Synopsis by Brian J. Dillard
Although Angel (David Boreanaz) has reunited with his co-workers, regaining their trust isn't easy. Wesley (Alexis Denisof) is now in charge, and Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) tells Angel outright that although they may be working together, they're no longer friends. One of Cordy's own friends, former Sunnydale resident and classic ditz Harmony Kendall (Mercedes McNab), soon arrives in town for a visit. Unaware that Harmony is now a vampire (see Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "The Harsh Light of Day" and various other episodes of that series), Cordy invites the girl to stay with her. When Harm confesses that she wants to jump Cordelia, Cordy assumes she's gone sapphic. A phone call to actual lesbian Willow (Buffy mainstay Alyson Hannigan) soon sets her, ahem, straight. But Harmony claims she's trying to learn not to be evil. Cordy gives her friend the benefit of the doubt and insists on inviting Harmony to hang out with the crew. This causes no end of annoyance to the others, who are working on a case involving a guru-turned-vampire who now runs an undead pyramid scheme. Harmony proves a crucial ally in infiltrating the network, but she's so stupid that the charlatan easily convinces her to betray her friends. Nevertheless, Angel's team is triumphant, and Cordy can't find it in her heart to stake Harmony. As the team recovers from her eventful visit, Angel buys his way back into Cordelia's heart by purchasing her an entire new wardrobe. Originally broadcast April 17, 2001, on the WB network, "Disharmony" marked season two, episode 17 of the supernatural comedy drama.