Using a callback can be a pretty tricky thing for a series to do. You don't want to rely on previous events in lieu of creating new ones, but utilized properly, they can help create a tighter world for the main characters to inhabit. Particularly wit more
“Island of Dreams” was a toss back to the beginning episodes of Grimm . It was a stand alone episode, and nothing really happened except we got to see Hank and Adalind together again. Oh, and Adalind make some really disgusting blood cook more
One of Grimm 's main assets has been its ability to take a familiar concept and turn it on its ear. That fresh perspective has been a harbinger of good things for the show, in that it already has a fairly distinct point-of-view, even with the inclusi more
" Plumed Serpent " was easily one of the most imaginative episodes of Grimm yet. We all give Once Upon A Time a lot of credit for bringing fairy tales and Disney to life, but Grimm should be given its fair share of credit for being able to bring its own u more
This week on Grimm , the suspect in Nick's latest case leads to a world of fire-breathing humans, which ends with Juliette's life in danger.
It was a true fairy tale on this week’s episode of Grimm , where Nick has to man up , and quite literally save his princess from a dragon . I don’t know about you , but I love this kind of story. Tha more
Grimm doesn't let you in on a whole lot of character background. Sure, we know that Hank has had two past cases haunt him and that Monroe has become the epitome of a Renaissance Blutbad, but when it comes to main character Nick Burkhardt, information more
This week on Grimm , the show ignores all the heavy story lines that occurred last time and dives into a bizarre Grimm/Nazi connection that stems from magical coins that have a devastating effect on those who come into possession with it. http://www.buddy more