A commando checks out the Hyperion's courtyard, but doesn't notice Holtz lurking in the shadows. Holtz then whacks him with a sword.
Inside, Fetvanovich is laying out a selection of instruments from the Dead Ringers collection. Commandos are stationed everywhere. Suddenly there's a noise, and they turn to watch as Holtz enters, looking smug. Fetvanovich asks the commandos, "Is this man with you?" Holtz asks, "Where's Angelus?"
Linwood, Lilah, and Gavin watch on the monitors and try to figure out who Holtz is. We can hear the commandos shouting at Holtz, and then we hear static. Lilah notes that Holtz referred to Angel as "Angelus." The tech guy fiddles with gadgetry, and we hear the commandos and Holtz still talking. Linwood picks up a walkie-talkie and tells the commandos to get rid of Holtz. On the monitor, we see two commandos move toward Holtz as he raises his sword, and then there's more static. What cruddy cameras. I guess the Wolfram & Hart supply department was taken in by those damned pop-up ads. Tech guy tries to get a picture again, and we hear clangs and yells and one dramatic scream. Linwood tries the walkie-talkie again, and gets no response. Oh, the suspense -- the suspense of wondering whether the writers really expect us to think it's remotely possible that, after all that build-up, Holtz is now dead.
The Angelmobile pulls into an alley and stops. Angel explains that he'll go the rest of the way on foot while they wait where they are. He gives the obligatory "If I'm not back in five minutes, leave without me" instruction. Cordy asks where they should go, and Angel suggests "somewhere safe" again. That's helpful. Darla calls Angel's name, but then tells him to leave. At least she didn't tell him, "Be careful." They were doing okay and suddenly we get this scene o' clichés. Angel backs up and hops onto the car's hood, then up to a fire escape, and climbs on up. Nifty.