It’s all on you Hank.
GRIMM (2:11) We are deep into our last episodes in the second season of GRIMM, and I am beginning to wonder if the show will come to a total resolve. So far, the show has to find a way to resolve the matters between Juliette’s (Bitsie Tulloch) memory, Adalind’s (Claire Coffee) revenge, Captain Renard’s (Sasha Roiz) obsession with Juliette, and a mess of sibling rivalries between Renard and his brother Eric (James Frain), who met up with Adalind to discuss Nick and matters of betrayal. That is a lot of subject matter to cover in a couple of episodes. It will be interesting to see how these matters will resolve.
On tonight’s Grimm, Hank (Russell Hornsby) thinks back to an arrest he made earlier in his career. Jason Gedrick stars as a man who claimed “self-defense against monsters,” sits on death row with an impending death sentence. With all he is now privy to due his new awareness of Grimms and Wesen, he begins to wonder if there was some truth to the man’s story.
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Hank’s knowledge of Nick’s world has him second guessing a past case. Back at the spice shop, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) finds himself involved in a situation he never saw coming.
We all know that Nick (David Giuntoli) is anxious for Juliette to get his memory back. We are starting to see his patience grow thin in each episode. Meanwhile, Juliette and Renard is trying to curb the passion that is rapidly growing between them. That one kiss changed everything for Juliette. I’m really feeling bad for Nick. It seems now that the passions between Juliette and Renard are becoming more difficult to resist. I am not sold on a relationship between them just yet–especially now that Adalind is back in the picture.
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