Cat has gone crazy. Finding out that her father wasn’t really her father and obsessing over Vincent has caused her to lose her mind. Even Tess can’t calm her down. Her stressed out life only gets worse when she gets a couple drinks in her and starts a bar fight.
Vincent on the other hand is stressed out too. His memories are coming back and he’s having a hard time keeping his eyes on his mind. We got to see him shirtless quite a few times this episode…sigh… But I digress, his assignments have become more hefty as more beasts have started to turn up.
His new target, Eddie.
Eddie Long was a convicted arsonist that Muirfield pulled for testing. They made him fire-resistant so he could put out fires. Kind of funny that they thought a leopard would change his spots.
Eddie is targeting buildings that were owned by a wealthy oil executive as revenge and won’t stop until he gets them all.
The one time that Catherine doesn’t want to go out and find the new beast, Gabe drags her into it. Gabe wants to know if this beast could be “un-beasted” just like he was at the end of season one. Maybe all of these beasts can be normal again.
To find the beast, Gabe needs Vincent. Too bad it doesn’t turn out as well as they expect. When they find the arson beast, Vincent gets his ass kicked. He’s pulled out by firemen and Gabe has to get him out of there before they check his ID.
Gabe and Vincent don’t give up though. Vincent plays undercover cop and tries to find out more about the case. He runs into a fireman named, Aaron Keller and it all comes flooding back to him.
Aaron Keller is Vincent’s nephew. His father William died in 9/11 and there Vincent couldn’t save him. Vincent and his brother William used to both be firemen together, but after losing his brother, Vincent went to medical school so his mother wouldn’t lose another son to the flames.
Aaron Keller is curious about this arsonist and will do whatever it takes to stop him. After another fire begins, Aaron takes off to find the arsonist. Vincent goes to find his nephew and finds that the arsonist has already found him. Vincent is faced with another choice, save his nephew or finish off Eddie. Of course he’s going to save his nephew, especially after the history he’s had with his father.
Once the nephew is safe, Catherine and Gabe capture Eddie. Gabe’s plan to make Eddie normal again backfires and they’re left beastless.
The scene we’re left with is Vincent and Catherine talking about how things could have gone differently had they had made different choices. They both stare at the Twin Towers site and we’re left with hope that maybe our favorite couple will be together once again.
Find out Monday at 7/8 C on the CW.
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This episode was centered all around the Gabe-Catherine-Vincent love triangle. I’m pretty sick of Catherine and her love life to say the least. The fact that a whole episode was spent on her terrible decisions was quite annoying, especially when we all know the outcome.
Catherine now holds all the cards with our desperate beast. Vincent wants Catherine back in his life and she knows it. She may seem all sweet and innocent, but she is totally playing both Gabe and Vincent like a bad poker game.
Vincent refuses to give up. You’ve got to admire the guy for it. He knows he’s a better choice for Catherine and he knows she doesn’t want the perfect relationship that Gabe is offering her.
Gabe…oh boy. I don’t even know where to start. Jealousy is not becoming on you, buddy. Quit being the needy significant other. We already saw where that got Tori — dead. He’s threatened by Vincent and he does not like that Cat’s old flame is still a major part of her life. His threatening Vincent was laughable. To tell Vincent that he’s a better option for Catherine, is not going to make him back off, it’s only going to make him try to be a better person to prove Gabe wrong. Gabe is fighting a losing battle.
And the last scene of the episode confirms all of our ideas. Catherine and Vincent cannot stay away from each other. I mean, Gabe, do you really think she “accidentally” fell into bed with him? No. She’s in love with him and though she may regret hurting Gabe, she knows what she wants in the long run. She wants Vincent. But is that what she really wants? With one episode left, where do you think the love story will end? With Gabe or Vincent? Tune in Monday at 9/8C on the CW!
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