Fred waves her props around some more and then asks what Spicule meant about saving the world. Angel looks embarrassed and insists that Buffy did most of the work. Spicule materializes in a different part of the room saying, "What? What?" He doesn't remember where he went, but he's sure that this is all Angel's fault. No, no, it's Whedon's fault. Or maybe The WB's fault, for not trying the Angel/Smallville combo sooner. Spicule complains that this wouldn't have happened to him if Angel had worn the Amulet of Assitude. It also wouldn't have happened if you hadn't volunteered, genius. He says that Angel chickened out and "abandoned the woman [he] claim[s] to love." Spicule, you wanted the past tense there. Angel gets irate at being called a chicken, or else Boreanaz is freaked out by someone even mentioning birds. Angel says it was Buffy's choice, and Spicule goes on babbling: "I don't give a piss about atonement or destiny. Just because I got me a soul doesn't mean I'm going to let myself be led around by --" The MoG interrupt to ask Angel if Spicule has a soul. Angel claims that it didn't seem important. Oh come on, Angel, everyone loves a joke. Spicule finally stops hugging himself as he taunts Angel about not being so special anymore, and Angel stomps out.
While walking down a hallway, Angel does a double-take when he sees a man wearing a wrestling mask pushing a mailcart. Spicule steps through the wall and follows Angel, asking if he's running away. Angel passes Harmony's desk, and she interrupts to mention that he has a meeting at 3 PM. Angel isn't in the mood, and Spicule goes on talking and talking about how Angel has all these perks, and for some reason all of his lines were looped, and it's extremely noticeable and extremely distracting. Oh, I get it: this is what Wesley meant about Spicule being "one of the worst recorded." Spicule is still talking about how Angel sold out and made a deal with the devil and oh, my lord. Why couldn't he be corporeal and mute? He finally interrupts himself to say, "Grox'lar beast," and Angel turns to see a demonic Minotaur step off the elevator. Angel steps forward and punches it a few times, and then he gets thrown into a wall. Aw, it's Satan's little brother! Spicule tries to punch the Grox'lar and, of course, just pushes his fist through the Grox'lar's neck. Angel gets back up, and after a few more punches, he does a nice move where he wraps his arm around the Grox'lar's neck and then runs up the wall and jumps off so that he ends up standing behind the Grox'lar, pulling its head back. And then he snaps its neck. Neat. And I think Boreanaz was doing at least part of that stunt. It's really hard to tell, but there's no part where it definitely isn't him, if you see what I mean. Oh, and then Angel kicks the dead demon into a wall, which seems a bit excessive.