Lilah answers a knock at her door. It's Wesley. Don't any of these people ever sleep? Lilah says his visit a surprise, and Wesley snaps, "Is it?" Lilah's expression changes, and she concedes, "That it took you so long, yeah." Wesley says, "You played me," and guesses that Lilah meant for him to overhear her phone conversation so that he'd tell Angel. Lilah shrugs, "Free will. Look it up." She says it was his choice, and adds, "Before you go all righteous fury, figure out who you're really mad at here." Wesley leans back and sighs, then asks what the real plan was. Lilah says she could have had Cary's brain in jar: "But I left it in his head 'cause he's a friend of yours." Well, that's...nice of her? Wesley asks if she's trying to lull him into trusting her again. Uh, Wesley? You really need to sort out this whole trust-and-betrayal thing, because you seem to have some real problems comprehending it. Lilah sums it up a little faster by saying, "If I'd thought you'd ever trust me, I never would have played you like that." I don't know that I buy that, but I think that just shows I've got more sense than Wesley does. Of course there are goldfish with more sense than Wesley has. Wesley whispers, "It's never simple, is it?" Sure it is, Wesley. You're very simple.
Cordy sleeps. Connor lurks in the window.
Angel lurks in his own window, all pale brows, still hands, and dim hair. Hee. I'll bet he's wishing that he was creepily watching a girl sleep. He always likes that.
Next time, Connor asks if Cordy wants to train some more, if you know what I mean. He really did learn a lot from his dad.