Angel tells the others, "I taught him well." Cordy comments, "A real Psycho-Wan Kenobi." Wesley says, "Two hundred years' practice...I imagine he's got it down by now." Cordy says, "No lie. Gallagher's changed his act more times than this guy has in the last two centuries." For some reason, she raises her voice at the end, as if it's a question. "Why do you think he's still doing the same old shtick?" Wesley answers, "Well, it's a classic, isn't it? Every time he smashes that watermelon with a sledgehammer, I --" He trails off. I'm not surprised that Wesley likes Gallagher, but I am pleased to have even more evidence that Wesley sucks. Back on topic, Wesley wonders whether Penn is trying to get Angel's attention, and whether that's why Angel's been dreaming about the killings. Angel says, "No, I used to have a connection with those I sired. It just means he's close, that's all." Cordy summarizes, "Neat. We can't find him and the cops have zero chance of actually stopping him." Angel suddenly twitches, as if someone's just blown a special vampire-whistle, and heads for the door. "Kate," he explains. "She doesn't know what she's dealing with -- what she's up against." Wesley tells Angel, "You can't walk into a police precinct with intimate knowledge of these murders and tell them a two-hundred-year-old Puritan is responsible. You'd be locked up faster than Lady Hamilton's virtue!" After a moment, Wesley turns to Cordy and apologizes. She says, "That's okay, I don't know what that meant." Meanwhile, back at what passes for a plot, Angel insists that Kate will track down that nasty Penn eventually. Heck, with that incredibly useful and accurate profile she developed, she's probably found him already. "Bad for her, then," comments Cordy. "Or good for us," Angel cryptically replies. Blipvert.
Angel wanders through the police station until Kate spots him. "I have the info on your license plate," she tells him. If she's expecting a "thank you," she's out of luck. Angel stares ahead mutely. Kate asks if he's okay, "Not that the brooding, man-of-mystery thing isn't working for you. It is. A lot." Ugh. I've decided to believe that Kate is, quite understandably, suspicious about Angel, and where all of his money comes from, and so on, and as a result she continues hitting on him in this embarrassing way as an excuse to ask him personal questions and find out what he's up to. I'm not claiming there's any evidence for this, it's just my little way of retaining a shred of respect for her. Anyway, Angel asks if he can talk to Kate in private. She leads him to a conference room, where crime-scene photos hang on the bulletin board. He asks how the investigation is going, and Kate complains, "Some of your more inconsiderate serial killers fail to leave us any clues." Yeah, like ritual markings on the victims. That's not a clue or anything.