On the sub, Lawson aims his gun at Angel and demands to know how he got down there without a dive suit. Angel ignores Lawson and asks for Captain Franklin, only to be told that Franklin is dead. Lawson says that he's in charge. Angel issues order "Charlie Abel Oboe Victor," and says the magic verification word is "Nautilus." The soldiers lower their guns, and Angel grumps, "Somebody wanna get these things off me?" And the camera pans down so that for a second Johanna thinks Angel meant his pants, but then we see that there are manacles and chains looped around his feet.
Spinelli ("the angry one") and Hodge ("the nervous one") walk through the sub, discussing Angel. Hodge figures that Angel is "some kind of super-soldier, like Steve Rogers or Captain America." Spinelli snaps that Steve Rogers is Captain America. Comedy! Or something.
Lawson sums up the situation for Angel (basically, it sucks). "An ensign, a helmsman, a handful of petty officers." Well, they're a little bit cranky, but I wouldn't say they're -- Oh. I get it. Angel tells Lawson to keep everyone where they are, and heads for the hatch. Lawson offers Angel his gun, but Angel says he knows what he's up against, and exits.
Angel moves through the sub and reaches another hatch. Someone on the other side begins to open it and after a moment, out pops Spicule. With black hair. In an SS jacket. Sigh. Spicule looks more dumbfounded than usual as he says, "Angelus. They'll let anyone in here."
Commercials. Johanna declares that Wesley is retarded. I say that it'd be nice if he could learn a little from this, and that maybe now whenever he walks into a room he'll compulsively check behind the door. Johanna adds that the characters should automatically check themselves when they start to say "I wish..." about anything.
When we return, Angel goggles, "You're a Nazi?" Spicule chuckles, "No, I just ate one." Spicule seems happy to see Angel. Angel looks depressed. But he always does. Spicule figures that the Nazis caught Angel, and advises him, "Don't ever go to a 'free virgin blood' party. Turns out, it's probably a trap." I love that "probably." They move back through the sub while Spicule consoles himself by claiming, "It looks like they're rounding up the baddest of the bad." Angel asks Spicule to introduce him to the others, and Spicule agrees, noting, "They're a bit stiff."