Gunn keeps on panicking and shouting, "Get 'em off me!" I thought it was odd that Gunn was this freaked out by a bunch of rats, but then I remembered that he mentioned not liking rats before. They quickly walk down the hall, past the woman, and Fred suggests calling an exterminator. "Or just burn the place down," Gunn adds.
Shut up, Wesley's apartment. Wesley comes home, closes the door, and we hear Lilah ask, "Hard day at the office?" Wesley mentions an encounter with a swarm of bugs and asks, "Why are you dressed that way?" The camera swings around so we can see that Lilah's put her hair in pigtails and is wearing glasses and a -- well, she's dressed like Fred, is the point. She swings her legs like a little girl and assumes a fake Texan accent as she drawls, "Isn't this what you like?" Wesley tries to interrupt, but Lilah insists, "I'm good, and I'm pure, and science turns me on, and one day, if I pray hard enough and eat all my vegetables, I just might have hips!" Hee. I love Lilah. In her normal tone, she asks if Wesley was turned on by Fred's lecture. Presumably she's referring to the thirty seconds of the lecture that happened before Fred was wrapped in the coils of a vicious hell-beast. Although, given Wesley's habits of late, maybe not. Lilah says that she doesn't care about Wesley's crush on "the Texas twig." She adds, "I know whose bed you'll be crawling into at the end of the day," and starts kissing Wesley. He responds, then pulls back to ask, "You think you know me?" "Better than she ever will," Lilah responds. And then they break into a rousing game of chess. Um. Strip chess. Yes, that's it. Lilah starts to take off the glasses, but Wesley barks, "Leave them on." She hesitates a second and then does so, but she looks a lot less happy about, um, castling.