Angel hears the gunfire and tells Wesley, "That's coming from the roof." But not anymore; now it's coming from Hellblazer #3, who storms into the apartment with his own machine gun. He sees Angel, cowering behind a pillar, and smiles as he raises his crossbow. Buffy and Faith decide to hop over to the neighboring building, where there are fewer people shooting at them. They start racing across the rooftop, but pull up at the edge as a helicopter suddenly blocks their way. They run, bullets fly all over, and they end up taking cover behind a skylight. Wesley calls Hellblazer #3 "Weatherby," which isn't all that much easier to type, and asks him to listen to reason. Weatherby declares that a Watcher working for a vampire is "perversion." Buffy tells Faith to stay put while she takes care of Hellblazer #1. Then she leaps over the skylight and starts fighting. Wesley tells Weatherby, "I swore to protect the innocent," and then tells Angel to get to the roof before suddenly running toward the kitchen, distracting Weatherby, who isn't very bright. Buffy and Hellblazer #1 fight. Wesley pulls out the syringe, aims, and tosses it directly into Weatherby's neck. "One hundred and eighty," Wesley says, as Weatherby wobbles. Then he strolls up and gives Weatherby a punch before he falls down on his own, adding, "That's for calling me a ponce." Well, punching a guy who's drugged senseless isn't earning you any macho points, Wesley.
Angel races up the stairs, finally reaching the level just below the roof. Looking up at the skylight, he can see the shadows cast by the fight. Buffy finally manages to knock out Hellblazer #1 as the helicopter descends toward her. Angel decides Batman was easy to imitate, and it's time to leap a tall building. Or at least, leap up, through the skylight, and into the air, before he ends up dangling by one arm from the helicopter. Buffy stares up, thinking, "I could have done that. If I wanted to." Angel wrestles the gun away from Hellblazer #2, and pulls him out of the helicopter so that he plummets and finally thuds against the roof. Angel climbs up, vamp-faced, and instructs the pilot to land the helicopter. Buffy looks around and realizes that Faith has vanishes, as is her wont. Angel's giant head blocks out the Los Angeles skyline.
Police cars race up to wherever the pilot has decided to land his helicopter. Kate marches up and demands to know where Faith is. When Angel doesn't answer, Kate tells another cop, "Arrest him. Start with aiding and abetting a wanted felon." Maybe you should start by reading him his rights? Kate-Angel-and-Faith-vert.