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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    I can't think of many things Juliette has done or decisions she has made that over the course of the show that were not stupid. She pretty much got herself through the choices she made. I wanted her gone from the beginning and I still do. Gee, if the guy tells you he doesn't remember doing anything wrong and you are aware of what he is and the things that have been done to him, believe him.

    Let him get his powers back and dump her or have her dump him. I do not care which it is. This is such a good cast for the most part. All she does is bring it down.

    As I've mentioned before, it is very difficult for me to choose to watch this genre at all, but I have embraced Grimm.. I hope the writers don't push me away completely.

    What I am enjoying is the possibiity of Trouble and Cho working together at least some of the time..
    I could see Truble and Wu being a great team Police/Grimm. I think Truble could be a great police officer.
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    Seriously. It's not as though Nick were Don Draper.
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    I'm having trouble (sorry, couldn't resist) seeing how anyone can mix up Cho and Wu....not to knock the actor who plays Wu and is doing a great job, but unlike the actor who plays Cho (on The Mentalist) I haven't read that he sets anyone's heart going pittipat...while Cho....yum...

    If Trubel had finished high school I could maybe see her becoming a cop, but I think the Portland police dept. has somewhat higher academic standards. However, in the meantime I can definitely see her being the go to Grimm, and maybe in a few years she'll decide she wants to be a cop like "uncle" Nick. For now she'll have to team with a Grimmless (Grimmfree? formerly Grimm?) Nick and Hank and their wesen friends...but I do hope they can bring Wu into the fold soon. I wonder if the Royals et al. will care about killing Nick now....

    Hope the captain makes it.....

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    Sorry, It was I who said Cho when I meant Wu. I do know which is which, but I had just written something about The Mentalist and got the names wrong. Plus, I had also written about missing Ken Leong's character on Person of Interest, Leon Tao, so that was three Asian characters I really like on three kind of similar type shows, and my brain misfired.

    Sorry about that.
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    Hey I used to mix up entire shows ... Mentalist and Castle.... Still have to stop and think before I post...Rigsby and Cho vs. Ryan and Esposito...Castle vs. Jane, Beckett vs. ...
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    Yeah Grimm is back! Interesting set up for the season with Nick's missing ability, and Theresa's new responsibility. Poor Sergeant Wu, he's still so confused. I'll wait for the next episode for news ( hopefully) from the captain.
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    Season 4 Episode 1 - Thanks for the Memories - 10/24/14

    Yeah, season 4 of Grimm has started how can my Fridays get any better watching the Amazing Race then Grimm and new show Constantine.

    Liked that it started right where it finished last season. I was surprised that it ended the way it did and it looks as if it may be more of a two parter but they didn't list is as such. I did think it was Adelind coming back to save the Captain, it was the long blonde hair that had me fooled. Still awesome way to end the episode and start the season. Julie did come across as if she may be a be of a force to be reckoned with this season. Truble is too much of a puppy and thinks she knows it all and how to fight them all. Please, please, please someone tell Sargent Wu what is going on.
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    I just had a thought, what if that blonde woman is the captain's mother?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcata View Post
    .......Please, please, please someone tell Sargent Wu what is going on.
    I was pulling my hair out. They almost got there and there was an interuption.

    I, too, wonder if the blonde woman at the hospital is his mother. Wasn't there something in the previews about her saying, "You haven't seen a Hexenbiest, yet." I wouldn't want to be on her bad side.

    They didn't arrest the memory stealer, so that is an ongoing story. Even though they didn't give it a part number, I think the first two, at least are one big one.
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    So is she going to somehow revive the Captain? He died at the end of the episode... but I don't think he's really off the show.
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