Cordy huddles in a corner as Enik puts his hand over the boom box controls. Wesley, Scarlet, and Gunn hurry into the Tromblibrary. Wesley tells Enik, "You don't have to do this." Enik disagrees, but makes the same mistake all evil overlords make: he decides that now is the time to make his triumphant speech about how all their base are belong to him. So he gets as far as saying, "You and your filthy cow princess can go to --" before Cordelia lops his head off with a sword, crying, "Avaunt, Mordred!" Okay, actually she just says something dumb, so I'm skipping it. Cordy asks if the Trombli stay dead when they lose their heads, and Scarlet says that they do. Cordy puts the sword down and says that they have to rescue Groosy from a terrible beast. And she won't want a weapon for that. Wesley tells her that Groosy is actually fighting Angel.
More fighting, more snarling, more of that Pylean stuttering imagery. Angel gets one of his green hands on Groosy's head, and it looks like he might be trying to smoosh Groosy's skull when he suddenly backs off. I suspect that Angel's demonic side was thinking, "Kill! Fight! Blood!...Oooh, such soft hair. I must find out what kind of shampoo he uses." Angel de-vamps, gets off Groosy and says, "We're not going to do this. We're gonna find another way." He backs away and insists, "I'm not an animal." I've ranted about so many other annoying things already, I just can't be bothered with that line. Groosy punches Angel in the face just as Cordy races in, shouting for them to stop. Angel reels and complains, "What part of me being all noble here didn't get through?" Cordy rushes between Groosy and Angel and begins declaring, "Don't hurt him, stop! I love him!" Angel asks, "You love me?" and Cordy says, "Not you, dumb-ass!" Angel mutters some more about platonic love, but since Cordy said "I love you" to Angel very recently, I'm not sure why he's still begging for more reassurance. Well, because he's Angel, I suppose. And while I'm at it, I know Cordy's had some troubled relationships, but would she really fall in love with Groosy? The scene goes on for a while, but I'll spare us all. Cordy tells the soldiers to put down their weapons, and that the Trombli are defeated, and so on and so forth.
At the Krevlornswath farm, Cary reveals his re-capitated self. Angel has also picked up his jacket, thank goodness. Cary heads for the door, but Angel asks, "Isn't there something you want to say to your mother?" After some encouragement, Cary turns and tells Mom, "Thanks for storing my body on the lice pile instead of the maggot heap." He scratches himself while Mom sniffles, "I thought you were lost to us forever. But you came back. You came back, the runt of my loins, came back after raining such misery on our lives and managed to shame us even further!" Mom goes on ranting as Angel pulls Cary out of the house. As the door closes behind them, they hear Mom shout, "Numfar, do the dance of shame!" Cary tells Angel something very confusing: "I had to come back here to find out [that] I didn't have to come back here. I don't belong here. I hate it here." As they walk down the road, Cary says that he feels a song coming on. Angel chirps, "I thought you might." Cary belts out, "Somewheeeeere over the rainbow..." while a couple of nearby Pyleans fall to the ground in agony.