CATHERINE: I keep
waiting for the other shoe to drop.
It is understandable why Catherine seems nervous, despite her life has been wonderful
and beast-free in the last two months.The last two seasons have shown us you
need “to wait for the other shoe to drop” because things aren’t
always going to be roses and flowers. Vincent says that the agents from last
season must’ve been lying about the new creatures because they haven’t heard
anything. He is optimistic, hopeful and determined to secure their peaceful
Cat and Vincent are having a normal morning routine as a couple. The alarm
wakes Vincent and he clicks it off (they set their alarm for six minutes before
seven. Randomly normal, cute thing). He kisses Cat cheek and wakes her. I loved
this scene of Vincent and Cat waking in bed together and his sexy greeting: he
whispered “good morning” to her … They get up and fix breakfast together.
VinCat is a seemingly happy couple enjoying an ordinary life. It is such a
sweet moment between these two people who have been fighting to be together.
They smile with their “goofy” smiles, they are playful,… normal.
races across rooftops and growls, beast mode, as he leaps. Catherine is racing
down the road driving her blue Mustang (with sirens blaring and lights
flashing)… Catherine is racing… Finally you see her hurrying to get into her
roof and she looks around. Vincent (who you think is a suspect) is running
faster than the speed of light and he pulls himself back to human when he jumps
on Catherine’s roof
Vincent and Catherine are finally out in the world, with no one chasing or
trying to kill them. They sit on a bench by the river and talk about their
newly free lives and how they have finally won their chance to be happy
together. It is nice to see them enjoying each other, living in the moment.
CATHERINE: It’s really strange, isn’t it? Just sitting here,
not dodging manhunts or the media or other beasts.
I honestly think he tried. To do the right thing, to make amends. He just