Grimm (2011–2017)
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A mysterious drug related force begins to turn residents of Portland into feral zombies, meanwhile, Juliette learns more of the wesen community in the spice shop.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Captain Sean Renard
Eric Renard
The Baron
Dr. Harper
Sgt. Franco


A Caribbean feral, called 'bouckman' in the Grim records, causes his victims to get green foam around the mouth. Only apparently dead, they arise as extremely violent zombies. Their feral creator in Portland, a voodoo 'baron', is in league with captain Renard's rogue brother Eric, who visits from Vienna to discuss dynastic matters. It concerns a royal bastard child, equally dangerous and valuable, born by Hexenbiest Adalind, who is torn between conflicting advice and tricked into 'signing' a gypsy-style contract. Meanwhile Monroe, Rosalee and Bud oblige Juliet's stubborn demand to see what Nick intended to reveal before her affliction. She soon accepts this and agrees with Nick to become a close couple again. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 May 2013 (USA)  »

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At 9:35 the Baron sings a classic French song "Au clair de la lune" (By the light of the moon). See more »


Juliette Silverton: What are you?
Bud: I'm a - I'm a - uh, uh brain freeze.
Rosalee Calvert: Eisbiber.
Bud: That's me.
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Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin
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Grimm the best
8 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Grimm is one of my favorite shows because it has such a dark twist to the fairy tales. Season 1 was all about finding out Nick's abilities and going through the complicated world of Wezen for the first time. I really felt like season 2 - the latter half especially - really delved deeper into the mythology and how it affects the characters. By the end of the season, it's almost a completely different show in comparison to the first season (in a good way). It wasn't perfect but it was extremely engaging in multiple ways.

Here's what I hated: Juliette. Such a boring character even with the memory loss. It's almost like the writers tried to force her likability on viewers by making her seem sympathetic. But Bitsie is relatively wooden actress; a sharp contrast to her coworkers. Rosalee and Monroe are a great couple to watch for all sorts of reasons but mostly because they have natural chemistry - something Bitsie and David lack. Her memory loss just amplified the flaws of this character and showed just how unneeded she actually is.

Here's what I loved:

Everyone is in the loop now. The first half of the season was rather boring in comparison to the second half. Hank being included was bound to happen and in fact, it gives the show a little more humor since he is neither Wezen nor a Grimm yet aware of both. Now that everyone knows Renard is who he is, it brings everyone together and having such different personalities in the same room gives viewers some great moments.

Nick has really grown as a Grimm and he relies heavily on his mismatched friends. Though 'Muse' was not my favorite episode, it gave a great insight into how well balanced the group actually is.

Rosalee/Monroe. Gah! This couple is so adorable I could watch their scenes all day.

Overall, it was a great second season that was carried mostly by the action and revelations in the second half. I can't wait till season 3!!!!

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