Okay, then there's a long, long montage of people being mean to each other as Angel walks along the streets. Although you could argue that it's a montage of people with bad haircuts, and that Angel looks so sad because he's worried that maybe his hair is also silly-looking. We also see Kate popping some prescription pills, and more bad haircuts, and Wesley curled up on his sofa, staring into space, and Cordy getting ready to leave the office -- finally! Wasn't she leaving, like, an hour ago? It finally ends, after a minute and fifteen seconds. I think it might have been better at half that length. Or less. After thirty seconds, I felt the need to start shouting, "Okay, we get it, everyone gets it, let's move on, please."
Angel gets back to the Hyperion just in time to hear Kate leaving a message on his answering machine. "You did it, didn't you? You bastard." We see Kate lying on the floor next to a bottle and a pile of medication. She mutters, "No, it was me. I couldn't take the heat. That's what they're gonna say. And you're gonna feel all bad, or you won't care. Then I, I won't care either. I won't feel a thing." Angel reaches and clicks the volume down, or maybe turns the machine off. It's hard to tell.