Borrowing Array method to an object with call

Issue

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I just come across the concept of decorator and apply-call methods.
Why should I use an apply method here, even if it works without that. I can just pass “return func(…args)” and it still works. I understood the concept if I was working with an object method while having a returning this I should have used “apply” or “call”,but why is it forwarding the call here with a function? On top of that, how the “.calls” property is getting passed to work.calls ?

    function work(a, b) {
      alert( a + b ); 
    }

function spy(func) {

  function wrapper(...args) {
    wrapper.calls.push(args);
    return func.apply(this, args);
  }

  wrapper.calls = [];

  return wrapper;
}
    
    work = spy(work);
    
    work(1, 2); 
    work(4, 5); 
    
    for (let args of work.calls) {
      alert( 'call:' + args.join() ); 
    }



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