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I think a war -- or at least an old-school power struggle, The War of the Roses-style -- is exactly what's in the works. I know people keep advertising Grimm as a police precedural (and it keeps advertising itself as such), but I don't think that's an accurate label at all. They play pretty fast and loose with procedure and realism where all things cop are concerned. The policework is more a jumping-off point for the stories than it is anything else; Grimm is an urban fairy tale and a hero epic, far more than it's a police procedural.
Also, they actually stated in the episode that Nick's mother was, in fact, a Grimm.
Agreed 100% that Juliette needs a bigger role. She's a good match for Nick and an interesting character when they keep her in the spotlight and don't marginalize her.
Holy crap, I was legitimately freaked out when Hitler shifted at the end.
*i want HER to go away completely
i wander if Stalin was also a creature because he was just as bad. there were after all ten coins. these are three, so where are the rest?
on the whole though, i really liked the ep, glad to see Nick be more Grimmy
i can't say that i agree that Juliette needs a bigger part, i want to go away completely. and NOTHING can make Hank a more interesting character for me, not even pumped-up-on-mysterious-juju Hank can be interesting, the guy is just bland.
i second your motion to have more Eddie though, the more the better.
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