When a local Reverend reports that his church has been robbed, Nick quickly learns that it's a Wesen church, and enlists Monroe to check for any suspicious activity regarding the shepherd's flock. Meanwhile, Nick and Juliette continue to figure out the rules of their relationship as a dangerous opponent lurks in the shadows with his sights on Nick. Written by
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The opening quote and loose plot come from Aesop's fable "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing". See more
The reverend says that in Spain, on the base of the Christopher Columbus statue, the country's motto "ne plus ultra" is inscribed. This is wrong in several levels. First of all, the actual words are "NON plus ultra" (lit. "no more beyond"), a Latin saying used in Roman and Medieval times to mean that there was no land west of the Iberian Peninsula; these are indeed on the base of the Columbus statue in Valladolid. However, Spain's national motto is actually the opposite, "Plus Ultra" ("More Beyond"): they were adopted under the reign of Charles I in reference to Columbus' travels, who had proved the old Latin saying wrong. See more
Yeah, well, he is definitely working his charms on his assistant Megan. I think they have something romantic going on and I gotta tell you, that's totally weird. A Blutbad with a Seelengut, I mean, Darwin would have a field day with this relationship. And I'm not saying I'm prejudiced. It's just like the wolf getting into a sheep's clothing. If you know what I mean.
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more