Angel rolls out of the stake's way, and gets to his feet. Bianca tries to stake him again. He blocks the swing, but she kicks him through a door into a storeroom. He vamps out, and they fight. He manages to disarm her, but he never quite recovers from the surprise of her attack. She quickly manages to kick him into a wall, and he falls to the floor. She waits expectantly. He asks who she is, and says he won't hurt her if she coughs up some information. She smirks. He doesn't get the joke (surprise, surprise) and asks what's so funny, but as she backs up a bit, we see that he's in a mesh steel storage area, the door to which she closes. She finally speaks: "I tink it is funny now." I can't even describe her accent. It sounds like it's supposed to be a hybrid of a Caribbean accent and something else, but I can't for the life of me tell you what. Bianca starts to ask about the "giahal" with whom she saw Angel earlier. Angel flexes his muscles a bit, but Bianca ominously looks toward the window, which she says has "eestairn exposure," and basically tells him she's going to kill his girlfriend and leave him to a Kirsten Dunst-like fate. I'm talking about Interview With The Vampire, although now that I think about it, picturing David Boreanaz as a cheerleader in Bring It On is more than a little entertaining. Anyway, Bianca snaps an extra padlock on the door and saunters out as Angel yells impotently.
Library. In his office, Giles telephones Xander and asks him to go to Buffy's house and check on her. I thought we clearly established that she wasn't there. In response to something Xander asks, Giles suggests that he get Cordy to drive him. He goes out to the main room, and we see Willow fast asleep on her keyboard. That'll be me recapping "Go Fish." It's now daytime, by the way. Giles gently prods her awake, and she exclaims, "Don't warn the tadpoles!" Apparently Giles never heard that one even in his rocker days, so Willow explains, "I have frog fear." Aw. Giles tells Willow that he found a description of the du Lac book, and although he's unsure of the details, he believes it contains a ritual to restore a weak or sick vampire back to full health. Again, I've never seen any indication that vamps don't heal on their own, but whatever. Willow realizes that Dru fits that description.