Grimm (2011–2017)
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The Taming of the Wu 

Wu discovers he is infected with lycanthropia after being attacked by a Skalengeck from Black Claw. Trubel returns and Adalind leaves Nick to join Renard/Black Claw in order to protect not only her children but Nick as well.

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Terrence O'Hara

Writers:

Stephen Carpenter (created by), David Greenwalt (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Giuntoli ... Nick Burkhardt
Russell Hornsby ... Hank Griffin
Elizabeth Tulloch ... Eve (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Silas Weir Mitchell ... Monroe
Sasha Roiz ... Captain Sean Renard
Reggie Lee ... Sgt. Wu
Bree Turner ... Rosalee Calvert
Claire Coffee ... Adalind Schade
Jacqueline Toboni ... Trubel
Shaun Toub ... Conrad Bonaparte
Sharon Leal ... Zuri Ellis
Damien Puckler ... Meisner
Robert Blanche ... Franco
Dan Crisafulli ... Theo Delano
Shelly Lipkin ... Harrison Berman
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Suffering from the bite he sustained, Sgt. Wu (Reggie Lee) becomes entangled in a surprising altercation that may land him in hot water. After meeting the mysterious Bonaparte (guest star Shaun Toub), Adalind (Claire Coffee) is faced with a difficult decision that could change her and Nick's (David Giuntoli) lives forever. Meanwhile, Hank (Russell Hornsby) gets even closer to Zuri (guest star Sharon Leal) and their relationship begins to take shape. Back at HW, Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) senses that a new force may jeopardize the entire operation.

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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The title of the episode is a reference to the play The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. See more »

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Attention Deficit Disorder Anyone?
30 April 2016 | by Man99204See all my reviews

I am surprised that this series got renewed for next season - with such incredibly BAD writing. This episode featured four radically different subplots all in the first 8 minutes. Several more were added after the opening credits.

If you have Attention Deficit Disorder this is the series for you. The episode featured so many vastly different plot points that it was difficult to make sense of what was going on. The scenes last only moments, offering mere snippets of dialogue and none of that pesky character development.

What we end up with are a half dozen different "Grimm Spin Offs" all featuring an individual actor... all competing for attention. In the end none of the story lines are done adequately, and none of the actors get a chance to shine.

There are just far too many Actors in this series. The writers need to go through an clean up the story lines - and get rid of four or five cast members in the process.


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