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Grimm "The Kiss" Review: Forgetting Nick Burkhardt

Grimm S02E02: "The Kiss"

“The Kiss” picked up right where “Bad Teeth” left off, in the middle of the Saber Face/Nick battle in the lumber mill. Mama Nick killed the Wesen and Nick raced to the hospital where Monroe and Rosalee waited with a potion for Juliette. The potion was only able to stop the memory loss, not revive Juliette; Nick administered the drops while Monroe, Rosalee, and battle-scarred Mama Nick ran interference (the doctors, I guess, didn’t recognize Nick from past visits?).

Nick then got called to a crime scene and tasked Monroe and Rosalee with driving home the homicidal, Wesen-hating Mama Nick. Oh, the joys of carpooling!

So remember when Mama Nick stabbed Saber Face to death? Yep, so does the the FBI because that’s the crime scene Nick got called to. Though he sneakily stole his gun back (it was dropped in the fight), two more FBI Agents with interchangeable names waltzed in and claimed the investigation.

In the Team Grimm carpool-from-hell, Monroe did his best to pretend it was not at all petrifying to chauffeur Mama Nick. However, the Ballsiest Wesen Award went to Rosalee, who told Mama Nick about Juliette learning that Nick’s a Grimm, then hugged her. Mama Nick made a facial spasm that could be construed as a smile and didn’t murder either Wesen, so we’ll call that a step in the right direction.

Because all evidence pointed toward Nick being involved in the lumber-mill killing, the FBI barged in and confronted Nick about it. Tying the boat murders to Saber Face, Nick evaded turning over his gun for ballistics (and dumped it in the river instead) but agreed to a DNA swab after some visible gulping. Hank may be going to crazy-town in a hand basket, but he proved a solid friend when he revealed he knew Nick fought Saber Face but trusted Nick, so long as Nick does not hang him out to dry, which seems like a pretty reasonable request, all things considered.

Captain Renard called Saber Face’s handler, Mr. “I’m on the Phone” Royal Wesen from last week’s episode (British actor and True Blood cast member James Frain, for all you genre fans). We learned Mr. Royal was Captain Renard’s brother Eric—and Renard was not happy Eric sent his grunt to Portland. Renard also pondered the newspaper report of Nick’s parents’ death.

With the FBI trailing Nick, Mama Nick volunteered to persuade Adalind’s mother to reverse the spell on Juliette. Captain Renard also paid HexenMom a visit and she handed over a gross sludge shake that would make Renard “pure of heart” so he could wake up Juliette. The Renard revelation we'd been waiting for dropped when HexenMom taunted that the potion would hurt him, because he is “barely human.” Looks like Renard is a Wesen, though that comment could be interpreted as meaning that he’s got some sort of link to humans as well.

Mama Nick intruded and learned from HexenMom that there was a Royal Prince in Portland—literally a bastard—and he was the only one who could save Juliette. Mama Nick then beat the living daylight out of the Wesen with a rolled-up magazine, accidentally sending HexenMom to her death. With family like this, who needs enemies?

Nick was arrested and interrogated by the FBI officers who knew he was covering for a family member due to DNA evidence. But with nothing else to go on (and them falling for Nick’s gun switcheroo) they let him go—right onto the new crime scene left behind by Mama Nick. In a heart-to-heart Nick forgave his mother and she suggested it was time for her to go. Based on the body count she’s left behind, I think we can all say, “Duh.”

Renard revelation number two dropped when Renard, anticipating pain from the heart-purge milkshake, showed his Wesen side! Transforming, he looked like a half-burned corpse, but he pulled it together before going full... whatever you call a Wesen half-burned corpse. The milkshake also magically prompted him to rip off his shirt, which in turn magically prompted all female Grimm fans to admire his washboard abs.

Nick gave Mama Nick the Coins and dropped her off at the train station, where she broke into a car and sped away. Our Grimm booked it to the hospital, but Captain Renard, the Royal bastard Prince, got there first and planted a kiss on Juliette. He took off, Juliette woke up, and Nick emotionally told her how much he loved her. Juliette’s response: “Who are you?”

There’s a lot I could say about this episode, but that would mean I'd need to stop doing my celebratory “We finally know what Captain Renard is!” dance—and I will never stop! Even though we don’t know what kind of Wesen he is, the reveal was not as disappointing as I feared it would be after a full season of build-up. I think we can all do a jig over the fact that Captain Renard is some sort of horrible zombie monster and not just an Eisbiber or, god help us, a Murcielago.

Renard enlightenment aside, the episode was also fun. Monroe and Rosalee’s nervous interactions with Mama Nick were a blast and Monroe was pretty adorable in his insistence that he would have killed HexenMom for insulting Rosalee (yes, I know I just described a death threat as adorable. This is Grimm).

“The Kiss” also shed an unflattering light on the Grimm lifestyle. Mama Nick has spent her life on the run, breaking into cars and doing a pretty terrible job at staying one step ahead of the law. Unlike Aunt Marie, Mama Nick told Nick to stay with his loved ones because if he doesn’t he’ll end up like her. But now that Mama Nick has broken and entered her way into the night, lingering questions remain about how much longer Nick is going to be able to stay a Grimm and a cop, or keep his loved ones safe.

Questions:

... Did the eye-drop potion not work, or do you think it stopped Juliette’s memory loss just after Adalind’s spell erased Nick?

... Now that we know Renard is a Wesen, what sort of Wesen is he? Is there a reason only half his face changed when he freaked out in the mirror, and is that related to him being “barely human?”

... Will Renard’s brother send more hit men out to Portland?

... Did that shot of the “car accident” newspaper mean Renard is connecting the second Grimm in Portland to Nick’s family?

... Is this the last we’ve seen of Nick’s mother?

... What will happen with Juliette and Nick now that Juliette doesn’t remember him?

... After watching Rosalee call Monroe sweet throughout the episode, how close do we think we are to a declaration of love? Very close? I’m hoping we’re very close. MonRosalee forever!

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I know this is old, but Mama Nick did NOT stab the mavais duente. He did it himself. Nick is damn lucky he didn't get busted. His dumbass doesn't realize the Agent was calling him. Then he doesn't get his replacement gun before he goes back to the precinct. I didn't wear mine tonight...really, Nick? If Nick didn't have the guidance of his Mom, Rosalee and Monroe, he would be dead or in jail. .ick's DNA should of came up with something bbecause the muavis dente did hit him.
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If Renard and Juliette hook up, I will never watch Grimm again, This is stupid writing and there are better things to do on Friday night than get angry at a tv show.
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1. Definitely after the spell erased Nick. Although, are we sure her forgetting Nick was the result of Adalind's spell? I mean maybe it was the result of the kiss.



2. Sasha Roiz said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that his character was half-hexenbiest. Of course we can't rule out the possibility that either Mr. Roiz has been given false information or Mr. Roiz has given EW false information. The purpose of either scenario would be to surprise viewers who think they know what he is. Anyway, Here's the interview: http://insidetv.ew.com/2012/08/20/grimm-sasha-roiz-interview-renard/



3. Possibly



4. It's hard to tell at this point



5. I don't think so. It's possible that we could see more of Nick's mother towards the end of the season.



6. It's too early to know, but it'll be interesting to see where the show goes with this.



7. I think we're close.
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Transforming, he looked like a half-burned corpse, but he pulled it together before going full... whatever you call a Wesen half-burned corpse.



I thought it was a part hexen-beast transformation but I wasn't paying that close attention



The milkshake also magically prompted him to rip off his shirt, which in turn magically prompted all female Grimm fans to admire his washboard abs.



That part I paid attention to.
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I think the reason only half of renards face changed was because of the sheer power that his type of Wessen is, If you think about it he has to be powerful enough that nick cant see him for what he is, Personally I think he is something of a Balrog =P
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1. Yes, I think they were a little too late, as stated by MonRosalee. And, I also was expecting nothing less. What I don't understand however is the motive of Renard to wake Juliette up... Why would he need her awake?? Weird.



2. What are you talking about? Half burned corpse? He's clearly a demon/devil like creature. I thought I saw horns when he changed involuntarily. If there are any Gamers out there. Think Diablo II & III. The royal family are like the Prime Evils with some Lesser Evils as cousins or something. You have diablo, Mephisto and Baal as 3 brothers... something along those lines.



3. Of course, or maybe something worse?



4. I think he knows that it's his mother



5. Nope, don't bet on it. She'll be along fitghting and making Wesen uncomfortable in no time!



6. Hopefully they'll break up and juliette becomes a love slave of Renard. A succubus or something.



7. I'm waiting for the MonRosalee to happen, since they first met! Pls to God, let it happen already !!!



8. Just to add it: Monroe is still the best thing in Grimm. The show's above average, but he makes you keep watching.



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I don't understand Renard's motive for waking her up either. Maybe he just wanted to fix the mess Adalind made. Either that or he plans on using Juliette against Nick in some way.
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All I know is that Renard's reason for waking Juliette up revolves around keeping Nick in Portland. He's under the impression that if Juliette dies, Nick is all alone, and therefore free to roam around Grimming. At least I think that's the idea.
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Is anyone else worried that twice in this episode Monroe got aggressively angry? I think he needs to start doing an extra session of pilates or something because I'm seeing him go down a dark road otherwise.

Also, is it possible for Juliette to now be kind of in love with Renard? Like in most fairytales she got a kiss from a prince...

I don't know those are just my concerns.
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Sasha Roiz confirmed in an interview at the Entertainment Weekly website that Renard is half-Hexenbiest. Upon rewatching his transformation (it was such hard work ;-), you can see that his mouth & eye areas look like Adalind's & Catherine's. I don't think he was related to them though. It's interesting that the Grimmpedia at the NBC website states that Hexenbiests are beautiful but not attractive to humans unless something supernatural is involved. Obviously, a royal found some Hexenbiest attractive because they begat the beautiful Renard. Some commenters think he and Nick may be related because they have the same dark eyes & beauty as Nick's mom. But, she can't be related to Renard because she is neither royal nor a wesen. Could be through Nick's dad except Renard is older. That might work if Nick's dad was either a willing or unwilling participant in the conception prior to meeting Kelly Burkhardt.
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Makes sense, I thought he mouth/cheek looked a little Hexen-ish when he first started transforming in the mirror, but later someone said "No, it was completely different" And I didn't bother recording it to check on it later.
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This was another great episode, but I'm pretty sure the show can't keep up the pace. These first two episodes have had revelations thrown at us at auto fire.

I was a little annoyed at a few things, though. Sometimes details matter a lot, and there were a few small ones that didn't work. How could Nick just switch his weapon like that without anyone noticing? Firstly, wasn't his original gun registered as his service weapon? The FBI should have noticed that the gun he handed in wasn't the one registered as his primary weapon. Secondly, aren't the ballistics of police weapons recorded? Shouldn't the bullet casing found at the crime scene be immediately traced back to Nick's service weapon?



I also agree with Kazanova37 that the cure for Juliette's magical coma was a little weird. There are many inconsistencies in how that played out.
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In real life, yes, but this is a fictional show. It's not supposed to be 100% accurate.
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There are Departments, like LAPD, that issue officers a sidearm, but let them chose to carry another firearm on there approved list if they qualify with it. This being the case Nick could easily have switched his guns without anyone thinking of it, throwing off the ballistics report. You also have to remember that Renard is watching out for nick almost as a guardian angel (Although after tonight I dont know if angel is the right word) Being the Ranking officer over the precinct he can easily move/replace a file.
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The specific barrel's profile of a service weapon is not recorded, I think. But I was a little bit annoyed that the FBI didn't check the serial number of the pistol Nick gave them. I'm pretty sure the serial number of the service gun is recorded so they would have found out he gave them the wrong gun ...

Ah those little annoyances - despite them Grimm is getting better and better and I hope they keep it up for most of the episodes.
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Many blessings to the Gods of Grimm making for giving us fans another episode with Sasha Roiz, aka "Captian Renard", shirtless again. I think the writers are still debating what to do with Juliette's character. Beside this, another cool episode. I do love the storyline and I'm happy that it has gone deeper than just "wesen of the week". Keep going that way!
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Btw,the most famous French Medieval text is called "Le Roman de Renard". I think it might be worthwhile to look at it or a summary. Of course, Renard the Fox is cunning and escapes from dire situations, but he is also the rapist of his Uncle Wolf's wife. anyway, I thought I might mention it, if only to broaden our cultural horizons.
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I'm glad the show is picking up this season. I'm also glad it's receiving such positive comments. Grimm deserves it.
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Monroe and Rosalee are sooo cute together!! ahh this was a great episode, Grimm just keeps getting better!
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So here's the next mindblower: Renard & Nick are half-brothers!!! Wouldn't that be a twist.
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Kelly bearing the child of a Wesen? I don't think so. And I don't know if it would be possible for Nick's Dad to father children with another race. Can Wesen even procreate with humans?

I think Renard ist entirely something else. I was spontaneously thinking, the captain looked like a TEUFEL (German for devil). Some kind of demon directly from hell. Nobody ever mentioned that the Royals were Wesens.

The only thing I didn't like at all was Juliette's memory loss. That's enfuriating and kind of lame. Back to square one. :-( And if we go along the fairy tale of the "Sleeping Beauty", Juliette will be in love with the prince.

Why couldn't it be Nick's kiss waking her? He surely is enough 'pure of heart' to wake the love of his life. Or the Hexenbiest could have prepared a potion for Nick which would surely have had less painful side effects.

I can't stand the thought of having to deal with an amnesiac Juliette the next eight to ten episodes.
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Well, considering how think they were laying on the "bastard" and "barely human" and such, I think it's safe bet to assume that Renard is half-human / half-wessen. Though perhaps he's just a mix of 2 kinds of wessen.

Donkeys and Horses are different yet they can birth a mule so it's not unheard of for 2 different animal species to have a hybrid. And that's without anything magical and/or weird like what exists in the Grimm universe.
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Nick is not a Prince, hence why he couldn't do it, and Renard had to. Ditto for amnesiac Juliette.
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Renard being a prince was not what woke Juliet. It was because he took Catherine's potion that made him "pure of heart." Catherine only said a prince could save Juliet to taunt Kelly by not revealing the prince's identity. Renard could have kissed Juliet before. But, it wouldn't have worked without Catherine's potion of purity.
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Mama Nick said it herself: it had to be a Royal to break the spell.
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Not so sure about Nick being pure of heart. My guess in the realm of their universe lying doesn't make one pure. As the hexenmom said. It is hard in present times to find anyone pure of heart. Hence the need for her potion. Plus in order for Nick to have done it. Reynard would have had to reveal himself or Nick would have had to force hexenmom to do it. Either way how could he trust the result.
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Loved this episode.



Nicks Mom gets the award for baddass mama on tv award.



Still can't figure out what kind Wesen Renard could be. I want to say a dragon type Wesen because of the black smoke that came out of his mouth when he was tearing off his clothes because of the potion he drank. Am also thinking that he may be a male version of what Adalind and her mom is, what are they called again? a hexenbiest right? Yeah I think that's what he is.



Since Renard's kiss woke her, I wonder if Juliet will be drawn to him.
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i think the black smoke was from the purifying solution he drank getting rid of the evil in his body.
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I *loved* that effect. In addition to the red glow, it made him look demonic. The guy was literally hot!
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hotter than usual hubba hubba
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Will the purification spell wear off with Renard? Cause I'm thinking maybe there's a change of heart in the future. Maybe Renard grows a soul, character, honor ... ? One can only hope. That would be fun to see.
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Very good episode. Renard is definitely half Wesen, half something else, just what's the other half? Also why is he LITERALLY a bastard? Very interesting.



Loved Monroe and Rosalee together. Hopefully the romantic moment will come sometime soon.



Don't worry about Juliette. Nick is a good man and will do everything in his power to help her.



I wonder why the Mother stuck around in Portland at the end?
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I would say "literally a bastard" means of his royal parents stepped out with a hexenbeist.
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I loved this episode! Sasha Roiz explains more about Renard in this interview: http://insidetv.ew.com/2012/08/20/grimm-sasha-roiz-interview-renard/ (don't read if you don't like spoilers!)
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I thought this was one of the best episodes yet. If not the best. It really hit on everything that makes Grimm well Grimm. And yes Reynard is something. This makes more sense. But there is still further to know. Like why other Wesen fear him? My guess is that he is some type of hybrid. Like the royals bread themselves with some type of Wesen to not only give themselves a foot hold into the world of the Wesen. But dominion over them. My guess as to the type it is going to be some type of big bad wesen. Which gives them the power that they have. But the rest of the episode, with Nick, the mother, Rosalee and Monroe, really hit on all cylinders and made it a fantastic episode. Which makes me kind of surprised that it still is on NBC.



Questions;

I am not sure. The potion that hexenmom made up could have superseded what Rosalee made. I mean who better to reverse the spell than a Hexen beast since that is who did it in the first place. Which also makes me wonder why Nick didn't have that idea. But if you want to go to the lore of it all. The kiss from Reynard could have erased her love and therefore knowledge of Nick all together. What I want to know is what happens when Juliette sees Reynard again.



Reynard is_________ insert some type of cool mythical thing. Maybe he is a Chimera. But either way he is part human which leads to Royal eugenics. Which is kind of cool.



Probably, he doesn't seem like as he said a patient man. So my guess is that he wants the key and doesn't want to wait around for Reynard to get it. Or maybe they are in competition. Who knows it still leaves open a lot of plot to work with.



Reynard is pretty intelligent, my guess is that he is going to figure out it is his mother or father but not know who until towards the end of the season. However, shouldn't have there been some type of news that there was another Grimm out there doing things. Is there only one or is there other families of Grimm out there. Again more potential plots.



No way, she will drop off the coins and I imagine find something disturbing out. Probably who the prince is and who he is in relation to Nick and make haste back to Portland. If not for Nick, For Voodoo Doughnuts, Which are crazy good.



Juliette will still not remember him. Nick will try to get her to remember him and use Rosalee and Monroe and whatever else. Juliette will somehow be tied to Reynard and Reynard will use that to try and coral Nick.



Probably pretty close.



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How about if the bastard-part meens he is half human/half wesen? Or even better - half Grimm/half wesen, and that he for this reason can't transform completly creating the "burned corpse"-look? Something still tells me he might be on the good side... well.. reasonably good..
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1. Of course Juliette has to forget about Nick, I mean that's just how TV works.

2. Wait, was it ever in doubt Renard was a Wesen? Also he's probably a mix of whatever the Royals are and some other random Wesen. He's literally a "bastard", meaning he's an illegitimate heir (like John Snow).

3. The other Royals seem to be a big part of this season. What's his name will probably show up in Portland at some point.

4. Depending on how many Grimms there actually are, Renard was probably just wonder who the other Grimm was.

5. Obviously not. Can you say SHADY MOTIVES, DUH DUH DUH!!!

6. It's good they rebooted that arc. Honestly Juliette was seeming a bit bipolar by the end. of season one She spent two episodes all wondering if there might be something else out there and then freaks out when Nick tells her that there are.

7. Monroe is awesome. The whole Rosalee/Monroe thing just works so well.
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I'm more concerned about the fact that the Hexenbeast cure that was given to Renard has nothing to do with the spell that Rosalee cooked up. Would Juliette have woken up and continued to lose her memories, or does the cure fix everything? If so, why didn't Rosalee make that potion? Why did Renard have to be the one to save Juliette and not Nick who is human? I have so many questions...
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Hey, i wondered about that myself..after all Rosalee knew the function of thE potion/cure Adalind's mother was buying!!..Unless, the cure from Rosalee was supposed to focus on disappearing memories..and waking up Juliette needed hexenbeast potion!!



its all sketchy!
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I remember at the end of last season i wished Nick had told his partner and not his girlfriend about Wessen world...Now i can't help feeling like there is more heartache for him down the line because the whole WHOEVER WAKES HER UP MUST BE PURE OF HEART" -business!! its so Sleeping beauty!! ..and if Juliette start feeling Renard (wat a body!! unf!) it might distract him from the royal-prince-bastard-halfhexenbeast business..



We will definitely see Mom again!!..
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Aristocratic bastards always want to be better than the legitimate children. What nobody has addressed is why is Portland such an important place for the Wesen and the families that a half blood prince would settle there out of all the places in the US. Is it the climate that is as cold as certain European regions or something else? If anyone has an idea please share,I am very curious for your thoughts.

Apparently, the more horrible one looks the higher in the Wesen hierarchy. So it does not come as a surprise that he looks like a half burned corpse, after all his sweetheart was as bad looking. However, I think that the really important points is that in spite of his being a bastard, he still remains recognized as a Prince. The second essential point is that he still maintains links with the family, at least through his brother.

On the subject of Mama nick, we'll see her again or there was no point in introducing her. Also, I really wish there will be a Monroe and Rosalee wedding down the way .II know weddings jump the shark, but still some light in the darkness is kinda neat.

My personal apprehension is that the Renard's kiss sealed Juliette to fall in love with him, as in sleeping beauty fame. we don't want that, do we?
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I'm so so so so SO happy with the timing of this show! All last season all I could think was, "Yeah, it's great watching Nick and I adore Monroe, but what the HECK is Renard?!" I was worried they would drag it out for another whole season and wait till the end to reveal what, and who, he really is. But, to my delight, we were given answers! Not full answers, like what is Renard's game and or technically what he is (I know, Sascha told, but the show itself hasn't said), but the writers have given us enough to reward our patience and keep us hooked for what's next. Kudos to the writer's for such an awesome job! Renard has quickly become my favorite character. (After Monroe of course, duh!)

I'm wary and excited about Juliette's memory loss at the same time. I'm glad they took the plunge and had her lose ALL her memories of Nick, instead of just him telling her about being a grimm. I HATE it when shows do the whole "one step forward, two steps back" type of thing. This is more like 10 miles back and I want to see what they do with it. I will be honest, I have never been a Juliette fan. If they can redeem her for me, that would be impressive.

Ok guys, I admit, I watched The Cape (six seasons and a movie forever!!!), and I am SO happy to see James Frain as Eric "I'm on the PHONE" the Royal. He is a fantastic actor and I can't wait to see more of him!

I think Nick's mom is working for another Royal family. At the moment I say she is not to be trusted. Hope I'm wrong, I very much enjoyed her Batman antics.

I <3 MonRosalee :) nuff' said

I think it's time Nick told Hank the truth. The man is going bonkers!

Oh, and why is everyone assuming Renard's Royal side is the Wesen side? There has been nothing to confirm that yet! I don't assume until the writers tell me so.
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Yes - Sascha Roix has said that Renard is half-Hexen Beast ... but all that is secondary to the most important concern: how shall we all coordinate our happy-dances online to show our approval of Renard shirtless? I'm suggesting a nationwide flashmob. And also? More Monroe!
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I assume it was just after she saw Nick disappear from the dinner table, which might mean she remember Monroe, but just as this guy she knows through someone.



From another interview, Sasha Roix (I think that is his name) said he was half Hexenbeist so he is half of what Adalind and her mother were, so I presume the remainder of his family is full Hexenbeist. And he is either trying to prove himself worthy to his Wessen family or, I hope, is trying to build a base against his family.



Well, if I heard the conversation correctly (and I might rewatch both episodes again) I think the test was twofold, one, get rid of the Grimm if it can, or two, if the Grimm wins, well, maybe he is worthy.



Since Renard seemed a little freaked when the Asian hitman Wessen told him there were two Grimms and Renard knows that Marie is dead, he probably was just trying to google Nick's family to see if he had any siblings or cousins that he should have been aware of and was getting to, nope, it is just Nick, unless....



This is definetely not the last we have seen of Nick's mother, she seemed really excited when she heard a Prince was in town...I like her a lot, so I hope she gets fully on Team Nick sooner rather than later. I suspect right now, though, that she might want to be the Grimm who helps a Royal find the treasure and now that she has seen that her son might have a good network on his own, she can continue on her quest.



I don't know...I really started to like Juliet toward the end of the season (I was totally convinced she was a minion of Renard sent to keep tabs on Nick last season) but this can't be want Renard wanted (Nick being who he is will probably move out of the house and either wear out his welcome at Hank's or Monroe's but end up in his trailer) because it might cut off the biggest tie he has to Portland. Yeah, Hank is here, and Monroe seemed settled, but Rosalee seems like she could take off since she hasn't fully settled yet and Monroe would follow her...so...I am guessing Renard's brother as full Hexenbeist, and likely only family member who talks to the bastard kid, will be coming in on a recovery mission.



I wonder how far they have already gone that we haven't seen..
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You've got 11 paragraphs devoted to retelling the episode with all the preteen glory you can muster, 3 that might pass as being called a "review" if one was in a very giving mood and a series of questions that makes me wonder if you have been remotely paying attention throughout the series, to TV plot lines in general, or even in this episode.



If this is the best TV.com can muster it's time to close the doors.

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your assessment is a bit to harsh
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I would say it is spot on. There is barely any review in this "review" and what little there is is trite and superficial. If this was a junior high school class paper I might give it a pass. I would suggest that if people want to put their work in the public with discussion they either step up their game or get out of the game. If my name was attached to it i would lay awake at night thinking "omg I can't believe my name is attached to that. What was I thinking?"
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why don't u write a review then we will see .grow up & quit whining
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Well it's good to see such base and trivial reviews attract an equally base and trivial audience.



By making such pointlessly flawed statements you're basically admitting this "review" can't stand on it's own merits since the only defense is "do better if you think it's so bad".
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Come on....chill a little...
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