Oh gack. We're back with Adam and his "disciples," in an underground cavern. He goes on about how he's different from men and demons because he has a "gift" that nobody else has and that is knowing what his "purpose" is. In case you were wondering Adam says that his purpose is to "extinguish life wherever [he] finds it." And here I thought his purpose was just to be a boring plot device and universally annoy the fans. He tells the assembled vampires that it's time to face their fears and one of the vampires jumps up crying, "tell us what to do." Adam tells him that he should, "Let them know that [he] is coming." The vampire says he is prepared for that challenge and Adam tells him to look into his heart to find out what he fears the most. Did Professor Walsh insert some sort of AI algorithm that draws exclusively on clichés?
Back at Riley's Fuffy buttons up one of Riley's shirts. She glances at the clock and sees it's 8:25. She's running a little late since she's supposed to be at the airport to check in two hours early. With a final glance at Riley she leaves the room. At the sound of her clomping down the stairs Forrest shoots out of a hallway like a jealous little busybody saying, "I hope you left him alive." Fuffy says, "I think maybe you should stay our of other people's lives." Forrest reminds Fuffy that they (Riley and Forrest) have a mission and starts saying something about a time when Riley could think for himself though I'm hard pressed to recall that time myself. Fuffy tells Forrest that she's been fighting demons since before he could shave which probably isn't exactly true but I see her point. Forrest dismissively says, "Yeah, you're a killer," but Fuffy freaks out and corrects him saying that she's the Slayer and he doesn't know anything about her. Forrest asks if it really matters to her what he thinks and she says, "I don't care. God, I don't care," as she storms out. I don't think SMG is that brilliant of an actress, but I think she did a good job here emulating Eliza Dushku's mannerisms and speech patterns.
Over at the unnamed facility where the Watchers are keeping Baith, Terence says that the Council can't get them out of the country and that they've "ordered the kill." Weatherby goes to fetch gas so that they can torch the place as Terence grabs a gun and strides towards the truck where Baith is. Smith shows an ounce of compassion reminding Terence that Baith could've killed him but didn't. "Lucky you," sneers Terence and he sticks the gun through the bars on the back of the truck. Baith is ready for him though, and before he can fire she grips the barrel of the gun between her feet and pulls sharply towards her so that he is slammed against the truck. Baith takes the gun and first shoots the lock off of her chains and then off the truck door. She runs out and gets in the cab fumbling to find the keys as Weatherby comes running up. Weatherby runs towards the cab of the truck but Baith flings the door outward, knocking him unconscious. She gets the truck started mumbling to herself, "I'm good at this," and jerkily takes off as Smith has finally found his gun and starts shooting at the armored side of the truck instead of say, a tire or her head. Baith drives right through the side of the building and out onto the street.