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... See full summary »

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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 a professor-beekeeper and the other twelve attendants of a bee-keeping convention, Nick and his partner Hank find them congregating and get attacked by an unnatural bee swarm. Written by KGF Vissers

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The basis for this episode and the opening quote come from "The Queen Bee." See more »

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The beekeeper states that he was at a Howard Johnson's in Eugene. There is no Howard Johnson's in Eugene. See more »

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Monroe: [Upon entering a dark house] This is so the part of the horror movie where the sidekick gets it!
Nick Burkhardt: Just stay close.
Monroe: Tell me we are not going upstairs.
[Nick keeps walking]
Monroe: Oh, we're going upstairs!
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References Lassie (1954) See more »

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Buzzzzzzzzzzzzz
14 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Of the first three episodes, "BEEWARE" is clearly the better; providing more early X-Files type of mature mystery, blended with slight thrills, maybe even a chill, scripted and executed well.

More like an upscale SyFy (SciFi) Channel original, it's difficult to believe NBC-TV will stick with "GRIMM" to allow it to develop its audience.

So far, the Special Effects are smooth, crisp, sharp and clear, easily enhanced thanks to HiDef, blended with a Semi-Fairy Tale look and feel at varying points throughout each episode. No doubt, if NBC-TV commits to at least two years, this show will only get better...

GBJ


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