Cordy, who has apparently chosen to dress up as Pocahontas with a lace-up top and turquoise necklaces, types away at the computer while Angel lurks behind her. She pulls up files about Penn's killings in the 1920s, when he was tracked to an apartment building, but fled the scene when the authorities arrived. Wesley, looking at some old newspapers, says that the same thing happened in 1963. Comparing photos, even Cordelia notices that Penn was living in the same building both times. "Good old predictable Penn," chuckles Angel. They are so lucky to have antagonists who are even more clueless than they are.
Wesley bursts into Penn's apartment and turns to invite Angel in. Angel explains, "That's only for humans. Breaking and entering another vampire's lair isn't a problem." They covered that before, but I guess they're happy to be able to explain anything that happens on this show, so I can't blame them for repeating it. Angel notes that Penn isn't home, and sorts through the papers on Penn's desk. He finds photos of school buses, and maps with bus routes marked. "He's finally changing his act," says Angel.
Kate enters the conference room and addresses the detectives. "This is the man that we're looking for," she says, holding up the drawing of Penn. "And this man is how we're going to find him," she concludes, showing surveillance photos of Angel in the police station. "His name is Angel and he's a local private detective. We have reason to believe that our suspect will make an attempt to contact Angel, possibly as his next target." From the corner someone says, "This is a terrible likeness!" Penn stands up from his seat by the door. The cops start to rush Penn while Kate shouts, "No!" Then there's some freaky sped-up footage to imply that Penn is, well, quick, as he throws the cops aside. Kate begins scrambling in her bag for a stake, but Penn reaches her first and drags her out the door.