Synopsis by Brian J. Dillard
With the help of Angel (David Boreanaz), Detective Kate Lockley (Elisabeth Rohm) arrests a mobster named Little Tony Papazian (John Capodice). His lawyers at Wolfram & Hart send a very special sensitivity trainer into her precinct to rile things up. The trainer, Allen Lloyd (Ron Marasco), uses supernatural powers to turn Kate and her fellow cops into blubbering, sensitive new age guys and gals. Her inhibitions loosened by the magical command to share her feelings, Kate suffers a bizarre breakdown during the retirement dinner of her father (John Mahon), a gruff, uniformed cop. Soon, Angel himself is letting loose his inner child. Doyle (Glenn Quinn) and Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) are horrified at their boss' sweet new demeanor, but the therapy spell can't keep Angel from defeating Little Tony. Wolfram & Hart drop their client and decide it's time to keep a closer eye on Angel. Originally broadcast November 9, 1999, on the WB network, "Sense and Sensitivity" marked season one, episode six of the supernatural comedy drama. Kate's father would figure prominently several episodes later, in "Prodigal."