During the commercials, I wondered if Kate would think Angel had killed her father, especially since it fits in with Angelus' stalking pattern that Giles once talked about. But I guess that answering machine message convinced her he was a good guy. Too bad, because that would have been a nifty plotline. Anyway, when we come back she's sobbing on the floor by her father's body. Angel explains that Mr. Lockley invited the vampires in, and that he couldn't get into the room to help. Angel says, "He was involved in something, Kate, something he couldn't have understood." Kate, understandably, tells Angel to leave. Angel backs away through the door, looking horrified and sad and unsure. Hey, when Boreanaz manages to convey emotion, I'm happy to acknowledge that fact.
Angel opens his Cabinet of Exotic Weaponry and starts to suit up. I think he's inserted noisemakers on most of his swords and daggers, because nearly every item he picks up makes an exciting swishing noise if he moves it more than an inch. As Angel straps on his special spring-loaded forearm stakes, Wesley enters and asks, "What happened to calmly, cautiously, and deliberately investigating before rushing in?" Angel says he's moved on to Plan B. Wesley asks what Plan B is. Angel turns, gesturing so that the axe he's holding makes some more swooshing sounds, and asks, "Do I really have to explain it to you?" Meanwhile, Kate cowers in a corner of her father's apartment, staring into space, which is rather creepy. She looks around the room and sees the manila envelope of money. Near it is a business card for "Kel's Exotic Auto." Nice of the bad guys to leave their business card. I'll assume Mr. Lockley already had it, to spare myself the migraine.