Grimm “The Woman In Black” Review – Way To Leave Us Dangling On That Cliff

Who else is glad that Grimm isn’t leaving us for good on that cliffhanger of an ending? I knew that "The Woman In Black" being the season finale meant that we were going to be left with questions and whatnot, but holy crap and I happy we get to see Grimm for a season two!

In this week’s episode, Nick (David Giuntoli) is given two extremely difficult tasks. First is to track down a murder that is running around town killing everyone related to a previous crime Nick and Hank (Russell Hornsby) had already solved (remember the three coins from "Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"? Yeah, this guy really wants those coins). It also happens to be the fourth guy that was involved in the death ofNick’s parents, so to say that the poor guy is carrying a personal vendetta is putting it mildly.

Two, Juliet (Bitsie Tulloch) announces the return of Adalind (Claire Coffee) and also lets slip that Adalind’s cat (which the crazy woman had fed some sort of potion to prior to their vet visit for this very reason) had scratched her hand. Nick freaks out and tries to tell Juliet the truth. He even takes her to the trailer where he waxes on about the different monsters, weapons, films, etc… until Juliet leaves him in the trailer and starts to get really freaking scared. Read More... 


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