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Cat and Tess investigate the disappearance of a woman after her fiancé puts their engagement notice in the paper.It turns out that the missing woman was in witness protection and trying to live a normal life.I find it interesting because Cat essentially has everything Vincent had to give up: friends, a family that loves her, the ability to celebrate a birthday, the freedom to do as she pleases when she pleases as well as working a job where she is making an actual difference in the world. But I also like that she was following where her heart was leading her.I think that was something very difficult for Cat to do previously up until this point.======================================================================================================= Nicole Gale Anderson – This was some A casting because despite Nicole being Filipina and Kristin being of Dutch and Chinese descent they really look like they could be sister.Throw in the bonus that they both look like they could be Khaira Ledeyo's daughter and the wow factor of the casting is to be commended.I was a bit shocked that Cat didn't push Evan away and actually tried to use her being "tipsy" as an excuse.But the most important thing of all is that even with all this drama in her life, she still managed to be a good a cop and save the day and Vincent was even, indirectly (just the way I like it), able to help her solve the case.
I’m very much looking forward to the next time he directs an episode of Beauty and the Beast which will actually be episode 2x20: Ever After. During the first season, for the most part, (and if you listen to the podcast, you know in the second season I still wouldn’t bat an eye if one week Cat and Tess were suddenly no longer cops but instead private detectives) I really didn’t care for the case of the week.
‘The soul of the newly born baby is marked for life by the pattern of the stars at the moment it comes into the world, unconsciously remembers it, and remains sensitive to the return of configurations of a similar kind.’ ― Johannes Kepler, Harmonies of the World Preface Well, I just want to say that I was really impressed with turn out last week on my inaugural Beauty and the Beast Retro Recap. It gave us as the audience a chance to see most of our characters let loose and have fun.
It was the second most viewed review here on Spoiler TV so I just want to say thank you. So onwards and upwards with the second installment of my Beauty and the Beast Retro Review...
Another problem with the cases of the week was the lack of originality.
After watching the Law & Order franchise for quite literally more than half my life, not to mention CSI and NCIS, I can spot a red herring and ferret out the real perp in about 5 minutes flat in almost in procedural show but in the case of Beauty and the Beast, you can cut that time in half.