This week’s Grimm may have been one of the grossest they’ve ever done. The beast of the week was a fly-like man who blinded his victim by blowing sand into their eyes, making them cry, and then sucking on their eyeballs with his nasty, slimy tongue. If th more
After Nick drank the nasty potion last week and collapsed, I thought for sure that we’d seen the end of the Juliette and Renard relationship. Not quite yet. Juliette and Renard drink their own brew and wait for the effects to take hold. Renard seems like more
While this episode was enjoyable, Grimm needs to finally address the nuts and bolts of the world it's presented to us. http://www.tv.com/news/grimm-natural-born-wesen-review-keep-to-the-code-136346896224/
Grimm is sort of unique in its approach in each episode. Some episodes start immediately and never stop while others take two or three acts to get going. "Natural Born Wesen" falls into the latter ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Christopher_Monigle/2013 more
Last night’s episode of Grimm wasn’t as strong as last week’s mid season premiere, but I don’t mean that as a criticism. Premieres and finales always get the good stuff; it’s the in-between episodes where a show proves its wo more
" Natural Born Wesen " is a return to procedural form for Grimm , but it does begin to explore the scope of the Wesen world while doing so.
Monroe’s interactions with his fellow Wesen in the dive bar, and in general, is always an entertaining more
After hearing that his (ex-?)almost-fiancee had been cheating on him with his boss, Nick is ready to get violent on somebody, preferably Renard. Monroe intervenes before anything could happen, delaying his friend long enough that a call comes in about a q more