At the station, Angel is babbling to Kate about all the rituals Wolfram & Hart are performing, and how he can't figure out what they're working toward. He's having this conversation with her in the station. With other people all over the place. Dark, vengeful, bitter Angel doesn't bother me, but for some reason his total lack of discretion does. No reason for it, really. Anyway, Kate's not all that intrigued by the wacky Wolfram & Hart shenanigans. She asks Angel why figuring this out is important to him, and he answers, "Because it's important to them." He asks her for help, and Kate finally snaps that she can't help him with anything, because she's "on desk duty pending the hearing on Friday." Apparently the captain Angel beat up last week blames Kate for "granting access" to Angel. Um? Okay, I guess Angel got into the office after hours, and since Angel was there earlier with Kate, they rightly or wrongly assume she let Angel in? I'm not entirely convinced that makes sense, but I'll accept it. Angel says, "He was raising zombie cops and setting them loose on the streets!" Kate chuckles and points out that she probably can't offer that as an explanation. She sorts through more papers and folders as she mutters things like, "I'm a cop, that is all I've ever -- I can't take a suspension, I would just --" Get a whole sentence out, Kate. You can do it. Angel says he's sorry, and Kate manages, "Are you?" She doesn't see Angel look to one side in a way that isn't quite an eye roll, but it's close. She adds, "'Cause they might just want to know about this, too," and pulls out photos of the Wolfram & Hart slaughter at Manners Manor. Angel tells Kate that she had nothing to do with that. She points out that she picked Angel up for making threats at the Wolfram & Hart offices, and then she let him go. Forensics has told her that the suspects were locked in the wine cellar with the victims, so, basically, she's figured out what happened. She bitterly concludes, "And I think I am done helping you now." Off she stomps. I didn't forget about Cordelia's shirt. Be patient.
Lindsey arrives home. He starts talking to an unseen guest, apologizing for being late and so forth. He sits on the couch and asks, "How do you feel?" and we finally see Darla's there, curled up under a blankie. She's got a burn on her face, but she's mostly healed. She weakly simpers about the way Lindsey saved her, and the two of them explain to the audience that, after the Angel barbecue, Drusilla visited Lindsey and told him where to find Darla. Darla moans that Drusilla is gone, and when Lindsey says, "She'll be back," Darla says, "You're the only one who hasn't abandoned me." Lindsey is a big sucker. Well, a rather petite sucker, actually. With one hand! Ha ha! He hands over a big bottle of blood to Darla, who eagerly unscrews it as Lindsey gets up to go take a shower. Darla rasps, "You're never dirty." As Lindsey walks toward the bathroom, he says, "I'm always dirty." Darla rolls her eyes with me, and that gives her one redemption point. As soon as Lindsey shuts the door, Darla hops up and starts poking through his bag. She pulls out the manila envelope and begins perusing the contents as she casually pulls at her bottle of blood. I liked that.