They walk into the shop and find an older Chinese couple behind the counter. The woman immediately says, "Your kind not welcome here." Gunn asks, "Since when can't a brother buy some ginseng tea?" The man clarifies that it's Angel who's unwelcome. Wesley goes over the "public building, no invitation necessary" thing again, because Captain Thesaurus doesn't understand the difference between being able to enter, and being welcome to enter. Wesley then explains that they're looking for a coin. The couple look at each other and then leap over the counter and strike an ass-kicking pose. Gunn isn't impressed, at least until the couples' fingers morph into CGI claws. I pause the tape to figure out a way to work "fu" into a description of the fighting, and then I remember what "fu" comes from to begin with, and then I wonder what happened to my brain. So there's a lot of you-know-what, and slashing and clubbing and Angel plays yo-yo with the old man, and the couple is eventually knocked out. Angel then finds the coin hanging on a leather thong around the man's neck. He pulls it off and stares at the blipvert it contains.
Lilah grabs something out of a printer at Wolfram & Hart. "I think that's mine," Gavin snaps as he walks in. He explains that his printer isn't working, so he's using Lilah's. He also mentions that he's moving from Real Estate into the Special Projects division. Gavin explains, "With so much karmically damaged real estate, not to mention the demon infestation, the Senior Partners felt I would be more useful here." Buildings have karma? He adds that he's working on something aimed at Angel, and suggests that Lilah might like to be on his team. Lilah looks amused. Her door suddenly opens and a kid wearing a fez pokes his head out to look at her. She tells fez-boy that she'll be there in a second, then snickers at Gavin and heads for her office. I was sort of hoping that they wouldn't ever explain what that kid was doing; it'd be funny to just see day-to-day life at Wolfram & Hart, with people spontaneously combusting and slime monsters working in the mailroom and so on. Gavin snipes that "just because they gave [Lilah] Lindsey's old office doesn't mean --" Lilah insists that she earned her position, but also defends Lindsey, who "sacrificed his flesh and blood for this company -- literally had his hand cut off, fighting against Angel." Hee. Lilah's kind of protective of Lindsey, isn't she? Lilah's in looooooove. With Lindsey! Point at her and laugh. She mocks Gavin's legal nitpicking about building codes, but Gavin says that he's fighting Angel in his own way. Lilah snarks, "I bet he's really terrified," and enters her office.