Category: Kristin Kreuk

Season 2: Catch Me If You Can

Thankfully she is saved by a phone call, when JT
calls to tell them Vincent caught Sam.

Season 2: Catch Me If You Can

At the end of their conversation, Gabe gives Cat a
key to his loft. Cat’s clearly stunned. She is still determined to show Gabe
that she has chosen him, even we can detect a hint of panic in her eyes when
Gabe offers her the key to his apartment.

Season 2: Catch Me If You Can

When Cat, after coffee, returns to Gabe’s, Gabe shares
that his research into Sam continues to show just how slippery Sam is. Although
Gabe has no evidence on Sam to support a murder charge, he feels certain that
he can make a case for identity theft: they can’t exactly charge him with
“conspiracy to create beasts”! Once Sam’s in the slammer, Gabe can spend the
rest of Sam’s prison sentence building a case against him for murder. It is
actually a decent plan. Cat mentions that catching Sam will be a way to start
their beast-free life.

Season 2: Catch Me If You Can

Cat has decided that she no will more letting her heart overrule her brain,
since that is a surefire way to get someone hurt. Cat’s very simplistic plan is
to catch Sam as fast as she can so she can stay away from Vincent and “focus on
Gabe”. If she can put Sam behind bars, there will be no more beasts, and less
beasts means less Vincent.
So,while Vincent plans to bring her closer, she
plans to solve the Sam issue so that she can distance herself and focus on
Gabe. But how the fact of catching Sam
will magically going to change her feelings?🤔

Season 2: Catch Me If You Can

At the coffee shop Cat tells Tess about her Vincent-dream. Tess thinks
Bob messed  with her head when he told her she is destined to become a “Beast-Slayer”.

TESS: “Did you tell Gabe about it?”

CATHERINE: “He has enough
issues with Vincent and me without knowing that I’m dreaming about him.”

Season 2: Redemption

GABE: “ You want to talk about it? It’s just you hardly said a word the whole ride
home.”

CATHERINE: “I guess I just feel bad, that’s all. It’s nothing, really.
I’m okay.”

GABE: “Hey, I thought we decided that we were gonna be honest with
each other”

Catherine doesn’t even want to talk with Gabe about how she felt about
shooting Jacob! It seems like something you would feel comfortable discussing
with your partner, especially if they experienced the same thing. But it takes
Gabe, to chide her that they need to be honest with each other, for her to say
anything about it. It wasn’t like that with Vincent, they were discussing it
outside Sam’s loft before Gabe showed up. So that indicates where Catherine is
emotionally.

Vincent and Catherine have a …

Vincent
and Catherine have a “moment"😍💕 which is ruined by Gabe.🤬😡

Season 2: Redemption

A worried Catherine looks for Vincent at JT’s while Vincent plays doctor.
JT tells Cat that Vincent chose to save the dying Jacob instead than killing
the beast-Jacob. Cat is confused by Vincent’s decision so JT breaks the
bro-code
and explains that he is trying to walk away from beast-hood in an
effort to win her back. He faults Cat for breaking up with Vincent for being
more beast than man when she wonders why he’s choosing to help the non-beast
Jacob Sutter rather than stopping the beastly one. Cat gives him a very
unconvincing “but I am with Gabe now”(but… later?😊) reply. Unfortunately, this ‘I am with
Gabe now’ will follow us for another 2 episodes.

Cat stays behind and JT gives…

Cat stays
behind and JT gives her a piece of his mind in the form of one of the best
lines ever.
That line was genius; it allows Catherine to finally take into
account all the implications of asking Vincent to “be a beast”.

Season 2: Redemption

Cat goes to see Dad Reynolds at the prison. She asks about the Beast
selection process and Bob says her that it had something to do DNA. He doesn’t
know the details, but he knows some people are genetically predisposed to
become beasts. The ones that aren’t could die when injected with the serum.
Then Bob rants about Cat needing to deliver the world from beasts before they
destroy her… meaning: she must kill Vincent. It
almost sound like a prophecy and that it is Cat’s “destiny” destroying
beasts. This shakes Cat. But what really is Catherine’s destiny besides being
the love of Vincent’s life? She is still struggling with her own demons. She is
trying so hard to make a go of it with Gabe, but she is still very conflicted
and that conversation she had with Bob Reynolds is not easing her anxiety.