Kate arrives home with her generic box of stolen office supplies. She heads straight for the liquor. I don't know what she's drinking, but she's drinking it straight. No ice, even. That's not a good sign. She heads for the shelves full of trophies and photos and awards, and we all know what she's gonna do, right? Yeah, she goes over and smashes them to the floor. Someday I'm gonna get shelves like that just so I can dramatically sweep things off them when something bad happens. Apparently, it's very satisfying.
Lilah arrives outside the Wolfram & Hart building with two bodyguards. As she walks toward the building, Angel leaps down from, uh, something, and knocks them both out immediately. Lilah expresses vexation, but on the level you reserve for finding a scratch on your new car, as opposed to the kind you express when a dangerous enemy has you at a disadvantage. Lindsey must have been giving her "unflappable" lessons. She asks what Angel wants, and he says, "I want the same thing from you that I took from Lindsey." He grabs her hand, and now Lilah looks a little bit flappable.
Angel presses Lilah's thumb against the elevator's security lock. Her thumb, and the rest of her hand, are still attached to the rest of her. Angel, he's such a kidder. As the elevator moves up, Lilah says, "You know, of course, you'll lead security wherever you go the moment you step inside." Uh, isn't he inside now? Aren't elevator shafts typically located inside the building? Angel says, "I'm counting on it," and then grunts and holds his wound. Lilah tries to act as though she didn't notice that. Guys hate it when you call attention to the fact that someone shoved a sword through their guts.
At the MoG office, the phone rings. Cordy has changed out of her garden shirt. Although this one is cut in the same style. Maybe it is the same shirt, and she mowed it. She answers the phone, "Good evening, [mumble] Investigations?" Wesley asks what the mumbley sounds were, and Cordy explains, "There are just some names I'm not saying at the moment." Wesley says he's not feeling well, and he may stay home tomorrow. Cordy agrees, "You should stay home. Spend time with Virginia." Oooh, that's gotta smart. Wesley recovers, and tells Cordy she should get out of the office, too. Cordelia points out that she doesn't have any friends. What happened to those girls from "Expecting"? And all the guests she had for the big party in "She"? Wesley says, "That's not true." Cordy ponders this for a second and then frowns and says, "You don't count!" Wesley pretends to take offense, so she adds, "You know what I mean." Wesley assures her that things will get better. Cordy says she'll call him tomorrow, and she hangs up.