Grimm (2011–2017)
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Nick's destiny is uncertain as zombies continue to overrun Portland.

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Hank Griffin
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Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
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The Portland police is occupied with controlling the zombie waves, notably in the docks, where Monroe's party must be rescued and prepares to cure victims. Only Renard realizes it's all a diversion for the abduction of Grimm Nick, whom voodoo sorcerer Baron Samedi locks in a coffin using feral poison to be flown away. In Austria, Popescu's gang puts Analind trough an elaborate, gruesomely bloody ritual, reducing lady Piech to human sacrifice. Aboard, Grimm awakes, causes a crash and escapes, in killer mode. Written by KGF Vissers

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25 October 2013 (USA)  »

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The title is a play on the band The Grateful Dead See more »

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Stefania Vaduva Popescu: [Regarding the dead Frau Pech] In order to regain your Hexenbiest powers, you must know what she has seen, feel what she has touched, and walk a mile in her, well, feet.
Adalind Schade: What?
Stefania Vaduva Popescu: Not literally.
Adalind Schade: Oh. Good.
Stefania Vaduva Popescu: But you still have to cut off her hands, feet, and pluck out her eyes.
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Grimm - Intro/Theme
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They circled around and jumped the shark again.
3 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

How is this show still on TV? I understand that it's fantasy and you shouldn't question everything, like the tons of plot holes, but some things are just bad writing meant to insult the intelligence of the viewer. This episode starts off by changing what happened at the end of season two. While we watch Nick fight for his life(the exact same scene from the last episode) it cuts to his friends driving through the shipyard, which had not happened at that time. Not to mention that the captain was there this time and wasn't last season. But it gets much worse. The box that the gypsy put the old witch's heart in had a bunch of supposedly old and meaningful symbols on it. The first one I noticed was a heartagram. It was invented in 1996 by the singer of the band HIM and it has absolutely NO meaning. This show has finally lost me.


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