Suddenly, Sahjhan materializes into the office. Without missing a beat, Lilah curtly tells her mom that she'll have to call her back, and hangs up. Lilah informs Sahjhan that he doesn't have an appointment. Sahjhan's surprised at Lilah's lack of surprise at his sudden appearance. He's further surprised when Lilah reveals that she knows his name, what his powers are, and that he was the one who brought Holtz to Los Angeles. In a display of continuity, she even refers to the magical reference woman in the archive. Sahjhan tells Lilah that he's familiar with her firm's work here "and in other dimensions." Lilah theorizes that because Angel yet lives -- or unlives, rather -- Sahjhan and Holtz haven't worked out so well. She guesses that Sahjhan has come to Wolfram and Hart to "expedite the process." Sahjhan confirms this. As she writes on her notepad, Lilah tells him, "I hate to disappoint you, but Wolfram and Hart's official policy is to let Angel live until he becomes useful. I'm sworn to obey that policy." Then she holds up the notepad, which reads "COUNT ME IN." So the firm distrusts the employees enough to bug their offices, but not so much as to install security cameras? These people are stupid. No wonder they're always losing. She asks Sahjhan out loud if there's any other way she can help him. Sahjhan looks around for a second, then leans on Lilah's desk and tells her, "I have a plan. But for it to work, I require--" Okay, hold on just a minute. I'm breaking in here. Lilah just made it clear that it's not safe to talk about his plan to kill Angel in the office, and now they're going to go ahead and talk about it anyway? These people are so very stupid. I have a hard time imagining that Wolfram and Hart controls any dimension. Unless the inhabitants are drooling morons. Okay, I think they could possibly control whatever dimension that produced Glory. But that's it. Continuing on, Sahjhan says he has a plan, but that it requires something that might prove to be almost impossible to get. As the strings on the score attempt to increase the tension and make us wonder what this mysterious item may be, Sahjhan reveals it to be some of baby Connor's blood. Before the words are completely out of his mouth, Lilah says, "Got it." Sahjhan is utterly flummoxed. I love that Lilah is at least a step ahead of him, even if she doesn't know exactly why. She says they managed to snag it from the doctor's office. But, she explains, their people have looked over the blood and can find absolutely nothing out of the ordinary. Sahjhan explains, "That's because they're looking for the wrong thing."