We come back from the commercials with Angel in the middle of another fight. "I can kill this thing, right?" he asks. The girl gives him the green light to kill it. He slams it with the door, knocking it out temporarily, and then grabs the girl and suggests that it's time to leave.
Cordy and Wuss are poring over some books when there's a knock at the door. Cordy asks who it is and hears "Gunn," in response. They assume they're being threatened. Gunn explains that it's his name, and says that Angel sent him. End wacky comedy moment. Cordy tells Wuss, "You've heard Angel talk about Gunn. He's a great guy with a really fly street tag!" And suddenly, I have a blinding headache. Maybe I shouldn't have slammed my skull into the wall quite so forcefully. Gunn humors the poor suburban white girl and says, "It's my name. Charles Gunn. Two 'N's." "Oh lord, will no one shut me up?" Cordy wonders. Well, that redeemed her a little bit. Wuss introduces himself and Cordy, and Gunn says that he's seen them before. "I saw you in bed," he tells Cordy. Wuss backs away, muttering, "I can see this is none of my business." "I saw you, too," Gunn adds. "Now just a moment!" Wuss says, all in a tizzy at this threat to his lack of manhood. Gunn finally explains that he watched over them in the hospital, adding, "I'm just playing with y'all." He hands the disk over to Wuss, and admires their whiteboard.
Angel leads the mother-to-be through the tunnels, up through a grate, and into an empty lobby with only a few bits of furniture covered with sheets. Angel stares around in wonder. At some point in here, the captioning identifies the girl as "Jo," so I'm going to call her that. Jo guesses that Angel's been there before, and notes that it "feels creepy." I wonder if we'll ever find out what this place is, and why it is significant to Angel. Like maybe next week, via an extended flashback. Call it a hunch. Angel decides this a good time to ask what the tribunal is. Jo explains that it's "some kind of otherworldly court. Supposedly, they can save me and my daughter. You go before 'em, you gotta have that charm." You've gotta have charm? Uh oh, Angel's gonna have trouble with that. Maybe he should send Gunn instead. Unless she meant the bronze thingy. She continues, "I don't know how it works. Kamal said he was gonna be my champion." After listening to herself explain the situation, Jo decides, "Screw this. I'm getting out of town." Angel insists that he'll take care of her. Then there's a pounding noise, and he tells her to go to the address on the card; he'll meet her there. More fighting. Blipverts, take me away.