Harmony goes through her daily routine of getting up, leaving her small, but comfortable apartment, and going to work at Wolfram and Hart. Despite still being evil, she’s a lonely vamp dealing with being snubbed by her co-workers, and ignored by Angel and everyone else because of her past and continuing problems with the occupation of being not only a secretary, but a vampire too. She needs her pay check or otherwise she can't stay in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Angel and Gunn attempt to keep the peace between two demon tribes, before they decide to slaughter each other. Things change when Harmony, after an evening out with a one-night-stand, wakes up next to the dead body of the man who happens to be the mediator for the peace negotiations and all evidence points to her. Having disposed of the body, Harmony must keep one step ahead of Fred and the others who are looking for the culprit in an attempt to prove she was not the killer.
Eventually Harmony discovers it was a fellow vampire-secretary who framed her. Dealing with and ultimately staking her allows Harmony to unexpectedly calm the demonic factions (who wanted a sacrifice, any sacrifice) and save the day.
Spike decides to leave town to go to Europe to join Buffy now living there, but at the end, decides to stay.
News Corp: News Corp. is the parent company of Twentieth Century Fox Television, the studio that produces Angel.
Dixie Chicks: Fred asks Harmony if she wants to "grab some wine, jam to the Dixie Chicks." The Dixie Chicks are an all female country music trio; this country music group is very popular in Fred's native Texas.
Detroit Cobras: The song that plays as Harmony wakes up is "Hey Sailor" by Detroit Cobras.