Lawson turns out to be one of those guys who talks to himself, which I guess means that all of his speechifying is because he honestly does like the sound of his own voice. He tells himself that he needs a screwdriver, and then wonders why there isn't one in his toolbox. He turns around, and the German suddenly rushes over and helpfully gives Lawson the screwdriver by shoving it deep into his stomach, so he won't lose it again. Lawson manages to slug the German with a wrench, and there's a shot of the Poignant Falling Bloody Glasses Of Being Killed Because You're An Evil Nazi. Lawson gasps and sinks to the floor.
Back in the present, Lawson says, "It's funny what goes through a man's mind when his life's hanging in the balance." Angel looks oddly amused. Maybe it's because he he has a pretty good idea of what you think about when you're dying. Or maybe it's because he knows what Lawson's going to say, and how incoherent it is. See, Lawson goes on and on about all the things he thought he would think about when he was dying. And then he concludes, "The only thing that goes through your head is, 'Wow, this really sucks.'" Well, that's not very funny at all, is it?
On the sub, Angel enters the engine room and finds Lawson. Lawson says they need to get propulsion back or they're dead. Angel asks what he can do, but Lawson insists he's the only one who can fix it, and that he doesn't want any more people to die, and in the time he spends on this, he could tell Angel what to do, so it's kind of his own fault what happens. He coughs and repeats, "I can fix it," and finally Angel says, "I know you can," and vamps out. He chomps down on Lawson, and then slices his wrist open on a bit of the engine and lets Lawson suck down some yummy blood.
Commercials. Johanna and I agree that this isn't really as bad as it looked in the ads. On the other hand, Johanna says, "It doesn't make any sense. The whole show!" Which pretty well sums it up. We try one last time to understand Spicule's hair. And why Angel has nothing to say about it. Then I realize that it's because he's Spicule, not Spike. Spike's probably off in South America with Drusilla while all this is going on. It's nice that they're working our delusions so smoothly into the show.
When we return, the remaining crew members are leaning against the bulkheads, looking like they've passed out. Spicule tells Angel that the air's almost gone, and asks if Angel's "new boy" can get the engines running. Spicule eyes Hodge and offers to put him out of his misery, and just then the lights come on. Angel tells Spicule to wake the crew up; they're going to surface.