Wesley reminds Rondell that he's been shot before, and it happened because he was trying to help Rondell. Gunn says this is between him and Rondell, tosses his keys toward Wesley, and tells the rest of the MoG to leave. He tells Rondell, "We used to face death because we had to. Now you go chasin' it down, man, for the fun of it." So as far as Rondell's concerned, the problem is that he's enjoying the fights. Which Angel certainly does. Or else it's that he has a death wish. Like Gunn used to, according to Cordy. Rondell says that only Cordelia can leave. Cordy says that she won't leave without Fred, and protectively puts an arm around Fred. Some Found Boys pull Fred away and shove her back to Wesley. Rondell explains that everyone else can leave if Cordy sends Angel to them. "Then we'll see who lost the mission," he tells Gunn. Cordy sidles out. The "Oh God," demon starts up again, and another demon nearby says, "Shut up. He ain't listening." Cheese. Anybody else think it's a little peculiar that demons would be muttering pleas to God in the first place?
Angel hurries down the stairs at the Hyperion. Cordy tells him, "You have to think of a better plan; this is a bad plan." Angel says that he has no choice, and hands Cordy a piece of paper, telling her to go to the address on it and talk to the Transuding Furies. Not to be confused the other Furies, the traditional vengeance-and- liver-ripping ones. Angel explains that Cary "hires them monthly to cast a sanctorium spell on Caritas." If they lift the spell, Angel can fight. Cordy doesn't think that Angel will be able to fight all the Found Boys. Angel doesn't care, and heads for the door.
Cordy:What if they won't lift the spell?
Angel: They'll lift the spell. Just tell them that it's for...me.
Cordy:For you? You know them?
Cordy: And they're gonna remember you?
Cordy calls Angel back and says, "I told her she'd be safe with me." Angel says he knows, and heads out.
Gio's singing "Wind Beneath My Wings" while everyone looks uncomfortable. I wonder if Gio is crazy or something. I'm not sure. But I'm going to pay close attention and see if he start behaving erratically. Wesley says that they have to do something: "If Angel walks in here, they'll kill him." Gunn reassuringly replies, "No. They won't. They're gonna make me do it." Gio gets annoyed by feedback, walks off the stage, and fires his shotgun at a speaker. I get the impression that he's crazy and violent and stuff. I miss the moral ambiguity of "I Fall to Pieces." Fred sniffles at the senseless murder of a tweeter. Since it's too late for Cary to stand nobly between the shotgun and the speaker, he settles for saying, "Miami." He tells Gio, "I know why you left [Miami]. Why you ran. You couldn't stay there, could you? After what you did. She trusted you." Cary goes on like that until Gio swings the shotgun into Cary's face. Cary turns to look at Gio again with a bloody lip. Before you start thinking there will be a revelation of some kind: it is never explained who trusted Gio, or what the terrible thing he did was. Or why Cary gives him such a significant look. Plenty of theories about it, but nothing in the story to confirm any of them.