Season 3 Episode 14

Mommy Dearest

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Mar 07, 2014 on NBC
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Nick and Hank have to protect Wu's friends when they become the target of a Wesen, without giving away the existence of Grimms and Wesen to Wu. Meanwhile, Adalind gives birth to her daughter and regains her Hexenbiest powers.

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  • Wu is getting close to finding out the truth

    Wu is getting close to finding out the truth about Vessen when a close friend of his is attacked. Adeline has her baby, it's soon evident that this baby could give Damien a run for his money!
Freda Foh Shen

Freda Foh Shen

Dana Tomas

Guest Star

Alain Uy

Alain Uy

Sam Tomas

Guest Star

Tess Paras

Tess Paras

Lani Tomas

Guest Star

Robert Blanche

Robert Blanche


Recurring Role

Damien Puckler

Damien Puckler


Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Wu: Does that taste any good?
      Franco: Not really, but my wife's been mad at me for not eating healthier, so I'm trying.
      Wu: Sometimes my cat gets mad at me, and all she needs is a belly rub.
      Franco: My wife's not a cat.
      Wu: Doesn't mean it wouldn't work.

    • Juliette: If this is Wesen-related, how are you gonna keep Wu in the loop?
      Nick: We lie.
      Juliette: Ah... the basis of any lasting relationship.

    • Rosalee: There are ancient rituals where it's believed the health and youth of the baby can be absorbed. Your case could have something to do with that.
      Monroe: Yeah, I have an aunt and uncle used to eat their newborns' placentas, fry them up with a little butter and honey. But, I'm sorry, this is going too far.

    • Hank: Do we have to start at the beginning?
      Monroe: Yeah, pick it up right before the "and then I cut off his head" part.
      Nick: All right. Ohh, "snuck down the putrid alley. Fetid smell of blood," blah, blah. "Cut off its..." Okay, too far.

    • Hank: Now that we know what we're dealing with, what do we tell Wu?
      Monroe: Oh, no, no. I don't think an Aswang is a--a very good gateway for a kehrseite.
      Hank: I'm not sure there is a good gateway.
      Rosalee: More of a hellgate.

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    • Title:
      Referencing the 1978 expose of Hollywood star Joan Crawford titled Mommie Dearest. The tell-all is written by Joan's daughter Christine, who claims that her mother is a dominating parent who engages in child abuse. It was adapted into a movie in 1981, with the more dramatic moments overacted to the point where the movie was often hailed as a camp classic.