Cut to Lindsey's apartment. Darla and Lindsey are sitting as far apart as they can, given that they're sharing a couch. This shot made me laugh so very much. We can see some of Darla's clothes on hangers in the background. Lindsey gets up, tears off his jacket, and pauses to loom over Darla and give her the "It's like I don't even know you any more" look. It's taking all the strength he has just not to fall apart. How can he try and mend the pieces of his broken heart? He opens a closet and pushes the camisoles and pink sweaters out of the way, and is that Darla's pink sweater? She doesn't seem like someone who'd wear pink. Anyway, Lindsey starts pulling his tie off, and for the first time I wonder how he manages tying a tie when he's got a plastic hand. Maybe that's why he wasn't wearing one in ""Blood Money" Now that doesn't bother me so much. Wow, I feel so much better. But still the dreams come. Right, so Lindsey bends down and looks into the back of the closet, finally pulling out a pair of cowboy boots. Maybe he's hoping the heels will make him look taller.
Quick blipvert of Angel and Wesley giggling in the Angelmobile. Then they're very serious. Then Darla is contemplative. Then real time resumes, and Angel and Wesley are neither giggling nor overly serious. But they are in the Angelmobile. Wesley's on his cell phone, listening to it ring as he tells Angel, "She's not picking up." Wesley puts the phone away, and Angel says Cordy wasn't home when he stopped by on his way to Wesley's. Angel awkwardly says, "So, I, uh, guess you're probably wondering why I'm, you know, back." Wesley says it hadn't occurred to him, even though earlier he asked what Angel was doing at his home. Wesley adds, "You're going to want to take a right turn shortly." Angel says that he knows where the MoG's office is. Wesley bitterly replies, "Oh, yes, of course, you did pop by. Stole a book."