Everyone gathers around the stupid front desk as Cordy pulls out a printout of a news story about another mysterious death. Wesley sums up the situation: "They were all young healthy males, and they all died in expensive hotel suites." Wesley asks Gunn to interview staff at the hotels while Wesley meets with one of his contacts from the coroner's office. One of his what? Fine, whatever. Wesley spent the summer networking. It'd have to be coroners, too; it couldn't be, say, funeral directors. Would a Six Feet Under crossover be so wrong? Angel could stake Brenda, and everybody wins. Cordy announces that all of the victims went to the same health club, which I guess she learned through of one of her contacts on the writing staff. Angel and Cordy agree to check out the gym. Everyone heads out, except Fred. She twitches by herself for a moment and announces, "I'll just stay here." I really wish she'd stop giving me flashbacks to high school.
At the gym, Cordy keeps nagging Angel about talking to Fred. She's distracted by the hunky men, though, and goes off to hit on...I mean, "interview" them. Angel approaches a dopey guy working there, who immediately tries to sell Angel a trial membership. Angel explains that he's investigating the deaths, and says, "So I need to ask you, Phil, does the club condone steroid use?" Phil appears to be wearing a name tag, in case you were wondering how Angel knew his name. I certainly was. Angel says, "We should probably keep this to ourselves, don't you think? I'll just look at their records and get out of your hair." Phil is agreeable.
Cordy asks several guys, "Did you ever see anyone come in who looked suspicious? Or really pale? Or maybe green and scaly?" The guys turn and look at each other meaningfully. A blipvert attacks before we can see them kiss.
Phil informs Angel that all three victims attended the same evening Pilates class. Angel asks whether Pilates is anything like Tae-Bo. Phil chuckles, "Yeah, if you're living in 1999." I think that was supposed to be funny. I'm just trying to figure out how Angel heard about Tae-Bo. I mean, the "oh that wacky out-of-touch Angel" gags have him making more and more contemporary references. It's confusing.