It's too bad " Game Ogre " didn’t air prior to my midseason report card – my take on things could have been remarkably different. But at least now Grimm can be complimented for showing definite improvement.
Although everyone has a little bit more to do more
The moment that you get to see tangible evidence of character bonds in a new series can be something else. If a show is lucky enough to get a full first season to explore itself and what it can do (which Grimm has and is doing each week), there's a time w more
As a proponent of heavily serialized drama, character development is one of the major things that I look for when deciding whether or not to stick with a new show. Even though you have to give some a little more time than others, there has to be some sens more
Now I can add warm and fuzzy to Eddie’s personality. Just like last week, " Let Down Your Hair " dished out plenty of Eddie time, and once again the show benefited from it. All while expanding on and continuing plot threads from previous episodes. Read Mo more
This week on Grimm , a girl who has been missing for nine years is linked to a crime. Believing she's a Blutbad, Nick and Monroe try to find her and help her. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/grimm/grimm-recap-deep-in-the-woods-43174.aspx more
Monroe found someone to love! Well, sort of. On this week’s episode of Grimm , Nick and Hank begininvestigating the murder of a drug dealer that’d been living deep in the woods . It turns out he was strangled (and WOW was his broken neck gruesome), and more