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Beauty and the Beast, Season 1 Episode 5 – Saturn Return

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Beauty and the Beast (2012), 104 - Jay Ryan
Beauty and the Beast (2012), 104 "Saturn Return" - Vincent Keller (Jay Ryan) © 2012 The CW Network, photo by Sven Frenzel

In Beauty and the Beast Season 1 Episode 5 titled Saturn Return, Vincent is captured on a convenience store surveillance video while preventing a robbery…

Cat (Kristin Kreuk) warns Vincent to be extra careful when his photo appears in the newspaper. Check out the full official information on the episode, airdates and gallery.

Beauty and the Beast, Season 1 Episode 5 airs on Thursday November 8, 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 Ep5 – Official info

Season 1: “Saturn Return” – A Kiss is Just a Kiss

Vincent (Jay Ryan) is captured on a convenience store surveillance video while preventing a robbery, and Cat (Kristin Kreuk) warns him to be extra careful when his photo appears in the newspaper.

Cat and Tess (Nina Lisandrello) investigate the disappearance of a woman named Amy (guest star Annie Murphy), who has gone missing after her fiancée, Dr Michael Walters (guest star Jeremy Glazer), surprised his bride-to-be by placing their engagement announcement in the paper that morning.

Evan (Max Brown) runs Amy’s fingerprints and discovers her true identity, while Cat wonders if her disappearance was intentional after Vincent mentions that he and JT (Austin Basis) have an escape plan to clear out of their loft without a trace in a matter of minutes.

Later, Michael also goes missing and Joe (Brian White) learns that his team has been deceived.

Meanwhile, Heather (Nicole Gale Anderson) is planning a surprise birthday party for her sister, forcing Cat to postpone her birthday plans with Vincent. At the party, Cat and Evan share a surprising moment.

Steve Adelson directed the episode written by Blair Singer and Kelly Souders (#104).