Cut to a sarcophagus being wheeled into the lab. I hope it contains a fresh batch of ironic juxtapositions, because we're going to need them. Knox tells the delivery guy that "Ancient Relics" is two floors down. The stern delivery guy says it's supposed to go to Winifred Burkle, and leaves. Close-up of the traditional mystic markings and magical rocks on the top of the sarcophagus.
Credits. I call Johanna and say, "Fred and Wesley are gross." She replies, "But Angel and Spicule are cute!" I wonder whether anyone was confused by the bizarre little flashback at the top of the show, and what the hell the point of it was, really. Later, I learn that my mother, at least, was confused, because she assumed she was watching the last few minutes of Smallville until she recognized Amy Acker.
Gunn's singing "Three Little Maids from School Are We" while picking up a fax in his office. As he bops around his office, he notices Wesley wandering over, and abruptly starts rapping: "All the ladies in the...gangsta butt...go...." Hee. He gives up and asks what Wesley wants. Wesley asks why Gunn is "unutterably cheery." Take note: Gunn is so cheery it can't even be uttered. Gunn tells Wesley that he's gotta be honest, and grins, "Fred and I are getting back together!" Wesley stares blankly while Gunn explains that Fred called him after the fight last night, and he went to her place and they talked all night. He winds up by saying, "All of a sudd-- I can't even keep this up because your face is gonna make me weep. Wes, I am so messin' with you." Wesley's body sags with relief as he tries to chuckle, and then asks if Gunn knows about his relationship with Fred. Gunn says, "It's on every Blackberry in the building." You know why the entire staff of Wolfram & Hart cares? Because that's how fucking lovable and interesting Fred is. Wesley asks if Gunn's okay with it, and Gunn says, "Last year you wouldn't have asked me that question. The man becomes civilized!" Er, okay. Gunn adds that it's fine with him, adding, "Our thing's long done, and I know how you feel about her." Wesley thanks him, and Gunn adds, "You ever hurt her, and I'm gonna kill you like a chicken." Moving on, finally, Wesley asks what Gunn was working on before he made "that tasteless and horrible joke at [Wesley's] expense." Gunn announces that he's got information on Lindsey. Gunn says, "He can hide from the Senior Partners, but not from the DWP." He hands over a lease for the place where Lindsey was living, "under the name Doyle." And then we see a shot of the lease, which clearly says "Lindsey McDonald" at the top. Okay, maybe the props department messed up, fine, but if that happens, maybe you shouldn't show the prop in a close-up. Gunn says they might find out more about Lindsey's schemes by checking the apartment, or something. Wesley suggests that Angel should know about this, and Gunn encourages Wesley to tell him.