Synopsis by Brian J. Dillard
Beaurocratic Wolfram & Hart antagonist Gavin Park (Daniel Dae Kim, see "Over the Rainbow") brings an unlikely weapon to bear upon Angel (David Boreanaz) -- building-code violation notices for the Art Deco hotel the vampire detective calls home. Angel has more pressing issues to worry about, however; although Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) is long accustomed to the pain that accompanies her visions, she begins to suffer increasingly dreadful -- and physical -- side effects. When The Host (Andy Hallett) uses his psychic abilities to find out why The Powers That Be would want to hurt their emissary, he learns that another Wolfram & Hart associate is actually behind Cordy's distress. With the help of a psychic (Kal Penn), Lilah Morgan (Stephanie Romanov), has jacked into Cordy's pipeline to the Powers and cranked the juice way, way up. Lilah agrees to cease the attack, but only if Angel will travel to a hell dimension and free a prisoner (Justin Shilton) who's a client of her evil law firm. Angel complies, but then kills the psychic and warns Lilah that she'll be next if she ever tries to harm Cordy again. Meanwhile, Darla (Julie Benz) consults with her South American shaman and learns that he can do nothing to halt her mysterious pregnancy. Originally broadcast October 1, 2001, on the WB network, "That Vision Thing" marked season three, episode two of the supernatural comedy drama. The Wolfram & Hart client whom Angel frees from captivity returns several episodes later in "Billy."