Even though Darla's exit speech feels as if it went on for about half an hour, Holtz is still enjoying his slow-motion parade through Caritas. The soundtrack goes crazy with menace as he marches through the fire, crossbow in hand. It's very cool-looking and all, but he's taking way too long to walk through the bar. Angel is finally picking up the baby as Holtz finds the hole in the wall and steps out into the alley. The soundtrack makes Wagner seem subtle. Fred helps Angel wrap the crying baby in Angel's jacket as Holtz raises his crossbow. Angel finally notices Holtz, and they all stare at each other for a really long time. A couple of Holtz's demon pals appear at either end of the alley. Angel looks at the baby. God, I hate babies. The Angelmobile pulls up and Wesley steps out and looks toward the alley. I'm not sure if he can't see what's happening, or just doesn't care. It'd be funny if they couldn't see through the rain, and started honking the horn all, "Angel! Yo! Get a move on!" But that might ruin the dramatic tension created by the nothing that's happening. Angel and Holtz have seriously been staring at each other for nearly a minute at this point. Holtz finally lowers his crossbow. Angel and Fred nervously walk past Holtz and the demons, and over to the car. Sahjhan, who has somehow has popped up behind Holtz, shouts, "You can't just let him walk away -- not now! Not after what you swore to me!" Dude, don't have a conniption fit. Holtz watches the Angelmobile drive away and says, "I swore that I would show no mercy. And I won't." Yeah, but what about mercy for the audience? I think we're coming up short there, too. Time for a final flourish to the soundtrack.
Oh, and the baby's name? Even before Darla nobly sacrificed herself for the kid, I thought it was obvious: his name's just gotta be Don. We already knew that Angel likes using his ki, right? It all makes sense now.