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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When Angel is checking on Cordelia in the bathroom after she has her vision, he doesn't seem to notice that she is wounded. He should have noticed the smell of blood on her and known something was wrong. 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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If I lose the visions, I wouldn't be able to help you anymore. You wouldn't need me
20 January 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

If I lose the visions, I wouldn't be able to help you anymore. You wouldn't need me - When it's a 'Cordy' episode you can always guess that it's going to be treat, and a treat it was. This episode was actually supposed to be the third episode but got switched with That Old Gang Of Mine for some reason, that's why the 'Fred' storyline doesn't make all that much sense as she is more calm about going outside unlike in TOGOM. What I also love about this season is that all the characters are so likable, and there is plenty of character attraction, most notable 'Cangel', in the other seasons the characters are too individual while they are more like a family in this one. 'Lilah' begins to shine now that 'Lindsey' is outta the way, she can come out of his shadow and truly show her great evilness, her chemistry with 'Gavin' was also great, not because of him but because she makes any character that talks to her look good. Evil 'Skip' appears for the first time who eventually leads 'Cordy' to her own doom, also 'Billy' who is played by Justin Shilton makes his first appearance, he even gets his own episode later this season. That Vision Thing is a wonderful episode with a kick-ass cliffhanger where 'Darla' says that it's time to go back and visit daddy. LILAH: You're a remarkable man, Angel. ANGEL: Yeah, and you're an evil b!tch.


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