Gunn sits in his truck on a dark, deserted street. Guess he's picked up some brooding tips from Angel. He looks at the arrowhead again, then drives off into a blipvert of Merl-bits, Rondell, Merl-bits, Gio, and Merl-bits. I sense a theme. I appreciate the fact that Gunn's truck still has the bolts, or whatever, they used to fasten large caliber stakes to it way back when. At this point continuity is all I have left to enjoy.
Gunn arrives in the lobby of the Hyperion. There are piles of papers all over the front desk and the round-sofa thing. Would someone give these people a table? Angel wanders out, and Gunn non-subtly tries to find out how much Angel and Wesley know. Angel says the attacks remind him of things he's seen before: "The seeming randomness of it, the chaos...there's a larger purpose behind every move." Gunn asks what that purpose is, and Angel says, "To have fun." My bet is that originally Angel clarifies that when he says he's seen this before, he meant he'd done it before, in his evil days. I sure hope so, because that would have given some hint at a reason for Gunn's distrust of Angel, as well as explaining why Angel acts slightly creepy during this scene. Angel finally asks Gunn whether anything's wrong, and Gunn says he just wants to see the boss. He means Wesley, by the way. "Know where he's at?" Gunn asks.