Nick investigates the failed attempt to murder feral Ian Harmon, who seeks help from ex-lover Rosalee, who brings in Monroe, who turns to Nick. He finds the feral hit-man Edgar Waltz is a Hundjäger ('canine hunter'), a ruthless breed used by the seven competing royal families, who demands police captain Renard's help. Waltz stops at nothing, threatening with city-wide slaughter and kidnapping Rosalee to get his prey, but Nick, Ian and Monroe still fight back, for once overruling human law.
Did You Know?
The opening quote and some loose plot points come from the fairytale "Iron Hans". See more
Ian's passport shows an alias of "Ian Montgomery" at 13:17. However, when Hank looks at the same passport at 15:24, he says, "Ian Harmon." There's no reference to "Ian Montgomery." See more
'Perhaps some accident has befallen him,' said the king, and the next day he sent out two more huntsmen who were to search for him.
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more