On the one hand, I can understand why they went for the obvious gag here, but I can't help thinking that there were other options that could have actually revealed something new about the characters. Particularly since Marcel would probably assume that he is the head of the "team," given the name on the cards, and that could have led to some conflict with Wesley. And it'd be quite interesting to see who Gunn and Cordy would support in that situation. You can do wacky and still say serious things about the characters, is all I'm saying. Ah, well. Marcel continues the hug as Cordy calls, "Wesley, food's here!" Wesley squeaks out his acknowledgement, at which point Marcel pulls away in surprise. He confirms that the man he's talking to is Wesley, and asks where Fred is. The ever-confused Wesley guesses that she's up in her room. Marcel catches the pronoun and is rather pleased to learn that Fred's a girl. Then he asks, "Did somebody say something about food? I could eat a horse!" And then Wesley pulls out a stake and dusts Angel for acting weird. No, he doesn't. Man, if Angelus ever does reappear, these people are toast.
Marcel and Wesley head out to the lobby, where Gunn has arrived with coffee and breakfast burritos. Gack. Marcel pulls out some money and shoves it into Gunn's shirt pocket, telling him to keep the change. He also calls Gunn "Bro." So maybe this is meant to be how an old person trying to sound like a young person would talk? I'm not convinced. Angel sits down and chows down on the burrito, then looks up in surprise as Wesley starts asking Gunn about the case. Gunn says that he talked to the hotel staff, and that all of the dead guys ran up big bills and did a lot of partying. He somehow managed to finagle copies of their phone bills, which he pulls out. Through a mouthful of food, Marcel objects: "Isn't that illegal? I mean, don't these guys deserve a little privacy?" Everyone stares at him, and Cordelia asks, "Why are you eating?" Which Kelly had been complaining about ever since he bit into the burrito. I had to explain that the vampires can eat food, they just don't do it much. Kelly wasn't convinced. Marcel explains that he's hungry. I wait for someone to point out that he's eating their breakfast, because wouldn't you expect them just to get four? Or is Marcel eating Fred's? Or does she eat? Wesley notes that all of the victims called the same phone number, which Gunn says he traced to "First Class Escorts." Cordy helps the audience out by identifying these escorts as hookers. Then Gunn and Wesley play, "Oh no, let me" over who gets to talk to the hookers. Have they all been possessed by horny old men? If Gunn's been roaming the L.A. streets for years, you'd think he'd have an idea of exactly how exotic and glamorous prostitutes are. Wesley did know about the demon brothel, of course. Anyway, Cordy snatches the address from Gunn and says she'll talk to the hookers. Then she asks, "Are there any men who aren't just dogs?" Marcel oozes, "Not very many, I'm afraid." Then he tells Wesley and Gunn that "a woman is more than a piece a meat -- sorry, that's just how I feel." The MoG give that a big "Whatever," and Wesley's pager goes off. He says that it's his coroner pal, and that he can go see one of the victims' bodies. Cordy suggests that Gunn go along as well, and then Gunn says something stupid and leaves. Angel announces that he'll "hold the fort, keep an eye on the evidence," and stuffs the rest of the burrito into his mouth.