A man named Leonard "Lenny" Drake is found dead in a garbage truck and Nick and Hank investigate the case. They find blood in the dumpster near his building and a trail of blood to the parking garage. The manager explains that the tenant was a violent man that lived in his apartment with the gorgeous Natalie Havershaw. On the previous night, they had an argument and the tenants Marty Burgess first and the lawyer Mason Snyder then had come to protect her. Marty returned to his apartment while Lenny and Mason continued to argue. Then Mason escorted her to her car and she left the building to check in a hotel. Nick and Hank visit Marty at his junk shop and Nick sees that Marty looked like a mouse. Then they visit Mason and Nick sees that the lawyer looked like a snake. Nick visits Monroe and learns that the creatures are the harmless and cowardly Mauzhertz and the dangerous and lethal Lausenschlange respectively. Then Monroe receives a phone call relative to work and Nick leaves him, but... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The episode title is a pun on the name of John Steinbeck
's 1937 book "Of Mice and Men". It has been filmed in 1939 (cinema), 1968 (TV), 1981 (TV) and 1992 (cinema). See more
After he is attacked in the apartment parking garage, Marty jumps in his car and drives away. When he stops immediately after exiting the garage, his car has raindrops on the body and windows, which it shouldn't, having been under shelter. See more
[after finding a raccoon in their garbage
Don't arrest him, he's just hungry.
Yeah, well, he's a rodent, and he should be eating what rodents eat.
He's not a rodent. We're all mammals here.
Well, I'm not eating what he's eating.
Sure you are. You just got to it first.
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more