Cut to Spicule in the lobby, trying to explain what he's seeing to Angel and the MoG. And Eve, sigh. Spicule gets all frantic and schizoid, and keeps interrupting himself to yell at the ghosts. Gunn says that, according to their security-mystics, Spicule is the only ghost in the building. The armless woman tells Spicule, "It's coming for you." Spicule tells the MoG to check again for ghosts. The un-hanged man says, "It's here." Spicule tells Fred that she has to help him, and then he fades away. Fred wonders where he went. Angel explains that he does this sometimes. Oh my lord, she knows that! And so do we! And if we didn't, you know what? It wouldn't matter! The fact that he sometimes vanishes is completely irrelevant in this episode! Argh! (Do you want to go back and change your vote on how long till I go crazy?) Then we see that Spicule is still standing right there, but clearly the MoG can't see him. He gets annoyed that they're all ignoring him, and then they leave to go looking for him. Spicule shouts, "I'm here, I'm still here! Fred!" A low voice says, "She can't help you now, William. No one can." And then there's the obligatory evil chortle.
Commercials. Johanna reports that she really didn't like the armless woman. Okay, so Johanna went to see The Blair Witch Project with a couple of friends in D.C. They parked on a side street near Rock Creek Park. After the movie, they had a mass panic attack because they had to go near woods to get to the car. And it was a two-door car, so Johanna stood on the sidewalk with her back to the park as one guy got into the back seat, and she later reported that she almost shoved him into the car because she was so frantic to get away from the woods. Then she got home, and nobody else was at the house, so she called me at around midnight and made me talk to her while she turned on every light in the house, checked all the locks, and then sat around waiting for someone else to get home for an hour or so. And for months afterward, I could freak her out by alluding to the movie while we were outside. Or by standing in a corner. Seriously, she's probably going to yell at me for writing the phrase "standing in a corner."