Trivia: the name of the head Mellifer, Melissa, is Greek for "queen bee."
Lt. Hank:: Harper's bee man just buzzed me. Yeah, I went there.
Nick: We were following two guys who turned out to be Mellifers, and then they met a woman.
Monroe: ...Yeah, and? What, you think I know everything about every creature out there?
Hank: Dying on a streetcar while dancing to YMCA. What do you think?
Nick: Sounds like a crappy way to go.
Hank: Harper's bee man just buzzed me. Yeah, I went there.
Spinella: Besides, I was at the Howard Johnson in Eugene last night for this year's Oregon Beekeeper's Con.
Hank: Pretty crowded convention?
Spinella: Well, there's twelve of us, actually.
Monroe: Man, don't you have a partner for this stuff?
Nick: Yeah, sure, because if I told him my two main suspects turned into bees, he'd completely understand.
Monroe: Lucky me.
Nick: I don't need you for what you know, I need your nose.
Monroe: Oh, I get it. So little Timmy's stuck in a well, you need Lassie to come find him. You really know how to butter a guy up for a favor.
Nick: I've got a '77 Bordeaux in my truck.
Monroe: I can maybe catch a scent.
Monroe: Oh yeah, I'm definitely getting a female scene here. Undeniable.
Nick: You that sure?
Monroe: No, her perfume. It's called "Undeniable."
Nick: Hey, wait up.
Monroe: Don't you dare say heel.
Nick: Name's Melissa Wincroft.
Monroe: Whoa. Did you just, like, Grimm that? Some kind of telepathic way?
Nick: No, I read it off an envelope. Melissa Wincroft, owner and CEO. Must have been her office.
Monroe: That's cheating. I sniffed her out.
Nick: Good boy.
Juliette: Hank said you did the right thing.
Nick: Sometimes it's not that simple.
Juliette: If it were simple, they wouldn't need you.
Music: YMCA (The Village People)
The episode ends with an in memoriam to Clay Green Cambern, an assistant editor.
Canada: November 11, 2011 on CTV
Sweden: December 1, 2011 on TV6
UK: February 27, 2012 on Watch
Czech Republic: October 1, 2012 on Prima COOL
Germany: February 25, 2013 on Vox
Eddy: Easy there, 5-O.
Referencing the popular TV series Hawaii Five-O (1968-1980). It was on CBS and had 282 total episodes. Created by Leonard Freeman, Hawaii Five-O was an elite investigative unit that reported to the Governor of Hawaii. The show was remade in 2010. In modern-day slang, a cop is referred to as a "Five-O."
Eddy: So little Timmy, stuck in a well, you need Lassie to come find him.
Lassie was a Emmy-winning TV show based on a boy (Timmy), the profound connection between him and his collie (Lassie) and his ability to come to the aid of those in trouble. Lassie often ended up rescuing Timmy from a fate worse than death.