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oh i think you might be right about Juliet being a bad guy all along, that would sooth me because i will understand why it feels like she is all fake and why she feels like she doesn't belong with Nick. i really really hope you are right!
I enjoyed the episode, I just felt the first half was boring because there was a lot of back and forth.
I keep wondering if Nick's girlfriend is going to end up being some type of fairy tale creature. Being a vet seems like a very good cover to do evildoer things.
What you said about the girlfriend. I honestly thought, watching the pilot, that she'll end up dead at the end of the first episode, so that's more that I was counting for.
oh and i just had to roll my eyes when they revealed to us that Juliet is a vet, i was like really? she is that goodie good?
i disagree, i don't find it boring at all, i think the ep wasn't boring at all. i like the detectivy feel of all of this, i hope that they keep up the villain of the week thing going along with the Reapers line.
i think each and every shot is very tightly packed sounds and visual wise and that this TV show is quality wise better than Once Upon a Time.
i like that they don't shy away from gory imagery (the wolf ripping the hand off, this is Grimm we are talking about after all, they are the scariest fairy-tales creators that there ever were; but they keep it withing reason (for eg he was wearing a sleeve so not too much could be seen).
i feel sorry that aunt Mary had to go, i really enjoy watching that actress but she did all she needed in this show and kudos to the writers for not dragging it out but rather going straight on with the whole reveal thing for Nick.
absolutely love the reformed wolf and i think he is way better than Hank, i find Hank kinda boring.
i don't think Julie
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