Apologies for not getting a review out for last week's episode. My laptop tried to go into winter hibernation for a week and a half, but I think I got it under control.
One of my main problems with the pilot of Grimm was its worrying dual selves, where more
" Beeware " of social media! It’s what all the Killer Bees are using now. All lame jokes and flash mobs aside “Bee” did provide some much-needed conspiracy that was absent last week by shedding some light on Adalind and Captain Renard. Although, I wish a more
Welcome back to another week of Grimm , everyone. Episode 3 began with a signature plot-hinting epitaph: "She'll sting you one day. Oh, ever so gently, so you hardly even feel it. Til you fall dead," a rather obscure reference from 1955's "Queen Bee more
GRIMM “BeeWare” Episode 3 – Last week it was bears and now this week GRIMM has moved onto bees. What’s up with all of the creature animals? Nick and Hank are investigating the murder of a woman on a crowded bus whic more
Gather 'round, Grimm fans, for the age-old story of the Bear Bar Mitzvah, that special time in a young cub's life when he lures a hot blonde girl into the woods, feeds on her carcass, and becomes... a Grizzly Man? Mama bear must be proud. This more
After having watched the pilot for NBC's Grimm three times (once for pleasure, once to take notes from, and once on premiere night), I was curious how the show would go forward. It seemed to have a fairly good idea of the type of show that it wanted to be more
This week on Grimm , a woman hears her boyfriend get attacked inside of a house they broke into. The family who lives in the house, it turns out, has a dark past. Which fairytale are we dealing with here? http://www.buddytv.com/articles/grimm/grimm-recap- more