Some time later, Gunn enters Angel's office (desk over to the right, y'see) and asks Wesley why Spicule would have killed the psychic. Wesley says he wouldn't have: "No advantage in it to kill someone trying to help him." He suspects that the "dark soul" wasn't Spicule at all. He rasps, "There's something else here at Wolfram & Hart. Something else a hell of a lot worse." Are they ever going to wonder why all of the lights in the building are at 20\%? Johanna says, "I want someone to have a conversation with Wesley and suddenly interrupt to ask, 'Why are you whispering?'"
We pan through the lab. And over to the glass-enclosed safety showers. And I can still win R.E.M. tickets! Fred is in the shower. Because she got blood on her face. And instead of wiping it off with some paper towels in the bathroom, she'd rather go to a different part of the building alone. Fine. She turns around suddenly, and of course nobody's there. Except, equally of course, Spicule is there, but she can't see him. Spicule has apparently decided just to follow Fred around and gaze upon her naughtiness while talking to himself. He wonders why the mysterious Reaper killed the psychic, and says, "If it's come for me...couldn't have been worried she was gonna help. She didn't even know I was there. Unless it wasn't about me." Not about you? Well, that's just crazy talk! Still terribly slow on the uptake, Spicule tells Fred that the Reaper was trying to hide something. He reaches out toward the glass and is startled when he touches it instead of passing through. He reaches out again, and this time his hand goes through. He concentrates, and is able to write something on the condensation covering the window. That's one hot shower if the condensation is on the outside.