While this episode was enjoyable, Grimm needs to finally address the nuts and bolts of the world it's presented to us.
A lot happened in "Face Off," but the biggest reveal had to do with our dear old friend Renard.
"Season of the Hexenbiest" brought nearly every one of Grimm's existing plots to a head as Nick learned who was kissing on his lady, Hank learned never to trust an ex-girlfriend, and we learned the details of Adalind's "bring down…
With the fall finale next week, "To Protect and Serve Man," was the last break in the overarching plot's action before Season 2 comes to a central clashing point.
A killer Grimm fan was on the loose this week, taking out Wesen and tearing down everything Nick has worked for in "The Hour of Death," an episode that had thrills, chills, and an unfortunate emphasis on Juliette.
Grimm's Halloween episode was fun, but after last week's episode dangled an Adalind/Ro-Bro team-up, I wish there'd been more mythology or Royal developments. Plus when the heck is Rosalee going to return?
Revolution is just one of a glorious line of apocalyptic shows that feature(d) locks so lustrous you'd swear there was an entire hair-and-makeup department hidden within those smoking ruins.
While enjoyable, the ending of this week's episode not only hard to swallow, it also brought up all sorts of new questions about the Wesen and served to point out how little we actually know about the Wesen world.
Grimm sidestepped up to the problem of Juliette this week, tackling along the way the thorny questions of: How does Captain Renard feel about Juliette? What's up with Adalind? And what hi-jinks can a Blutbad get up to when he…
Passions were flying high this week as date night—or in Renard’s case, potentially-lethal-booty-call-night—turned sour in bloody Grimm fashion.
It was Blutbad clockmaker vs. Blutbad priest this week as Grimm got really on-the-nose with a religious group literally made of clueless sheep people.
What do incestuous coyote-monsters, a bathtub full of animal remains, and pelts gussied-up like a fifth-grade taxidermied diorama have in common? If you need us to tell you then you clearly haven’t been watching Grimm.