If there’s one thing that I learned at the end of Grimm Season 3 Episode 10, it’s this:
Don’t give Juliette a frying pan. Not since Rapunzel in Tangled have I witnessed someone mercilessly beat the bad guys to a pulp with one.
Frying pan humor aside, this installment focused mostly on Juliette and Hank. While Juliette and Hank were doing completely different things, at the end both of their stories tied together thematically. This theme of Wesen acceptance is a cornerstone of Grimm, but this was the only episode that really took more than a passing glance at the idea.