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    Re: Grimm - NBC, Fridays

    I like this show but I am pretty sure I would remove it from the DVR if not for the WOLFMAN! What an incredibly talented actor and interesting/charming/complex/funny character. I actually believe the show would greatly improve overall if some of the focus shifted towards Mr. Wolfie.

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    Re: Grimm - NBC, Fridays

    Quote Originally Posted by mindy384 View Post
    I like this show but I am pretty sure I would remove it from the DVR if not for the WOLFMAN! What an incredibly talented actor and interesting/charming/complex/funny character. I actually believe the show would greatly improve overall if some of the focus shifted towards Mr. Wolfie.
    Same here - he's my favorite part of watching the show! He's come out with some funny one-liners, which remind me a lot of Lorne from Angel, which I guess I shouldn't be suprised at...but the show definitely wouldn't be the same without him!
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    Arg! My dvr only got the last half of Friday's show. It started when the woman gave the man a watch at dinner ... I'm hoping they repeat the episodes sometime soon.
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    I'm glad to see that Silas Weir Mitchell is getting the recognition I've felt he's deserved for years. I'm always happy when the unknown character actors I adore come into their own.
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    Nobody has posted in this thread for awhile. Is anyone still watching?

    It seemed to get stuck in a rut for awhile. Every episode was just about the same, just a different creature to figure out and get rid of. But the last two have been very good! We're finally going places. Adalind was stripped of her powers, and now a global war is potentially on the horizon. And I just LOVE the budding romance between Monroe and Rosalee.
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    I"m still watching and definitely agree it has been improving, especially over the last couple of weeks. I'm loving Monroe and Rosalie too - and a piece of good news, I read she's going to be a regular next season I'm wondering too if we've really seen the last of Adelind....or whether she may come back and switch sides since her mother was such a be-yotch (tho I love me some Jessica Tuck!!) and her love for the chief is clearly kaput.
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    oh I still watch but usually the next day since I ain't giving up seeing Sam and Dean on Friday nights....even though this show is much darker than a normal fairy tale I do like it...I love watching Grimm and Monroe together and I have noticed an increase in their scenes...looks like someone was listening
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    I'm still watching. Agree that it stalled out for a bit but the last couple of episodes have been great. I too, love the relationship between Monroe and Rosalie. I still sometimes look away from the TV if things get a little gross for my tastes but overall I really enjoy the storylines. I wish we could find out more about the stuff in the trailer. Maybe it's just me but I would love to know more details about what's in the journal.
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    My dvr failed to record the last episode .... arg!

    This is one of my favorite shows out there and I'm hoping that doesn't jinx it like it usually does.
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    Re: Grimm - NBC, Fridays

    Quote Originally Posted by football_chick View Post
    I'm still watching. Agree that it stalled out for a bit but the last couple of episodes have been great. I too, love the relationship between Monroe and Rosalie. I still sometimes look away from the TV if things get a little gross for my tastes but overall I really enjoy the storylines. I wish we could find out more about the stuff in the trailer. Maybe it's just me but I would love to know more details about what's in the journal.
    I have to look away at the gross parts too. That's something else that had really escalated to the point where I was about to stop watching. But it seems like they have toned it down a little. Not that I don't have to look away at all, but I'm not wondering why somebody seems to have a need to be so gruesome.

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