Season 1, Episode 6: Sense and Sensitivity

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Written by Tim Minear, Directed by James A. Contner

Guest starring Elisabeth Rohm as Kate Lockley, John Capodice, John Mahon, Ron Marasco

Co-starring Alex Skuby as Harlan, Kevin Will as Heath, Thomas Burr as Lee Mercer, Ken Abraham as Spivey, Jimmy Shubert as Johnny Red, Ken Grantham as lieutenant, Adam Donshik as uniform cop #1, Kevin E. West as uniform cop #2, Wilson Bell as uniform cop #3, Colin Patrick Lynch as beat cop, Steve Schirripa as henchman, Christopher Paul Hart as traffic cop


"Am I wrong in thinking that a 'please' and 'thank you' is generally considered good form when requesting a dismemberment?" -Cordelia

"Does giant tentacle spew come out with dry-cleaning?" -Cordelia

"Mr. and Mrs. Spock need to mind-meld now." -Cordelia

"You've got pensive face." -Cordelia
"I've always got pensive face." -Angel
"PensivER face." -Cordelia

"Look at Doyle. Really look at him. What do you see?" -Kate
"A bad double poly-blend?" -Cordelia

"I don't want to come off as insensitive but if either one of you try and stop me I'll have to blow you the crap away because I'm gonna find my dad." -Kate

"My parents were great. They tasted a lot like chicken." -Angel

"Okay, I think someone needs a hug." -Angel

"What's the magic word?" -Angel
"Ugh." -Cordelia
"I don't believe 'ugh' is the magic word, if one would call it a word, and even then, certainly not a magic one." -Angel
"We don't have time for this." -Cordelia
"There's always time to be considerate of others, Cordelia." -Angel
"Oh please." -Cordelia
"See? Not so hard, now, was it?" -Angel

"That gun really makes you come off as hostile." -Kate

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