During the credits, the audience is in an agony of suspense, wondering if Doyle will be killed before Cordy notices he needs help. We can only hope.
Alas, no. Cordy and Doyle, considerably gooier than they were, walk into the office. Angel immediately starts with, "Cordelia, you need to --" "No!" says Cordy. "I don't care what horrible thing's about to happen. Asteroids are hurtling toward earth. Unspeakable evil is rising in the San Fernando Valley. Jar Jar is getting his own talk show. Whatever. I don't want to hear about it. Not until you ask us how it went." Angel tells Cordy that her mother called, and Cordy should call her back. "Now, what are you talking about?" he asks. Cordy reminds Angel that he left them to deal with the squid-thing in the sewer, and Angel says that since they both returned safely, he assumes it went okay. Cordy says that's not the point, and Angel says, "So there is a point?" Doyle clarifies, "She thinks you're insensitive, and not to bring up the irony, but consider the source." Cordy glares. Angel says that just because he's reserved doesn't mean he doesn't care. Just then Kate enters and asks if Angel has a minute. Angel and Kate go into his office and shut the door. "Mr. and Mrs. Spock need to mind-meld now," comments Cordy. Heh, except I don't think Cordy's ever really met Kate before. Kate tells Angel about Little Tony. He offers to see what he can do, and Kate says she'll pay him for any help. Angel points out that he owes her favors but Kate insists, "This isn't a favor. It's a job, that's how we do it." She then tells him to contact her directly if she finds anything, and Angel asks, "You don't want to get a reputation for going outside the department?" "I don't want to get a reputation for getting you killed," she answers.
Cordelia blipverts through some files while Doyle mans the computer, where apparently he can pull up all kinds of information on Little Tony's hangouts and buddies. Sure. Angel enters, and attempts to make peace with Cordy. He rather insincerely tells her, "I wanted to, you know, thank you so much for going through those coroner reports, because I can imagine how not fun it is to read about, you know, coroner stuff." "Lame," Cordy points out. Doyle shrugs sympathetically. Angel gives up, and asks her, "What have you got?" "The weebies," she answers. Wasn't that a children's animated show? She says that there have been body parts washing up on the coast, which presumably are Little Tony's work and not just random medical waste. Angel asks Doyle to pull up tidal flow charts, to try and determine if all the bodies could have been dumped into the sea at the same location.