Cat gets a blast from the past as she attends her high school reunion, where she uncovers more of her past than she ever anticipated. Meanwhile, Vincent meets up with one of his old military buddies who is hiding a very dangerous secret.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Agent Bob Reynolds (as Ted Whittal)
Beth Bowman
Ramzi Ayash ...
Gabe's Assistant
Brandon Thomas ...
Officer Wilton
Lamont James ...
Officer #2
Brittany Kay ...
Cocktail Waitress


Now Vincent remembers his love for Cath again and wants to resume romance, she first lets her schoolmates convince her to a attend a class reunion. J.T. is duly suspicious when Vicnent's former Afghnistan comrade in arms Zach turns up, now a beast who even attacked Vince once before, to make friends, an ex of each in urn being the bone of contention. FBI agent Bob Reynolds secretly tries to handle both former Muirhead boys while officially working with Gabe's NYPD team, but is also revealed to have paid Cath's school as her father. Written by KGF Vissers

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4 November 2013 (USA)  »

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lacking in warmth
4 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode seemed to lose its way. It started out with time line issues. Then there was an overtone of paternalism and sexism that is a little outdated.

The theme seemed to go out of the way to be unromantic and to portray annoyance. This is the first episode of the new season that it felt devoid of deep emotion that we long to see.

There are scenes that were probably a mistake to even be scripted so not sure what the writer's intention was. If this episode was to show distance between the characters or cause us to question the morality or the love between them, he succeeded.

The only scene that seemed to offer some understanding was cut short. It could have been warm, understanding and restored the depth of love but the writer chose to go another direction and left the viewer rather bereft.

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