Light streams out of the building and up toward the sun. A bloodied Wesley looks up as the blackness covering the sun is blasted away. Hooray, I suppose. Paco and his friend look at each other and are quickly coated in flames. Hee. Wesley heads for the warehouse.
Faith watches as a Satan-shaped pile of coal crumbles to the floor. She looks at the sunlit window. Angelus does, too, and sighs, "Aw, crap. Killing the Beast really does bring back the sun? I thought that was Angel's retarded fantasy." Well why the hell did you want to kill Satan, Angelus? Faith grabs some chains hanging from a pulley and hauls herself upright while Angelus goes on blathering about how he wanted Satan to "soften [Faith] up." Whatever. So he killed Satan so he could kill Faith himself. And he couldn't just dart in and grab Faith, because we've all seen how Satan is ever so speedy. Angelus advances toward Faith, and she swings the heavy chains toward him. Angelus easily side-steps the chains and goes on chattering obliviously as the chains swing past him and crash through the window. Okay, I liked that, because I didn't see it coming, and punishing Angelus for his overconfidence is amusing. Sunlight streams into the room, and Angelus darts into the shadows. He looks back at Faith, who has collapsed in the middle of a patch of light on the floor. Angelus says, "I guess we'll just have to take a raincheck on that whole 'eviscerating you' thing. Just you and me now, Faithy." He winks, and heads out. Because there's a whole ten feet of sunlight protecting Faith. And there's nothing in the warehouse he could use to block the sunlight long enough to grab her, in her weakened condition. Like, say, piles of boxes, and crates, and barrels, and oh, why bother.
Cary and Fred stand in the Hyperion's courtyard, staring up at the sun. Connor and Gunn join the party as Fred declares, "I've never seen anything so beautiful in all my life." Gunn looks over at her, and Fred shoots him a quick glance and then goes back to blinding herself. Connor guesses that Faith killed Satan, and runs off to see if Cordy knows.
Cordelia is looking out the window as Connor bursts in. Connor enthuses, and Cordy says, "It's...wonderful." I've had plenty of issues with her delivery lately, but I liked the way she said that line. Just the faintest hint of sarcasm, but not over the top. Connor is all aglow, figuratively, as he burbles about how amazing Faith is. Cordelia says, "A weakness for Slayers. You're definitely his son." She says that she has to tell him something, and they sit together on the bed. After stammering for a while, she declares, "We're having a baby." Cordy pulls up her shirt to show her bulging belly. Connor looks faintly disgusted as Cordy takes his hand and presses it against her stomach. Connor says, "It's impossible -- how could..." Cordy agrees, but insists, "There's a life growing inside of me, and its ours. We're connected now." She strokes his face as the piano of demonic hellspawn tinkles mirthlessly. Cordy leans in and kisses Connor, then says, "You. And me. Forever." They kiss again and fall back onto the bed.