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Nov 29, 2014
Grimm "Highway of Tears" Review: The Burkhardt House for Wayward Grimm
There was so much going on in “Highway of Tears” that the case itself seemed more like an afterthought, to the point that the episode as a whole felt a little bit messy.
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Dec 03, 2014
What Is With The Anti-Cat Bias On Grimm? :(
Apropos of nothing. :D This is just something that's been bugging me for about a year, and I was just reminded of it, so I thought I'd finally write a quick post about it, mostly for fun.

So, pretty much from day 1 of Grimm, I've noticed a certain pro-dog, anti-cat bias. Nothing against dogs, but that seems a little unfair to me. :| Of course, there have been plenty of times since S1 when canine Wesen have been portrayed in a less-than-flattering light themselves, but still...

Ok, here are the canine species (that I can think of offhand), and how I see them portrayed:

  1. Blutbaden (based on wolves). The primary example, of which, of course, is Monroe. We've also seen various other Blutbaden (Angelina, Monroe's parents, etc.), but mainly, we're presented with Monroe. Intensely loyal Monroe, who will drop everything for a friend, put ...
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Nov 22, 2014
Grimm "Cry Luison" Review: Blood Sugar Sex Magik
After agonizing over a big decision for literally the entire episode, Nick and Juliette finally reached an accord.
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Nov 23, 2014
Vote For The Most Effective Grimm!
A Grimm is someone who can see into the heart of darkness. Someone who sees things other people don't undertand"

- Monroe, the Blutbad

Unlike many on the genre, Grimms have not been defined by their powers (Constantine), by their belief system or lack thereof (Winchester brothers, Supernatural), by their fate (The Witnesses, Sleepy Hollow) or even by gender. What makes a Grimm special is that it can see, even when the wesen in question doesn't want to be seen.

An ability that comes natural for the girls, and the boys take some time to develop. There have been many Grimms on the show, some had to sacrifice their families (Kelly Burkhardt), or a relationship with a wesen (Marie Kessler), some had to sacrifice their jobs (Nick Burkhardt) or their lives altogether (Teresa Rubel, Trubel).

Which one has sacrificed the most? Which one is more vicious? Which one is ...
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Nov 15, 2014
Grimm "Dyin' on a Prayer" Review: David and Goliath
"Dyin' on a Prayer" was another non-Wesen/non-Grimm creature feature along the lines of "Volcanalis" but with more heart and more awkwardness (they go hand in hand).
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Nov 08, 2014
Grimm "Last Fight" Review: A Lover, Not a Fighter
Overall, while it lacked the batty goodness that made "Octopus Head" such a worthy follow-up to the season premiere, "Last Fight" maintained a good bit of the tension that Grimm has built up over the last couple weeks.
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Nov 01, 2014
Grimm "Octopus Head" Review: All in the Family
This episode was a strong follow-up to last week's season opener.
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Nov 21, 2014
Nick's Grimm Abilities
Now, let me preface with, I haven't actually minded quite as much as I thought i was going to with Nick not having his abilities. I have liked how they played it with Trubel, heck, I like that there is even a scientific explanation for Grimm abilities. But, my episode description for next week just came up and Nick apparently still isn't a Grimm then. I know what Juliette has to do and it appears Nick is against it, but, that will be episode 6! My feelings are very conflicted over this situation.
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Chupacabra
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12.12.2014
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The Grimm Who Stole Christmas
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12.5.2014
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Highway of Tears
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11.28.2014
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11.21.2014
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Dyin' on a Prayer
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11.14.2014
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A supernatural crime drama involving a police detective (played by David Giuntoli) who can see the dual nature of creatures among us hiding in human form. As the descendant of the Grimms, he can see their inner natures. He also has the responsibility of being judge, jury, and sometimes executioner for crimes among these "others" for which there are no human laws that apply.

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