Angel and Groo enter a big room full of pipes and stuff. They pass by, and we see the Senih'd climbing on the pipes above them. I did like the direction in this episode, incidentally. It's pretty, at least. The Senih'd drops to the ground behind Angel and Groo and quickly knocks their weapons out of their hands, and then there's punching and kicking. The Senih'd leaps toward Groo, who dodges. The Senih'd crashes through a wooden wall and drops out into the park. So they're already at the water treatment plant, then. What happened to the MoG? Light streams in from the hole the Senih'd made in the wall, so Angel scurries back. Groo, however, picks up his broadsword and prepares to give chase.
We see a woman running away from the Senih'd, screaming. And there's quite a few other people at the park, who stop and watch as Groo races up. Then we get that jumpy-style of fight sequence direction that I keep complaining about. At the beginning of the season, I was so happy that the battle scenes were actually lit and we could see what was going on. And now they're lit, but they're about as easy to comprehend as the blipverts are. Of course, I was happy about a lot of things at the start of this season. It was a simple time. Angel watches from the plant as the MoG come dashing over a hill toward Groo. Groo manages to pull the girl away from the Senih'd, and then conks it a few times before dealing it a killing blow. The demon dwindles away into nothing, and the MoG and other bystanders hurry over. People break into applause for Groo. I take it we've completely given up on the idea that there is anyone in the entire world who doesn't know that demons exist. Wesley turns and looks over, spotting Angel, who's standing in the plant looking out at them. Let me be more specific: he's standing directly behind the hole in the wall, which he dodged away from a minute ago because of all the sunlight coming through it. Maybe a cloud passed by. Clearly, nobody on the show cares, so I don't see why I should.
When we return, everyone's back at the Hyperion. Angel's in the office with an actual live human client, Ms. Frakes. The MoG are goofing around out in the lobby. Shouldn't they be in there getting information about the new case? Angel watches Groo and Cordy cuddle while the woman talking to him talks about how "you think your place is secure" and then some interloper "takes your place," and I think we're all clear on Angel feeling threatened, so enough. It turns out that Ms. Frakes believes that Jerry, her fiancé, is having an affair. She figures it has to be the result of witchcraft, saying, "We've been engaged for eight years! She had to have put some kind of a spell on him." Eight years? Yipes.