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Bad Moon Rising 

Monroe explains to Nick about the feral Coyotl prison gang-like, even tattooed kind's pack code when they find on old friend of Hank is actually one who fled his pack years ago and now ... See full summary »

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Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
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Jarold Kempfer
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Carly Kempfer
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Monroe explains to Nick about the feral Coyotl prison gang-like, even tattooed kind's pack code when they find on old friend of Hank is actually one who fled his pack years ago and now finds his daughter kidnapped. The trail leads to their Texas relatives, the Kempfers, who stop at nothing but ignore the other side has a Grimm. Nick shows angelic patience when Juliette's memory returns about everything except their love. Written by KGF Vissers

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Mark Pellegrino played Lucifer on Supernatural. See more »

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Sgt. Wu: Hey. So, let me get this straight. In the last six hours you've arrested six villains, saved a damsel in distress, and reunited a family, while I've filled out three dozen overtime reports and scrubbed out the coffeemaker. Yeah, we've all put in a rich, full day.
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Coyotes! I mean... Coyotl!
16 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

"Bad Moon Rising" is example 101 of why "Grimm" is an amazing show. It has action, it has tension, it has character development, it also develops the overall plot and the lore of the show and the Grimms. It is an amazingly entertaining episode.

Carly, Hank's goddaughter, is kidnapped. Carly's father, Jarold, goes to Hank to ask for help. Hank is having his own problems, after all that he saw, with nightmares and thinking he is going crazy. Nick is trying to help Juliette remember. And Monroe tries to help them both.

Hank is the anchor of the episode. Russell Hornsby does a great job in creating a character that knows what he saw, and is trying to cope with it, and make sense of a new understanding of reality... when he gets a call from an old friend who is actually one of those 'different' beings. You could complain that Nick should have a chat with him, instead of trying to keep things secret, and the show overplays it a little bit, but otherwise, the team up of Hank (I know, but I don't want to know), Nick (I have gotten used to be the one that fights against them) and Jarold (what I am doing with a Grimm?) does for a great group.

And the episode delivers, with lots of rhythm, good use of locations, and enough mystery to keep the fan happy. And with John Pyper- Ferguson as the bad Coyotl, we would just need a roadrunner to make the episode perfect (yes, sorry, I couldn't help it...).


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