Beauty and the Beast

Season 3 Episode 11

The Reckoning (1)

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jul 28, 1990 on CBS
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The Reckoning (1)
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In the aftermath of Gabriel's death, Vincent introduces Diana to the tunnel world where she attends a naming ceremony for Vincent's son, whom he names Jacob after Father. At the ceremony, Father receives a visit from Jessica, an old flame from his past and they rekindle old feelings for each other which makes Father consider staying above permanently. Meanwhile, Diana begins investigating the bizarre murders of ex-tunnel dwellers.moreless

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    Fionnula Flanagan

    Fionnula Flanagan

    Jessica Webb

    Guest Star

    David Graf

    David Graf

    Gregory Coyle

    Guest Star

    John Pleshette

    John Pleshette

    Jimmy Faber

    Guest Star

    Ellen Geer

    Ellen Geer

    Mary

    Recurring Role

    Ritch Brinkley

    Ritch Brinkley

    William

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    Elayne Heilveil

    Elayne Heilveil

    Olivia

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      • Diana: (following her introduction to the tunnels) Now I know how Alice felt.
        Vincent: I'm sorry the Mad Hatter couldn't be at the feast.
        Diana: Well, I think that Mouse was about all I could have handled.

      • Father: Together we have weathered a storm. A great storm, which at times I feared, might never pass. It did pass... after much sorrow...and loss...The time of darkness is ended, bringing us to this day arrives a time of peace and rejoicing.
        Vincent: Holding my son in my arms, I feel as though two lives had been given to me. There are no words to express the depth of my gratitude to each of you, to all of you...my family.

        Father: It has been said that the child is the meaning of this life. The truth of that had never been more apparent to then on this day when we celebrate the child. This new life that has been brought into our world. We welcome the child with love, that he may be able to love. We welcome the child with gifts that he may learn generosity. And, finally, we welcome the child with a name.

        Vincent: I have named my son, Jacob.

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