During a flash-mob on a bus, a lawyer is killed with a stunning overdose of bee venom, but it fits no geographical origin. Monroe and the Grim records help Nick work out it must be the work of a feral bee queen, the sworn enemy of Hexebiests like Adalind. Trailing an professor-beekeeper and the other twelve attendants of a convention, Nick and his partner Hank find them congregating and get attacked by an unnatural bee swarm. Written by
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Doug is wearing a shirt that has black and yellow lines on gray and white-ish base. His cell phone has a black-and-yellow shell. The queen is dressed all in black and yellow. All references to the colors of bees. See more
The beekeeper says that it is a queen bee that lands on Grimm's hand when he is being questioned. But queen bees only leave their hives on two occasions: on their mating flights (when they get impregnated) and when a new queen takes some of the workers in a swarm to form a new hive. Neither case applies in this instance. See more
I was at the Howard Johnson in Eugene last night for this year's Oregon Beekeeper's Con.
Pretty crowded convention?
Well, there's twelve of us, actually.
References Hawaii Five-O
Written by Henri Belolo
, Jacques Morali
and Victor Willis
Performed by The Village People See more