Cary enters and announces that Satan's killed someone else. The victim was a "high and mighty white-magic shaman type," and Satan ripped her heart out. Wesley says, "The MO doesn't match," and reminds the troops that Mesektet had black ink sucked out of her. The what doesn't what? Dear Wesley: So far Satan has set his victims on fire, thrown them into walls, gored them, and removed their heads. He's not a serial killer who has to use the same method every time. Plus, apart from Mesektet and maybe Judd Winick, most people aren't full of the black ink of evil, so I'm not sure how often you expect Satan to use that particular method. Signed, People With Brains. P.S. Shut up. Fred asks if the woman's name was Ma'at. Cary says it sure wa'as, and Fred says that Ma'at is another of Ra's totems. (Ra!) Gunn says that Satan is killing the totems, but Wesley says they can't assume it's significant that Satan happens to have specifically sought out and killed two members of a mystical group of beings in rather unusual ways when thousands of other people have been collateral damage. Because she's an idiot, Fred agrees, "Two points --" "Make a line, not a pattern," Wesley finishes. Gunn glares at them for finishing each other's sentences. I glare at them for being so stupid and failing to shut up.
Then Cordy enters and says, "Hi guys." Gunn greets her, and then Cordy looks at Wesley and jumpily says, "I gotta go see Angel," before quickly heading upstairs. It's unclear if her odd stiffness is due to seeing Wesley, or if it just seemed that way from the way the camera panned across them. Although if she is avoiding Wesley, I can certainly understand why. Gunn says, "I told you Connor can't be trusted -- look how weird he's made her!"