Teenage street kid buddies Steven Bamford and Kevin Standish disappear in the forest. One's corpse is found, missing various organs. Nick realizes from his legacy book that may be the work of Geiers, crypto-vultures who take sadistic pleasure in the agony of victims whose organs they 'harvest' to sell as feral creatures medicine. Monroe shows Nick the fox-feral pharmacist-client. Nick and his girlfriend take pity on street kid siblings Hanson and Gracie, who tell them when treated to a dinner about their missing mates. Both trails connect in a free clinic treating the homeless. Written by
Did You Know?
The brother and sister are called Hansen and Gracie, referencing Hansel and Gretel. This episode has several references to the fairytale. See more
When Monroe enter the "pharmacists" shop you can see a person duck out of sight in front of him as he is walking through the door. See more
The vast majority of humans just can't process that kind of information. They can believe in all kinds of stuff, you know. Gods, for example. Angels, demons, and dinosaurs and the Big Bang Theory, and E equals MC squared, man. But that's only because it's not right in front of them. They're not looking directly into the boiling core of the raw universe. So, you know, confronted with that kind of reality, a lot of brains just turn to mush.
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more