Beauty and the Beast (2012–2016)
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Trapped 

Vincent allows JT to inject him with endorphins and sedatives that force him into a fugue state.

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Paul Fox

Writers:

Sherri Cooper-Landsman (developer) (as Sherri Cooper), Ron Koslow (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Kristin Kreuk ... Catherine Chandler
Jay Ryan ... Vincent Keller
Max Brown ... Evan Marks
Austin Basis ... J.T. Forbes
Nina Lisandrello ... Tess Vargas
Bianca Lawson ... Lafferty
Max Schneider ... Jake Riley
Hal Ozsan ... Chris Miller
Rob Stewart ... Mr. Chandler
Khaira Ledeyo ... Vanessa Chandler
Gavin Fox ... Colonel Johnson
Jordan Johnson-Hinds ... Tap That
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Storyline

Fearing emotions for Cat trigger his episodes, Vince lets JT lock him up in a cage and keep a tranquilizer gun handy while testing an endorphins-based potential cure. Actually it boosts his strength enough to break out of the cage and his memory, notably of Vanessa Chandler being on the Muirfuild team that injected his team in Afghanistan. The police duo must babysit cocky adolescent rap star Jake Riley, whose manager Chris Miller Always shielded him for death threats, yielding many suspects, but doesn't tell the cops everything either. Told about her mother, Cath goes snoop at home and learns her father knew she kept grim secrets, and still has her files in the garage. To produce the cure, JT must use Evan's equipment while he returns to his subway abduction site. Written by KGF Vissers

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The text of Chris Miller's book about Jake is in Latin. See more »

Quotes

J.T. Forbes: That is a lot of cops.
Catherine Chandler: Okay, you ready?
J.T. Forbes: How'd you get "You ready?" off "That is a lot of cops"?
Catherine Chandler: I'm trying to move things along.
J.T. Forbes: I know you're Sarah Connor with the kung fu grip and all, but I'm "pee in your pants" terrified.
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The past always catches up with you
17 March 2013 | by ramelle-617-563806See all my reviews

Catherine and J.T work together towards finding out what is wrong with Vincent and he needs a dose of medication to keep him from his danger and unpredictable behaviour.

On a lighter note Catherine and Tess are working on a case to protect a young tween music star. Some great scenes involving the lovely Tess Vargas and the little superstar Jake Riley. I can't get over Tess' face when she's called * diversity barbie*.

Evan is still traumatised from his ordeal but this has only heightened his suspicions and investigating the *thing* . In J.T's quest to find a cure, Vincent is remembering his days in Afghanistan but this spells trouble for both him and Catherine.

Very intense but fun episode, great stuff.


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Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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