Fred sits in the diner that has provided her and Gunn with so many, many meals. Her waitress banters with her about drinking too much coffee. The extremely nosy waitress also says Fred should call Gunn, adding, "As long as you've got love, it can't be that bad." As the waitress writes up a bill for chipping in with the foreshadowing, an earthquake hits. Things start rattling and Fred pulls the waitress away from the windows, although not really very far away from the windows. Under the tables might be a better move.
Connor's Fort of Fortitude. Cordy is bandaging his wounds as the tremor rattles the building. Again, I think about how unsafe all those candles are. Connor starts to get up, insisting, "I gotta stop it." An earthquake? How, exactly? Plus, it seems to be over already. I don't think Connor should be living in Southern California when he's so jumpy. Cordy pulls him back, and then notices his bruised side and guesses that he's broken several ribs. Connor calmly says, "I've never been broken. Not even in Quor-Toth. I didn't think I could be." Cordy gibbers that he's hurt because of her, and I stop paying attention and instead admire the nice work they did putting bruises on her neck from when Satan grabbed her. Blah blah. Connor tells Cordy that if Satan hurts her again, he'll kill Satan. Oh, that's reassuring.
Angel plots the center of the disturbances on Cary's map as the earthquake hits the Hyperion. Gunn says that the location is the site of "the old Kimble building," and says there's a club on the roof called "The Sky Temple, or something." A club on the roof? Oooookay. Also, how big is the scale on this map, if Gunn can use it to locate individual buildings? Cary says the club is "a watering hole for the tragically hip," and Wesley intones, "A shrine of the flesh." So I guess that gibberish wasn't meaningless after all, eh Wesley? Also, shut up. Angel and Gunn start grabbing weapons. Cary thinks they should have a plan. Silly Cary. Angel says, "If it's alive, we kill it. If it's not, we bury it." He tosses a crossbow to Wesley and asks, "You in?" Wesley looks menacing, and we cut away before he trips over nothing and mews, "Oh yes, please!"
So, there were a number of complaints in the forums that Connor and Cordy should have called Angel and mentioned that they'd run into Satan. I'm not entirely sure what difference it would have made if they had, since Angel already knew something was going on, plus Connor and Cordy didn't know where Satan was going. So I'm willing to bet that they planned to, but didn't see any point in rushing to the Hyperion before tending their wounds.