Connor approaches the table. In addition to the urn, Vail has thoughtfully provided an array of weapons. I wonder if it'll occur to Connor to pick one weapon, and move the others away so that they aren't handy for Sahjhan. Oh, right, he's not a bully. The moral is, sometimes playing fair is dumb. Connor turns back to ask a question, but there's a solid wall where the doorway was.
Vail tells Angel that Connor can't see them now. He explains, "I can't risk Sahjhan getting loose. He has a nasty habit of trying to kill me." I do wish they'd had time to explain more of Vail's history with Sahjhan. Well, actually, I wish they'd set that up somehow in past episodes. Or past seasons. So it's not really a complaint, just a vague wish. Anyway, Vail says he's sure Connor will do Angel proud.
Connor takes a deep breath, says, "Open sesame...or whatever," and opens the urn. Swirly light pours out and solidifies into the form of Sahjhan. Whose hair has improved dramatically during his urn-time. My guess is that his hair is a wig now, and wasn't before. Sahjhan looks around, spies Connor, and thanks him for opening the urn. He booms, "In gratitude, I grant you three wishes!" Connor gasps, "Really?" Sahjhan says, "Nah, I'm just messing with you." Aw, I like Sahjhan. Sahjhan stretches as he repeats that he is grateful for the rescue. Connor says, "I should probably tell you, you and I -- we're supposed to fight." Sahjhan's surprised, and starts to ask why they should fight, but then eyes Connor more closely. Connor quickly takes a step back as Sahjhan says, "Ah. You're him." Connor agrees, "Yeah. I'm me. Hi." He smiles quickly. Connor adds that Sahjhan can take a moment, and politely points out the weapons in case Sahjhan wants one. He's such a polite young man now. Sahjhan grunts, "Thanks."