Grimm Season 3 Review “El Cucuy”

My apologies Grimmsters for the tardiness of my review of last Friday’s episode. For those of you who may have missed it due to the holiday, I recommend checking it out on your on demand or DVR. It was fluffy fare – in the same vein as the recent mermaid episode – and I almost feel like it would’ve been better around Halloween. Regardless, the moral of the story was clear – don’t piss off a kindly old Mexican lady, as she may just turn into a savage beast who rips your throat out.

The creature of the week was El Cucuy, which the newly-helpful Juliette tells Nick is the Mexican equivalent of the boogey man. She takes Nick to meet with Juliette’s … well, I don’t know who this woman is, actually. Is she Juliette’s psychic? It’s the same woman from last season who warned Juliette of all the bad stuff going down thanks to Adalind’s spell. The woman tells them that when the sorrow and laments of a large group of women grows loud enough, El Cucuy will appear and rid the neighborhood of any evil-doers.



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