Grimm 2.04 "Quill" Recap

Grimm has done a fine job of filling out the Wesen world. Be it through the introduction of different types of creatures, a look at the ways they go about their intra-species hierarchy, or revealing all the ways that they've infiltrated "normal life" through their career choices and various ambitions, the show has made a system of clashing subcultures of animal-people something fairly tangible and grounded in real life. Don't get me wrong, the show is quite fantastical and appropriately supernatural; it's just that, nearly 30 episodes into its run, Grimm has managed to underline its theme (human duality) fairly well while making the Wesen world feel like, well, a world. Read More...


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