Nick Burkhardt, a promising Portland homicide detective, told nobody he gets visions of people 'transforming' into monsters when he looks at them. While investigating the murder and disappearance of two girls, he realizes it's a Grimm family gift, which passes from his aunt Marie Kessler when she is dying from cancer. She also gives him a mysterious key. Nick becomes her attacker's next target, but barely and wisely discretely uses his gift to track down the postman, who turns out a descendant of werewolf line, yet helps him find the violent monster. Written by
Did You Know?
The basis for this episode and the origin of the opening quote comes from "Little Red Riding Hood." See more
When Nick and Hank are at the Police Station, Nick accidentally drops an engagement ring when picking up his jacket. Hank throws it to him overarm. In the next shot of Nick catching the ring, it is clear that the ring was thrown to him underarm from outside the camera shot. See more
[Blond woman walks by
Detective, what are you looking at? You just bought a ring.
That's not what I'm looking at.
Come on, don't ruin it for me.
No, she wears Armani, makes low six figures, drives a BMW, and is falling for a senior partner at her law firm. Nothing but trouble, Hank.
Why can't you just look at her ass like the rest of us?
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Written by David A. Stewart
(as Dave A. Stewart), Annie Lennox
Performed by Eurythmics See more