Actually, Anne's shelter bears a certain resemblance to the building where Melissa lived in "I Fall to Pieces." Back inside, Gunn introduces Anne to George and Rondell, two semi-friends of his. George brought a camcorder, and Gunn explains that he wants to capture some police brutality on tape. George and Rondell are already aware of the problem with the cops, much to Gunn's surprise. He grumbles, "Somebody coulda filled me in!" Rondell snarks, "You ain't been around to tell nothin' to." George says, "You've been movin' on up, dog, playing demon detective with your new family." Rondell chuckles, "Deluxe apartment in the sky." So, abandonment issues and tension are in evidence, and I wonder if Gunn might end up sympathizing with Angel's decision to cut his ties to the MoG a little, since he seems to have done much the same thing with his old pals. I hope so, 'cause I don't want to have to accuse Gunn of hypocrisy. I think some more stuff happens, but Gunn and Anne are both so darn pretty that I just stare at them. Gunn finally explains his plan: "I want you to roll the camcorder, wait for the cops to hassle us." Anne wonders, "How do you know they will?" Gunn snorts, "'Cause we'll be the ones walking while black." They head out.
Police HQ. Hi, Kate. You've been visiting Cordy's hairdresser, I see. She discovers Angel sitting at her desk. They exchange awkward not-exactly-pleasantries. Kate tells Angel about her open cases: "Two women killed in a clothing store, thirteen lawyers from Wolfram & Hart, slaughtered in a wine cellar." Angel wishes her luck. Kate says, "Guess you never caught up with your vampire friends in time." Angel almost cheerfully says, "I did track 'em down later and set 'em on fire." Kate's not too impressed by that, and Angel finally cuts through the snarkiness by saying, "I guess, probably, this isn't the best time to tell you: I just killed a cop." Kate's not amused, and then Angel continues, "This is the kind of cop that [sic] keeps talking even after he's been decapitated." He hands Kate the headless policeman's badge and asks whose it was. Kate pulls up a file on the trusty computer, identifying the cop as Peter Harkes, who died six months ago. Angel asks, "You wanna take a ride?"
MoG's office. Wesley reads while Cordy talks with Gunn on the phone. She thinks Gunn might need their help. Gunn doesn't, and hangs up on her. Cordy tells Wesley about Gunn's plan to be a target for police brutality. She says, "Nothing says, 'Aha, I'm on to you,' like being on the receiving end of a vicious police beating!" Wesley agrees. "It's really a dumb plan." Cordy cracks me up when she says, "Gunn graduated with a major in dumb planning from Angel University! He sat at the feet of the master and learned well how to plan dumbly." Then Wesley and Cordy reassure each other that Gunn will be okay. They sit down to resume their eye research, and then Wesley says, "Right, let's get down there and save him from himself." Off they go into a super-duper blipvert. They're really jazzing these up. Angelmobile (with no sign of Kate in the car), graveyard, Kate's father's grave, Peter Harkes' grave.