Beauty and the Beast Season 2 Finale Spoilers [WATCH VIDEO]

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Beauty and the Beast Season 2 Finale Spoilers [WATCH VIDEO]
Kristin Kreuk speaking at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International, for “Beauty and the Beast”, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Date 18 July 2013, 12:55 Author Wkimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore

“Beauty and the Beast” (BATB) Season 2 Finale Episode 22 “Deja Vu” airs on Monday, July 7, 2014, at 9:00 p.m. on The CW. Cat finds a way of stopping Gabe’s devious plans on capturing Vincent. WARNING! Spoilers ahead! Read only if you want to learn more about “Beast and the Beast” Season 2 Finale spoilers on Episode 22 “Deja Vu.” Moreover, don’t forget to check out our quick recap of Season 2 Episode 21 “Operation Fake Date.”

“Beauty and the Beast” Season 2 Episode 21 “Operation Fake Date” aired on June 30, 2014. It was directed by Fred Gerber and written by Sherri Cooper and Jennifer Levin. It was the penultimate episode for “Beauty and the Beast” Season 2.Cat (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) met with Agent Knox after their failed attempt on “living normal” in “Ever After.” Knox (Anthony Ruivivar) told them that Vincent got no other choice but to surrender himself.

On the other hand, Tess (Nina Lisandrello) and J.T. (Austin Basis) helped Cat in preparing for Heather’s (Nicole Gale Anderson) upcoming bachelorette party. The couple had been together since “Cat and Mouse.” They were inside an adult store when they were stalked by Beth, Cat’s old reporter friend. Tess refused to give information about Vincent’s mysterious DNA to Beth. They came back to their place and told Cat and Vincent about it.

Cat had a plan of her own when she accepted Gabe’s (Sendhil Ramamurthy) invitation for a formal dinner date. Cat’s bold move continued to anger Vincent more because of Gabe’s apparent feelings for Cat. On their date, Cat agreed to “get what she wants” from her date with Gabe. Later, Cat went home and told everyone about her “fake” date. They didn’t know that Gabe accidentally eavesdropped their conversation when he went back to give Cat her cake back.

At Vincent’s press conference, Beth was there to ruin everything when she asked about Vincent’s superhuman powers. Knox immediately cut the presscon short and confronted the couple about Vincent’s powers. Cat promised that she will deal with the Beth problem.

Vincent was kidnapped by the people behind a government program. He was brought to a secret facility to be tested. At first, he controlled his powers until he couldn’t. He tried to escape but was found yet again. In the end, Vincent gave them a deal in exchange of his freedom from the criminal cases.

Later, Cat learned that Gabe was behind all of it. Cat and Gabe had a fight and ended with an unresponsive Gabe. Good thing, Vincent arrived on time to find what’s wrong with him. After he regain consciousness, Gabe was warned by Cat and their team about his wrongdoings. Heather also might talk to the authorities about kidnapping her in “Cold Case.” The episode ended with Gabe escaping from Tess and J.T. He later talked with Beth before killing her while he was in his beast mode.

SPOILER ALERT: “Beauty and the Beast” Season 2 Finale Episode 22 “Deja Vu” is directed by Stuart Gillard and written Brad Kern and Roger Grant.

TV Guide reported that Cat will find a way in order to stop Gabe from his dark plans against the love of her life, Vincent. The key is inside the journal of Cat’s ancestor. Unfortunately, the journal entails that Vincent must be killed in order to do this. What would Cat do? Will she do it for her future with Vincent? Can they stop Gabe for good? Can Cat and Vincent find their “happily ever after”?

And that’s it for the “Beauty and the Beast” Season 2 Finale Spoilers. Episode 22 “Deja Vu” airs on Monday, July 7, 2014, at 9:00 p.m. on The CW. Check out Movie News Guide (MNG) regularly for the latest news about your favorite TV shows, upcoming movies and Hollywood celebrities.

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