Gunn: "You expecting somebody else?"
Cordelia: "Oh, I miss that smell!"
Wesley: "Camembert, I believe."
Cordelia: "What? No - money - I like the smell of a little money once in a while."
Angel: "She"s not just saying that. Hide some in the office sometime to watch her. It"s uncanny."
Cordelia: "Oh, there he is. "Mr. Nabbit, hi!"
Nabbit: "Glad you could come."
Angel: "Thanks for having us."
Nabbit: "It"s a pleasure. - Who are you?"
Cordy: "Oh. I"m Cordelia Chase? We spoke on the phone?"
Nabbit: "Oh! Right! So - so you - you must be - Angel."
Angel: "Yes. Pleased to meet you. And this is Wesley, my associate."
Wesley: "Lovely party."
Nabbit: "Isn"t it nice?"
Cordelia: "Oh my god, is that Welling Harding?"
Nabbit: "I - I - I have no idea. I don"t know most of - these people. I - I don"t even talk to them. They come to the party. I - I think they have fun. These are crab."
Angel: "If this is a bad time we..."
Nabbit: "Oh, uhm, Miss Chase said that you could - only meet at night."
Angel: "Yeah, it"s more convenient..."
Nabbit: "And - and that we"d be less conspicuous during the party. I mean, I think it"s good! We probably won"t be interrupted. - Well, I-I"ve always said that I would make a billion dollars in the Software market and, uh, learn to talk to girls. - Still working on step two."
Angel: "So, why don"t you tell us about your case?"
Nabbit: "Oh. Ah, my case. - It, uh, somewhat has to do with - black - mail."
Angel: "Go on."
Nabbit: "Are you familiar with Dungeons and Dragons?"
Angel: "Yeah. I"ve seen a few."
Wesley: "You mean the - ah, role playing game."
Angel: "Oh - game. - Right."
Nabbit: "Well, I used to play a lot in High School. You know, it was pretty cool. You get to be someone else for a while, a wizard, a warrior, you know, the whole world is magic, and fighting Troglodytes and romancing exotic - demon princesses and - you know, it"s a rush!"
Cordelia: "Did someone find out you were a big nerd?"
Nabbit: "No that"s - ah, that"s actually public record. But - ah - some of us got *really* into it. Uh - specially the demon romance part. And then we heard about this place - where - the real... The guys were joking about getting some tail."
Wesley: "You went to Madam Dorion"s."
Nabbit: "J-j-just once."
Wesley: "It"s a demon brothel."
Nabbit: "Or twice."
Wesley: "In Bel Air, I believe. The Watchers Council is ripe with stories about it."
Angel: "Ah - and how many..."
Nabbit: "Twelve - times."
Angel: "...people knew about you going?"
Nabbit: "Oh - ah, just my-my friends, but ah - but my security guys already identified the guy with the - pictures. That"s Lenny Edwards but - I just can"t find him."
Angel: "Well, we"ll see if we can do better."
Nabbit: "If - if my stockholders see these pictures..."
Angel: "They won"t."
Cordy: "Don"t worry. We are incredibly discreet. We"ll - ah mingle here for a few hours, so no one suspects."
Girl: "Hey, David."
Nabbit: "Oh, hey. Nice-nice seeing you again. Yeah. I have no idea.
When I moved to LA I thought it was all glamour and valet parking - but there is a *whole* world here that no one ever sees."
Angel: "More than one."
Alonna: "Bobby! Bobby!"
Gunn: "No, no, no. Dog him."
Alonna: "Gunn, come on. Come on."
Guy: They"re back! Open up!
Gunn: Keep a look out.
Let"s get him inside. Come on.
It"s gonna be all right.
Get them in.
I got you.
Just a couple more steps.
You"re gonna make it, man.
All right. Here we go.
Yeah. There we go.
Alonna: "Right down here."
Bobby: "Hey, Gunn."
Gunn: "Right here man."
Bobby: "He picked me up like I was a baby."
Gunn: "He"s dust, Bobby, forget about him."
Bobby: "I"m not a baby."
Alonna: "He needs a doctor."
Gunn: "Not any more."
"James - how are we fixed for tonight?"
James: "Beck and me lifted some canned stuff. Wasn"t much in the bins behind Mel"s - and we got that I told them we don"t take squatters."
Gunn: "Everybody eats."
Madam: "We don"t do vampires. Sorry."
Angel: "I just came to talk."
Madam: "We don"t do that either."
Angel: "His name is Lenny Edwards. You know him?"
Madam: "Even if I did, I wouldn"t tell you."
Angel: "You"re discreet. That"s good."
Madam: "Essential in my line of work."
Angel: "How discreet would you say it is for one of your clients to be secretly photographed here - and then blackmailed?"
Angel: "Bad for business, I guess. You tell me where I can find Lenny Edwards and maybe I just might stop this before word hits the street."
Madam: "Who is the girl?"
Angel: "I don"t know. But the clients name is David Nabbit."
Madam: "Lina! Talk to Lina."
Lina: "Oh, he"s a pretty one."
Madam: "He"s a vampire, Lina."
Lina: "Really? Well, we can make an exception. Just don"t do - that face thing, and we"ll get along great.
Look, ma, no hands!"
Madam: "That"s not why he"s here, Lina."
Angel: "I"m looking for him? - I think your boss here would like you to co-operate."
Alonna: "See my brother?"
Gunn, we need to talk."
Gunn: "Yeah, what of?"
Alonna: "What happened to Bobby..."
Gunn: "No! No. We don"t talk about that. That"s done."
Alonna: "We"re dying here, Gunn."
Gunn: "Everybody dies. I"m just trying to make sure that when we die, we stay dead."
Alonna: "It shouldn"t have gone down the way it did. You"re getting reckless."
Gunn: "I do what I got to do."
Alonna: "No, you do more than you got to do. Three weeks, G. Three weeks and no teeth and you had to ring the dinner bell like that? You just couldn"t go another day without getting a little death in, could you?"
Gunn: "You think I like this?"
Alonna: "No, I think you love it. And you won"t quit until you get as close to death as you possibly can."
Gunn: "You"re wrong."
Alonna: "I hope so. - Because I don"t want to lose you, too."
Gunn: "Hey. That"s not gonna happen little sister. - All right?
It"s never gonna happen."
Yo, Chain! You found them?"
Chain: "Dead boy led me right to its nest. It"s close - practically right around the corner."
Chain: "Four blocks - right next to the old Blue Jean factory."
Gunn: "All right. Cool. Now we got a chance to do some real damage."
Guy: "Incoming! Moving this way fast. Jumping roof top to roof top."
Gunn: "You were followed?"
Chain: "No way."
Gunn: "Let"s check it out."
Lenny: "What do you want?"
Angel: "Big question. What do I want? Love - family - a place on this planet I can call my own - but you know what?"
Angel: "I"m never going to have any of those things. - And unless these next few minutes go exactly the way I want them to, neither are you. - Where are the pictures of David Nabbit?"
Lenny: "Never heard of him."
Angel: "Oh-ho, you only get one lie.
I probably should have mentioned that first."
Lenny: "Look, pal, you obviously not from around here. But trust me - you do *not* want to see my bad side."
Angel: "You show me yours I show you mine. Okay, so now I"m from around here.
In fact, I"m moving in. Taking over, you understand me? I will dog you every night for the rest of your very short life until you bring me what I want.
Are we clear? Yeah. See you tomorrow."
Chain: "Vampire is moving in, huh?"
Gunn nods: "Yeah. Well, he ain"t gonna stay too long."
Nabbit: "Ah. This should take care of your expenses to date. I want you to know I really appreciate what you did at the party."
Wesley: "At the party? What we did at the party?"
Cordy: "It was a wonderful party."
Nabbit: "We talked. We had some good times. It meant a lot to me."
Wesley: "Yes, but - you were paying us to be there."
Nabbit: "I do that all the time. But you guys actually hung with me. It was - it was special."
Cordy: "I"m in charge of the... Oh, mama:'
Wesley: "Good Lord. I think there must be some mistake."
Cordy: "I"m sure Mr. Nabbit knows how to write a check."
Nabbit: "No, there is no mistake. I just - believe in rewarding good work."
Wesley: "This is amazingly generous, Mr. Nabbit, but - we are really not finished with the job."
Nabbit: "It"s only money, and I got sack-fulls, and it"s - it"s David. You guys call me David, okay?"
Cordy: "I like David. It"s such a - strong, masculine name. It just feels - good in your mouth."
Wesley: "Well, - David, you won"t be disappointed. We"ll earn every cent of your generous confidence in our firm."
Wesley: "Feels good in your mouth?"
Cordy: "I was flustered!"
Lenny: "You"re a sneaky son of a bitch, aren"t you?"
Angel: "You brought the photographs?"
Lenny: "Of course I brought them - and a little something extra."
"What ever he"s paying you isn"t enough, is it, big fellow?"
Gunn: "Get him!"
Come on! Speed up!
Alonna! - Don"t shoot."
Angel: "What are you people playing at?"
Gunn: "We"re not playing."
Angel: "You"re gonna get yourselves killed."
Gunn: "We"re gonna get *you* killed first!"
Chain: "Let"s dust him."
Angel: "Ow! - You know, for some reason I"m getting the impression you don"t like me too much! Maybe I"m just over-reacting."
Gunn: "What? You"re gonna pretend that you"re different from the rest of them?"
Angel: "Yeah. And then I just pretend that I just saved her life. You put a lot of work into this. Some clever stuff really.
I"m impressed - but I have a few suggestions."
Gunn: "I don"t think we"re interested."
Angel: "Yeah. You should be. Who do you think that would have killed? We are fighting on the same side."
Chain: "The same side of what?"
Angel: "I didn"t come here to kill you."
Gunn: "It don"t matter why you"re here, or what you are. If you ever show your face down here again, don"t count on any long good-byes."
Wesley: "That"s very nice work. I"m sure Nabbit will be greatly relieved to get these back. Oh my."
Angel: "It"s upside down."
Wesley: "Certainly not something one would want framed."
Cordy: "How does it feel?"
Wesley: "I can"t possibly imagine it"s pleasant."
Cordy: "I"m talking to Angel."
Wesley: "Oh, right. Sorry."
Angel: "It feels.. it feels better."
Cordy: "You should rest. You look like..."
Angel: "Like I"ve been beaten and stabbed?"
Cordy: "Want to see the check again?"
Angel: "I want to find those kids. I don"t think any of them have homes. They"re probably living together somewhere."
Wesley: "How many are there?"
Angel: "I"m not sure. 6, 7, maybe more? A couple of them couldn"t have been more than 16."
Cordy: "God. 20 minutes ride from billionaires and crab puffs
kids going to war."
Angel: "This isn"t something they just started doing. I mean, they were ready. They"ve been pushed to this."
Wesley: "In which case I can certainly understand their - stake first and ask questions later state of mind. It"s how they survive."
Cordy: "And the idea of a - vampire in a white hat probably seems a little - give me a breaky?"
Angel: "They"re in over their heads. They"re going to get themselves killed. If they"re hunting vampires there has to be a nest in the area. Wesley, I want you to find out where those kids live."
Wesley: "Consider it done."
Angel: "I"m gonna find that nest - before they do. - It"ll have to be close - probably in a 10 block area and it"ll have to be a building with sewer access. Can I just see that check again?"
Knox: "Street trash - that"s what they are. Just stupid, human street trash. For 70 years we ruled this neighborhood. It was our neighborhood.
Used to be decent people lived here - working people. And now? - You can"t even finish one without wanting to puke! - And whose fault is it? Hmm? Theirs? - I don"t think so. - It"s our fault.
We let this happen. We got lazy.
We dropped our guard. Ty, you"ve been lured into an ambush before?
Of course not. - Ty has been around for almost as long as me. He"s survived, like me, because he"s smart. But they did this to him - and that means that they could do it to any-one of us. And why? Because this street trash ain"t afraid to go for the heart.
And now that"s what we"re gonna do. No more picking them off one by one.
We concentrate on the heart. Take the heart and the rest will fall."
Chain: "I don"t want to hear this."
Alonna: "I"m saying he could be useful."
Chain: "Gunn, don"t even listen to her."
Alonna: "You know there is something different about him. I"m just saying, he knows stuff that we don"t and he didn"t have to do what he did."
Chain: "And if he hadn"t, he would have been dead."
Chain: "No maybe. We would have killed him."
Gunn: "The guy bugs me, Alonna."
Alonna: "Everybody bugs you."
Gunn: "You bug me the most."
Alonna: "What? - I"m trying to keep you alive. I"m not saying, trust him."
Gunn: "It just don"t play. I mean, if he"s not looking to kill, what"s he want? And why the hell would he come to a place like this?"
Angel: "Where are they?"
Alonna: "Hey. I got some food."
Gunn: "I"m not hungry."
Alonna: "Not hungry? When"s the last time you ate?"
Gunn: "Oh, seems like just yesterday."
Alonna: "Well, Poe went to the market."
Alonna: "No, Jason had his back. They got away clean."
Gunn: "Oh, yeah, like last time?"
Alonna: "No, no cops this time, no chase. Come on, you eat this. Well, they got some other stuff. They got - ah, hamburger, and some apples and lots of other stuff. Looks like we"re gonna have a home cooked meal tonight. What?"
Gunn: "Get everybody out."
Alonna: "What is it?"
Gunn: "Just do it! Now!"
Alonna: Come on, everybody!
Get up! Get up!
Gunn: "Get everybody outside - into the daylight. Do it."
Guy: "They are coming in? Don't they have to be invited?"
Gunn: "I don"t know."
Chain: "Are they in? - Where are they?"
Alonna: "Go! Go! Go!"
Chain: "I don"t see nothing. - There is nothing."
Gunn: "Oh god. - Alonna!"
Alonna: "No! Help! Help! No. Gunn!"
Cordy: "You know - there is nothing like riding in a convertible - with the top down to make you see the sun and the sand Mmm - smell that salt air!"
Wesley: "That"s not salt."
Cordy: "I don"t think it"s *air* either, - but reality is a choice, Wesley. You see what you wanna see and I see what I wanna see."
Wesley: "A man exiting an alley pushing a shopping cart."
Cordy: "No - I see a very tan life-guard type with large..."
Wesley: "No, over there. These kids must have got electricity into their building. They might have tapped into one of the power lines and run it illegally.
If I could spot the tap, that would tell us where their hide-out is. You go ask this gentleman if he"s seen anyone that fits the description of our young vampire killers, while I check the power line for any taps."
Cordy: "Uh, why don"t you ask him and I check for taps?"
Wesley: "Because - you can imagine him as a scantily clad, buff, young stud, while I am stuck with the naked truth."
Angel: "Ask me in."
You are going to get a lot of people killed."
James: "I suck, okay?"
Gunn: "You don"t want to be here."
Angel: "Going after them is what they expect you to do."
Gunn: "I don"t need advice from some middle- class white dude, that"s dead! You don"t know what my life is. You have no idea what it"s like down here."
Angel: "Some of you will die, maybe all of you."
Chain: "People die all the time - some just for talking too much."
Gunn: "We"re done."
Angel: "Look, I can help you. Unless, of course, death is what you're after - then you"re on your own."
Gunn: "I"m always on my own."
Angel: "It doesn"t have to be that way. Why can"t we do this together?"
Gunn: "You figure it out."
"Hold up. Give me 10 minutes to check it out."
Chain: "What if you"re not back in 10?"
Gunn: "Come on down and kill anything that moves."
Alonna: "Hey, big brother. What took you so long?"
Gunn: Oh, God. You"re not... dead."
Alonna: "Shh! Don"t be sad. - I"m not."
Gunn: "They killed you."
Alonna: "Do I look dead to you? - I am stronger, faster and better than ever.
We were on the right track - just on the wrong team. All that rage and hatred we got?
We get to keep all that, only on this side there is no guilt, no grief - just the hunt and the kill - and the fun! And come on, how often did we go out in the daylight anyway?"
Gunn: "Alonna, I can"t do this!"
Alonna: "You were made for this. - Oh, and all that misery and moping gone, I promise you."
Gunn: "I was never gonna let anything happen to you. I was supposed to protect you. You were my sister."
Alonna: "I still am. So why don"t you kill me? - Why *don"t* you?
Ah! *You* can"t! Because you got the guilt - and I got the greatest guilt cure ever. I can free you! We can be together - our family can stay together - forever.'
Cordy: "Trying to open that? They locked you in, huh?"
Angel: "No. I just love old meat lockers."
Wesley: "You should"ve tried to call us on your cell phone. You probably forgot you had it."
Angel: "These things hardly ever work. Besides it was a lot easier and quicker to just.. Look, I"m the boss here, I say when we use the cell phones and people are gonna die and - I have to go."
Cordy: "You"re welcome!"
Alonna: "Remember when we were kids - in that shelter on Plummer Street, hmm?
Second floor was all rotted out. You used to dare kids to cross, and of *course* you were the best at it, because you were the - you were the bravest.
I wanted to be like you so bad, so I went up, and the floor gave out. I would have broken my neck, but - you"d been watching me the whole time.
You were standing right below - and you caught me. - Ever since I can remember you"ve been looking out for me. - But you don"t have to any more, because I"m good, and it"s my turn to look out for you now."
Alonna: "Look at you. You"re running and hiding, cold and hungry. You call that living? You"re the one that"s falling now.
Let me catch you. - Don't you want to stop falling? I"m gonna fix it. Oh, say goodbye to everything you ever knew."
Angel: "Let"s get out of here."
Chain: "Dude! What are you waiting on? How did he get out?"
Gunn: "Yo, don"t. We"re leaving."
Knox: "I don"t think so. - She was so sweet your sister - so smooth going down, if you know what I mean. - You wanted a war? Well, this is it."
Angel: "Here is the deal: you can go."
Angel: "*If* you go now - and I don"t ever see any of you again, you get to live."
Knox: "Are you high?"
Angel: "LA is my territory, you want to stay out of it for the rest of your eternal lives. These kids, my town, off limits form now on."
Knox: "Who the hell are you? You know who you"re talking to, you fool?"
Angel: "The name"s Angelus. And I wasn"t actually talking to you.
So - do we have a truce? Or do you wanna die?"
Chain: "Truce? We can take them."
Angel: "Not without them taking a couple of you."
Chain: "Gunn, you came all this way, you"re not gonna kill any vamps?"
Gunn: "I already did."
Wesley: "I asked for a coffee. I know it must be in here someplace. Are you alright? You haven"t said two words since we left the office."
Cordy: "Oh, I was just thinking about those kids."
Wesley: "Yes. That place was pretty awful."
Cordy: "And I thought my first apartment was bad. Can you believe people actually live there?"
Wesley: "Well, it certainly gives one a sense of perspective, doesn"t it?"
Cordy: "Yes, it does. - And I think, prespectively speaking, I might want to - prostitute myself to billionaire David Nabbit."
Cordy: "What I mean is - he"s a nice guy who wants companionship. I could use some security. So when I say "prostitute" what I mean is.."
Cordy: "For instance."
Wesley: "Do you think you really could?"
Cordy: "I don"t know. - I could probably learn to love him. Looks aren"t everything - or chemistry - personality, that"s important. And except for a lot of other - It"s not what"s on the outside that - Yeah. Never mind. - I"m *fine* here. - Poor - alone."
Gunn: "What are you doing here?"
Angel: "Skulking - professionally."
Gunn: "Look, I"m glad for what you did, okay? But I don"t need no Guardian Angel, and I don"t need no talking to. It"s not gonna change the way things are down here, man. They"re gonna keep coming, and we"re gonna keep fighting."
Angel: "I know."
Gunn: "That"s it? You ain"t gonna talk *at* me, - be all daddy-figure?"
Angel: "What am I gonna tell you - that you haven"t already learned?"
Gunn: "I killed her."
Angel: "You didn"t."
Gunn: "Near enough. - She was the reason, man. - How come you do it? How come you"re out here?"
Angel: "What else are we gonna do?
I"ll be around."
Gunn: "I don"t need no help."
Angel: "I might."