Angel: Season 3, Episode 2

That Vision Thing (1 Oct. 2001)

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Angel is forced to help Wolfram and Hart free a man being held by the Powers That Be after the law firm hires a demon who can cause Cordelia to experience terrifying visions and pain.

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Angel is forced to help Wolfram and Hart free a man being held by the Powers That Be after the law firm hires a demon who can cause Cordelia to experience terrifying visions and pain.

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This episode marks the first appearance of the character Skip who was named after producer Skip Schoolnik. See more »

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When Lorne is reading Cordelia's mind the second time you can clearly see a part of arm that isn't green. See more »

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Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: [to Gunn] No, Gunn, you misunderstand. I mean, I'm not saying that we act differently. I just think we should be gentle in our...
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The One Where Cordelia's Visions Are Killing Her...
26 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode is really good. Personally, better than the Season 3 Premiere episode. In this episode, Cordelia has some visions. Like pretty much every episode since halfway through Season 1, when Doyle gave her his visions. But these visions are actually hurting her. Not in the way that she normally gets hurt, with headaches and brain blasts, she gets burned when she someone getting burned, and she gets cuts and boils. All such horrible things. Turns out, that The Powers That Be aren't sending her these visions like usual. They're being hacked in, by special guest star, Kal Penn. It's all because of Lilah from Wolfram and Hart. She's so annoying.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10.


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