Marcel finishes shredding the papers about his victims and relaxes with a martini. There are martini fixings in the hotel? Fred suddenly asks, "Whatcha doing?" Marcel grins at the sight of her and says, "Hey, sweetheart! Where have you been hiding?" Fred giggles that she was up in her room but everyone keeps telling her to get out more, so here she is. Incidentally, "Fred giggles" is rapidly closing in on "Darla simpers" in my list of most-used-phases. Marcel gulps his martini and asks, "Have I ever told you [that] you're a very bee-yootiful woman?" Fred grins and admits that he hasn't. He asks if she likes olives, and offers her the one from his drink. Fred snaps it up. Marcel tells her that he needs to finish something, but she should "go on upstairs, put on something pretty," and he'll take her out. Fred gasps, goggles, giggles, and gibbers. And then runs off to change clothes. I hope she remembers to wear something fire-retardant, in case she's standing close to Marcel when he walks outside with her. He returns to his shredding, but then looks up to see Lilah walk into the room. In a total lounge-lizard tone, he asks, "What can I dooo for youuuuuu?" Lilah tells him not to go "night-stalker" on her. Heh. She says she wants to do him a favor, and confirms that there aren't any hard feelings about that business with Cordelia. When Marcel goes along with that, she deposits a big stack of paper on the desk. She explains, "It's all in there: earthquake-safe certification, statement of asbestos level compliance, all of it." Marcel stands up, and she hurriedly explains, "It's not about you, it's about Gavin. He thinks he's so smart." Then she realizes that Marcel is just pouring a martini, and finishes, "You're welcome." Marcel says, "That's a really thoughtful favor," and offers her a drink. She takes it as he tries his "you're a very bee-youtiful woman" line again. He needs some new material.
Angus sneaks about the retirement home of the damned, dodging bear traps and slipping past the razor wire. He sees a guard on duty in a watchtower, and ducks out of sight. Then he gets an idea, and tosses Peter Graves into the center of the compound. While the guards rush out to see who's violating curfew, Angus escapes with the rescued fighter pilot. Hold on. I got a little confused in there. Angus sets off a fire alarm. Yes. That's what happens. Honest. And then he hurries toward the door, but is unexpectedly sidetracked by a heart attack. He falls down. Whoops.