Blip back to the woods, where the car has been moved under some low trees. The boys pile branches onto the car -- which still has the top down. Guys, it'll be easier to cover it if you have a solid top, and aren't just filling the entire car with leaves. I won't even get into the part where the car is barely hidden from this particular camera angle, much less from any other direction. Have I mentioned how very stupid all of this is? Cary says that they're a couple of miles from town, and yes, apparently there's only one town in Pylea. Johanna wonders if maybe this is just a very, very small world, after all. How did Landok manage to end up somewhere else, given how tiny this place seems to be? More giddiness from Angel about his sun-worthiness. They start to head off, following Cary, and Wesley calls back, "Don't forget the book." Angel stops, puts his hands on his hips, and snips, "I just don't think that's funny." I'm gonna have to interrupt again. First, why take the book with them? Aren't they going to have to come back to the car and the hot spot to get home? So why take the book along, increasing the chances of losing it, instead of leaving it at the place where you're going to need it? And as long as I'm ranting, I'll point out that the book is the only thing they planned to bring along. With twenty-four hours to prepare. They didn't bring food, or less-conspicuous clothes to change into, or -- just a wacky thought here -- weapons. Once again, these are the people standing between the apocalypse and us? Wolfram & Hart are probably watching this in their crystal ball and muttering, "I can't believe we keep losing to these people." So, yeah, the book. Nobody knows where it is. Everyone gets tense, especially Cary. Wesley suggests, "Perhaps its only function is to open portals to Pylea, in which case it would be useless in Pylea, and therefore...it only exists in our own dimension." I have this same problem with my car keys. Cary calmly says, "Ordinarily I handle bad news really well. I just drown my sorrows in an ice-cold gin and tonic, a little squeeze of lime...Except when they don't have them here!" Angel says they'll figure out a way to get home later, but first they have to find Cordy. I add the gin and tonic to the list of H2G2 references.
Cordy's curled up on the floor, looking comatose. Enik announces, "It is the unanimous decision of the Covenant that the girl is afflicted. She carries the curse of the sight." More robed guys haul Cordy to her feet and drag her away.