Cut to Connor and Cordy, who are diving from some kind of threat themselves. They look up as a vamp races in to attack. Connor goes all Spider-Man with the hopping and ceiling-clinging, and then Cordy gets a nice kick in before staking the vamp. Cordy chirps, "I did that! I did that!" Connor taps her shoulder, and she spins and sweeps him up in an excited hug. She gives him a quick kiss, saying "Mwah!" Then Connor tries for a less-quick kiss. Cordy's into it for a moment before she pushes him away and looks embarrassed.
Gunn and Angel have discovered that Fred's skedaddled. They worry about whether Fred will kill Seidel or vice versa. Angel says he'll be faster alone, so he makes for the window with Gunn planning to follow.
Wesley's Shut Up Vehicle. Fred is loading a crossbow as Wesley asks if she remembers the plan. Fred thanks him for his help. Wesley thinks that it's been five minutes since he was a jerk, so he says, "Not that I don't get his point, but I'm surprised Gunn's not here. No matter what the consequences." Could he be any scummier? Y'know, when I'm plotting vengeance against someone, I don't want my partner to be distracted by attempts to get in my pants. Johanna says that she would, because her partner would be the Count of Monte Cristo. Fair enough. Fred ignores Wesley's assholery and simply says, "Charles doesn't have it in him. It's part of what I love about him." Shot down! Although I don't think Fred's take on Gunn is accurate, either. Wesley says there's still time for her to change her mind if she thinks that Gunn's right. Fred says, "It's not about what's right," and tells Wesley to pull over. He does, and offers to come along, but a Fred's gotta do what a Fred's gotta do. By herself. And off she goes.