Fred goes over to talk to Gunn, who's grabbing weapons. Gunn thought they should have learned their lesson about portals already. Fred insists that she and Wesley think it'll work. Gunn says, "I know, but I don't gotta like it." I have to say, if Gunn really objects to using a portal because it's got unpleasant personal associations for him, he's nuts. He got electrocuted, as they keep reminding us, but he's not refusing to go near lamps ever again. Gunn rejoins the others as they suit up to go find Satan. Then Cordy turns around and gasps in horror upon realizing how annoying she's become. Oh wait, no; she's having a vision. Dead bodies in period clothes. Satan stands over them. The end. She tells Angel that she saw more of her earlier vision, and describes it, but with a lot more redundancy than I used. Angel asks if she could hear what Satan was saying. Cordy says, "No, but whoever he was talking to -- they felt familiar. Like someone I know." Angel sighs, "Connor." Cordy says it's time to talk to the kid, adding, "If nothing else, he's our best chance at finding the Beast." Gunn makes up for his portal snit by refraining from jumping up and down yelling, "What have I been saying all this time?"
Loft of Lusus Laturae. Connor is reading a book when there's a knock on the door. He walks over and opens it to discover that he's getting a personal visit from Satan. Jack Chick was right about premarital sex all along! Satan says, "Hello, Connah," which isn't really worth recapping but he's got a neat voice. Connor says, "No, my name ends in an 'R' -- Connah lives down the hall.' Satan apologizes and leaves.
Okay, maybe not. There are some commercials, and when we return, Connor uses his superpowers to slow time down a little so we can fully appreciate his gymnastics. He spins and runs, Satan enters the loft, and Connor does that Fred Astaire running-up-the-wall trick, except Astaire didn't usually end it by whirling in midair and kicking Ginger Rogers in the face. Or so I hope. To nobody's surprise, Satan isn't hurt by the kick, but at least Connor got to show off a little. Connor springs up for another kick, but Satan grabs his leg and whips him back and forth onto the floor like they're in a Warner Brothers cartoon. Finally Satan hauls Connor up and tosses him into...wait for it...the windows! Connor plunges down several stories and lands in the street.