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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Melissa Wincroft
Serena Dunbrook
Wrick Jones ...
Shelly Lipkin ...
Camilla Gotlieb
Michael J. Prosser ...
Elliot Spinella (as Mike Prosser)
Stephen Lange ...
John Coleman


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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11 November 2011 (USA)  »

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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 »


When the detectives are in the morgue for the first time, Dr. Harper mentions that bees are part of phylum Anthropoda rather than the correct Arthropoda. See more »


Hank Griffin: Dying on a streetcar while dancing to YMCA. What do you think?
Nick Burkhardt: Sounds like a crappy way to go.
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References Lassie (1954) See more »


Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin
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Who Is the Enemy and Who Is Coming?
21 March 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

A group of people boards a streetcar and they dance "YMCA" on the boombox of a teenager. When the flash mob leaves the streetcar, the conductor finds the body of a young woman. Nick and Hank investigate the case and the coroner tells that the victim, the lawyer Serena Dunbrook, died of anaphylactic shock due to a large quantity of caused by a large quantity of bee venom. Nick interrogates the owner of the boombox, Doug, and he finds that Doug is a Mellifer. Nick and Hank follow Doug and his friend John to an abandoned facility where they meet a woman, but they are attacked by a swarm of bees and the suspects flee. Nick reads the journals of Marie in the trailer and summons Monroe and discovers that the bee queen and her swarm are enemies of Hexebiests. But who is his enemy and who is coming?

"Beeware" is another good episode of Grimm and the mystery intrigues. The plot is a combination of "The X-Files" and "Supernatural" and now Nick has a sort of conflictive situation, protecting the woman that tried to kill his beloved aunt. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Tome Cuidado" ("Be Careful")

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