Nick discovers that several disappeared women were raped, a few also killed, after a stay in Billy Capra's romantic, honeymoon-oriented hotel. After a Grimm-flash shows him Bill as a goat, ... See full summary »



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Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Billy Capra
Faith Collins
Leroy Kent
Lanie Hoyo ...
Casey McFeron ...
Roy Collins
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Nick discovers that several disappeared women were raped, a few also killed, after a stay in Billy Capra's romantic, honeymoon-oriented hotel. After a Grimm-flash shows him Bill as a goat, Nick enlists Eddie Monroe to help him identify the feral type, which uses irresistible seduction pheromones, and to prepare a hotel intrusion to save the latest victims. Meanwhile Captain Sean Renard gives an uninvited French reaper a terrible welcome. Written by KGF Vissers

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18 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Monroe drives a yellow VW Beetle in this episode. The main character of 'Once Upon a Time' Emma Swan famously drives a yellow VW Beetle. Both 'Grimm' and 'Once Upon a Time' are based on fairytales. See more »


When Billy Capra (Goat Guy) is seducing his next victim in the bar, it is dark outside when they cut back and forth to Nick. Though when it eventually cuts to Hank Griffin searching through Billy's things while he is gone, light can be seen through all of the windows and it is obviously daytime outside which is opposite from what we see in the other scenes. See more »


Nick Burkhardt: You know anything about Ziegevolk?
Monroe: A little. They're mostly like preachers, game show hosts; you know, actor-types. You know, guys like to be in the public eye. Why, did one goat out on you?
Nick Burkhardt: Yeah. Do you know some?
Monroe: I knew one in high school. Elvis Greenspan. Got all the chicks; like every hottie in school. Okay, kid was 5'4". Weighed in at like 280. It's hard to believe but Ziegevolk give off this sort of scent.
Nick Burkhardt: What, you mean like pheromones?
Monroe: Yeah, they secrete it in their sweat or something. ...
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Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin
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24 March 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

A woman flees from a building and is hit by a car while crossing a nearby bridge. The driver calls 911 and a stranger kills the woman. Nick and Hank investigate the case, identifies the woman, Faith Collins, and the coroner tells them that she was murdered by asphyxiation. They find a picture in her social network page of a bed and breakfast place named Bramble Haus close to the bridge.

Nick and Hank goes to the place and the owner Billy Capra explains that Faith had been there but did not stay there. When Hank accidentally steps on a toad, Nick sees his face changing and soon he realizes that Billy is a Ziegevolk. When Billy goes to the Blue Moon Bar, Hank investigates the house while Nick asks Monroe to help him again.

"Lonelyhearts" is an episode with an irresistible creature, a sort of Don Juan that seduces women and keep them in cages in the basement of his inn. Although the intention of the Ziegevolk is not clear, it may be probably to have sex with them. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Solitárias" ("Lonely Ones")

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