Tasers affect vampires out now? As do tranquilizers, and happy pills? It makes you wonder if we really need a Slayer these days. Cordy and Wesley hurry over to Angus and ask if he's okay. Angus says, "I gotta pee." I've got no response to that, and neither do they. Wesley asks if Angus has noticed a "small Algurian conjuring orb, could have been glowing?" Angus did, in fact, spot just such an item in his room. Always with the orbs. They ought to ban those darn things; they're nothing but trouble. I wonder if Darla's going to give birth to a bouncing baby orb. Wesley identifies the body-switching spell, and tells the others to keep an eye on Marcel. Fred helpfully clubs Marcel with the bat once more. Angus whines, "Fred! He's out!" Fred smiles.
I miss the real blipverts. These are just shoddy imitations without freeze-frame fun. Marcel, still unconscious, is sitting in a chair with his hands tied with, like, a shoelace. Yeah, that'll hold him. Wesley hands some paper to Angus and tells him to read the incantation. Angus makes with the spell, and the pretty lights go zipping back to their correct bodies. Angel blearily looks around and says, "It's cool, Gunn, it's me." Presumably they saw the pretty colored lights and don't need his confirmation, because that "it's me," by itself wouldn't convince me. Gunn unties Angel as Cordy enters and hands over the orb. Marcus starts yelling that they can't take his orb, but Angel takes it in his hand and crushes it to dust. Marcus says that Angel doesn't deserve his body. Angel replies, "I was going to say the same thing to you. And I'll tell you why you have a weak heart, Marcus. You never use it." What hackneyed dialogue this episode has. Marcus continues ranting that they're all pathetic, but then gasps as his heart starts stuttering again. He moans in his chair as Angel and the MoG stride down the hall. Ryan and another orderly hurry down the hall as Angel explains, "Dad's having a bad night." It's funny when old people die! I mean, yeah, he was kinda evil and all, but still.