At the church, Connor hears Jasmine saying, "Father, I need you. Help me." Connor realizes that the unconscious Happy Cop is channeling Jasmine, and runs out of the church.
Jasmine walks across a long overpass while cars screech past her. Angel seems to have finally caught up to her, which is odd, because she wasn't moving that quickly, so why'd it take him all this time to catch up with her? Anyway, Angel tells Jasmine that it's over. Jasmine whirls and asks if he knows what he's done. Angel duhs, "What I had to do." Jasmine insists, "There are no absolutes, no right and wrong. Haven't you learned anything [from] working for the Powers? There are only choices." Angel says she was taking their choices away. Jasmine sneers, "And look where free will has gotten you." Angel replies, "Hey, I didn't say we were smart," heh, "I said it's our right! It's what makes us human." That and setting cars on fire. Jasmine points out that Angel isn't human, and he grumbles, "Working on it." Jasmine is all, "Leave me alone," and Angel's all, "Can't do that," and it's really entertaining how low-key this confrontation is. Jasmine says that she's lost everything, but adds that Angel can't kill her, since that'll be important later. Angel insists, "I'll die before I let you hurt anyone else." Jasmine, completely exasperated, shouts, "You're already dead!" Arguing with Angel would frustrate even a god. Angel sighs, "You know what I mean," because she's ruining all of his ultimatums. Jasmine asks why he hates her, and Angel goes over the list: "Rain of fire, blotting out the sun, enslaving mankind, and, oh yeah, hey -- you eat people!" Jasmine sniffs, "Like you never have." Angel says that she's responsible for thousands of deaths. Jasmine argues, "I murdered thousands to save billions. This world is doomed to drown in its own blood now. What is't to me, when you yourselves are cause, if your pure maidens fall into the hand of hot and forcing violation? What rein can hold licentious wickedness when down the hill he holds his fierce career?" Or words to that effect. Angel says that the price was too high, adding in a dull, unconvincing monotone, "Our fate has to be our own, or we're nothing." He tries for a reconciliation, and says, "It's not the world that you wanted, but maybe you could still help us make it better, even if you have lost your powers." Heh heh heh. He's offering a god a chance at redemption. Heh heh heh. Jasmine says, "Not all of them," and clobbers Angel. This is where I got confused the first time. Angel goes flying through the air and lands on a car. Only later does it become clear that she knocked him off the overpass and into the street below. Luckily, there's a commercial break so that we can all sort it out.