Billy stands on the runway as a plane taxis up toward him. Cordelia pops out from behind a plane and calls to him. I guess she's paid a fortune in cab fares tonight. Billy turns around and asks who she is. She explains, "I'm the woman Wolfram & Hart tortured to get you out of your fire cell." Is she hoping this will make Billy feel bad? I'm thinking he's probably beyond guilting. Billy smirks and asks whether she's there to whine about the injustice of it all. Cordy says, "No, asswipe." She quickly zaps him with the taser and pulls out a crossbow as she says, "I'm here to send you back."
Oh dear. Sorry, I seem to have lied about that last scene we didn't see. It turns out that Fred thought the best plan was to hide in a different room. And not even to close the door this time. Wesley appears in the doorway and announces, "I don't run away like a girl. I see things through." Fred pops out the other door and...Hang on. The other door? I rewind the tape. Okay, maybe it's a suite or something. With multiple exits. Hm. Fred runs back into the hallway, and Wesley appears some distance down the hall. Like, two doors down. Yeah, I'm being petty. But seriously, these hotel rooms make no sense. Fred dashes away and goes up the stairs. I said "up." I'm starting to think she deserves to get killed. Fred runs down another hallway, trips, crabwalks backwards, jumps up, and for a triumphant conclusion to her record-breaking "woman being chased clichés" series, turns around and runs smack into Gunn. How'd he get in front of her if she was running up the stairs a second ago? Did he come into the hotel and think, "Maybe I'll just hang out on the sixth floor for a while, see if anyone wanders by?" Whatever. He claps a hand over her mouth before she can scream, shushes her, and pulls her down the hall.