Spicule is knocked back through the office doors, Angel on top of him. They roll around on the floor, fighting. Well, Angel's fighting, and Spicule's just giggling until he repeats, "You're a wee little puppet man!" Angel punches him. Spicule laughs. Angel punches again. This time Spicule says, "Ow! Tha's enough!" He tosses Angel up into the air, and Angel lands on his feet a short distance away in a continuous shot, and yeah, I think Edlund did a really good job directing what must have been an even more difficult episode than usual. Oh yeah, and props to Boreanaz, because sitting in a little ADR booth making grunts as if you're fighting has to be very weird. Angel tells Spicule to leave, and then Harmony blurts, "Oh my God, Angel, you're a --" Angel points a finger at her warningly and snaps, "Shut up!" Angel finally looks around at all of the suits filling the lobby, who are staring at him. He crabbily asks, "What are you people looking at? Well?" Spicule explains, "They're looking at the wee little puppet man." Angel gets even more enraged, and launches himself at Spicule. He ends up grabbing Spicule's arm in his mouth and holding on like a pit bull while Spicule shouts and flails around, trying to swat him off. At this point. I'm just staring at the television, hunched over, with my hands over my mouth, trying to breathe. Spicule backs away, tries swinging Angel into a wall, and finally is propelled back into the elevator as the doors close. The suits stand around as, from inside the elevator, there are crashes and bangs, and Angel grunting, "Stupid! Grimy! Piece of crap!" I hope this "Stupid, [fill-in-the-blank] piece of crap!" thing is going to be his new catchphrase. The doors reopen, and Angel steps out, straightening his clothes, while Spicule is revealed to be collapsed in a corner of the elevator. Angel looks around at the suits and says, "Yes, I'm a puppet. Doesn't mean you don't have work to do."
A marionette version of Angel walks through the lobby, back to his office. As he passes Harmony's desk, he grumbles, "Get my call list." As he passes off-camera, he also tells her to give Spicule a car. Spicule walks up to Harmony's desk and deadpans, "You 'eard the puppet." I wonder if the cars are just bribes to keep Spicule from bothering him. I mean, as much. I also wonder if Spicule is actually just selling the cars to pay for his apartment, now that Lindsey isn't around. Wonder, wonder, wonder.