After a long run of episodes that have changed the playing field of 'Grimm,' we're now in a stretch that can be considered one-off's. These latest episodes aren't driven by by big, life changing events for Detective Nick Burkhardt and crew, but are more about the monsters/mystery/procedural aspects of the show. And that's not so bad.Tonight's one-off is "Mr. Sandman" and it's a solid little thriller.
So 'Grimm' is back in the swing of things after a near fourth month absence, and it's finally sorting out the big story arc of the season. Finally Juliette is out of her coma, and finally Detective Nick Brukhardt and Captain Renard know each other's secrets. Tonight's episode "Natural Born Wesen" looks like it will be more of a one-off, but we bet they get into some of the issues that were raised last week.
It's been months -- literally - since we last heard from Detective Nick Burkhardt and the wesen that surround him. In the last episode of 'Grimm,' "Season of the Hexenbiest," (you know, from November) Nick found out it was his boss Renard who was in love with his girlfriend Juliette, while Renard seemed close to the trinket that could change the balance of good and evil, or some such thing.
There's a lot of ground to cover in tonight's episode "Face Off,' but honestly, we're just hoping for good pulp fun.
So this week of 'Grimm' should be pretty intense as it's the final episode of the year. After last week's episode “To Protect and Serve Man,” we know that Monroe now knows about Renard and Juliette's problem, and that Adalind is returning to Portland. Will this give some closure, or is going to be a long wait until 2013? Find out in our review of the latest episode "Season of the Hexenbiest."
Last week's episode 'The Hour of Death" finally moved forward the Juliette/Renard storyline in a way that should impact this week's episode, so we're excited that 'Grimm' is finally addressing what appears to be the season's overarching storyline. We're expecting more about it in tonight's episode "To Protect and Serve Man."
After last week's Halloween-themed episode "La Llorona," we're interested to see how 'Grimm' starts to move forward (if at all) the growing tension between Captain Renard and Juliette. We're also hoping for more Monroe, who's been sidelined for the last couple episodes. Tonight's episode is entitled 'The Hour of Death," which promises something intense. Does it deliver? Read on for our recap of the latest episode of 'Grimm.'
Few shows are as perfectly suited to do Halloween episodes as 'Grimm,' so we're hoping they deliver with tonight's episode "La Llorona." Last week's episode "The Other Side" raised the stakes for the Captain Renard/Juliette kiss, so we're hoping that comes into play, but as it's Halloween time, we're guess this is more of a one-off.
Last week on 'Grimm' we saw Juliette getting kissed by Nick, only to envision Captain Renard. It looks like the whole coma, woken with a kiss plot is finally going someplace. But will it be more tease, like last week's episode "The Bottle Imp," or is this thing finally going to resolve itself? We'll find out in tonight's episode "The Other Side."
Last week on 'Grimm' we saw how Hank, Nick and Monroe work together as a team to protect each other, and we saw Rosalee leave to take care of a sick aunt (which means Monroe is now slightly single). We were promised that Juliette is about to come out of her memory coma, and it looks like we're going to finally see some movement on that plot tonight.
Last week's episode "Over My Dead Body" was good, but they really need to move this amnesia plot forward. Hopefully they will in "The Bottle Imp," so read on for our in-depth recap and review.
Last week in the 'Grimm' episode "The Good Shepherd" we saw how Detective Nick Brukhart worked with his two partners, Hank and Monroe, and it made for a solid if unremarkable episode. The elephant in the room is what's going on with Juliette, and we hope this week she'll either get fully out of her coma, or something interesting happens with her. Read on for our in-depth recap of this season's sixth episode: "Over My Dead Body."