Fade to the White Room. Gunn calls "Hello" as annoying flash-cuts bring us closer in toward him. Gunn says, "I know there's someone in here, and it ain't just me." He's suddenly knocked down, and then looks up and gasps, "Whaddya know, it is just me." Or possibly, "it is Just Me," if you think Whedon's big on The Family Circus. Gunn looks up at his evil twin, who's wearing the same clothes and somehow looks even hotter than regular Gunn. Double your pleasure, double your Gunn. DoppelGunn says, "You don't wanna be here." Gunn asks what happened to the kitty, and DoppelGunn says that the conduit's form is "determined by the viewer." Then why was it a kitty before? Gunn stands up and asks if they're going to play a mirror game. DoppelGunn says, "You are failing." Gunn says he's not the issue, and DoppelGunn retorts, "I believe that you think that." Gunn says that they have to help Fred. DoppelGunn advances, saying, "This is the part where I need to be clear," and then shoves Gunn across the room. DoppelGunn advances again, saying, "I am not your friend. I am not your flunky. I am your conduit to the Senior Partners and they are tired of your insolence." He widens his eyes a little as he sarcastically adds, "Oh yeah -- they are not here for your convenience." I have no idea why I found him so hot right there, but I did. Maybe he has extra levels of charisma that he reserves for playing evil people. Gosh. It is neat, though: Richards is sort of wearing his face differently, and looks much more controlled as DoppelGunn, whereas Gunn is easy to read. Gunn clambers up from the floor as he insists that they can make a deal. DoppelGunn looks away and sniffs, "Deals are for the devil." Gunn offers a life for Fred's: "You can have mine." DoppelGunn chuckles and says, "I already do." Then he calmly punches Gunn a couple more times.
Lindsey's apartment. From inside the bedroom, we can hear Angel, Spicule, and Cary roaming through the place. Another item for the show bible: that thing about invitations. Remember? It'd be one thing if the apartment were abandoned, but as we're about to see, someone's still living here. That should be enough. Angel walks past the bedroom doors, then stops, turns, and opens them. Angel heavily says, "Well, I'll be damned all over again," as he and Spicule enter the room. Eve, wearing what I assume is one of Lindsey's shirts, crawls further back in the bed, gasping at them to keep away. Angel asks if she's hiding from the Senior Partners, and quips, "How many sick days do you get before they dock you?" He explains that Fred's dying, and asks if Eve knows anything about it. Spicule tries tilting his head to make Eve talk as Cary enters the room. She insists that she had nothing to do with it, and Spicule asks if Lindsey sent them the sarcophagus. Spicule goes for the head-tilt again, but she doesn't change her story, instead rather pathetically asking if anyone's heard from Lindsey since he got hoovered. Angel starts getting his threats on, and Eve stands up at the foot of the bed and desperately says, "Why would we do anything to Fred? Why would we even care about her?"