Facing their far and family feral past shakes up the Portland PD protagonists. Nick joins forces with his death-presumed mother Kelly Burkhardt, a huntress who followed Akira Kimura, to ... See full summary »

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Facing their far and family feral past shakes up the Portland PD protagonists. Nick joins forces with his death-presumed mother Kelly Burkhardt, a huntress who followed Akira Kimura, to chase the excessively cruel 'mauvais dent' monster murderers, who are after six golden coins, part of the key to a terrible secret since the crusades. It's the obsession of rivaling feral royalty branches, including Renard's, putting him opposite his estranged European half-brother. Written by KGF Vissers

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The opening quote; "The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned..."; is from Yeats' poem "The Second Coming". See more »

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The area code they use for Catherine's number is one used for New Mexico, not Oregon. See more »

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Kelly Burkhardt: I'm sorry.
Nick Burkhardt: For what?
Kelly Burkhardt: A lot of things on that list.
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Grimms and Reapers
13 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

The first episode of the second season of "Grimm" is fun and it keeps things going after the last episode of the first season. It is a little bit slow, though, its pace suffering from all the story-lines is trying to keep going.

Nick and Kimura's showdown is interrupted by... Nick's mother. Kimura ends in prison, and Nick with a conversation with his mother. Captain Renard is not very happy with the mess he has in his hands. And a new enemy is close by. And let's not forget Juliette...

The episode does a good job of keeping things going while giving enough time to everyone (ok, almost, poor Hank). The effects are still a little bit shoddy, but acceptable, and sometimes makes all look too fake. And the pace comes and goes, with way too many story-lines right now going on. However, the acting and direction help overcome its shortcomings. With so much going on, it will be normal if the viewer gets a little bit lost. The background and stories, though, keep making "Grimm"'s story more and more interesting. Let's hope it doesn't become too messy, though.


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