The next day, Gunn descends the stairs to find that Angel has filled the lobby with chairs. Gunn grumps, "Great. My girl is not the only one redecorating." Hey, there's a whole decorating motif in this episode. Angel points to a seat and says, "You were there." Did he spend all night lining up chairs? Wait, it's better I don't know. At least he's got a hobby. Gunn sits down obediently and asks what's going on.
And then we go into, uh, Angel-vision? It turns out he's trying to place who was where the night before, so we suddenly transpose Angel and Gunn into the auditorium, and Fred's giving her speech with echoey effects in the background. Angel remembers/looks around and places various members of the audience, like "Nerdy guy. Older nerdy guy." Heh. He also singles out a goth chick. Gunn asks, "How come you never pulled out this parlor trick before?" Which makes it seem as if Gunn can see what Angel is remembering, which is a bewildering concept. I think it's just unclear dialogue, and Gunn's meant to be understanding what's happening, but then it's anyone's guess why Gunn is so surprised by Angel's magical power to remember things. Whatever. Angel says "It just kicked in when I saw Lilah," which sure doesn't clarify anything. Anyway, Gunn is immediately suspicious of Lilah. But then again, Gunn's immediately suspicious of everyone. Angel "remembers" seeing what Lilah was doing, and calmly decides, "She was just stalking Wesley." Hee. It'd be pretty funny if Wesley hired Angel to keep his stalker away. I guess he'd have to dye his hair first, since Angel only cares about blonde stalkees. Gunn is surprised to hear that Wesley was there, but Angel has moved on to the younger nerdy guy, who was sitting right behind them. Angel says that the kid was "waiting," and then recalls that the kid was taking photos of the snake attack. Angel also mentions that the kid was wearing a t-shirt that said "Thwack!" Heh. "Thwack." It's just fun to say. Gunn -- happy to have some new focus for his suspicions -- says he knows where to find the kid. He starts for the door, but Angel calls him back: "Daylight! I need a coat." That's all he needs now? Just a coat? They've kind of lost interest in him being a vampire, haven't they? Gunn urges haste, saying, "When my girl's not happy --"