Seidel is packing up some papers as Angel bursts through the door. Without breaking it, for a change. He asks if Seidel is planning a trip, and Seidel nervously says no and heads for the bookcases. Angel tosses the desk out of the way, which is fun, and makes with the lecturing while Seidel pulls out the book Fred looked at earlier. Angel says, "Fred's a friend of mine, and that little sabbatical you had planned for her? Not nice." I really like the way he says, "Not nice." He's like a disappointed dad. Seidel says that there's no evidence against him, and as Angel argues pointlessly, Seidel opens the book and whips out some Latin-fu. A portal opens, and a guy wearing a lizard outfit steps through it and snarls at Angel. "Great," Angel sighs.
Seidel ducks past the demon and escapes into the lab, but is stopped when Fred cracks him in the head with her crossbow. She aims at him and says, "You know what they say about payback? Well, I'm the bitch." I bet she was rehearsing that delivery in her head during the drive over.
Cordy is folding laundry and wearing one of those fake-tattoo-looking chokers. And a very ugly shirt that doesn't look like it fits her properly. Although it seems as if it might be cut to look that way. It's so hard to tell. Connor walks up wraps his arms around her from behind while asking, "How 'bout some more training?" Cordy uncomfortably steps away from him and says those four little words: "We need to talk." Connor cheerfully agrees. Oh, poor Connor. Not that I disagree with Cordy here, but most boys would know what that means. They sit on the bed, and Cordy nervously alludes to their kiss earlier. She says that it shouldn't have happened, and adds, "I don't know who I am, much less where I belong or who with. And there is a picture over there when you were a baby and it's only eight months old. There is a lot I need to figure out. I'm sorry." Cordy starts to add something, and Connor jumps up and growls, "You're going back to him. Aren't you?" Cordy says she needs time to think, and walks out. Connor punches a wall.
The lizard guy flies into the bookshelves in Seidel's office. Angel hurries over and smashes the demon repeatedly with Seidel's phone. I like the improvised weaponry in theory, but Angel's choices about what makes a good weapon are a bit questionable. Angel pounds the demon a few times, and then pulls demon-bits off his jacket with an expression of distaste as he turns to leave. But then the demon grabs his leg and trips him. A very surprised Angel is tossed against the wall.