Hainsley is washing his hands when the double doors to the room are smashed in by Angel. Hee hee. Double doors probably piss Angel off even more than normal doors do. What did doors ever do to him, anyway? Hainsley chuckles and said he didn't know it was "the head cheese himself." The girl on the table sits up and says, "I can see you guys have a thing going on. Don't wanna get in your way. I'll let myself out." As she passes Angel on her way out, Angel grabs her arm. She snarls and her eyes glow red, and Angel punches her, knocking her out. So, why do demons want to possess human bodies? Do they still have demon powers in there? Angel promptly answers my question, sort of, by figuring that demons do it so they can "walk amongst the sheep." So they do keep demon powers, then? What happens to their old bodies? Can they go back into them later? None of it really matters, and it's probably for the best that they don't try to answer these questions, but hey, I'm just curious. Angel tells Hainsley that he's cutting off the supply of bodies. Hainsley gestures, and Angel...er, grimaces and starts pretending that he can't move. Hainsley gestures again, and Angel is drawn across the room. Hainsley explains, "I eat the dead for breakfast, son. And you're just another plate o' bacon and eggs." Metaphorically. Oh God, I hope he means that metaphorically. Spicule materializes in the doorway, and Hainsley is even more amused, asking, "You brought a ghost as your backup, vampire?" Spicule assures Hainsley that he's not backup: "I just haunt the bastard." Hainsley says that he could dust Angel with no problem, but then releases him instead. Angel gasps and moans as Hainsley explains, "That would be too big an insult for the senior partners to overlook. Seems that they've got plans for you." Oh, a clue! Ish. Angel says he has plans, too, and pulls out a phone. He says, "Gunn, do it." Angel explains that Gunn just froze Hainsley's assets and turned him in to the IRS. He adds, "Five minutes from now, you'll have nothing but this house. Ten minutes from now, that'll go into foreclosure." Hainsley starts complaining, and threatens to sue. Angel heads for the door, quipping, "Good luck. We're your lawyers." As he leaves, with Spicule trailing. Hainsley blusters, "This isn't over, vampire."
Episode Report CardStrega: C- | 914 USERS: C+
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