Grimm (2011–2017)
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After sleeping on it Nick decides it would be best for Monroe to take Juliette to the trailer. However, the trailer triggers more memories of Nick than Juliette may be able to handle ... See full summary »

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After sleeping on it Nick decides it would be best for Monroe to take Juliette to the trailer. However, the trailer triggers more memories of Nick than Juliette may be able to handle leading her to seek the help of Pilar for insights into her current condition. Meanwhile Monroe fears Rosalee, who is serving jury duty, maybe under the influence of a toad dropping Ziegevolk who is jury tampering to win his case. Nick, Hank, Bud, Monroe and Rosalee hatch a plan to stop this Ziefevolk once and for all. Written by mtnchickie

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Opens with the quotes Opens with the quote, He sang a sweet song in tones so full and soft that no human ear could resist them nor fathom their origin..."; a paraphrase by Richard Hatem, of the story "The Garden of Paradise". See more »

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Monroe: This one has a lengthy treatise on Ziegevolk anatomy, but the author seems mostly interested in rehashing the old "three versus four stomachs" debate.
Nick Burkhardt: That's a debate?
Monroe: Oh, yeah.
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References 12 Angry Men (1957) See more »

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Jury duty
22 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Rosalee is in jury duty, and there seems to be some wesen's tampering in the case. Captain Renard and Nick become better friends. And Juliette and Monroe talk.

After so much plot development and action and overall story-line, it is great to see a one-episode contained story that relies on humor and the characters to push the story along. Instead of action and violence, the trial, and the weekly wesen, do for a more original approach, where the team needs to do research, think about the kind of wesen they are against and prepare a very specific plan to counteract its powers. It gives time for Nick, Monroe and Hank to shine, and its fast paced and quite funny. There is a limit to a story where the characters just run around and shoot their guns, even if you put super-beings in the story.

And in case the viewer wants something more, we get Juliette's overall act, which is becoming more and more interesting, as well as some stuff happening in Europe.


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