Gunn nervously explains, "I, uh, got this idea. Alcohol. Dehydrates the body, gets the slug out." Angel stares at Gunn, who goes on a big defensive speech to the effect that he wasn't abandoning them, but he had to get help, and he did what he had to do, and we get it, for heaven's sake. I like to think that Angel was just staring at Gunn because there was lint on his shirt or something. Gunn finishes his heartwarming message of brotherhood and understanding, or whatever it was, and he and Angel kiss and make up. Figuratively. Angel says, "So, we're good?" Cary interrupts to note that they aren't at all good, because there's some creepy Destroyer coming to visit. Seems like that's just Angel's problem, though. Fred sits up and blurts, "I remember the Destroyer's coming!" She must be cured, because her voice is back to its usual irritating squeal. Swell. Cordy asks whether Fred has any idea when the Destroyer is coming. I doubt there was anyone who didn't say this line along with Fred: "I think...now."
Everyone turns as crackles of light start to flash over the pentagram. There are roaring noises, and more lightning, and then a very large, reasonably cool-looking CGI monster falls out of nothing into the lobby. Everyone stares at its big horns and teeth as it roars at them unpleasantly. And then a tyrannosaurus suddenly lunges through a wall, gobbles it up, and stands there triumphantly as the Jurassic Park banner flutters to the ground. Wait, no, I got confused there. But it's basically the same scene. What actually happens is that there's another flash, and a teenager summersaults out of nothing and lands next to what I'm choosing to believe is the Destroyer. The kid immediately swings what I think is a sword at the Destroyer's head, which topples instantly. The camera zooms up the kid's Army of Darkness outfit, and I start laughing for some reason. Maybe I was just feeling gleeful about all the references to movies I could make when describing this scene. The kid (will it ruin the suspense if I just tell you it's Connor?) lifts his arm and points what I think is a wrist-mounted stake-launcher at Angel and says, "Hi, Dad." Heh heh heh. It's just funny. I can't explain why
Next time, Connor tries to prune his family tree.