Beauty and the Beast

Season 2 Episode 22

The Rest is Silence ...

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM May 26, 1989 on CBS
7.3
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The Rest is Silence ...
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Following the ordeal with Paracelcus, Vincent moves forward toward a stress-aggravated mental collapse. Vincent continues to come to terms with the beast in himself and finds himself losing control of his thoughts. He finally decides to go into seclusion into a deep chamber far back through the catacombs where madness takes over his mind. Meanwhile, Catherine, Father and the rest of tunnel dwellers try to find some way to help Vincent.moreless

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  • This episode was only so and so as far as I'm concerned.There was only enough matter to keep my interrest but not very much more and in the floowing lines I'm writing,I'm going to explain you why I'm saying that.moreless

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    The whole episode is entirely based about Vincent's psychological problems following the last episode in which Paracelcus tell Vincent some lies about his birth.And since that time,Vincent has come into the verge of madness.He has to fight against his own madness and his own beast nature that dwells within him-self.So this means that action and real intrigue are quite absent during the episode.However,it doesn't mean there is absence of interest in the strory,the plot of the episode.On the contrary,we keep wondering how Catherine,Father and all the underground people could be capable to help Vincent to recover psychologically.Also there are Vincent's nightmares and visions when he has to fight the beast within him which gave sufficiently action the keep the viewer(at least me,I speak for my-self)satisfied and one's interrest alive.Besides,we have the satisfaction to hear Vincent saying "I love you" to Cathy and Father saying to Catherine he appreciates her presence in Vincent's life and all what she has done for him so far.moreless
Joseph Campanella

Joseph Campanella

Dr. Peter Alcott

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Jack Forbes

Jack Forbes

Marc

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John Mueller

John Mueller

Sentry

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Ellen Geer

Ellen Geer

Mary

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Armin Shimerman

Armin Shimerman

Pascal

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Ritch Brinkley

Ritch Brinkley

William

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