Cut to a slightly bloodied Wesley ordering his troops around in a battle against a big demon. His troops? I don't know. Stupid Wesley. Two of the men get clobbered, and an axe skids across the floor until its stopped by Angel's shoe. "Need help?" Angel asks. Wesley responds by slicing the demon into chunks. That was pretty cool. Although I wish the demon had been the one doing the slicing. "No. Thanks," Wesley says. He picks what I think is a key up off the floor and tells his minions that "Mr. O'Leary's being kept in a motel." He tosses the key to a minion and orders, "Report to base, have Diana close out the file." Oh, whatever. The sidekicks exit, and how sad do you have to be to be a sidekick's sidekick? Angel thanks Wesley for finding him. Wesley glares and packs up his weapons. Angel jabbers on, "What went down between us -- I had a lot of time down there..." What "went down"? You mean the thing where Wesley kept secrets from you and endangered his friends' lives? Oh, Angel, don't do this.
Angel and Wesley move across the random basement-ish space they're in, stopping up near a very noisy piece of equipment so that they have to half-shout their lines. Strange blocking decision there. Angel says, "As far as I'm concerned, we're okay again." No you're not! He's an ass! Unless he means that getting a chance to smother Wesley makes up for it. I guess I'd be friends with Wesley if I could smother him occasionally. Wesley turns and stares at Angel like a robot. A stupid, back-stabbing robot. Then he opens the obligatory shiny silver suitcase of secrets, pulls out a folder, and hands it to Angel. He explains, "That's everything I have on Cordelia's disappearance." Okay, does this mean that Angel was just pretending to forgive Wesley so he could get information? I can accept that. It's pragmatic. As long as he doesn't really forgive Wesley. Wesley suspects that Cordelia is in another dimension, adding that the best source for information is a demon named Dinza, "one of the Eleusian Mysteries -- a dark demi-goddess of the lost." He says, "Only the dead can enter her presence, and those that do, she often traps." Angel asks if Dinza will tell him where Cordelia is, and Wesley sniffs, "No, the most she'll tell you is where to look." Isn't telling you where to look for something is a lot like telling you where it is? Stupid Wesley. Angel asks if he should offer Dinza a gift of some kind, but stupid Wesley has already left in search of something stupid to do.