Fred and Gunn are sharing a moment upstairs -- an uncomfortable moment. Gunn explains that he didn't mean to hurt her, and I get distracted by the fact it took three people to write this episode. Fred tells Gunn, "I just can't help but [sic] think if you didn't attack --" "'Attack'? That's how you see it?" Gunn interrupts, kind of proving her point. He continues, "What do you call what [Wesley] was doing in the office before I walked in?" Fred stammers, and Gunn shouts, "He was kissing you!" And that's an attack on Gunn? Wow, they all need so much therapy. Gunn tells Fred not to lie to him, adding, "It's the one thing you're not good at." Besides shutting up. Fred disregards Newtonian physics and tries the old "It just happened," but Gunn plays the "you let it" card, and it's basically a tie until Gunn plays a trump card: guilt. He says, "I can't do this anymore, Fred. I'm tired of you looking everywhere but at me." Awwww. Then Wesley walks in, followed by Connor and Cordelia. Fred looks up, the way you do when someone enters a room you're in, and Gunn sighs, "Like that." That's not quite fair, because what if Cordy had been the first one through the door? Although I kind of like the way they had me ping-ponging back and forth about whom I agreed with. It's more interesting than just thinking either character is a total jerk in every way.
Speaking of which...shut up, Wesley. As Gunn stomps off, Wesley asks Fred if she's okay, but she claims she's just frustrated because she can't translate the Svear's spell. Connor sums up their unprofitable expedition to Wo Pang's, and Fred reports that Cary hasn't turned up any leads. Gunn suddenly curses and grabs the tranq-gun as he runs for the basement. Wesley turns to look at the monitor, where Lilah is visible talking to Angelus. Her back is to the camera, so I don't think anyone recognizes her.