Gunn breaks off a chair leg, scaring Fred, and then hands it to her. He tells her to knock him unconscious with it. Fred doesn't want to, of course, until Gunn says, "Then give it back to me so I can smash your stupid head with it!" I don't know if that was the effects of Billy's blood, or just understandable frustration at dealing with Fred for thirty seconds. Fred finally wallops Gunn, and he grunts, "You're gonna pay for that." She clobbers him again, and he falls to the floor, unconscious. And that's when Wesley starts breaking through the door. Ever have one of those days?
Angel pounds Billy about some more, then throws him a dozen feet away. Which is impressive, but seems like a poor strategy. "I will pound your face in! And then throw you far away! Now come back here so I can pound you some more!" Plus, it's not even inflicting much damage. Billy rolls to a stop and then crouches on all fours. He slams his hands down, and waves of glowy light move along the ground away from his hands, then pack. Pulsing light moves up his arms, and his eyes glow. What was that all about? Is he trying to make the tarmac give in to its misogynistic impulses? That would make as much sense as anything else on this show. Oh, wait -- apparently that was Billy drawing on the power of the tarmac, because he starts punching Angel. At this point, I'm starting to wonder about the crew in the airplane again. Cordy picks up the crossbow and tries to aim, but wouldn't you know? Angel and Billy are spinning each other about so much that she can't get a clear shot. Pity she didn't go for the weapon a few seconds earlier, when Billy was making such a fine glowy target of himself. Angel flips Billy to the ground, and Billy looks up to see Cordy taking aim. Suddenly a shot rings out. A maid screams. The phones go dead. An owl hoots. Billy crumples to the ground. Cordy looks over and we see Lilah lower her pistol. Cordy and Angel stare at Lilah for a minute, and then Lilah turns and walks away. For just a second there, Lilah reminded me of Mona Demarkov, and I may like her for weeks as a result. Even longer if she'll continue the imitation by killing Juliette Lewis.
Wesley finally shoves the door open, and finds an unconscious Gunn, but no Fred. Wesley asks whether Fred would like to hear his theory about how stupid she is. You don't need to tell me, Wesley; I'm already convinced. He says, "I believe that after five years of living in a cave, you'll instinctively retreat to small, dark places, rather than run outside where you'll be safe." He walks over to a wardrobe and swings it open dramatically. Fred isn't inside, but she is visible reflected in a mirror on the door. Fred admits that he's right about her habit of hiding in dark places. Wesley raises the axe and advances. Fred adds, "But you forgot [that] I also like to build things." She pulls a rope; a fire extinguisher swings down, conks Wesley on the head, and knocks him into the hole in the floorboards. Wesley fell down de hole!