Hey, this isn't a close-up! While Spicule spills the beans in the background, Eve is at the other end of the hall, on her cell phone. She tells Lindsey that Spicule didn't kill Cordy, and ducks behind a wall so that we don't have any pesky action in the background to distract us from her face as it fills the screen. Lindsey says, "It was a long shot, but don't worry, I've got an even dumber plan!" and tells Eve to get out of the building. Eve hangs up, and then sees Angel and Cordy standing in front of her. They'd like to talk, but Eve says this isn't a good time. Cordy grabs Eve by the ear and says, "Let's go, Lilah Jr."
Eve is plopped into a chair in Angel's office, where the MoG have gathered. Angel starts explaining that someone calling himself Doyle started giving Spicule missions. He adds that the faux Doyle told Spicule to rescue Angel from the Eve's demon. Which, apparently, is what led them to suspect that Eve was involved, even though it should lead them to think that whoever this person is, he's working against Eve. Right? I don't understand how they "figured out" that Eve was part of this. Eve insists that she has to leave, and Angel snarls, "The thing that really, really pisses me off is that this guy seems to be going by the name of Doyle." Cordy grrs, "I want to know who has the nerve to be using that name!" Angel gets ready to break out the threats, but Harmony interrupts by entering the room and asking if she can have the afternoon off, like everyone else. She explains that the whole building emptied out a few minutes ago.
Downstairs, Lindsey has taken off the coveralls (sadly, he had other clothes underneath), and plugs the demon's jewel into a big machine. Various readouts start lighting up like it's a supervillain's stronghold. Which, I guess, it is.
Gunn says that a "code seven" went out on the company's server, and then everyone left. Eve claims she doesn't know what a code seven is. Cordy sighs, "This is getting us nowhere. Angel, torture her." Angel, somewhat bewildered, says he can't. Although his tone makes it seem like it's more a matter of mood than any aversion to the idea. Like, he'd have to go put on the leather pants, and the office environment is all wrong so they'd have to move to a garage or something. Maybe that's just what I'd like to think. Then Harmony tackles Eve and says, "I am evil, technically. I don't mind torturing her for the team." The MoG trade some "Yeah, sounds good" looks in the background (yay!) that amuse me. Harmony punches Eve twice, and Eve cracks and says that the code seven is part of a failsafe. Having her crack this easily just makes it more inexcusable that the MoG haven't tried to get information out of her until now.