Cordy and Angel descend the stairs into the lobby. Wesley is examining Cary as he asks if they had any luck. Angel quickly insists, "We saw no vampires of any kind anywhere!" Cordy explains that they didn't exactly look everywhere: "There's five floors [sic]! My feet hurt." Gunn says that the hunt is a waste of time, and Angel agrees. Angel quickly backs toward the door, yammering, "This place is evil. And I think that I should leave now! 'Cause of evil!" As he opens the door, Wesley races after him shouting, "Don't be a fool!" Angel adds, "Good luck, all!" and slips out the door. Gunn asks, "So, we're all locked in, huh?"Gunn, I think that's your own fault for not even checking the doors. Cordy wonders if Angel just bailed on her. Astonished, she admits, "There really is some sort of horrible spell!" Fred wonders if Angel will be okay, while Gunn says, "At least he ain't as bored as me." Wesley says "Liam right now may be facing horrors he's never even imagined."
Cut to Angel looking boggled as he watches cars race up and down the street in front of the Hyperion. He spins and runs back into the hotel.
Everyone turns as Angel runs in and gasps, "Demons!" Wesley, terrified, gasps, "Really?" He recovers enough to look confident before turning to Gunn and adding, "Told you!" Then he turns back to Angel and resumes his terrified expression as he asks, "How many?" Angel says, "Hundreds! Screaming!" Wesley asks what the looked like, and Boreanaz looks like he might be about to lose the deadpan and collapse in laughter as he answers, "Shiny," and backs out of the frame. He sits down next to Cordy, who purrs, "I still got it." Gunn wonders if they should continue searching the rooms. Wesley has a new theory, and while he goes on about it, Angel's eyes keep wandering toward Cordy's neck. Wesley gets as far as saying, "I submit that the bloodsucking fiend may be closer than we dared suspect -- that it may be --" Angel jumps up and offers to search the rooms. Wesley whines, "I was getting to the good part!" Angel repeats that he'll go hunting, and Wesley jumps back and flaps his arms as he shouts, "That it may be one of us!" He says that the vampire has been with them all along, and reaches into his breast pocket as he adds, "Waiting for the moment to strike!" With that, he whips a cross out of his jacket and sticks it in Gunn's face. Gunn stares at the cross. Wesley quivers with idiocy. Gunn punches him. Ha! Angel grins, "See! The English is [sic] stupid!" He suggests that they try a different theory, but from the floor, Wesley moans that he's not done yet. He says that everyone should hold the cross, noting, "It obviously doesn't affect me, or our friend the pugilist." Gunn growls, "Your ass better pray I don't look that word up." Cordy takes the cross from Wesley, rolls her eyes for a minute, and tosses it over to Fred. Fred runs the cross over her limbs like it's a metal-detector wand. She hands it to Angel. He takes it and calmly says, "No vampire here." His hand smolders slightly. He lowers his arm, and as Fred asks if anybody smells something, he quickly points to Cary and gasps, "Look! The devil's awake!" As everyone goes to look at Cary, Angel tosses the cross over his shoulder and winces. Wesley urges everyone to stay back as Cary stirs and looks around. He starts jabbering happily, his memory intact. Then he notices his situation and says, "Here's a funny sidebar -- I'm tied to a chair. Again! What the hell's going on?" Wesley calls Cary "spawn of evil," and Cary starts to get the picture. He asks if any part of the spell worked. Wesley hisses, "Just tell us where the vampire is. Fiend!" Cary says there aren't any vampires there. Angel sighs in relief. Until Cary looks at him and adds, "Except for our boy here." The others jump back from Angel, who looks nervous and calls Cary "Lying Devil-Man." Cary goes on about how he's a vampire until Angel finally says, "Shut your mouth!" and punches Cary. Freeze frame on Cary's head being knocked back.