Grimm: Season 1, Episode 21

Big Feet (11 May 2012)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Constantine Brinkerhof
Larry McKenzie / Bigfoot
Michael Patterson
David Gimlin
Vera Saldona
Ryan Findley ...
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Episodes of vicious attacks by Bigfoot-like Wesen known as Wildermann are suddenly rampant. Nick and Monroe discover that the errant Wesen are connected to a psychologist performing medical experiments to help the Wesen control their urges. Written by Rudy1957

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The characters Michael Patterson and David Gimlin, are an obvious reference to Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin, who filmed the famous Patterson/Gimlin video of Bigfoot at Bluff creek in 1967. See more »


Monroe: Do you know what people do to things they can't explain? I don't want my house torched, man. And I don't want crosses burned at my front yard. I'm just saying this is how legends end up killing innocent people!
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
20 June 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Three Bigfoot hunters are looking for Bigfoot in the forest. Out of the blue, a creature attacks them and only the woman survives. Meanwhile, the horses' breeder Thom Carson sees something attacking the horses and he shoots with his gun. He finds one horse wounded and he calls the veterinary Juliette Silverton. Soon they find the bodies of the two hunters and Juliette summons Nick. They find the girl that survived the attack and she tells that the Bigfoot attacked them. Meanwhile Monroe is awakened during the night and he finds his friend Larry inside the house shot in the leg in the Wildermann form. Larry tells that he can not get back to the human form. Monroe calls Nick and Larry dies. Soon there are other attacks in the city and in common, all the Wildermann are client of the psychologist Constantine Brinkerhof. Nick decides to investigate the psychologist and soon he discovers that Brinkerhof is performing medical experiments with the Wildermann to help them to control their impulses.

"Big Feet" is one of the best episodes of Grimm, with a story that recalls "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" with the creature being part of an experiment. The story begins with Bigfoot that actually is a Wildermann. Nick learns the meaning of "woge" and Hank is confused about what he saw. Juliette continues to snoop around the mysteries and she will probably discover the truth about nick. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Pé Grande" ("Big Foot")

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