In this very special episode of Grimm, Adalind has a serious talk with Diana about why she shouldn't kill people with her brain.
The one where Diana was a creepy monster baby, Adalind was a sad Hexenpanda, and Wu took a walk on the wild side.
The steady Friday show gets sacrificed to make room for other shows on the schedule.
Revenge, honor, tradition, and murder were all in a day’s work for Nick and the gang. Speaking of work, Adalind went on a job interview, and Eve, well you’ll see.
This was the one where Grimm got all biblical.
This really isn’t helping Grimm defend itself against the argument that it’s just a less-cool Supernatural.
The secret of the seven keys was revealed in Grimm's 100th episode. Also, Rosalie has a visitor and Renard got political.
In "Key Move," Monroe and Nick went to the Old Country to track down some buried treasure/doomsday weapon that will kill us all. Old maps were hard to read, priests made great villains, and Grimm is still pretending it’s a spy show.
It looked like Grimm was gearing up for a roadtrip as Monroe and Rosalie had a visitor with a very expensive offer for Nick.
With Portland in the middle of a drought , Black Claw reintroduced some magical rituals to Wesen farming communities in "Star-Crossed." Of course, those rituals had a body count.
"A Reptile Dysfunction" revealed that Eve/Juliette was the HBIC at the U.S. federal government's super secret Wesen task squad bunker dungeon headquarters. Seriously.
Nick and the gang had their hands full when the Black Claw made some major moves on the Wesen establishment and Juliette assassinated some dude with her BRAIN.
A giant rat monster terrorizes the feline wesen who used to hunt them for funzies. Trubel gets kidnapped by her nurse. Adalind finally gets to do something other than wander aimlessly around Nick's bunker.