Sharon and Kevin (remember them?) are in bed. There's a shadow falling over Sharon's face that makes her face look really strange. Sharon says she should leave. Kevin says he'd just like to hold her, although from the way he's holding her it looks like he actually wants to cop a feel.
Angel says, "I'm having a hard time believing that Doyle's vision meant that I was supposed to come here and break up a bar fight." Particularly when if they hadn't come, the fight wouldn't have happened. Blah, blah, blah. They leave the bar, and we get our first blipvert of the evening.
The next morning, Sharon finishes dressing as she sits on the bloodstained bed. Kevin looks a little bit, well, dead.
That night, the gang searches through newspapers for "any mention of events in and around that bar." We learn that the name of the bar is D'Oblique (no comment), as Cordy tries to do a search of newsgroups. We also learn that Cordy can't type. The search turns up two articles. One describes a missing girl. The other is about the discovery of the "eviscerated" body of a young man. In both cases, they were last seen at D'Oblique. Angel asks Doyle and Cordy to go downstairs and use "the library." Where'd he get a library? Did he take some of Giles's books? Anyway, he says they should make a list of any eviscerating demons that prey on young singles. How many of those can there be? Meanwhile, Angel heads back to the blipvert -- I mean, bar.
Outside of D'Oblique, Angel literally runs into Kate. He apologizes for being rude the previous night. Then he says that she shouldn't go into the bar, because it isn't safe, but he can't explain why. Kate says, "I can go wherever I want, and you can go to hell." After she walks inside, Angel says, "Been there...done that." You'd think he'd be more bitter about spending untold ages in hell, but apparently he can make jokes about it. I think that's nice.
Kate sits at the bar. Angel sits a couple of stools away. They look at each other. Kate is sitting next to Sharon, who is putting the moves on another guy. He is whining about how it's hard to meet people at work, he doesn't know who to trust, he was a geek in high school and never got a date, etc. Has anyone not picked up on the theme yet? A guy who looks like a younger version of Mitch Leery comes up and asks the bartender where Kevin is, because Kevin missed work and isn't answering his phone. The bartender says Kevin left with some girl last night and he's probably "sleeping it off." Angel intuits that this is a clue and asks what girl Kevin left with.