Lilah looks up as Gunn rushes down the stairs. As she turns, Angelus quickly reaches out to grab the crowbar, but it's just out of reach. He takes a tranq to the arm. Lilah drops the crowbar and dashes back to the sewers as Angelus collapses. As Wesley and Connor enter, Gunn tells them that Angelus's visitor was Lilah. Wesley looks startled, then gives chase. Connor starts to follow, but Gunn calls him back, pointing out, "You should stay here; make sure it isn't a set-up." Good thinking! He dumped Fred five minutes ago and already his brain is growing back.
Dramatic music plays as Lilah runs through the sewer tunnels, clutching her side. The music might be overdoing it a little, because she's not running that fast. It's more like a slow jog. Perhaps she should have worn her sensible shoes for this expedition. She runs past the camera, and then Wesley appears. He's not really racing as fast as possible, either. Is he wearing high heels, too?
Gunn keeps the gun aimed at Angelus while Connor checks the locks on the cage and kicks the crowbar out of reach. Gunn wonders what Lilah was doing, Cordy wonders how Lilah knew about Angelus, Connor wonders if Lilah stole the soul, and Fred wonders how Lilah survived Satan's attack on Wolfram & Hart. They're just chock full o' questions!
Back to the overly dramatic jogging music. Wesley breaks in one of those doors you often find in sewers on this show. He enters the room, and Lilah attacks him with a pipe, but he grabs her arm and takes it away. She greets him by observing, "You're a son of a bitch." She crosses the room and sits down on a stool by some piles of clothes. Wesley looks around and chides her, "When I said, 'go underground,' I didn't think you'd --" Lilah is checking her side, because it seems that the puncture she got from Satan is still bleeding. Wesley offers to check the wound, but Lilah quickly pulls her sweater over her bloody shirt and insists that she's fine. She explains that she heard about Angel's desouling through the magical grapevine, and then guesses that it was Wesley's idea, because who else would come up with something that dumb? (She doesn't say that last part.) Lilah goes on to claim that she wouldn't have let Angelus out of the cage. Wesley is dubious, noting, "You always wanted Angelus." Well, there was that time on the desk, but this is no time to be...oh. He means Wolfram & Hart. But he's still wrong; the point of Season Two was that they wanted a souled Angel to choose naughtiness. Lilah tells Wesley that she wants her life back: "I'm selfish that way. That's why we wouldn't have worked out." She's wearing a shirt that exactly matches her skin tone in this lighting, which means it looks like the cardigan is all she's got on. Yow. Wesley says that her selfishness wasn't their only problem. Like, there's also his self-righteousness. During the ensuing awkward moment, Wesley notices a book and picks it up. Lilah says she was looking for a way to stop Satan. Wesley says that he looked through his own copy and there's nothing about Satan in it. He's startled as he finds a page with a nice clear drawing of Satan. Then, hilariously, he flips through a few pages, looks at the binding, and declares that his copy of the book is "identical" except for the part about Satan. Maybe a more thorough comparison is in order. Lilah says she picked the book up on the "pan-dimensional black market." Black market? Is there a legal pan-dimensional store? Wesley figures that all references to Satan were removed from this dimension, then wonders, "What would something that powerful need to hide?" It might not be hiding anything. Maybe it's just modest.