Haggar and Cordy go shopping. Haggar asks for a lot of things with silly names. And a spatula. Although "spatula" is a silly name, too, when you think about it. Cordy is loaded down with baskets of stuff. She tries to ask Haggar about Fred, but Haggar orders her to shut up. Haggar also reminds Cordy not to spill the "viper's milk," and Cordy starts to complain about all the stuff she's carrying, but is interrupted by a vision. She sees a Drokken attacking a demon in a red shirt. No, he's really in a red shirt. Only now do I realize that the Drokken is just a bald mugato. Cordy tells Haggar what she saw in the vision, adding that the attack is taking place "by the forest, near a big yellow rock." There are boulders in the background, but none of them looked particularly yellow to me. More demons gather around Cordy and stare at her. Cordy recovers, looks around, and whines, "Isn't anyone gonna ask if I'm okay?" As someone lowers a pitchfork toward her, Haggar screams, "My cow is cursed!" Cheer up, Haggar; maybe you can trade her for some magic beans. Cordy tries to explain her vision again, but is drowned out as the villagers start chanting, "Cursed!"
The Angelmobile pulls to a stop opposite the arched gateway to Paramount Studios. Angel asks, "Here? Isn't this a movie studio?" Cary insists that it "makes a certain kind of sense." I'm not convinced. Cary adds that Aggie told him there was a hot spot there, "and Aggie's never wrong when it comes to hot spots. She was doing SkyBar way before Brad and Jennifer." He checks to make sure that Wesley has the book, which of course he does, since they need it to get to Pylea. Duh. Angel asks whether he should put the top up, and the answer is yes, since they don't know what the weather will be like in Pylea, but Wesley says, "We only require a metal enclosure on four sides to ensure that we travel through the portal together.