|Season 4, Episode 22|
|Air date||May 7, 2003|
|Written by||Tim Minear|
|Directed by||Tim Minear|
After finally defeating Jasmine, Connor roams the streets of Los Angeles alone and confused about his place in the world. Meanwhile, an undead Lilah Morgan offers Angel Investigations a deal they cannot refuse: Control of a newly reopened Wolfram and Hart LA branch, the opportunity to work there, allowing them access to every secret file. Lilah explains that the "Senior Partners", the ruling counsel of the demonic firm whom are based in Hell, have now relinquished the evil firm as thanks for the gang's part in the recent events for bringing back chaos and discord in Los Angeles (see "Peace Out"). Angel will also be rewarded with a file on the Sunnydale apocalypse. Meanwhile, Connor realising he has no future in a world he cannot comprehend, takes hostages in a nearby mall, and plans to blow himself up with them. When Angel discovers what's going on, he is offered a chance to give Connor what he desires, even if it means giving him up. Wesley, Gunn, Fred and Lorne cautiously consider joining the evil outfit to get access to wealth and power on Earth.
Quotes and trivia
- The episode contains a number of connections with Buffy. Wesley's Wolfram and Hart guide, Rutherford Sirk, comments that the Watchers' Council no longer exists, a reference to the events of the Buffy episode, "Never Leave Me". Following the events of this episode Angel takes a trip to the Hellmouth for "Chosen", bearing an amulet that will be worn by Spike in Buffy's final battle.
- When Angel is talking to Connor in the sporting goods store a jersey in background says "The Angeles's".
- The sporting goods store that connor has siezed is infact the lobby of the paramount studious. The peak of the logo can be seen on the balcony.