Grimm

Nameless

Season 2, Ep 16, Aired 3/29/13
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  • Episode Description
  • Nick and Hank must learn the true name of a mysterious Wesen killer who uses an online game to mark his victims for death. Meanwhile, Juliette starts to make sense of her hallucinations, and Renard meets with his Vienna spy.

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Giuntoli

    Det. Nick Burkhardt

  • Russell Hornsby

    Lt. Hank Griffin

  • Bitsie Tulloch

    Juliette Silverton

  • Silas Weir Mitchell

    Monroe

  • Sasha Roiz

    Captain Sean Renard

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • more Grimm intrigue

    By tocski, Apr 30, 2013

  • Can't believe Nick didn't notice!!

    By TaavoAllik, Apr 02, 2013

  • It was ok...

    By Katerine_M, Apr 01, 2013

  • Grimm is Awesome, This Episode was Meh

    By maceocortezz, Apr 01, 2013

  • Lacking

    By RufusDriscoll, Mar 31, 2013

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Wu: I am all over this. I've done my fair share of gaming since my life consists mostly of myself and my cat.

    • Monroe: Dude, I am not my... sock brother's keeper.

    Notes (1)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: March 29, 2013 on CTV
      Australia: March 31, 2013 on FOX8

    Trivia (2)

    • Trivia: "Trinket Lipslums" is an anagram for the fairy tale character Rumplestiltskin.

    • Wu describes Richard Bachman's novella Rage as a fantasy. It's a story about a high school student that goes berserk, takes a classroom hostage, and kills his algebra teacher. There are no fantastical elements in it.

    Allusions (1)

    • Jenna's log-in name:
      aerynsun is Aeryn Sun, the name of Claudia Black's character on Farscape.

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    • Super_Dooper Mar 31, 2013

      I agree with the others, Juliette storyline sucks balls! I think she has the potential to be a good character, if they fleshed her out a bit and actually let her in on what's going on! People who don't know stuff in shows just cause conflict and stop the story from moving forward. It's super annoying and not needed. Need proof? Shows like Vampire Diaries and Revenge show a complex plot can move stories forward while still giving heaps of action.

    • haroven Mar 30, 2013

      How much longer until they kill off the Juliette character (who is about as sympathetic as a mouthful of stinging nettles) & let the Grimm have dalliances with buxom hexenbiests etc?

    • DavidMaynard1 Mar 30, 2013

      Once again they are still dragging out Juliette's story arc. It seems like of all the characters on the show, her's are the worse written.