Oh, right: cars. Angel doesn't care. Although now I'm starting to wonder if their abandoment of the Angelmobile was permanent. Bastards. Angel starts to head for the door, but Lilah says she forgot to show him the best part. She hits a remote, and the curtains roll open. Angel turns and gasps, covering his face with his hands as the sunlight hits him. Great survival skills, Angel. Shouldn't he have reacted by diving out of the room as quickly as possible? Well, he doesn't, but it's okay, because nothing happens. Lilah explains that the building is fitted with "necro-tempered" glass: "Helps keep those wholesome, uplifting rays from charbroilin' the boss. And thirty percent more energy efficient!" I wonder if that's a shout-out, for reasons way too complicated to go into. "Necro-tempered" is funny. If nonsensical. Angel soaks in the sunlight. Lilah says it would feel even better if he was naked, and hell must be really, really awful indeed if she prefers this. Angel tells her to close the curtains. She does so, and Angel goes back to heading for the door. Lilah calls after him, urging him to think about what he could do with Wolfram & Hart's resources. She lectures him about the wold being harsh and cruel, and can't they set a limit on repetitive phrases? If they want to use "harsh and cruel" all the time, they should have to drop "champion" or something. Anyway, Lilah lectures, "You live as if the world were as it should be. With all of this, you can make it that way. People don't need an unyielding champion. They need a man who knows the value of compromise, and how to beat the system from inside the belly of the beast." Angel snarks that getting into the belly of the beast requires being eaten. Lilah brushes that off and says that in the last ninety seconds, six innocent people died. She sniffs, "Don't worry. There's always six thousand more just around the corner. Or up the coast."
With that, Lilah tosses a folder to Angel. He glances at it and says, "Sunnydale," before looking inside and pulling out an Amulet of Assitude. Lilah says that the amulet is important for a "final battle" of some kind. Angel says, "Buffy can handle herself." Lilah replies, "But isn't it more fun when you handle her?" No, "fun" isn't the first word that comes to mind when I think of Buffy and Angel. Angel tosses the folder away, and Lilah asks if there's any information Angel would be interested in -- like missing persons. He glares at her, and Lilah says, "Knew there had to be a reason you took the tour. Dead, not stupid." She says she doesn't know where Cordy and Connor are, but that Angel could find out pretty easily. She hands him a gorgeous office phone, like the ultra-slim model she used to have. I covet that phone. Angel holds the phone for a second, then says, "I'm sorry [about] what happened to you, Lilah. I really am. Me [sic] and my friends will be leaving now." What? Why is he sorry? He threatened to kill her how many times? Whatever. Angel heads for the door, but stops when the phone rings. Lilah answers it, and tells Angel that the Senior Partners want Angel to see all of the amenities before he decides. With that, a panel in the wall is raised, revealing a television screen. A news anchor is saying something about a bomb scare. Angel stares at the TV and gasps, "Cool! Is that high-def?" Hee. The anchor mentions hostages, and the video cuts to security-camera footage of a store. Some shoppers run past the camera, followed by Connor. The shot freezes on him. Lilah says, "Really does have your eyes, doesn't he?"