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Grimm Season 1 Review, part 3

Big Feet
Idiots looking for Big Foot get eaten. Juliette starts to believe in extreme possibilities. Nick puzzles over the key map and does not see how Renard has been manipulating him. A Wesen therapist (Roger Bart) does bad stuff. Hank sees Wesens and freaks out. The Wesens who beat up Monroe in a previous ep are not mentioned. There is a villain speech and people react with dull surprise. Nick lies to Hank and mouth breathes. I have no interest whatsoever in season 2 even if this was okay.

Best Lines:
“So Big Foot wears clothes.”

“He’s not really in a explainable condition.”

“Something strange is going on out here man.”

“That is so not good.”


Woman In Black
Hank freaks out. Nick is spied on. Adalind does something to Juliette. One of the murderers of Nick’s parents is in town. Renard is menaced. A mysterious woman (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio of ’Scarface’, ’The Abyss’, ’Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’, ’Class Action’ and ’Consenting Adults’) lurks. Nick tells Juliette the truth and she reacts in typical unbelieving TV girlfriend fashion. Then she goes into a coma, oh just die already Juliette. I’m tired of her histrionics. She is like rampant incurable syphilis, ruins everything. The show ends on a ‘plot twist’ already done by ‘Alias’, ‘Nikita’ and ‘Hawaii Five-0’. This was utterly ridiculous.

Best Lines:
“Those coins aren’t healthy to be around.”

“You want a little Grimm time.”

“What a pleasant surprise, I think.”
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