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So not that I'm complaining, but I recently started re-watching some old Buffy episodes and it's amazing how much this shows structure resembles Buffy. Complete with a wessen/vampire working with the Grimm/Buffy to fight against dangerous people. Grimm is definitely different at some points but the similarities struck me.
Anyway, great episode. And I was glad to see Juliette get something to do on her own. Hopefully she keeps helping in this storyline.
Dear TV Fanatic - I must concur with Doe-Rae-Me. Your spelling and grammatical errors are horrendous. Just look at the quote from Monroe on the right. "You did *here* what I said..." REALLY?!?! Elementary school kids are supposed to know this stuff by the end of first grade! PROOFREAD your comments, please, especially if you are being paid as writers.
Since she was the abuser to begin with, Lucinda is correctly defined as a sociopath or "without morals," as I think her godfather referred to her. She simply wants what she wants & will do anything to get it.
I was also confused because her godfather was a bat. (I don't remember the Wesen name. Even if I did, I wouldn't be able to spell it.) So, was her dad a bat, too? Did her stepmom know this? If she wasn't one, why would Lucinda's dad bring risk bringing non-bats into their family? Considering what we know of Wesen, they tend to stay with their own kind. And, also, how on earth did the poor stepsisters survive their childhood without physical scars all over their bodies?
@farsia201 - Lucinda wasn't a vampire. She was just bat-sh*t crazy!
Was a little disappointed in this week's Grimm tale. The main sticking point for me is that Lucinda is described 2 different ways, and they don't mesh. First, she was supposed to be oblivious to the couple's money troubles. That point was made several times by her husband and godfather. If that's true, why would she start killing her stepfamily? It made no sense to me. Stepmama even said she had little contact with the couple since their marriage. So, why did Lucinda go all bat-crazy on her if she was living the life of a princess without her help?
Second, the audience is led to believe that her godfather is telling the truth - little Lucinda was a terror when young, and now murderous as an adult. It's even in Lucinda's dialogue when she's chasing down her stepsister in the end: "It will be just like when we were kids!" The reviewer is wrong. Lucinda was never "rejected" or "wronged." She was a mean bully to her stepsisters. (Continued above......)
While I appreciatethe time and effort the writing staff put into the site, please develop the habit of proof-reading. Almost every article, and even show quotes are littered with spelling and gramatical errors. If you can't take the time to proof-read your own work, have someone else proof it for you. Professional writers should not be making the mistakes your team consistantly does.
Nick and Monroe running after the blonde woman with the machine made me laugh. They are such unusual tv heroes. I did not like Nick handing over the machine. Nick or one of his descendants might need it again one day. I hope that he and Monroe plan to steal it back sometime in the future.
I am glad that Nick is letting Juliet help him investigate his past and told Hank the truth about it. It is a big deal to find out his parents were murdered. He is going to need their support to deal with the emotional fall out. There is one Wessen still out there for Nick to catch and convince to tell him the truth. I hope that Nick figures out that Renard is a bad guy in the season finale. I would love for Renard's control to slip and for Nick to see his true face, whatever it is.
*twilight crazies and all the other vamps out there.
Wow, this is definitely a new way of looking at Cinderella! i don't think i will ever be able to sit through a good old boring Disney cartoon anymore or read the classic book as Hans Christian Andersen wrote it!
i actually loved the break from the bigger conspiracy plots and loved Nick chasing after good old fashion badass Wessen, that are simply killing people for the with the same motives that us normal mortals do. Plus this was one interpretation of vampires i haven't seen before and that is hard to come by in our day and Vamp age of Twilight craziesa dn all the other vamps out there.
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