At the coffeehouse -- where they've thoughtfully installed necrofuckingtempered windows just in case Angel drops by -- Angel and Connor are talking about Nina. Connor's stuck on the fact that she's a werewolf, but Angel says she's also an artist: "She made me a vase!" Connor says that the wolf part "joneses" Angel, which...what? When did "jones" get verbified? Connor teases Angel about getting busy with wolfed-out Nina, and off Angel's dumbfounded reaction, says, "So, vampires really don't understand the concept of jokes." Angel defensively insists that he does, adding that was at the first taping of The Carol Burnett Show. Heh. I like it when Angel name-drops. Connor abruptly says that he knows Angel is his father, and that his real memories are mixed in with the fake ones. Johanna gets very angry, and says, "Why would they have him back for a scene like this? I wish they hadn't brought him back at all if they're just going to do this crap." I want to say, "I think this scene is partly a distraction so that if you noticed his name in the credits you'll still be surprised when he turns up later," but I can't, since it's a surprise. And that doesn't excuse trampling all over the subtlety of "Origin," so it's just a mystery. Connor summarizes the real memories as being like a bad dream, and elaborates, "A very strange, and violent, [and] at times, inappropriately erotic dream." Angel figures that Connor has questions, but Connor shakes his head and says he understands what Angel did. And so do we! Ugh. Stop it! Show some commitment to what you've done! After we get through that torture, Connor mentions that he's working on a résumé for an internship application. Angel offers to help, and Connor asks, "Have you ever written a résumé before? Ever?" Angel admits that he hasn't, but claims to have nice handwriting. Connor sniffs, "You girl." Johanna says that they could have made it clear that Connor remembers everything without being so heavy-handed if he'd asked about Cordelia. I wince, because I'm so tired of hearing about that subject, but eventually agree that it would have been better that way. And it might have been funny if Connor asked about Cordy, and then Angel looked awkward, and then Connor said, "Oh...er, well, what's Fred up to, then?" And then Angel looked more awkward. And then Connor could decide not to ask about anyone else.
Cut to Eve and Lindsey, making out on a couch somewhere. Ew! Lindsey asks Eve what she's thinking about, and she says, "Angel." Instead of "Me too!," Lindsey says, "You simply couldn't have said a worse thing than that." He assures her that he knows what he means, though, and says he's glad that she's the one thing he has that "Angel never got his mitts on." Eve quickly changes the subject, and says she thinks Angel might double-cross Lindsey. Lindsey insists that Angel needs all the help he can get, and adds, "When the smoke clears, then we'll see where we stand." Eve wonders if Lindsey will be able to take out the Sahrvins, but Lindsey says, "They're sending me in with karaoke-boy; how tough can they be?" The Sahrvins were one of the warring clans in "Harm's Way," by the way. I didn't mention their name in that recap because I didn't know there'd be a quiz later. Brief exposition about Cary's ominous tidings for Eve. Lindsey reassures Eve, and says, "You gave up immortality for me. It's like something out of a fairy tale." And back to the kissing.