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The Grimm Who Stole Christmas 

Monroe has a Christmas surprise for Rosalee; Trubel has a realization that impacts everyone.

Director:

John Gray

Writers:

Stephen Carpenter (created by), David Greenwalt (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Giuntoli ... Nick Burkhardt
Russell Hornsby ... Hank Griffin
Elizabeth Tulloch ... Juliette Silverton (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Silas Weir Mitchell ... Monroe
Sasha Roiz ... Captain Sean Renard
Reggie Lee ... Sgt. Wu
Bree Turner ... Rosalee Calvert
Jacqueline Toboni ... Trubel
Lucas Near-Verbrugghe ... Josh Porter
Danny Bruno ... Bud
Brett Weinstock ... Dennis Gladstone
Charissa J. Adams ... Emma Gladstone
DeRon Brigdon DeRon Brigdon ... Party Goer #1 (as Deron Campbell)
Zoey Sidwell ... Sophia Katsaros
Bradley Goodwill Bradley Goodwill ... George Katsaros
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Storyline

Nick and Hank are called to investigate a bizarre string of home invasions that lead to an even stranger Wesen phenomenon. Monroe has a very special Christmas surprise in store for Rosalee. Meanwhile, Trubel comes to a life changing realization that will affect everyone.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The opening quote is from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. "I have but to swallow this, and be for the rest of my days persecuted by a legion of goblins, all of my own creation. Humbug, I tell you; humbug!" See more »

Goofs

According to the Grimm books, the Kallikantzaroi puberty condition occurs during the "Twelve Days of Christmas". However, the condition is shown presenting during the days leading up to Christmas. The "Twelve Days of Christmas" actually begin on December 25th (Christmas) and end on January 6th (Epiphany). The season they are in now is Advent. See more »

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References How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) See more »

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Grimm Theme
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Written by Richard Marvin
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