While attempting to learn more about Vincent's mission, Cat gets kidnapped by Vincent.

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Gabe Lowen
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Despite Gabe and JT's warnings, Cath still trusts blindly in now much more ruthless Vincent's love. He's tracked down to Riker's prison, where he shoots a drug cartel baron so he can intrude as 'MD on call'. When Cath come too close, he handcuffs her, admits feeling a strange attraction, yet refuses to disclose his present master (actually her father, FBI agent Bob Reynolds) and after sex ties her up again. Written by KGF Vissers

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There's an elephant in the room
14 October 2013 | by (FanFic Author: Melbourne Australila) – See all my reviews

I can certainly say this episode is evocative. I don't know that it was intended that way, but it has certainly amped up discussions between the #beasties, but that is all I am going to say on this subject.

Tess and JT, they are both priceless. I love their quick wits and I was heartbroken when JT said to Tess, that "at least you friend remembers you" I am sure JT is totally missing Vincent right now, and I really felt for him in at moment.

The #Vincat chemistry is hitting me in the face again and I believe everything going on between them is extremely plausible. Cat is doing everything she can to get Vincent to remember her and Vincent - reprogrammed as he is, is fighting an unknown "pull" that he doesn't understand. This man can pick out her heartbeat in a crowded room, over the top of thumping nightclub music - If that isn't something special then I don't know what it would take to move your heart. Kudos to the writers for writing this as they have. I think it is sublimely portrayed.

Personally I think the show needed this "elephant" to occur to remind us that Vincent 2.0 is NOT the same Vincent from Season 1 in any way at this point in the season.

Jay Ryan is doing a fantastic job of playing the two sides of this Beast 2.0 and I am, without doubt, excited and anticipating the next episode.


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