Though initially trying to push her away, Vincent finds it hard to stay away from Catherine and starts spending more time with her.Catherine is glad when Vincent lets her be a part of his life, but realizes she's going to be leading a "double life," hiding her life with Vincent away and lying to her family and friends.Catherine follows up with his roommate and friend, J. Forbes, and finds out that Vincent is actually alive.He advices her not to tell anyone he's alive, but she notices an article about her mother's murder in his belongings, and insists on getting answers.Catherine's personality is rather complex in nature as a result of the trauma witnessed during her mother's death. Catherine is patient, kind, caring, and compassionate, especially towards Vincent.However, she has trouble communicating her emotions to others directly, and often tries to hide them, this is seen in the episode, .The experiment went awry, and the military shut it down by killing all the experiments. Catherine decides to keep Vincent's secret, but also lets him know that she will not let him push her away or disappear again.Catherine quickly learns that working with Vincent would not be easy.
The development of her character along with her personality is likely to change as the series progresses further.She changes her look frequently depending on the time of day, and occasion, such as her Dad's wedding. On her first night, she had car trouble after closing up and called her mother for help.Catherine is very beautiful and fills the show's role as "The Beauty," and this has been indicated by other characters such as J. from the episode, "On Thin Ice." For years I've been asking myself. What if my mother simply hadn't answered her phone? After Vanessa came out there, two men showed up and gunned down Vanessa in front of Catherine.Muirfield is alerted to Catherine's involvement with Vincent, and starts digging.Eventually, Agent Silverfox kidnaps Catherine, hoping to make her give up Vincent to them.