Buffy patrols the woods. We see a figure run by in the foreground, and then Buffy sees it too. She chases it, and it turns and knocks her down. She recovers to see that it's Angel, dirt and blood on his face, growling much like the killer in the earlier scene. He's wearing pants. Although I don't know how that happened, and I know some people are disappointed, I think it was worth not having Strega go permanently blind, so I'm not going to make an issue of it. Buffy stares at him, agape. Commercials.
The Waterboy. Adam Sandler playing a white-trash dimwit. Way to avoid typecasting.
Angel attacks Buffy. They both get in a few good shots before Buffy drops him with a spinning crescent kick and an elbow punch. Yes, I used to take karate. No, it wasn't because of this show. Entirely.
Willow, flashlight in hand, opens a refrigerator in the morgue. Creepy music plays as a figure approaches her from behind. She uncovers the body within, and gets supplies out of a Scooby-Doo lunch box. That is such a nice touch that my world is being turned upside-down. Marti Noxon did that? Perhaps if I choose to believe she got the idea from another writer...no, I'm afraid I'm going to have to give her some credit. Damn. Anyway, it was Xander behind her, and he's freaked at seeing the body. Then Cordy startles him, and he barks, "We're doing crime here! You don't sneak up during crime!" Heh. Cordy sees the body, covers her eyes, and yells, "Okay! Scarred for life!" I can't help flashing back to her dissecting a demon in an alley on Angel. Hee. They ask Willow if Oz is cleared, but she's not sure. She finishes up, and promptly faints dead away into Xander's arms. Xander and Cordy think it doesn't look good for Oz. Cordy: "This guy was ripped apart by a big, wild animal."
Cut to a quick shot of some very girlie dolls being knocked off a chest, which is then opened and rummaged through (by Buffy, even though you don't really see her). She grabs some manacles. Did she get those from Faith? Cut to the mansion, where she chains Angel to a rather rickety-looking metal support. He's regaining consciousness, and suddenly snarls and leaps at her, but is restrained. Buffy examines the floor where Angel landed after falling out of the air. The area surrounding his body was turned black. I have no idea why. Buffy is plainly shaken by Angel's animalistic noises and behavior.