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'Grimm' Review: One Quick Temper and One Slow Burn

In this episode of Grimm, Nick and Hank track down a Wesen with a quick temper, Monroe runs into trouble at the spice shop and Renard and Juliette discover they both have the same problem.  A slow burn Okay, so from the previews we've been seeing, I sure as heck thought that the Renard/Juliette storyline was going to be a much bigger part of this episode. But as it turns out, we only saw a little bit with each of them. In the beginning of the episode, Juliette claims that she remembers Nick but I knew after a while that it was going to turn out to be a dream. That was pretty cruel of them to put it into the preview clips though. We see that Juliette is still trying as hard as she can to remember Nick but at the end, when they are dancing and then kiss, suddenly she sees Renard: just like he did in the deleted scene (LLINNK**) from last week's episode. We now know a little more about what triggers the hallucinations. It looks like anytime either of them kisses someone else, they will see each other. But though the story has been a slow burn so far, things look to be heating up in the next episode.  Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/grimm/grimm-review-one-quick-temper-47952.aspx

'Grimm' recap: A Dream Not Come True

Oh,  Grimm , how cruel you are! Or maybe I should be saying the sandman is a very, very cruel creature. In any case, Nick's dream of Juliette remembering him and giving him a big smooch is just about the last kind of dream Nick would want to be tricked into believing is real. So fess up,  Grimm  fans, who fell for it? The show actually had me believing Juliette's amnesia was finally starting to subside until she said, "It's all coming back to me." Now that's too easy. And when she was totally cool with Nick's Grimmness, I knew this had to be a dream. Read More... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/grimm-season-2-episode-7-bottle-imp/

Grimm 2.07 "The Bottle Imp" Recap

In the world of Grimm, you never know what people are capable of. The show has continually hit on the idea that what we present to the public are merely facades, what we want them to see rather than who we actually are. From the local mailman to prominent political figures, from police officers that have been sworn to protect the public to your child's high school teacher, we're all hiding something that we'd rather not share with anyone that we know, let alone the strangers that we encounter on a daily basis. Unfortunately for some, they have to hide an entire identity for fear of the reaction that other people would have to who they truly are. Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/grimm/grimm-the-bottle-imp-recap/

Grimm Review: Fate Only Pulls in One Direction

One of  Grimm ’s best assets is the ability to show someone’s true colors. What is just below the exterior of a character? " The Bottle Imp " did just that, and in a way that made both the procedural story and the continuing character arcs richer. The plot twist of the little girl, April, being the Wesen hurting and murdering people didn’t surprise me too much, considering the Grimm-pedia specifically mentioned "offspring" (while being conveniently left out by Nick and Hank). But what did take me aback - and what was so much fun to watch - was this living and breathing Wesen world that each creature adapts to and carves out for his/her kind. April’s family members know that as they grow up hormones tend to send them out of control, and to provide a counterbalance to that they have a Wesen of their own looking out for them and keeping them in line in at Juvenile Detention. Read More...   http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/10/grimm-review-fate-only-pulls-in-one-direction/#ixzz29ONlg1gS

Grimm Season 2 “The Bottle Imp” Review – “And the boy, thinking no evil, drew the cork out of the bottle.”

This week was pretty quiet on the Grimm front, which is unfortunate since I’ve become addicted to this show and look forward to it each week. Not much happened in "The Bottle Imp" to advance the plot. There were a few moments where Juliette seemed to be snapping out of her amnesia, but then it was revealed to either be A.) a dream or B.) too much for her to handle. But we’ll get back to Juliette in a minute. Let’s talk about the case. There’s a father who picks up his young daughter and stops for gas where his credit card (two of them) is declined. The father reveals himself to be a Wesen, and after he goes in to pay with cash, the clerk is suddenly dead. Wu calls in Nick and Hank who put two and two together and realize that the killer was something Grimm, and head over to Nick’s trailer to do some research. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/10/13/grimm-season-2-the-bottle-imp-review-and-the-boy-thinking-no-evil-drew-the-cork-out-of-the-bottle/
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