During a flash-mob on a bus, a lawyer is killed with a stunning overdose of bee venom, but it fits no geographical origin. Monroe and the Grim records help Nick work out it must be the work of a feral bee queen, the sworn enemy of Hexebiests like Adalind. Trailing a professor-beekeeper and the other twelve attendants of a bee-keeping convention, Nick and his partner Hank find them congregating and get attacked by an unnatural bee swarm.
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Doug is wearing a shirt that has black and yellow lines on gray and white-ish base. His cell phone has a black-and-yellow shell. The queen is dressed all in black and yellow. All references to the colors of bees. See more
After the bus victim was administered to the morgue, the doctor in charge said "I've never seen a gauge this big", referring to the gaping hole in the side of the victim's neck (we know the hole was large because the detective in the prior scene suggested that the victim was stabbed with a nail. The gauge number and needle sizes are inversely proportional. Instead, the doctor should have said: "I've never seen a gauge this small". See more
She'll sting you one day. Oh so gently, so you hardly even feel it. 'Til you fall dead...
References Hawaii Five-O
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more