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It's Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee's (Bree Turner) big day and their joy will only be matched by unexpected heartache for those around them. Nick (David Giuntoli) and Juliette (... See full summary »



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It's Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee's (Bree Turner) big day and their joy will only be matched by unexpected heartache for those around them. Nick (David Giuntoli) and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) make a startling realization that could shake their relationship to its core. Meanwhile, Adalind (Claire Coffee) proceeds with a delicately laid plan that leads to a catastrophic event that will alter the course of Nick's journey. Written by Anonymous

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16 May 2014 (USA)  »

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Opens with the quote "Turn back, turn back, thou pretty bride, within this house thou must not abide. For here do evil things betide", from the fairytale "The Robber Bridegroom". See more »


Hank Griffin: It's going to be fine.
Monroe: No, I know. I know it's going to be fine. But, you know, you've been through this like, a million times.
Hank Griffin: It wasn't a million times. It just felt like it.
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Very poorly thought out
23 May 2014 | by (arizona) – See all my reviews

Nick is a seasoned professional, constantly dealing with emergencies. Situations requiring immediate action, are routine in his life. Recent activities have increased his and his friends status as targets of the enemy. Yet, he fails to place his phone or set the ringer level high enough so he can hear it when in the shower. And doesn't even bother to check it for missed calls or messages when he gets out (something any police officer would always do, and even any teenager would do). Are the writers for this show so out of touch, they don't know how cell phones work, or how people in positions of responsibility use them? The Captain is intimately familiar with Adalind, but didn't recognize any of her characteristics when posing as Juliette, including the kiss. And wasn't at all suspicious that this might have been her, given the current situation, even after the phone conversation with Juliette. He is also half hexenbeast, aware of such spells, and knows she recently stole some of her hair.

Nick would have immediately known this was not Juliette, especially after the kiss. To make this believable, he would have had to have been drunk or drugged. Something they didn't bother to write in somehow.

Yes, this is a fantasy, but when you create a world, and define your characters, good writers will work within those parameters. This is not Cheech and Chong meet Frankenstein.

Only incompetent or lazy writers will rely on extensive "comedy of errors" to arrive at the desired outcome. It seems this is becoming the rule rather than the exception in programs and movies. I turned off "White House Down" after the first few minutes of portraying white house security as less competent than the average mall guard.

They even had to conclude with Trouble being careless with, what as far as she knew, could be life or death for Nick. Her experience has made her extremely wary, she would have scoped, and yelled for Nick from outside. She was fully aware that the room was full of Wesen.

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