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Gunn: "We"re almost there. We"re almost there. Yo! Anybody home?"
Cordy: "Oh my God! Angel!"
Wesley: "What happened?"
Gunn: "I don"t know. He"s been kind of in and out. I only got half the story. The half that didn"t make sense."
Wesley: "Angel?"
Angel: "It"s no, it"s no time. No, no time."

Wesley: "Okay. Okay. Let"s sit him down here."
Cordy: "Where was he?"
Gunn: "Coming from the motel."
Cordy: "*Darla"s* motel?"
Angel: "Should have heard them."
Gunn: "I managed to get him to the truck without him bursting into flames or anything."
Wesley: "He"s hurt."
Gunn: "Place was a wreck. Something went down there, something not good."
Wesley: "Angel?"
Angel: "I was just so - so tired."

Cordy: "Where is Darla?"
Gunn: "I don"t know. She wasn"t there."
Cordy: "I knew it. She did this to him. I knew she couldn"t be trusted!"
Angel: "She"s dead."
Cordy: "What?!"
Angel: "I should have stopped them. They made her drink."
Wesley: "Angel?"
Angel: "She didn"t want to. You think - that you can resist, but then it"s-it"s-it"s too late."

Wesley: "Someone made Darla drink?"
Angel: "It was her."
Cordy: "Okay, way too many pronouns here. Who"s "her"?"
Angel: "Drusilla."
Cordy: "Drusilla"s here?"
Wesley: "Good Lord."
Gunn: "Who"s Drusilla?"
Wesley: "Angel? - Angel..."
Gunn: "Am I right in guessing this Drusilla got a set of teeth on her?"
Wesley: "Yes. She"s a vampire."
Gunn: "I think I"m starting to get the picture now."
Wesley: "Perhaps you should sit down."
Angel: "I have to find her."
Cordy: "Drusilla?"
Gunn: "She probably ain"t in *there*."
Cordy: "He"s delirious."
Angel: "I can save her."
Wesley: "Save whom?"
Angel: "Darla."
Wesley: "Angel, if what you"ve been saying is so there"s no saving Darla. It"s too late."

Angel: "It"s not too late!"
Wesley: "It is! She"s dead already and come nightfall she will rise again."
Angel: "She won"t. I can save her from that."


Gunn: "Okay. I"m still trying to get this family tree straight. - Darla sired Angel."

Wesley: "Correct."
Gunn: "And Angel sired this Drusilla?"
Wesley: "Back when he and Darla were together, yes."
Gunn: "But before Angel got his soul back, right?"
Wesley: "Certainly."
Gunn: "Now these lawyers, they brought Darla back as human. Now this Drusilla-vamp goes and bites Darla?"

Wesley: "So it would seem."
Gunn: "Making her a vampire again."
Wesley: "That"s the cosmological upshot, yes. Darla"s human self has died and sometime before dawn, unless Angel can stop it, she will rise again, a soulless demon."
Gunn: "So that means..."
Wesley: "The clock is ticking."
Gunn: "No, no, what I"m saying is, that means the granddaughter remade the grandmother."
Wesley: "Oh... - yes."
Gunn: "Man, somehow that weirds me out more than the whole bloodsucking thing."
Wesley: "How do you feel?"
Angel: "What do you got?"
Wesley: "Uhm, sunset is at 5:47 P.M. which is *was* six minutes ago, and sunrise is at 6:15 A.M."
Angel: "It could happen anytime before then. Anything?"
Cordy: "Lindsey McDonald"s assistant says he *is* in the office, but he"s in a meeting. Has been all day."
Angel: "Right."
Wesley: "Angel, you realize you can"t go into those offices undetected."
Angel: "And I"m not going to. That"s what they want me to do."
Wesley: "You don"t believe you"d find him there anyway."
Angel: "I was at the only meeting Lindsey McDonald had today."

Cordy: "So where are you going then?"
Angel: "To his home."
Gunn: "I"ll go with you."
Wesley: "Yes. We all will."
Angel: "No. You"re all staying here."
Cordy: "You can"t go in uninvited, remember? You need *us*!"
Angel: "Not this time."
Cordy: "So, what"s the plan? Stand outside his door and make remarks?"
Angel: "He already invited me in once. This time when I kick that door down, I go through it - alone."
Woman: "Excuse me. The open house isn"t until Saturday."
Angel: "The man who was living here, do you know where he went?"
Woman: "Moved."
Angel: "When?"
Woman: "Ah, the truck was here yesterday."
Angel: "Did he leave a forwarding address?"

Woman: "Well, I really - can"t give out..."

Angel: "This is an emergency. It"s regarding a - a mutual friend who"s in need of some immediate - medical attention."
Woman: "Well, he"s asked that I - forward everything to his place of employment. - Do you know where that is?"
Angel: "Yeah. - Thanks."
Woman: "This is about the - cousin, isn"t it?"
Angel turns back: "Cousin?"
Woman: "That sweet, but very odd English girl who was visiting him?"

Angel: "Yeah. Yes, it is."
Woman: "I knew that pregnancy was in trouble the moment she told me about it. Thin as a rail. Couldn"t be healthy - for the baby."

Angel: "She said she was having a baby?"

Woman: "She was very excited about getting the nursery ready for the birth. I offered to show her some two-bedroom..."

Angel: "Of course. Dru would want the ritual."

Woman: "...but she wasn"t interested. I-I think she wanted something on the west side anyway. She insisted that her daughter would be born near the stars."

Angel: "Stars."
Woman: "Well, she"s foreign. I explained to her you can live your whole life in Los Angeles and never even see a star."

Dru: "I can hear them singing to me."
Lindsey: "So this place works for you?"
Dru: "Oh, yeah. Grandmother is very pleased with it. - I can tell. - Aren"t you, Grandmother? My daughter."
Lindsey: "Can she hear you?"
Dru: "She"s *dead.*"
Lindsey: "Oh - of course."
Dru: "Shh, just for now."
Lilah: "Think maybe *now* you"ve got a shot with her?"
Lindsey: "Lilah..."
Lilah: "Don"t let me interrupt you."
Holland: "Drusilla, you are positively glowing."

Dru: "I"m going to be a mummy."
Holland: "Yes. Yes, you are. Is there anything you need? Anything at all?"
Dru: "No."
Holland: "Well if you find you do, you know how to get in touch with us. Now we would all *love* to - stay for the birth,
but we have a previous engagement we must prepare for."

Dru: "I have preparations to make myself."
Holland: "Of course you do, and we"ll leave you to it then."
Lindsey: "Ah, maybe I should stay."

Holland: "This is a *family* matter, Lindsey. We best leave it that way."
Dru: "Run and catch, run and catch, the lamb is caught in the blackberry patch."
Cordy: "Okay, here"s the list of local cemeteries, funeral homes and mausoleums."
Gunn: "You telling me we got to go to every one of these places and start digging up fresh graves?"
Angel: "Drusilla will want to put the body in the ground."
Wesley: "Angel, are you certain about this? A burial isn"t necessary for a newly made vampire to..."
Angel: "It would be for Drusilla. She"s a classicist."
Cordy: "She"s a loony."
Angel: "Forget mausoleums. Stick with cemeteries, something with a view of the night sky."
Cordy: "So, just outside cemeteries then."

Angel: "Yeah."
Gunn: "Doesn"t narrow it down much."
Wesley: "If it"s just a burial she"s after - one doesn"t need a cemetery for that, I"m afraid, just - *dirt* really."
Cordy: "Still not narrowing. Whole planet? Pretty much made up of dirt."

Angel: "Maybe I"m looking at this wrong. - Dru doesn"t see this thing as a death - but as a birth. She talked about getting the nursery ready."
Wesley: "Angel, I fear you may be looking for a logical pattern in the rantings of someone who doesn"t think logically."

Angel: "Soil. - Soil near the stars. She said she wanted to be near the stars. She used to - talk to the stars. She spent *hours* in my garden in Sunnydale, communing with the night sky."
Gunn: "Maybe she didn"t mean baby nursery. - Well you said she liked the garden. Plant nursery"s got the dirt - the view - and it"s more of a birthplace than a death place. Maybe if we look for one up high that"ll be it."

Cordy: "Maybe look for one that has a relationship with Wolfram and Hart."

Wesley: "Large firm like theirs, they may do business with a corporate supplier.

Dru: "That"s not a fitting gift at all for our newborn grandmummy."
"I saw you coming, my lovely. The moon showed me. It told me to come into the twentieth century."
Angel: "It"s the Twenty-first century, Dru."
Dru: "Hmm, I"m still lagging."
"Now everybody"s home."
"Baby"s up from her little nap."
to grab a hold of Darla before she runs out of Dru: "Grandmum."
Darla: "Angel?"
Cordy: "How"d it go?"
Angel: "Everyone gear up. Grab something sharp. We need to move fast."

Cordy: "I"m gonna guess not great?"
Angel: "They"re out there, both of them."
Wesley: "So you did find them, then? Where are they now?"
Angel: "I don"t know."
Cordy: "But you know where they"re going to be?"
Angel: "Not exactly."
Wesley: "But yet you have your suspicions?"
Angel: "Actually, I don"t."
Cordy: "So it"s more like a hunch."

Angel: "Wouldn"t say hunch."
Cordy: "Would you say inkling? Please tell me you could at least say inkling."
Angel: "For the moment anyway, they"re separated. If we can find one of them before they join up again, we have a good chance of stopping something very ugly before it starts."

Wesley: "Yes, but Angel, I don"t think the four of us in one car patrolling a city of ten million people is going to yield results."

Angel: "You"re right. Which is why we"re going to follow the one solid lead we have - we"re going to Wolfram and Hart."
Cordy: "Hitting the pause button. Wolfram and Hart, as in vampire detectors, crack security system and armed guards? Nice plan, General Custer."

Angel: "Drusilla"s insane, deadly, not in a good mood. Darla - she needs to feed soon, okay? And once she does she"s gonna be that much stronger. Now we got two options: either we go back to the people who brought them both here in the first place, or we sit around, waiting for the bodies to start piling up. - I decided not to wait. Anyone wants to join me - my car"s outside. If not, that"s fine too."

Gunn: "You had *me* at "everyone gear up.""

Angel: "Let"s go."
Holland: "Lindsey - my wife wants to know if you"re bringing a date - to the party this evening. Something about how many crab cakes to order."
Lindsey: "No, I don"t have a date."
Holland: "You"ve been doing stellar work, Lindsey. Don"t think the Senior Partners haven"t noticed."
Lindsey: "Well, I"m happy to hear that, sir."
Holland: "But your hard work isn"t all they notice. It"s also important to have - healthy attachments - outside of the office. Now I know our roles here don"t allow much time to socialize. - Find the time."

Lindsey: "Yes, sir."
Holland: "Now. Don"t be late this evening. I"m uncorking a case of 1928 Chateau Latour."

Lindsey: "I wouldn"t miss it."
Holland: "We"ve all worked very hard. Nothing wrong with appreciating our success."

Dru: "I drank Chateau Latour once. It tasted like lion"s blood."
Holland: "Drusilla. I apologize I didn"t realize you were here. I trust everything went as well as you hoped."
Dru: "I"m very worried about Grandmum. - The building was quite tall - you know?"
Lindsey: "Darla"s a survivor."
Dru: "Angelus wasn"t happy in the least."
Holland: "*Angel* found you Well, not unexpected. How did he fare?"

Dru: "Angelus is on his way here now. He"s *very* cross."
Holland: "Well, I wouldn"t worry too much about that. We"ve taken precautions. The important thing is that we reunite you with your baby."

Lindsey: "Yes? General alert. There"s an untagged vampire in the building."
Holland: "Perhaps we should take our guest to security."
Lindsey: "Darla."
Holland: "Lindsey, no sudden movement."

Darla: "Warm."
Holland: "Let them leave the building without incident."
"*Healthy* attachments, Lindsey."
Wesley: "There"s no good to be done if we don"t get there in one piece."

Angel: "We don"t have much time."
Wesley: "Angel, pull over."
Angel: "I"ll slow down, all right?"
Wesley: "No! Pull over. She"s having a vision."
Gunn: "Tell me it ain"t us she"s seeing, wrapped around a lamppost."
Cordy: "It"s in the other direction. Turn around."
Angel: "We"re almost there!"
Wesley: "Angel!"
Angel: "She should have done this before we left the hotel."
Wesley: "Angel!"
Angel: "Maybe it"s a false alarm."
Dru: "Did I do something to displease you?"

"Grandmother, what?"
"Don"t be angry."
Darla: "Why?"
Dru: "For you. All for you. I thought it was what you wanted - to be saved."
Dru: "All alone. All alone in the dirt. - We"ve lost our way and the little worm won"t dance if he"s told to. No. No."

Guy: "You two wanna move it out of the street? Yeah, that"s right, sweetheart. Why don"t you and your girlfriend take the make-out session on home. The rest of us have lives."

Darla: "Not for long."
Dru: "You"re all new again."
Darla: "Let"s go shopping, hmm?"
Guy: "Morgog - I worship you. - Ruler of the universe, I will throw out my worthless life to you - Morgog... What do you want?"

Wesley: "We"re here to help."
Guy: "No! I-I have to do this. Morgog commands me. His will be done. Morgog... Don"t! Stay back."

Cordy: "Easy, Boss. This kid"s ready to snap, crackle *and* pop. I felt it in my vision. We"ve really got to handle this one with care. You know, delicate... ...ly."

Guy: "Jeez! Oh, jeez!"
Angel: "Listen I"m not here to hurt you, kid, okay? And Morgog"s not the way.
Morgog couldn"t find his way to his hairy spine-hump without a roadmap!
So, don"t go killing yourself, he"s not worth it. And you"ve got, you know a million - reasons - to live - I bet.
Okay? Got it? Good."
Wesley: "Angel, we"re not done here."
Angel: "I am."
Wesley: "The Powers That Be must have had a good reason for sending us here."

Angel: "I don"t have time to figure that out."
Gunn: "Maybe that"s the plan. Maybe they"re trying to keep you from going on this mission."

Wesley: "In any case *that* young man still clearly needs our help!"
Angel: "Go help him. I got more important things to do, okay?"
Dru: "Can I have it? Can I?"
Darla: "Of course, dear, but a little color would bring out your eyes more. Such pretty eyes."

Dru: "Men are drawn to them."
Darla: "Aren"t they, though? Oh. Here."
Dru: "Oh. I"m ringing. - Do you hear it? I"m ringing - all - over! Oh, yeah. I forgot about that."
Darla: "Hello, Holland."
Holland: "Darla. Feeling better I trust?"

Darla: "Like my old self again."
Holland: "Splendid. I understand you girls have been on a little spree."
Darla: "Hmm, is that a problem?"
Holland: "Oh, on the contrary As a matter of fact, I was just thinking - why settle for a spree, when you could have - a - say - a massacre?"
Darla: "A massacre?"
Dru: "Ooh, I like the sound of that."
Holland: "Now, of course you"d have the full weight and support of Wolfram and Hart squarely behind you."
Darla: "I appreciate that Holland."
Holland: "Oh, not at all, Darla. That"s what we"re here for."
Dru: "Do you like it? Am I pretty then?"
Darla: "As a picture. Now if we could only get some shoes to go with it. Oh, excuse me, Miss? Any shoe suggestions for my friend"s ensemble? I said, excuse me-customer with a question here!"

"Service in this place is really unacceptable."

Lilah: "Those two should keep Angel busy for some time."
Lindsey: "Yeah, until he kills them."
Holland: "Oh, I think he"ll find that course of action more difficult than even *he* realizes. - Regardless, Lilah"s correct. We won"t have to worry about Angel anymore."
Angel: "Dru and Darla, where are they?"
Holland: "Angel! I don"t believe we"ve had the pleasure. Holland Manners."

Angel: "I"d be careful who you offer that hand to, Mr. Manners. You might just lose it. Isn"t that right, Lindsey?"

Lindsey: "There"s worse things to lose, aren"t there?"
Angel: "So you"re the one pulling the strings around here?"
Holland: "A few of them. I am division head of Special Projects."
Angel: "Special projects like Darla."
Holland: "Oh, Darla"s just a tool. Means to an end. You"re the project."

Angel: "I can crush the life out of you before they even lift a finger."
Holland: "Oh, I"m sure you can. Just as sure as I am that you won"t."
Angel: "Won"t I?"
Holland: "You don"t kill humans."
Angel: "You don"t qualify. You set things in motion, play your little games up here in your glass and chrome tower, and people die - innocent people."

Holland: "And yet I just can"t seem to care. But you do. And while you"re making threats, wasting time, crashing through windows, your girls are out painting the town red, red, red."

Angel: "Where?"
Holland: "Well, that would be telling. In any case you may want to hurry. So many lives hanging in the balance, waiting for their champion to save them."
Angel: "Hm-mm. As if you"re just gonna let me walk out of here, huh?"
Holland: "As a matter of fact, I am. You misunderstand us, Angel. We don"t want you dead - yet. If we did - you wouldn"t be standing here. Would you please escort our guest out of the building. I would - walk you out myself, but I"m running a little late for a wine tasting at my home, and - just so we"re clear on the matter - you"re not invited."

Lindsey: "I"ll send you a bill for the window and the shirt."
Angel: "Yeah, you do that, and after I stop Darla and Dru I might come back to pay you in person."
Lindsey: "Yeah, go do your little champion of justice thing and then come back and see me - if you make bail. Give him a nice holding cell, officers. With a window - southern exposure preferred. - The firm may not want you dead, but I"m cool with it."

Angel: "Perfect. - So, how do you want to do this? Should I escape now or wait till you transfer me to another holding cell, because I"m really not..."

Kate: "Two people were just murdered in a clothing store at Fifth and Hill. Preliminary reports say that two women were spotted leaving the scene. One of them matches the description of your pal Darla. - They"re not done, are they?"

Angel: "No. - Why are you telling me this?"
Kate: "Because I don"t think I can stop them. - Maybe you can. Pull over."

Catherine: "Lindsey, welcome!"
Lindsey: "Good evening, Catherine."
Catherine: "Thanks. Come on. Holland"s downstairs lording it over his wine cellar. These are lovely. Thank you."
Holland: "And the Senior Partners have informed me that they are very, very pleased - with the work our division has been doing. Things have been progressing nicely - and ahead of schedule - I might add. I would be remiss without extending well-earned praise to the two members of our team who have made it possible (holds up his glass): Lilah Morgan and Lindsey McDonald."
Lilah: "Thank you, Holland."
Holland: "Now it"s no secret that our work is but one small element in a much larger, greater plan - one which the Senior Partners hope t..."

"Ladies. How..."
Darla: "Your wife was kind enough to invite us in, Holland."
Holland: "Ah."
Dru: "Very sweet she was - like clover and honey."
Darla: "Just think of it as our way of giving you what you want."
Holland: "What would I..."
Darla: "I believe you said something about - - a massacre."
Dru: "Pretty lawyers all in a row."

Holland: "I"m glad you"re alive Darla. I"m glad we were able to save you."
Darla: "Are you? I guess you really care about me as a person. I guess I owe all of you. - The *whole* team."

Dru: "You have beautiful skin."
Lilah: "I moisturize."
Dru: "That was very thoughtful of you."
Darla: "You - brought me back as human - a dying one at that. Let me wallow with a soul, then sent me crawling back to Angel, begging him to restore me."
Holland: "Which he should have done right away. - But I miscalculated, I - I thought he cared more than he did."
Darla: "Like you do."
"Grandmum won"t eat the double speak."
Darla: "No. No, she won"t eat *that.*"
Angel: "It"s okay. It"s okay. It"s all over. They"re gone now."
Woman: "They killed those people."
Angel: "I know. The police are here now. They"re gonna take care of you. - You were in here the entire time."
Woman: "I needed a new dress for the office party. This one was too expensive, but - I couldn"t make up my mind and then... I kept thinking they were gonna come in here to kill me, too."
Angel: "I know. - Did you see or hear any of it?"
Woman: "I mostly heard. - I guess I was lucky "cause of the party."
Angel: "You"ll be okay. You"ll make your party."
Woman: "No. Their party. They were in a hurry to get to it."
Angel: "They said something about a party?"
Woman: "A tasting."
Angel: "Why don"t you just, uhm, go on outside and find an officer. - You"ll be okay."

Woman: "Thank you."
"It was just too much."
Dru: "I hear the sirens. They don"t know if the world will be there in the morning."
Lilah: "Do you hear the sirens? Are-are the police coming?"
Lindsey: "No. - She senses what this place was built for."
Holland: "Ah, yes. Drusilla, you"re quite right. This was originally a bomb shelter in the fifties. We had it converted. Wine has always been *my* - passion."
Dru: "People - huddled together, crouching in fear."
Holland: "Yes, yes. I imagine that"s what it would have been like in a war."
Darla: "No. Now. - She means now."

Holland: "Aha. I guess I stepped into that one. - Listen Darla - I am *sorry* that you had to suffer, but look at what"s come out of it. - You"ve been restored. You"re a superior being. You can have anything you want. And there"s not a person in this room who won"t work round the clock - to see that you get it."

Darla: "Hmm. Gung-ho, are they? Because all I"m sensing right now is big, stinky fear.

But not from you. Do you know what I"m getting from you, Lindsey? Nothing. Why aren"t you afraid?"
Lindsey: "I don"t know."
Darla: "You could die here. Chances are you will."
Lindsey: "I know."
Darla: "And you don"t care."
Lindsey: "I care. - I guess I just don"t mind."

Holland: "No one"s going to die here. This is just a friendly get-together amongst colleagues. We"re all on the same - side."
Darla: "I love this room. Dru, honey, in our new digs we *have* to put in a people cellar."

Catherine: "Help us."
Dru: "Daddy"s home."
Darla: "Angelus. - Here for the tasting?"
Dru: "Look what we have for you. It"s not Daddy. It"s never Daddy.
Darla: It"s the Angel-beast. Come to punish us?"
Dru: "Yeah, yeah. Spank us till Tuesday We promise to be bad if you do."

Holland: "Angel...."
Angel: "I"m sorry I didn"t get to you in time."

Darla: "I"m not."
Dru: "He"s soul-sick. Not even thinking about his own family. Only thinking about them."

Darla: "Come on, love. I never did get that good-bye kiss."
Angel: "You will. - But not tonight."
Lilah: "For god"s sake, help us."
Holland: "Angel - please. - People are going to die."
Angel: "And yet, somehow, I just can"t seem to care."
Holland: "Angel? P-please we can negotiate. We..."
Dru: "Daddy."
Wesley: "And you - just walked away?"
Angel: "No, I walked to my car and then I drove away."
Gunn: "You didn"t do *anything*?"
Wesley: "You allowed Darla and Drusilla to have free reign."
Angel: "I didn"t bring either one of them into this. They did."
Wesley: "You could have stopped them."
Angel: "And I will."
Cordy: "When? After they"ve finished off all the people you don"t like?"
Wesley: "Angel, while it"s certainly true that these lawyers brought this on themselves - what you did is..."
Cordy: "...is wrong."
Gunn: "You went too far."
Wesley: "We"ve all been worried about you, and I guess it"s fair to say we all share some of the blame. - We should have spoken up sooner."
Gunn: "And louder."
Cordy: "You have to change the way you"ve been doing things. - Don"t you see where this is taking you?"
Wesley: "Listen to her! Right now the three of us are all that"s standing between you and real darkness."
Gunn: "Best believe that, man."
Angel: "I do. - You"re all fired."

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