When a third Helper is killed, Vincent and Diana find a common thread and believe this is the end.
Vincent has held his son throughout the night, just the two of them, but Gabriel will not let this continue, and returns, demanding to have his son back.
Diana takes the ring to a jeweler to find out information on it, but through it she is connected to Vincent. Gabriel tells her that Vincent's son is dying and without his father the baby will die.
Vincent has withdrawn from the mian community for their safety, and now lives with his memories of his life with Catherine, and mourns her absence, with only his journal for company.
Diana takes Vincent to her home, and cares for him as best as she can. For three days he hovers between unconsciousness and delirium.
The man who killed Catherine and took her baby sends an assassin to get Vincent. He manages to find the underground world and goes looking for him. Vincent upon learning of his presence tries to lead him away from the others.
Vincent has begun his quest to find his son and makes his first move by revealing himself to Elliot.
Vincent carries Catherine back to her apartment. He stays with her until his enemy, the dawn, forces him to leave.
Catherine walks fearlessly into the dark cave, where Vincent is roaring in rage and fear, apparently in control of the 'Other' side of himself.
After saving Vincent from the edge of death, Catherine becomes involved in an investigation to expose a vast criminal empire, but is kidnapped with a secret that will change her life forever.
When some of Gabe's acquaintances go missing, Cat and Vincent must come together to save them.
Vincent goes on a national talk show to reveal he is still alive, while Cat dives into an undercover case for FBI Agent Dana Landon.
Vincent's decline accelerates, and everyone in the tunnels fears for his sanity. Only Catherine can calm him.
Though the lies of an evil man, the campaign to destroy Vincent's humanity continues, until he is forced to kill an unharmed innocent man.
Someone who knows a great deal about Vincent and Catherine gives a reporter information and their lives are thrown in turmoil.
Vincent witnesses the murder of a young woman in the park. When Catherine fails to convict them, Vincent begins to watch their every move to stop them from killing again.
See which song replaced Human Again.
Don Hahn explains the DVD picture-in-picture feature.
Beginning 9/29/2010 The magic of Beauty and the Beast - Disney's #1 most requested title - returns to movie theaters for an exclusive two-day cinema event! After 19 years, the movie will be released from the Disney Vault for a limited time only and will make its market reappearance with this event. A transformation that reveals the magic, music, and majesty of the Tale as Old as Time as you've never experienced it before.
Wonderful French adaptation of the classic children's story. Matched only by Disney version!
This 'tale as old as time' follows the adventures of Belle, a bright young woman who finds herself imprisoned in a castle of a mysterious beast. With the assistance of the castle's enchanted staff, a delightful and tender romance develops between these two unlikely friends and Belle soon learns the most important lesson of all - that true beauty comes from within.
Confronting someone who is supposed to be dead will always be awkward. Beauty and the Beast premieres Thursday, Oct. 11 at 9/8c.
Will one night together change everything for Vincent and Cat? Don't miss the spring finale of Beauty and the Beast Monday at 9/8c!
Zendaya and Bella talk about Beauty and the Beast.
Bella and Zendaya talk about their favorite characters
Hoping to save her father from ruin, Belle (Josette Day) sneaks into the home of the beast, guided by the 'voice of magic' (voice of director and scenarist Jean Cocteau) in Beauty And The Beast, 1946.
Imaginative opening sequence from director and writer Jean Cocteau, from Beauty And The Beast, 1946, starring Josette Day and Jean Marais.
The pure love of a beautiful girl melts the heart of a feral but gentle beast.
Cat and Vincent are having a little trouble in the bedroom. Watch a preview with executive producers Jennifer Levin and Sherri Cooper!
Executive producers Jennifer Levin and Sherri Cooper discuss Cat's need for a little girl time away from the drama. Don't miss Beauty and the Beast Monday at 9/8c!
Executive producers Jennifer Levin and Sherri Cooper give us the inside scoop on Cat and Vincent's relationship status. Catch an all new Beauty and the Beast Monday at 9/8c!
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