After the ads, Connor wakes up tied to a chair, with Gunn and Fred glaring at him. Connor looks honestly bewildered and sad here as Fred explains that they "got a call from an old friend tonight." Gunn says, "That's right, Sparky, Daddy's coming home. And I'm guessing there's gonna be a spanking." Gunn looks kind of satisfied by the latest revelation, but Fred's genuinely upset. I like Amy Acker, and I think she's talented. It's just Fred that sucks. So very much. Gunn asks if Connor stuffed Cordelia into a box as well. Fred, near tears, demands to know how Connor could do it, and tasers Connor again. Yow. That's a switch.
Wesley tucks Angel into his SUV, which I guess he reclaimed from Justine at some point. Justine watches from where she's chained to a bit of fencing. She shouts at Wesley, "Sooner or later, [Angel will] turn on you, and all your friends!" Wesley tosses a key down on the ground and says, "You can continue being a slave, Justine, or you can live your life. Your choice." I suspect that Justine would be happiest doing both. Wesley drives away.
Fred moans to Gunn, "I would have done anything for him. Now all I wanna do is hurt him." Boy, do I know how that is. From his chair, Connor sniffs, "Go ahead. Hurt me some more, Fred." Yikes. DeKnight, I like you and everything, but you're going to have to answer for a lot of unfortunate fanfic. Fred asks if Connor feels anything, and demands, "How could you do that to your father?" Connor says, "He got what he deserved." Fred asks when she and Gunn would deserve the same thing, and Connor is left quipless.
The door slams, and Gunn and Fred rush out to see Wesley dragging Angel inside. Angel's dumped onto the sofa as Gunn asks if he'll be okay. "In time, maybe," Wesley responds unhelpfully. Fred's shocked at Angel's appearance, and starts to ask Wesley for remorbidization tips when she realizes that he's already heading for the door. Wesley says, "I'm done here." Gunn asks why Wesley didn't warn them about Connor, and Wesley insists that Connor wouldn't hurt a human. How does he know that? I'm willing to believe it, but Wesley wasn't around for any of the evidence supporting that idea. He adds that the others were safer not knowing. Fred sniffs, "You really don't care anymore, do you?" Wesley glares in response, then starts to leave. He stops to mention that Angel will need more blood, adding, "I'm fresh out."