Original Link: http://www.sfx.co.uk/2013/05/21/beauty-and-the-beast-1-22-never-turn-back-review/
“There’s lots going on in this episode; Lowan continues to be the complex grey character we’ve come to expect and proves he’s not the evil man shown at the end of the last episode. Sacrificing Vincent for a cure isn’t as easy a decision for him as we were led to believe. You can also tell he’s conflicted about kidnapping Catherine and he really comes across as a very layered character. Again, Sendhil Ramamurthy is on top form here and is by far the best thing about the episode. The revelation about his childhood and the death of his mother could have looked trite in the hands of a lot of other actors but Ramamurthy sells it well. We’re going to miss his character, if he is, in fact, dead; we’re hoping that some sort of beastly rapid regeneration capability might save him. What? It happened for Vincent in episode 17.”
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