Angel walks out to Harmony's desk and asks for a list of Novac's contacts and relations. Wow, Harmony has to work late. Gunn walks out and says, "Got word you wanted the file on Magnus Hainsley." He got word? Do the MoG not talk to each other directly anymore? Also, here's something I've been wondering: did they mean to call him "Magus Hainsley" and got confused? Or is it like a pun, because he's a big guy? Gunn hands Angel the file, and summarizes it by saying that Hainsley is powerful and has connections and so on. While pedeconferencing, Angel spots something in the file and grumbles, "And he's a necromancer." Wesley pops up in time to translate: "Power over the dead," and says that explains why Hainsley wants a steady supply of bodies.
Gunn, Angel, and Wesley return to Angel's office and find Spicule sitting behind the desk. "Out of my chair!" Angel snaps. "Make me," Spicule replies. Gunn wants to know what's in the buckets. Angel says it's a message from Hainsley, and that he's going to reply personally. He heads over to the private elevator while Wesley complains that this is a bad idea. Angel doesn't want anyone else getting hurt. Wesley protests again. Angel is adamant that he's the only one who gets to kill Wolfram & Hart's employees. He's also having a hell of a time figuring out how to call the elevator, which is amusing. There don't seem to be any buttons. The elevator doors open, and as Angel steps inside, Wesley continues to protest that Angel shouldn't be after "an eye for an eye." Angel sniffs, "I'm not going for his eyes, Wes," and hits a button in the elevator. Gunn quietly says, "I know what you should go for." Angel quickly puts his arm out to stop the elevator doors from closing. Gunn adds, "It'll hurt him. Bad [sic]." Angel looks intrigued. I found that hilarious. Obviously, I'm okay with the idea that Angel might not care too much about Wesley's advice at this point, but the idea that suddenly he's eager to hear anything Gunn says? Very odd. You know what else I liked about that scene? Spicule only had one line.
Angel enters the garage, and again with all the damn cars. He gets ready to enter one, and discovers Spicule inside waiting for him. Spicule says, "Knew you'd pick the Viper. So bloody predictable." Spicule has decided to make the most of his situation, so his new hobby will be driving Angel crazy: "I could drive you completely starkers." He's going to annoy Angel into taking his clothes off? Angel slams the door, walks to the next car, and gets inside. In a development that no one could have predicted, when Angel gets inside, Spicule is right there waiting for him. See, I don't think Spicule even tried to leave Los Angeles. I think he just found an empty room and practiced teleporting and stuff. Anyway, Spicule says he'd like to go on a road trip, and asks where they're going. Angel quips, "To see the wizard." Well, yeah, that makes sense: this show could do with a brain, a heart, and some nerve.