Sahjhan tells Holtz that they've found Angel. It turns out that Arney is a narc. Arney asks if Sahjhan will pay for the information, adding, "I've got mouths to feed. And a family. Some of them have mouths, too." Heh. Then Arney does this ventriloquism thing where his eyes glow and other people's voices come out of his mouth, and I don't know why that's better than having him just say, "They're all at Caritas." I mean, it's not like Holtz is going to recognize Cary's voice.
After Darla is tucked into Cary's bed, everyone returns to the main room. Wesley tells Angel that the baby is dying. He adds that Darla's body may not be "equipped to do what it needs to do in order to bring a baby to term." So her body managed the first eight months and twenty-odd days just fine, but the last few hours are just too much? Cordy asks if they can do a C-section. Fred says, "Normally that's exactly what we'd do," because she and her pals give C-sections all the time, but that darn "mystical force" won't let them slice into Darla. Angel observes that none of this makes sense, and boy do I feel his pain on that one. He says, "This whole thing has been a miracle, right? You don't just get half a miracle!" You mean like being resouled, but not being able to be happy? Yeah, that's crazy talk. Gunn reminds Angel that maybe the baby is the bad kind of miracle: "What if what's happening to Darla now, what if that's The Powers [That Be] finally stepping up to the plate and doin' something for once?" Angel sniffs, "How? By killing my kid?" and stomps off. Boy, that sure was a good point that Gunn made. Pity nobody has any response to it. Oh, except that Cordy swats him for being "so damned honest," and her swat is deflected by the finally functional security system. Whoopie. Or maybe it's now an irony detector, because things have come to pretty pass when Cordelia criticizes someone for being too honest.
Angel sits by Darla and they take turns imitating plywood at each other for a while before Darla finally asks if the baby is dying. Angel tells her that she has to fight for the baby's life, and I can't blame Darla for saying, "I don't know how," because that is a pretty vague instruction. Darla strokes her belly and mutters, "My boy, my darling boy." Between this and the stuff about Darla's fondness for views, I'm starting to wonder if cute yet meaningless references to previous episodes are supposed to be a passable substitute for character growth.