When: Shortly after sunset, the next day after the demon baby banquet rescue
Where: Wesley's office
What: An attempted apology
Even if Angel thought everyone had been a little guilty of overreacting, Cordelia, Gunn and himself at finding Max and Wesley missing, and Wesley thinking they had all gone and assumed the first, someone needed to do the apologizing. It'd be nice to just ignore it all, and hope that time brought everyone a new level of understanding, but he knew better. Throat sliced open abandoned in the park, or trapped in a metal box at the bottom of the ocean, better.
So, owning up, taking the blame for everyone, and coming out with a nice heart-felt apology was going to be Angel's next play. Just as soon as he actually brought himself to knock on the door to Wesley's office. He could hear he was in, and although he didn't physically require an invitation, he wasn't about to step foot in the man's sanctum without asking first. Not with him being as pissed as he was the night before, anyway. It'd just add insult to injury.
For Angel's apology to actually mean something, it was going to need to be done properly. He couldn't just apply the tactics he usually used for Cordelia here, either, as easy as it would be to go hunt down some rare and priceless books to throw down on Wesley's desk. Wesley was most certainly immune to bribery. But maybe if he threw in some toys for Max...?
Seeing as he wanted to be allowed to see Max again sometime before the kid turned eighteen, Angel threw any last ditch thoughts of bribery out the window, and finally very lightly knocked on the door to Wesley's office. He opened its door just enough so he could call in "Hey, d'you mind if I come in? That is, if you're not too busy?"