I see wonderful screen chemistry between Rosalie and Monroe, but zero chemistry between Nick and Juliette, whom I've never believed as a couple.
mmm....OK so this week's episode was really a two parter ... well it looks like the zombies might be eating Juliette next week so I do have something to look forward to.
Can someone tell me why the idiots at NBC moved this show from Friday to Tuesday for only a handful of episodes when they intend to air next season back on Friday nites??? Can you confuse a viewer more?
Because they ARE the idiots at NBC, of course.
I was so happy to hear that Grimm will be back next season on Friday night. That really is the best night and time for me, when it's not competing with my reality shows, and I love starting the weekend with my favorite non-reality show.
I was yelling at Nick to stop chasing the dude with the top hat alone. Did he not remember what the dude could do??? He should have kept his distance and perhaps had some kind of protective gear on so he couldn't be poisoned. The big dummy.
And his group trying to hold off an army of zombies with one antidote gun was pathetic.
They are moving Grimm back to Fridays but it will be at 8pm.
Loved the ending..."Oh Come On....."
I know. They are shaking their heads along with the viewers. LOL "You knew this was going to happen."
I was out of town for a bit and didn't get to watch the finale until last night. I was a bit disappointed. As a few have mentioned, some of the storyline is not that smart. Surely Nick would know to keep some distance from the top-hat guy, and that he might be getting lured into a trap. And yes, how did Juliette's medical experience help? It would be different if each of them had their own injector, but they didn't. So far, if anything, she is just a boat anchor and will probably cause more problems than what she's worth. Which wouldn't be much...
I'm not sure where they are going with Juliette being part of the crew. Based on this forum alone, she is not popular with the fans. Will she be a casualty because she got involved? I keep going back to Nick's aunt's warning that he should break it off with her, because he is a Grimm. If they keep Juliette in the show, what use was that warning?
I think Adelind made a grave mistake with who she chose to take up an alliance with. Will it be the end of her after the baby is born? Or will her wish to regain her powers be granted?