We’re brought into the season with Catherine and her flashbacks, which give us some extra background on what happened after Vincent was taken.
She saved Gabe!
I don’t know about you, but I never saw that one coming. We finished off season one with Gabe putting his life before Vincent and trying to kill both Catherine and our other favorite beast. But after Catherine revives him, we find that Gabe is no longer a beast. He got exactly what he wanted.
Poor JT has been on the hunt for Vincent and he shares Catherine’s pain, that is until they find him or someone who looks like him on a security camera in a ship yard. Leave it to Catherine to race off to save the day, only to actually ruin it. We find that Vincent’s mission is to kill Yakuza, the man that made him into a beast for the government. Vincent goes beast and almost has Yakuza when Catherine arrives. Her irrational thinking causes Vincent to try to attack her, but lucky for her JT and Gabe arrive in the nick of time.
When Vincent wakes up, he knows no one. Not even the woman who has spent the last three months crying over him and missing him. Kind of seems odd, huh? We found that Catherine’s real dad was connected to Vincent’s capture at the end of last season and now he can’t remember Catherine at all. Hm…it seems too convenient.
But memory isn’t the only thing that Vincent has lost, he no longer can heal himself and his scar is gone. His senses have all heightened and he can track anyone or anything like an animal. Catherine’s dad, Reynolds, seems to be using all of this to his advantage with Yakuza. He tells Vincent to go after him again and this time finish the job.
Again, Catherine ruins it. It seems to be an ongoing trend with her. Vincent breaks into his lab and Catherine follows like a puppy dog. When Catherine is about to die from lack of oxygen, Vincent is faced with a choice, save Catherine or kill Yakuza.
Catherine’s father is not happy when he finds that Yakuza got away and that his daughter is the constant reason his plans continue to fail. It causes you to wonder what he would do in order to get the job done. Will he finish off Catherine the same way her mother was finished off.
Vincent gets smart and after pacifying Catherine to sleep, he finishes off his revenger with Yakuza. What will happen now? Will Reynolds give Vincent yet another mission to complete? Is he going to continue to be an assassin? Or will he be able to continue his old life off the grid.
Find out Monday at 9/8C 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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