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Beauty and the Beast, Season 1 Episode 2 – Proceed with caution

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Beauty and the Beast (2012), 101 - Jay Ryan and Kristin Kreuk
Beauty and the Beast (2012), 101 'Proceed With Caution' - Vincent Keller (Jay Ryan) and Catherine Chandler (Kristin Kreuk) © 2012 The CW Network, photo by Sven Frenzel

In Beauty and the Beast Season 1 Episode 2 titled Proceed With Caution, Cat (Kristin Kreuk) investigates the murder of a ballerina…

Meanwhile JT (Austin Basis) worries that Cat’s visits to the warehouse loft leave Vincent vulnerable to discovery by Muirfield’s agents. Check out the official information on the episode, airdates and gallery.

Beauty and the Beast, Season 1 Episode 2 airs on Thursday October 18, 2012 in US on The CW Television Network. The UK will get the series early in 2013 on the Watch channel.

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Beauty and the Beast, S1 Ep2 – Official info

Season 1: “Proceed with Caution” – Cat investigates the murder of a ballerina

When a rising young ballerina mysteriously falls to her death, Vincent (Jay Ryan) senses that the understudy, Victoria (Elizabeth Blackmore), is hiding information about the dancer’s murder. Cat (Kristin Kreuk) and Tess (Nina Lisandrello) discover that the victim tried to file a police report for an assault.

Meanwhile, Cat seeks out Vincent’s help to decipher a medical paper found in her mother’s belongings, and JT (Austin Basis) worries that Cat’s visits to the warehouse loft leave Vincent vulnerable to discovery by Muirfield’s agents.

Catherine encourages Vincent to help her investigate deeper into the Muirfield project, but when Vincent refuses, Cat investigates on her own, until her computer is wiped clean by a malicious virus.

Tess tries her hand at dating again, but soon discovers that she’s unknowingly involved with a married man. Heather (Nicole Gale Anderson) moves out of Cat’s apartment after growing uncomfortable with her sister’s quest for more answers about their mother’s death.

Rick Bota directed the episode written by Sherri Cooper & Jennifer Levin (#101).