Grimm "Ring of Fire" Review: Some Like It Hot

Ed. Note: We originally published this review last week, on April 20, even though "Volcanalis" (originally "Ring of Fire") was preempted in many (and possibly all) U.S. markets due to breaking news coverage of the Boston bombings. The episode is re-airing as "new" tonight (April 26), hence the re-post, and the next *completely* new episode of Grimm, "Endangered," is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30... at which point the show will take over NBC's Tuesday-at-10pm slot for the rest of the season. See you then!


Grimm  S02E18: "Volcanalis" (originally "Ring of Fire")


When last we saw Nick Burkhardt and company, Rosalee was being manipulated by a Ziegevolk defense attorney using his pheromone powers to influence the jury (which Rosalee sat on); Nick, Monroe, and Hank were working to neutralize the effect before a murderer got away with... well, murder; and Juliette was slowly becoming overwhelmed by all of the walking, talking Nick memories that occupied her house. After a brief hiatus and a promotion to Tuesdays that will take effect on April 30, Grimm returned last night with a trek to Mt. Hood and an unwanted, homicidal souvenir: Volcanalis. 

The demonic-looking monster was last seen in ancient times in Pompeii, when Vesuvius buried the city, and was aiming to give Portland the same treatment because those pesky geologists kept stealing rocks without "showing respect." Well, they dead now. 

Gruesome. Despite its home on broadcast TV, Grimm can usually be counted on not to shy away from the gore. 

With all of the hype leading up to Grimm's volcano monster debut, you'd think the thing would have been slightly more difficult to defeat than your average Wesen, but with a little baiting and a liquid nitrogen shower, Volcanalis was quickly neutralized and Portlandia was safe from a horrific death by scalding hot lava. So yeah, the case-of-the-week was rather straightforward, but by no means unenjoyable. 


And more importantly, "Ring of Fire" did a lot to progress this sometimes-slow season along. Juliette's hallucinations of Nick have gradually been getting stronger and more distracting, to the point that the woman was scared to enter her own home. Pilar told her that the only way to make the hallucinations stop, the only way that Juliette would remember Nick completely, was for Juliette to pick a memory and immerse herself in it. In a rather symbolic gesture, Juliette went with the time she and Nick first time shacked up; by immersing herself in memories of moving in together, Juliette figuratively invited Nick completely back into her memory. Get it? Get it? 


By the end of the episode, she was re-imagining a proposal and pulling their cutsey snapshots out of the Drawer of Shame. Looks like those two crazy kids are finally getting back together. Maybe. Probably.  


What did you think of "Ring of Fire"?



NOTES


– Hank took his first vacay in four years. Yeah, Hank!

– Adalind's baby daddy was confirmed to be a Royal, like she claimed. She apparently plans to sell the baby to get her powers back because she's classy like that. 

– Man, when Adalind inevitably gets re-Hexenbiestified, she's going to rain so much rage down on Nick and his peeps. I can't wait. 

– "Keeping Portland weird." I see what you did there. 

– Are we happy about Juliette finally getting her shit together?

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I don't get it. Are the writers lazy or just stupid? Juliette is a veterinarian! Engaged to a guy who sees all sorts of strange beasts. Give her something to do other than lose her memory, sleep with her fiance's boss and home-make.
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ENOUGHT WITH JULIETTE ALREADY!! SHE'S BORING AF!! NOBODY FREAKING CARES! she's wimpy, whiny, annoying, and boring! she was boring before she lost her memory but at least i could deal with it because she was only a side character, but now with her being in the forefront like this its almost intolerable and im so glad to see im not the only one annoyed with her subplot. at this point i couldn't care less if she gets her memory back, i just want the heifa to die! like now! she's as interesting as a limp noodle, i would literally rather watch grass grow or watch paint dry then see one more episode with this boring af subplot with juliette. idk how the writers cant tell that fans are getting fed up with her. do they not read reviews or fan ratings? i dont have a problem with side characters getting screen time as long as its a character that we care about, like monroe. who doesnt love monroe? or hank or rosalee or even the captain, hell the asian cop (cant remember his name, not trying to be racist) is more interesting! juliette has got to go, normally i wouldnt want adaline to get her powers back but i will accept it if the writers let her kill juliette in the most horrific way possible.
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I actually downloaded this one last week without knowing it didn't air on US TV, but didn't watch until last night. I thought I was still behind an episode... I guess now I'm not.

Anyway, I'm giving Grimm another two episodes or so to reel me in again, otherwise I'm quitting. I'm not a big enough fan of the Grimm world to justify watching Bitsie Tulloch / Juliette anymore. My hatred for her is far larger than my hatred for anything else on TV, even the Kardashians. And black licorice.

But the reason I'm not quitting now and am still giving it another few episodes is because the end of this one suggests Juliette may soon be more tolerable again. When she's off to the side being the girlfriend/fiance, she was okay -- nothing great, but tolerable. I don't like Tulloch's acting at all, but to be reasonable, the character of Juliette since her amnesia has been awful. Just terrible. Bitsie's acting made it worse, sure, but the writers really stunk up that one. Instead of trying to write something that might help make a poor actor seem better, I think they purposely wrote stuff that matched her acting and shot themselves in the foot.
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Yes! Please put the nail in Juliette's side story! It's bad enough I don't like her character so giving her all this screen time is annoying! I'd rather she would have just left town like she threatened but looks like we're going to be stuck with her. Ugh!
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Love this weeks Grimm. Juliet's visions were great and very poignant. Great scenes.
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Loved the episode, love the show. Nuff said!!
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This episode had me rolling my eyes; no Hank? Powerful monster that's a punk; and Juliet still having the stupid visions - (Eye roll) I like Grimm but when it's good it's good and when it's not it's not; My issue with the monster; it was really powerful nice special effect and look; when Nick shot the monster it had no effect but the monster ran anyway WTF? Then the easy out liquid Hydrogen; Juliet drawn out "story" I mean really what's the point of these hallucinations we already knew they were memories so what's the big deal; also Nick and the Captain buddies now; so much drama was built up between the two and now they're tentatively cool. Here's hoping next week is better as the final few episode come out.
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This is confusing. They showed these episodes out of order, so when Juliette wound up in the hospital I figured it was leading to the opener from last week where she needed magic eyedrops to live or something. But instead it ended....that way. What was up with that opener then??
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The Juliette story is being way to drawn out, hopefully it ends soon, either she gets it together or she doesn't, either way, just let end already!
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This Juliet subplot is quite possibly the most drawn out, boring plot ever on TV. Otherwise, Grimm is a pretty decent show. It has the potential to be great if they just dropped that character.
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I wouldn't mind Juliette so much if she wasn't so wimpy and whiny. I think it's the writers' fault for making her that way, but I've never seen the actress in anything else so maybe she's just bad. Anyway, I'm glad her memory thing is almost over. It could be interesting for her to find out what a Grimm is.
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Maybe it's just me, but when Frau Pech came on the screen, I immediately thought of Frau Blücher from Young Frankenstein. And then, when the Gypsy woman first says her name, I swear there was a horse sound immediately following it!

Did anybody else notice that? If it really was there, that was one of the best homages ever!
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Just watched again. 16 min mark. "It's been a long time, Frau pech." Then horse nays! Writers apparently more clever than they let on.
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So glad it wasn't just me! :)

And yeah, "neighs" is the right word, not "sound" like I put. ;)
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Neighs.
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Yes! I heard that too. Googled it and wound up here.
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Since NBC changed the title to "Volcanalis", and it says that's the new titles at the top in the carryover explanation, shouldn't the review title be changed?
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I recorded it on my DVR and it still had the original "Ring of Fire" title.
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Yup, so did mine. But nbc.com officially lists it as "Volcanalis." So does Hulu, which gets their info from NBC.
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I can't help liking how awesomely awful Adalind is (selling your baby is pretty badass) and I can't wait for her to recover her powers... Hell hath no fury like a hexenbeast (?) scorned right?

It is a shame that in contrast to that the Juliette character is written as such a wimp... I had hopes of her all going sexy vixen with Renard... That could have been interesting but no, she has to be all damsel in distress or perfect homemaker... so boring...
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Agreed. Adalind and Rosalee are awesome female characters. It's a shame so much screen time is wasted on Juliet. There have been several times when I thought Juliet had potential, like the story between her and Renard. But for that entire arc, all she did was run away and avoid things, which is her general m.o. I've give up hope. At this point, the character has been the way she is for too long to find any turn-around believable. I think any attempts at improvement at this point would just be more annoying.

The process of her getting her memory back has been dull and has been the lowlight of each episode.
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Feeeeeel the heeeeat, pushing you to decide.
Feeeeeel the heeeeat, burning you up, ready or not.
Some like it hot and some sweat when the heat is on.
Some feel the heat and decide that they can't go on.
Some like it hot, but you can't tell how hot 'til you try.
Some like it hot, so let's turn up the heat 'til we fry.

I stopped watching this at the end of last season. I just had to stop by and do this because it's the only appropriate response when one of these damn tvdotcom writers puts a song in my head.
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At this point, I wouldn't care if Juliette got mauled by a Jagerbar. They need to get rid of her and focus on the more interesting characters. If Nick wasn't worrying and moping about Juliette all the time, the character would be awesome! More screen time for Monroe and Rosalee would make it all come together and be perfect.
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There was a lot of Juliette in this episode. Now some would say that it was way too much, because Juliette has the personality of a wet dish cloth. I would be one of those people. Juliette is incapable of being liked, I would have to say that she is far worse than Laurel and Thea combined on Arrow. Everything in the show is working the Scooby squad is on point though saly without Hank or Rosalee this week. The addition of Renard is working out well for the time being. The cases are still cool, the wesson world is still rife with potential storylines. Adalind is building up o be a great villain again. But the is one glaring square peg that is holding this show up fom being truly enjoyable and that is Juliette. She doesn't fit, at all. She is just bad in every way. The whole grup would be better off without her.

The case was great. Volcanolis was interesting in that he wasn't seemingly a Wesen. And with that they can and should bring other mythologies into the plots of the show. When they run out of Wesen or want to change it up a bit they have a world full of myths to hit up.

I liked it. Just lighten up or better yet kill off Juliette
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Same episode, same review... Does it mean you get paid twice for the same review, MaryAnn? Just kidding! I'd rather read a repeat Grimm review by MaryAnn than a new Revolution one by Tim these days... Keep the great work, Ms. Sleasman.
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So now that I have watched despite my DVR's intention not to let me, if this were a different show I would say this was sort of an alignment episode getting people on a similar page making sure we remember randoms like Bud and moving the slowest story to is almost conclusion. Clearly Monroe is going to tell her as much as he can likely with Nick's permission and she will deal better than last year but it is resetting Juliette. I don't mind her but get people who aren't keen on her. I am seeing less and less connection between her and Nick.

I wonder if Marcus will make reappearences because he might have recognized the respect Nick has for his Wesen type (I almost expected Monroe or Renard to point out Nick has the run headlong into danger and damn the consequnces mentality about him).

I am going to assume Adalind's willingness to sell her child makes it more likely the kid is Eric's and not Sean (for clarity I really think we need to start referring to them by first names..though now that I think about it Renard could be his mother's name). Adalind seemed to have vague feelings for Sean. I know she isn't sure, but still...

Nothing really big, kind of seems like mythology heavy for most of the rest of the season. Yeah!
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Juliet is boring; I'd rather Nick find someone else.

I was wondering if Russell Hornsby (Hank) broke his leg or something? He was wheeled out of the precinct in an office chair and I don't think we ever got a below-the-waist shot of him. Weird too that when they mentioned Volcanalis in Hawaii no one even mentioned Hank who was supposed to vacationing there.

Hey usedcat, guess what? The U.S. isn't the only country in the world which airs Grimm. I'm sure some enterprising folks caught the Canadian airing.
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Apparently an injury to his Achilles tendon: http://www.oregonlive.com/movies/index.ssf/2013/04/grimm_stuff_sasha_roiz_cast_in.html
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A. We LIKE Juliet!

B. How can you review an episode that didn't air? I recorded everything on NBC Sat. nite & there was no Grimm.
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Let me ask, is this show any good?

I started out watching but by episode 4 or 5, I gave up.
I felt like the partner was a weak, poorly acted character, I wasn't a fan of the special effects or makeup, the episode with the bees was horrible, and I in general just couldn't bring myself to care about the main character. The police captain seemed like the only interesting character in the show.

So, is it worth trying again?
(Not looking for spoilers!)
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I can't give you a good answer. You could try it again because I do think it got better... but how much better is debatable. I'm currently thinking of quitting the show if the next two episodes don't interest me much.
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I did the same thing...stopped watching after episode 5, then I heard it got better so I gave it another try and wouldn't you know it? It got a lot better. The show still has its flaws, but it's miles ahead of any of the other crap NBC tends to spew out.
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"miles ahead of any of the other crap NBC tends to spew out": faint praise indeed.
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I am a suspect, I love it... the begining took some time to gear up, but from the middle of season one to now, things just got better (of course some time I wanted to get rid of Julliet, but now she is getting on track again...). The partner is into all now, Nick is a sensitive bad ass, the captain came (almost) cleand to him, and Monroe is awesome!
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Its so much better now. So ya, I would say give it another shot.
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Grimm is awesome! I hope it lasts for as long as Supernatural at least! :D

Finally Juliet is starting to remember things again. I hope she can stop crying and whining now and be less annoying.
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Finally she got her shit back together. Actually it s kinda too quick. Her arch story was bringing down the series since season 1 but the end was touching something good and they resolve it too quick. Don t know if it comes from the writters or the actress but her character is a weight for the series
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When is "Ring of Fire" going to really be on? My DVR has "Dateline" on at 9:00 on 4/26 and "Endangered" on in the new time slot 4/30. NBC.com also has "Dateline" on 4/26.
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RoF will air this Friday, 4/30, according to the producers' facebook page. DVRs are notoriously slow to update to reflect pre-emptions.
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You mean Friday 4/26? Guess I just have to keep a tuner on NBC to find it.
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What happened to the reviews of the last two new episodes...? The last review was of "Mr. Sandman" by Josie Campbell, and that was 3/23. She seems to have disappeared since then. Are you taking over, MA, now that Cult has been cancelled?
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please don't bring up the fact that Cult is gone so sad!
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I am! We're totally bummed about not having recaps for the previous two episodes, but without Cult, I'm free to pick it up from Josie. Hopefully, there won't be any lapses in coverage in the future, even with the move to Tuesdays.
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but u didnt notice this episode hasn't aired yet?
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It aired in Canada...
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Monroe holding the fire-rock which opened its eye, hahaha, but I freaked almost as much as he did! I like Hank, but if it's him or Monroe, seeya Hank!
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Well it's Nick and Monroe. And Nick and Renard. And Nick and Wu. Hank just seems kind of redundant these days.

Also, shouldn't they give Nick a replacement/temporary partner if Hank is on vacation, as a matter of procedure? I suppose Renard could have pulled a few strings, but it seems odd that Nick is now a solo detective. Although then we'd have to go through the whole "Nick knows but his partner doesn't" subplot. And we've already got Wu for that anyway.
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I think they need to get rid of Hank. This week's "four week vacation to Hawaii" was a good start. But this week we had Nick partnered with Wu, and Nick partnered with Renard. Both of them were a lot more interesting than Hank. plus we've got Monroe. How many partners does Nick need?

Plus clearly the producers don't know what to do with Hank, either. Okay, so now he knows Nick is a Grimm. So what? They haven't done anything with the character since he was love-spelled by Adalind LAST SEASON. If the writers can't give him a subplot, why have him on the show? Juliette gets more time with her one ever-lasting subplot than Hank does, so it seems like they'd rather focus on Juliette than Hank.
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Wu doesn't know anything about Wessen, so is only useful in a limited capacity. He's not an equal partner to Nick. He's more of an a guy who comes in handy. Wu more similar to Bud but with a badge than he is to Hank.

Wu might be more of an equal if he were in on the Wessen. But since we've already been through the storyline of finding out with Nick and -- in an unbearably long, boring fashion -- with Juliet, I'd prefer Wu stay in the dark for the foreseeable future.

Renard isn't a partner to Nick. His loyalties are questionable, and Nick can't and shouldn't really trust Renard even if he is useful to have on your side.

Monroe and Rosalee are the only other trustworthy, useful partners with equal or greater knowledge of Wessen as Nick. But neither of them have any authority in the human legal world. If Nick ran into trouble because of off the books behaviors, Hank has insight into how to handle that. So does Renard, but he can't be trusted. So Hank does have a unique role within the group.

That and as someone else said, if Hank goes, another partner moves in. And then we'd have to go through the whole discovery process again. That or have another character who stays in the dark like Wu.
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Problem is, everyone who is helping Nick now has the same perspective. It makes for a kind of boring show. Wu doesn't.
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Hank didn't know about Wesen for a year, and he did just fine. I wasn't suggesting that Wu find out.
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I thought Hank's "I'm going crazy" subplot was far more interesting than his tryst with Adalind.
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Except it's practically the same subplot as Juliette's...
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I found his to be far more interesting and reals. Hers has been magically enhanced and totally nuts with strange visions that seem fake. Hank's was out of a mental desperation to understand what he had seen and try to make sense of it when there was no sense to be made. I loved it. And then having it come to a head in the Coyotl episode... It was great. One of my favorites.

Plus, Hank's subplot lasted exactly the right amount of episodes. Juliette's is dragging by this point. I'm beyond ready for some resolution to that little story.

As for Hank's role in all of this? I can't imagine the captain lasting, and Nick needs someone on his side within the department. Lying to his partner was not only driving Hank crazy, but it was also driving Nick crazy. Lying to the person that you're supposed to be trusting your life to is not an easy thing, and now that's out of the way. If Hank were removed another partner would come in, and we'd have to go through all of this again.

No, keep Hank. He doesn't need a continual subplot to keep him interesting. He just needs to have Nick's back unconditionally.
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I don't mean necessarily as in tomorrow, but the royals aren't going to put up with this much longer. Someone is going to have to pay for all of this treachery, and we can probably guess that it won't be Nick. It makes sense that in a final act of goodness, Renard dies protecting Nick.

Being tied to the bad guys, standing in the gray area, and working in a position that if it were filled with someone else would cause serious problems for Nick... It doesn't stack up good against Renard.
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I don't think Renard is going anywhere, anytime soon.
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No offense to the actor, who does fine with what he has. I'd think he'd find it frustrating that they don't do anything with the character.
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Huh? Don't know what you were watching, all I saw was an rerun from very early this season.
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Hmm. I know in some markets the episode wasn't aired to due Boston coverage. I'm not sure if/when NBC will be airing "Ring of Fire" for those who missed it. I know some people have had luck finding it on DVR, though it doesn't appear to be on Hulu yet, unfortunately. :(
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Too little Monroe, too much Juliette, no Rosalee and as result the episode was boring
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totally agree
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Crap. Forgot it was gonna be shown Sat. this week, so didn't set my PVR. Hate having to watch online.
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It's funny cause you reviewed something that was pre-empted in 90 percent of the US.
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Missed Happy Endings and Grimm on Friday cause of news. That sucked!!
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I kinda think that the news that preempted the shows sucked worse, and missing those shows is an inconvenience not worth mentioning.
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Little mistake of the producers: If you pump liquid nitrogen through a hose, everything the nitrogen goes through will freeze up. So the guys should have been wearing special gloves when holding the nozzles and when they were finished the hoses should have been covered in ice.
It seems to me the Juliette memory thing is getting to an end as she is taking out the pictures with Nick on it. So either she going back to the background of the Nicks life or she going to be active in it knowing about Nick being a Grimm and what that means.
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ENOUGH WITH JULIETTE.....I'm starting to think that the actress who's playing Juliette is related somehow to the man with the Vito call -_-
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Please let Adalind get her hexen powers back and kill Juliette as revenge. How have the writers not heard fan outcries of "Boo! Juliette sucks, take her away" yet?

Maybe they are going to get Nick and Juliette back together just to have her killed and really make next season dark. Nick may even grow some facial hair.
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So this did get rescheduled (while I don't presently live in Boston I live insoutheastern mass so tv was busy Friday night) and I kept checking on demand and various cites to find it and couldn't and my dvr is not showing me next Friday yet but Nbc tokd us what they were doing with Revolution.
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I'm in Texas and it did not play here either. I can't find it on NBC.com either.
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Do you think because you mix some actual comments in there, we can't tell you're spamming. It just makes you more annoying, especially when these spam comments are consistently in reviews. If I ever consider switching to dish, I'll keep these obnoxious comments in mind and will absolutely NOT give that company my money.
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run along with yer silly dish spruiking eh
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Well like most commentors here I did not see this episode because it didn't air in the US but I'm going assume it's safe to say.... Monroe was funny and Juliette was on her game as one of the most annoying characters in tv history. Didn't read the review but accidentally caught the last line while scrolling down "looks like these crazy kids are finally getting back together" UGH! Please reverse that spell and let Nick forget Juliette... then let the rest of us forget her.
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I'm glad they rescheduled this for next week, wonder what ABC will do about Happy Endings. since we all know they hate the show to begin with..
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Really sick of the Juliette story line. She's either got to get with the program or get lost. I don't know how the writers think it makes sense that he would want to marry someone he is lying to about who he is... Makes no sense. Plus, she's so annoyingly 'vanilla'. He needs a wesen with some spunk! LOL!
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It was a bad sign for Juliette and Nick when in season 1, the Nick had more chemistry with that crazy Wessen girl who kidnapped Juliet.
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grimm was not on so how did he see it or does he just make all that stuff up,that he said he watch it
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I'm pretty sure sometimes they watch it ahead of time or catch it online somewhere later or something. But yeah I don't understand how they can post a review of an episode that didn't air for the majority of viewers who watch it 'live'. Especially since I didn't see any reviews posted the last couple of weeks when I actually watched the episodes (because they actually aired) and was looking for them.
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It must have aired somewhere, because the episode showed up at bittorrent sites at around the usual time. But I think the writers here get dvds with the episodes in advance. Some of them have mentioned it before.
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Confusing...how can an episode that didn't air get reviewed?
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It did air in Canada on Friday.
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and it is online
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Where? Last week fictional TV was very unimportant to me and I focused on sitcoms because they were easier, but I was looking forward to this and I can't find it anywhere, and NBC seemed to indicate in a commercial that it was on next Friday, but my DVR is showing an episode which I am pretty sure is the episode that is supposed to now be on Tuesday April 30. I guess, I just want to know definitely it is being reaired next Friday for those of us in the US who didn't see it.
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press copies?
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he made it all up
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Where can I see this episode, it was preempted here in New England because of the Boston Bomber's arrest.
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I like Juliette.
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Ada's baby maybe Royal bloodline, but it still should make a difference if its Renard's the daddy or his brother from out there in Austria. My money is on Renard being the father of the child and that he'll have even weirder birth side effects.Anyway, that poor child will be one ugly Wessen for sure.
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Oh, crap, does that mean we're gonna have to put up with more Juliette? Maybe we'll get lucky and Adalind will kill her at the end of the season when she gets her powers back. :)
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No, I am not pleased about Juliette getting her Shtuka (loved that word in Defiance) together; I was instead rather hoping she'd run away (far, *FAR* away) and never return or, better yet, die.....preferably by either becoming a sharp toothed furry Wesen's dinner or being dismembered a particularly ticked off hexenbeist........
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Did they just do the Litmus test on the fetus's blood?.."Basically"it is a royal...I am tired of complaining about Juliette. She takes too much of screen, makes episodes seem slower..Why cant they just write her away?.Get Nick a girl that's actually not Icy!. Will be nice if the next girlfriend is a wessen!! At least all the drama of such a relationship will be interesting. "Dull Ice" is too boring.
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Any suggestions on where or when those of us on the East Coast can watch this episode?
It's not available ondemand or itunes
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1 or 2 days you can get it
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Wikipedia says it's been rescheduled for next Friday. I think a repeat was supposed to air then anyway, so it's no big deal for the network from a timing standpoint.
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sorry thay lied again. dateline ( sp ) on boston
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My guide shows Dateline airing then, too, but that's subject to change between now and then.

Well, it'll air sooner or later.
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torrent
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