Angel walks curiously down a hall. We hear something move in one of the rooms, and he quietly opens the door and enters.
Inside, we see Connor rummaging through boxes. I think they're trying to hide the fact that it's Connor, but it's really obvious, and Angel seems kind of dumb for not recognizing the kid in person when I can identify him in a split-second shot. But what else is new? Angel rushes in, pins Connor against a wall, and only then pauses as he recognizes his son. He lets Connor go and apologizes. Connor straightens his shirt and sniffs, "I'm used to it." Connor starts rummaging around while Angel reminds him that he doesn't have to sneak around in the hotel. Connor explains that Cordy wanted some of her stuff, and I'm just fascinated by the way he's putting all of the contents of one box into another box. He could just take the first box and save some time. Angel asks if Cordy has remembered anything, and Connor replies, "Nothing about you." Connor turns to leave, and Angel calls him back so that he can add a pair of slippers to the haul. Angel explains, "Her feet get cold." Connor heads out the window as he says, "I know. She's always stealing the covers." Ha! Angel has something to think about during the credits. Although he looks as if he may just be trying to puzzle out what Connor's implying.
Angel comes downstairs the next morning to find Gunn sacked out on the couch. In the office, we can see Fred yapping away at poor Cary. Gunn mutters, "She kept me up all night. She is unstoppable." Angel winces at the TMI, and then Fred races out, asking, "Did Charles tell you?" Angel flinches and admits, "Well, he didn't describe it..." The actual comedy value here is minimal, but I do enjoy Angel's expression as he tries to hide his disgust. Fred babbles about the paper and her speech and rushes back into the office while Angel sorts out what she's talking about. He and Gunn follow Fred into the office.