Season 2 Episode 22

Goodnight, Sweet Grimm

Aired Friday 8:00 PM May 21, 2013 on NBC
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Episode Summary

While investigating a series of rage-fueled assaults, Nick learns that Eric Renard is in town. Meanwhile, Adalind is caught in the middle when Frau Pech and Stefania oppose each other.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • great epsiode

    Re watching episodes and Grimm seemed to have finally hit it's stride with this episode, very action packed and the whole Juliette memory thing was finally in the past.

    Loved Prince Eric, he was an excellent bad guy, funny with a serial killer like charm.
  • Vessen vs Grimm

    I don't get it. How dies Nick know so much about Vesen, yet still allow the thing to get close to him? The scripting here was lazy at best, and, at the very worst a gross oversight. To my next point, I'm so happy the Juliet thing is finally OVER! It was annoying sideshow. I do, however, like where it's now going. Oh, and would someone please put that blonde witch to sleep already???moreless
  • Use your research

    i really like the show and all the episodes

    however i agree with keganofamber

    they do all this research to find out about the wessen but do not take precaution against their "powers" ???

    finally, nick as a grimm does not seem to have anything special versus the wessen except maybe strength so maybe he can use his brain more in the physical confrontations pleaseeee
  • A real cliff hangar...

    which is not a nice way to end a season when you have to wait four plus months to see what is going to happen. But still it was a great finale and while resolving some of the story threads it opened up a very big one as well. Nick getting back with Juliette was nice and also interesting that she wants to become part of the team. Rosalee and Monroe's parts were perfect and how they dealt with the "zombie" and Juliette was fun. Renard's brothers twisted plot came to fruition, at least until next season's continuation, and of course Nick ended up in big trouble. Finally Adalinde's story gets more interesting and we'll have to wait until fall to see how that plays out as well. Grimm has become one of my current favorite shows on TV and this finale did not disappoint.moreless
  • Laugh - I nearly died!

    Yes that is a pun on the cliffhanger - but the post-script by the screenwriters was even funnier!

    The writers tongue in cheek attitude is great and reflects the fun of the series... I don't even worry about looking for plot holes and what-not in this program I just (kind of like our hero in the container) go along for the ride ;-)

    Looking forward to the next season!
Reg E. Cathey

Reg E. Cathey

The Baron

Guest Star

Jenny McShane

Jenny McShane

Lilly O'Hara

Guest Star

Timothy Whitcomb

Timothy Whitcomb

Al the Tow Truck Driver

Guest Star

Shohreh Aghdashloo

Shohreh Aghdashloo

Stefania Vaduva Popescu

Recurring Role

Mary McDonald-Lewis

Mary McDonald-Lewis

Frau Pech

Recurring Role

James Frain

James Frain

Eric Renard

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Nick: I just wanted to say, and don't take this the wrong way...
      Juliette: What?
      Nick: Last night was the best night of my life.
      Juliette: Really? I don't suppose you could get the day off.
      Nick: I could... if people stopped killing each other.

    • Nick: You sure you're okay with this?
      Juliette: I am if you are.
      Nick: Let's just take it one Wesen at a time.

    • Nick: Is this a "shut the door" kind of conversation?
      Renard: My brother is here in Portland.
      Nick: Is he some sort of "your highness"?
      Renard: He's a Prince and he wields a lot of power in the Family.
      Nick: What's he doing here?
      Renard: He says he's here to discuss Family matters, but I never believe a word he says. You should know that his mother tried to murder mine. And me.
      Nick: That would make for an awkward Christmas.
      Renard: I wouldn't know. I was never included.

    • Nick: Okay, let's give it a try. All right, so there's a Wesen called a Cracher-Mortel, and apparently he can spit something in your face that can paralyze you to the point where you appear dead but you're not. And when you wake up a little bit later, you are a little crazed and very violent. You want to destroying everything that you can see. Apparently, this has something to do with a voodoo ritual...
      Juliette: So, just a normal day at the office?

  • NOTES (2)


    • Adalind: Ding dong, the witch is dead.
      Referencing a hit song from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. After the Wicked Witch of the East is killed, the Munchkins come out of hiding, they sing the number, and variations of it occur until Dorothy leaves the town.