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"Beauty and the Beast" seems to be going with a beast-of-the-week strategy in Season 2.
How many of these criminally inclined beasts will Vincent have to kill before he's free to return to Catherine? It's hard to say, but there is at least one fewer beast out there by the end of "Hot Head."
On top of this, Vincent's memories start coming back at an ever-faster pace. Find out how much of the old Vincent comes back in this recap.
Relaxing is hard work
One of the recurring themes throughout "Hot Head" is Catherine's need to relax and unwind a bit after months spent obsessed with bringing Vincent back. She can't even find her own clothes -- that's how disorganized and disinterested Cat has been lately.
But now, armed with the stressful knowledge that a) Vincent isn't the man/beast she loves anymore and b) her father wasn't really her father, »
Big changes are coming to "Beauty and the Beast" in Season 2. What sorts of changes? Spoilers and casting details for upcoming give us a hint of what Vincent and Catherine will have to deal with this fall.
Watch out for the "One Tree Hill" villain
Paul Johansson, who played the nefarious Dan Scott on "One Tree Hill," has been cast to guest-star in episode 6 of Season 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actor will play Kurt, an arrogant and powerful businessman in Manhattan and the father of Tori (Amber Skye Noyes). Kurt has had a somewhat incredible rise in wealth over the previous few years, something that has made him paranoid. As a result, security surrounds both Kurt and his daughter.
Old friends, new threats
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Question: I read that Penny and Sheldon will bond during Leonard’s absence on The Big Bang Theory – do you have any more details on this? —Emily
Ausiello: I can confirm that there will be some hugging (see photo, right). I can also confirm that there will be an exchange of classified information. “They [share] a couple of intimate secrets about each other,” exec producer Steven Molaro teases of the CBS comedy’s Sept. 26 opener. “They have some really sweet scenes together. »
- Michael Ausiello
3 items from 2013
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