At the Wolfram & Hart building, Lindsey sneaks into Number Two's office and boots up the computer. Guess what kind it is? And how does Lindsey have Number Two's password? And is their security actually getting worse as they go along? Anyway, Lindsey works his way through the OS, which contains lots of giant, helpful graphics and appears to have been designed for toddlers. He finally finds the files on the Special Projects division. First he pulls up Lilah's file, which seems to consist mostly of a big picture of her. What is the point of files that don't actually contain information? Next, he finds the file on the Fairfield Clinic.
Angel returns to the Hyperion, announcing, "The hand belongs to a thirty-year-old white male named Bradley Scott, served two and a half years at Soledad for embezzlement, paroled last month." Gunn asks how Angel got the information, and Angel says, "I'm a detective." Er, right. Cordy starts looking online for information about Scott, although I'm not sure why. Wesley presses Angel for more information on his research skills, and Angel finally says, "You know, when I was in charge here, nobody questioned my methods, or my singing." Cordy sniffs, "You're half right." Angel finally admits that he hired a detective to get the information. Oh, wacky. Cordy announces that Scott used to work for Wolfram & Hart. Angel adds that Scott saw his parole officer once after his release, and hasn't been seen since. Gunn summarizes the situation for no apparent reason except to earn some much needed screen time.
Lindsey sneaks out of Number Two's office and spies Lilah going through file cabinets. She pulls out a piece of paper and stuffs it into her bag, which also contains some pills and a revolver. Lindsey quietly backs away.