We whoosh back to Gunn and Rondell, who are chatting outside the warehouse. Gunn complains about being considered a "vamp-lover." Rondell tries to reassure him, and Gunn asks whether Rondell thinks that Gunn turned his back on his friends. I apologize for how complicated that sentence is. Rondell says, "I ain't even seen your back in months, bro." He said it nicely and all, but ouch. Rondell says he hasn't heard from Gunn since George died, adding, "Some of us were even starting to wonder if you were still in this world." Gunn says he didn't plan to disappear, adding, "I guess after George..." Rondell interrupts, "It was Alonna, man. Things, they were never the same after Alonna." Gunn wonders how he could help the Found Boys when he couldn't protect his sister. Rondell insists, "There are people alive today because of something you started." Gunn says, "Nah, man. Something we started." They hug again. For a while. Hm.
Wesley and Angel stroll down the hall of an apartment building, looking for a bookie to whom Merl owed money. Angel asks whether the bookie was a demon or a human, and Wesley isn't sure. They find the apartment, and Angel decides to find out by kicking down the door and storming inside. Actually, that would tell them whether the resident was a demon or dead. Or, as it turns out in this case, both. Once again, there's green goo all over the smashed furniture. Angel says that, when they find whatever is killing the demons, they'll need Gunn for help. They agree that whatever is responsible is big, powerful, and pissed off.