Nick and Hank look into the death of a priest, who was performing an exorcism on a 9-year-old boy. Is the boy a Wesen or possessed by a demon?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Mr. Keary
Julianne Christie ...
Nancy Keary
Tobias Anderson ...
Monsignor Paul Dobbs
Quinn Armstrong ...
Matthew Bard
Nurmi Husa ...


Nick (David Giuntoli) faces his toughest challenge yet when he and Hank (Russell Hornsby) investigate a case that combines religious phenomenon with the dark dealings of the Wesen Council. Meanwhile, Rosalee (Bree Turner) is torn when Nick's case challenges her Wesen loyalties. Elsewhere, Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz) leaves town to tend to some "family matters." Written by Anonymous

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6 December 2013 (USA)  »

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Opens with the quote, "We don't believe, we only fear." See more »


The "Seminary Student" is shown wearing a clerical collar. He would not be able to wear this collar unless he had been ordained which comes after graduation from seminary. See more »


Nick Burkhardt: So, if one parent is a Wesen, and the other one isn't, what would the child be?
Rosalee Calvert: You mean a Wesen and a Kehrseite?
Hank Griffin: Yeah...
Monroe: So, I guess it's time for the "Birds and the whole Bienen-Wesen" talk. Okay. If both parents are Wesen, then the child will be, too.
Rosalee Calvert: Or if one parent is Wesen and the other is Kehrseite, then there's a 50-50 chance that the child will be Wesen.
Monroe: Unless the Kehrseite is a Kehrseite-Gentrager. Then you're definitely getting a Wesen.
Hank Griffin: Let's pretend I understood what you just said...
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Episode was excellent
9 December 2013 | by (raidhe) – See all my reviews

Episode was very impressive. And he was provoked like usual. Initially the story of a young child and a story that revolves around the killing of the boy by the Council because of the strange case called "Grauzenz" and these cases was weird not provide a link to Alvesn tried Council send someone to kill this child, but Grimm saved a child from a person Almrcol and wife Grimm tried to save the child and identified the cause of his illness, a bacterial transformation to an aggressive child behavior The reason for this bacteria marathon swim down in the sea in the state of Jordan and also the Council persuaded a last resort not to kill the child, but to impose their control and Grimm also appeared also in this episode of the royal family he want to kill Captain Sean Renard, but was able to escape his intelligence and also seems to me that Eric Renard is still alive and this what makes these are exciting episodes upcoming series will be very beautiful

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