Angel, Spicule, and Cordy enter the laser fun room. They can't shut the security off, even though Angel runs the place, because...oh, I don't know. Anyway, Angel steps into the lasers, which causes alarms and red lights and zombies. Six zombies. This is their security system? Sometimes I think Wolfram & Hart just isn't trying. They all fight for a minute, and then Spicule says he'll hold off the zombies, so Cordy and Angel move on.
Lindsey is greeted by Angel. Lindsey asks, "Is this the part where I get all weak in the knees, promise I'll never do it again?" Angel says that Lindsey had a chance for redemption, and sniffs, "I guess some people just never change." Angel tries to punch Lindsey, but Lindsey throws him across the room with his groovy yet inexplicable new superpowers and says, "I did."
Commercials. I complain to Johanna about how silly it was to have Angel find out that it was Lindsey before seeing him. Johanna says that she was hoping Lindsey would greet Angel by saying, "Angel. At last we meet." Which reminds me: I have finally embraced 'shipperdom by deciding that Harmony would be a great date for any of the MoG. Though Wesley and Harmony is my favorite pairing. It practically writes itself! Johanna asks if Cordy will turn into a piece of possessed bedroom furniture.
Cordy throws the katana to Angel. Lindsey pulls out his tiny little knife and says, "It's not the size that matters, big guy," as his knife magically extends itself into a great big sword. He concludes, "It's how you use it." Cordy rushes over to the demonic control board while Angel and Lindsey continue their face-off. Johanna's favorite thing about this scene is that you can hear Cordy's heels going clackety-clack across the metal floor of the room. Angel tells Lindsey, "You never should have come back." Lindsey replies, "I missed you." And then there's fighting. By which I mean sex. Oh wait, that's the subtext; I do actually mean fighting. Cordy fiddles with the controls. Sword-fighting. And punching, and flipping. And quipping. I'm kinda bored. Lindsey and Angel wind up on a raised platform, which starts to rise up even higher prior to release the fearsome Angel-killing-monster. We see claws waving about under the platform, and I start to wonder if it's a robeast. Oh, Prince Lothar.