We fans of Beauty and the Beast LOVE to discuss all the aspects of our favorite show.
And we all have our own opinions.
In this daily forum, we invite you to share your thoughts, on our Question for the Day.
Ninth Question: Considering Vincent's reaction in "A fair and perfect knight" and "A kingdom by the sea," what would Catherine have to do for him to be convinced that she has chosen him, that she is committed to him?
Eighth Question: In Orphans, Vincent tells Catherine they can be truly together only if or when they understand how great the sacrifices and how large the fears, and are able to move through them. What would his sacrifices be, and what are his fears? What are Catherine's?
Seventh Question: How do you feel about references to cats, lions or any other animal traits applied to Vincent?
Sixth Question: When does Father accept Vincent and Catherine's relationship?
Fifth Question: What would have happened if Elliot hadn't been behind the harassment of the elderly tenants?
Fourth Question: How do you feel about Catherine giving Rolley money to get him to see Vincent?
Third Question: What happened with the 10,000 dollars Cullen received for some pieces from the treasure? And if the treasure weren't traceable to the tunnels, eliminating
the concern for security, what impact would it have upon the community if they decided to keep it?
Second Question: Vincent tells Catherine what she loves is only part of him, and that she and Father wouldn't admit the truth of what he is even if it stood right in front of them. What are your thoughts? Is he right or wrong?
First Question: What was Father's reaction to Kristopher's portrait of Vincent and Catherine?