In Angel's vamp-cave, Cordy tries to sketch a picture of her mysterious blob. Barney suggests that drawing can be therapeutic, and explains that he sensed Cordy's pain. Cordy says, "My kind thinks that some things are private. So maybe you shouldn't be nosing around other people's feelings without asking them." Why didn't anyone ever say that to Counselor Troi? Barney apologizes, then Cordy apologizes, and then they talk about Doyle. Cordy describes Doyle by saying, "He drank too much. And his taste in clothing was like a Greek tragedy. And he could be really sweet sometimes." She goes on to mention that Doyle was half-demon, and speculates that this explains why "he sometimes smelled weird." Cordy tells Barney that he reminds her of Doyle, which Barney decides to take as a compliment for some unknown reason. Wesley and Angel, the leather twins, arrive. Barney panics upon seeing Wesley, and leaves the room, saying, "That's the guy that was after me!" Angel points Wesley toward his home library and goes to reassure Barney.
Cordy again wordlessly approaches and gives Wesley a kiss. It goes better than their last one did, but afterwards Cordy shakes her head and complains, "It didn't work!" Wesley is a bit disappointed to hear that, and Cordy starts to explain that it was an experiment, before suddenly realizing who she just kissed. "Wesley? What are you doing here?" she asks. Wesley explains about being a Rogue Demon Hunter, leading Cordy to ask what a Rogue Demon might be. Angel and Barney return, Angel having explained that Wesley is hunting another demon, who is, presumably, hunting Barney in hopes of stealing his empathic ability. Wesley has taken the past ten seconds to consult Angel's library, and announces that the demon they fought is a Kungai. Wesley says that the Kungai are "of Asian origin," even though my impression was that all demons were of Hellish origin, and is "very deadly," not just sorta deadly. Also, each Kungai has a horn which can consume his opponent's life force. I have no comment about the Freudian implications there. Barney starts to panic. Angel pries the book out of Wesley's grasp, while Wesley mentions that he tracked the demon to an "Asian district" nearby. Cordy declares this to be Koreatown. Angel prepares to go seek out the Kungai, Wesley insists that he's going along, Angel says he works alone, Wesley protests. Angel says, "I had somebody at my side. He's dead now. I'm not gonna let that happen again. I work alone." Except for Cordy. And Kate. Angel leaves, and Wesley complains that his leather pants are chafing him. He also adjusts himself. Look, I had to watch it, so you have to read about it.