Some time later, Connor is munching Oreos at the motel when Holtz returns. Connor looks guilty, and nervously says, "He was everything that you said. He tried to trick me. Thought he could deceive me by saving people. But it didn't work -- I've seen his true face." Holtz replies, "And I've seen yours." Uh oh.
Up in his room, Angel is telling Cordelia all about Connor's fighting prowess. See, here I like them together again. Because they're about four feet apart at all times. Angel concludes, "You should have seen us together," and Cordy replies, "I did." She explains that she went back into her vision and watched the whole fight. Angel is confused about that, as is Cordy, and as was I until just now, when I thought that maybe the vision continued because she was supposed to spot Wesley talking to Lilah. And was too distracted by the fisticuffs to notice him. I really, really hope that's what was going on, because that would be neat. Cordelia grins, "I saw the whole thing -- you and your son together. It was beautiful." With the slaughter and all. Angel looks happily bewildered, although I wonder if later he'll feel kind of creeped out at the idea that Cordy might be watching him at any time. I sure would.
Back at the motel, Holtz and Connor are arguing. Holtz says, "Anyone who saw you together would realize that's where you're meant to be. At his side." Connor angrily insists, "I don't need him!" Holtz tells Connor to return to Angel, and Connor's eyes get teary as he asks, "Why are you doing this?" Connor repeats that God gave him to Holtz, and Holtz says, "Now it's time for me to give you back." Connor says that Angel is a demon, and Holtz calmly replies, "And you're the bastard son of two demons." Johanna and I giggle. I mean, he is, but yikes. Connor wonders if he's a demon, but Holtz says he isn't, although he doesn't know what Connor is. He adds that, to find answers, Connor must return to Angel.