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    Whaaaaaaaaat! You guys are saying that these Wesen are not entirely figments of the fertile imaginations of the show's creator and writers???

    Krampus.com :: home of the holiday devil :: Who's Krampus?! And... Wesen - Grimm Wiki!

    SMH! I didn't know that! Just wait till I tell my husband!

    I was halfway through watching last night's show on DVR when I read these posts. Thanks guys! Gives me a whole new perspective on the show!

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    Tell Him. Tell Him. Tell Him. I was screaming at the TV when they visited Woo in the sanitarium. With the coming home of Adalind and evil (telekinetic) baby, they are going to need more Wesen clued-in people to help out. Tell Him, or I will find a way!
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    Wu needs to be read in. He's seen way more than enough to be told what's really going on. Just my opinion, of course, but it's time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    Tell Him. Tell Him. Tell Him. I was screaming at the TV when they visited Woo in the sanitarium. With the coming home of Adalind and evil (telekinetic) baby, they are going to need more Wesen clued-in people to help out. Tell Him, or I will find a way!
    That's what I was saying too! I can't believe they would let him go to the sanitarium rather then share the truth when he's already proven to be reliable. But maybe they're worried if they tell him the truth he won't be able to handle it and will crack completely.
    This is really my husbands show. I'm so lost but when I ask him questions he doesn't know either. Is it known to us if the police captain is a good guy or a bad guy? He seems good but isn't he working with the bad guys?
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    Just started watching the latest ep on DVR:
    I notice that in the Portland scene at the beginning, the pregnant woman uses Trader Joe's vitamins & supplements. Even with the labels obscured, I can tell which ones the prop folks chose.
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    (Still watching the ep on DVR)
    Seriously? Who hasn't heard of valerian root?
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    Me.

    CantGetNuf - the Captain is an outcast member of the royal family (his father was royal, his mother a hexenbiest - like Adalind). He is in league against the family working with the underground rebellion. Adalind had sex with both him and his brother (the now deceased prince) but he is sure that her baby is his. Although Nick has let him into the Grimm trailer of information, I don't think he can be fully trusted, but Nick, et. al. seem to accept him.
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    It's been a go-to for me, as well as kava-kava.
    Here's some quickie info:
    Valerian (herb) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    I've used Valerian for years as a relaxant and sleeping aid. It's been available both online and retail herbal stores forever. It's also an ingredient in some herbal teas.
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    Did anyone know that Sgt. Wu's first name was Drew before last week's show? Drew Wu? Really? Poor guy!
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