On Beauty and the Beast, Cat and Vincent take their relationship to a new level – couples therapy. During a session, they can’t even agree on what to call their fights. Vincent says their latest argument was not a fight, it was a disagreement. “It was too a fight,” Cat jumps in before the marriage counselor can say a word. When he does, he reassures them that they’ve taken the right, first step.
The therapist is portrayed by Saul Rubinek. The actor’s resume is incredibly long but he’s best known for his roles as Donny (Daphne’s almost husband) on Frasier and as Artie Nielsen on Warehouse 13. Rubinek has been in many films as well, including Unforgiven, The Family Man, and True Romance. Interesting fact about Rubinek: he was born in a refugee camp in Germany, after WWII. He started acting as a child actor in theatre and radio in Canada. Beauty and the Beast airs Thursdays at 8pm on CW.
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