There was at least one good thing to come out of " Big Feet " with Juliette finally hopping back on the Wesen trail and telling Nick about her findings. The rest of the episode set up almost nothing, and instead sent the story momentum Grimm has been buil more
We’re almost up to the season one finale of Grimm and this week’s episode “Big Feet” really brought some interesting questions and struggles to the table! After being called to help with an injured horse, Juliet (Bitsie Tulloch – who needs to give me he more
Grimm can get a little frustrating with its complacency in format. It may have its hands tied regarding the format it operates under, but there have been times where edging away from the procedural side of its identity could have benefited an episode grea more
It’s been a long time since Grimm actually had a true procedural case, that didn’t have any serial elements baked into it. I’m a little sad " Happily Ever Aftermath " decided to return to Grimm ’s roots a little bit.
That’s not to say the case isn’t wo more
This week on Grimm , Nick's crime-fighting with the power of ... sound. The latest killer can screech so high that it bursts arteries, glass -- anything in its way.
Meanwhile, Juliette does some sleuthing on her own, trying to find what really happene more
While Grimm has given us their version of many fairy tale creatures, there really haven’t been episode that focused primarily on a well known story. That changed this week in “Happily Ever Aftermath” when Grimm decided to put its own spin on Cinderel more
" Leave It To Beavers " is the episode we’ve all been waiting for. In many ways it is the perfect episode to transition towards the end of the season. So many of its plot culminations are moments we’ve been rooting for and wanting and waiting to see since more
This week on Grimm , the death of a construction worker leads Nick to the creature world, when a beaver is afraid to come forward after witnessing a crime. Meanwhile, Monroe comes over to Nick and Juliette's for dinner and hilarity -- for us, the viewers. more