A random guy sits watching television in his apartment. We'll call him Ralph. Lindsey knocks on the door, and there's some back and forth of an uninteresting variety before the guy finally lets Lindsey inside. Apparently Ralph is a parole officer, and has done some work for Wolfram & Hart. Lindsey explains that he works for the same people, and that he wants to know where the clinic gets its body parts. Ralph insists that if Lindsey works for Wolfram & Hart, then he'll know the code. Unfortunately, Lindsey doesn't know the secret word that will enable him to win $100. Unhappy about that, Ralph wallops Lindsey.
After the ads, Ralph has pulled out a gun and is getting ready to shoot Lindsey when a trash can flies through the window. Ralph turns and fires at Angel, who ducks out of the way because bullets have no effect on him. Or something like that. Ralph drags Lindsey over to the window, pressing the gun to his head, and shouts, "I'm about to put a bullet in your buddy's brain, here!" Angel slips a rope around Ralph's neck, choking him as Lindsey grabs the gun away. I'm very surprised that Angel didn't snarl, "He's not my buddy!" while strangling Ralph. Maybe that was cut for time. While Angel holds Ralph, Lindsey turns and shouts, "What are you doing here?" He waves the gun around and insists, "I don't need you to save my life!" Angel encourages Lindsey to show some gratitude, but Lindsey goes on gesticulating with the gun as he demands, "Why aren't you trying to kill me?" Angel says, "I'm on a case here, Lindsey. Does everything always have to be about killing you all the time?" Heh. Ralph tries to squirm out of the line of fire, and when Angel pulls him back, Lindsey whines, "That's my lead! You're choking my lead!" Angel says, "If you want to get to the bottom of this, you've gotta learn how to play with others." The bickering continues as Angel asks Ralph for information about Bradley Scott. Ralph refuses, saying, "You can kill me, but Wolfram & Hart'll do a lot worse." There's a particularly jarring close-up of Angel as he gets his game face on, and then he makes an especially stupid "joke" about drinking Ralph's blood; the point is that Ralph agrees to talk. I thought we'd all come to an agreement about Angel's skill with quips. Specifically, about his lack thereof. Although there does seem to be an ongoing theme here about Angel's lousy sense of humor. Still. Ralph explains that he doesn't know much, but that Wolfram & Hart asked him to take Bradley to a particular address.
Cordy's curled up at a desk, crying softly, while Gunn and Wesley peek in at her like yahoos. They move away and talk about the visions and how Cordy is suffering and how she went nuts last year, and yeah, okay, we get it. They overhear Cordy saying, "Angel? Where are you?" and gee, maybe Cordy is going bonkers. Ya think? Gunn and Wesley burst through the doors and discover that Cordelia's talking to Angel on the phone. Wesley, must you suck Gunn into your black hole of non-comedy non-stylings? I'm sure this scene is setting up further Cordy-angst, but I'm sure of that because there's no other reason for this scene to exist.