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I agree with T. More Monroe. I really liked this episode with the added tension of the execution in just a few hours. It's great having the partners working together as equals. The final line from Monroe has to rank up there with the best closing lines of all times!
More Monroe! Less Juliette!
When are they getting rid of juliete?
The reason this story was so compelling is because it was what I like to call a Death Row Murder Mystery. Not only does the hero have to find out whodunnit, but they have to do so before an innocent man gets killed. The ticking clock makes the whole thing more tense by a factor of 10.
I truly dislike the Renard-Juliette storyline. I cringe every time one of them is on screen because inevitably it leads to the whole awkward pining thing. This whole story feels like a bid on the part of the writers to keep Juliette relevant to the overall plot without letting her know about Grimms and Wesen, but it's not working. I like Juliette, but let her know - and accept - or cut her loose!
As much as I like Hank, I miss seeing Nick and Monroe working together. Maybe if Monroe tells Nick, Nick can figure out who Renard is and quit the police force. He and Monroe can work together as PI's with Hank (partnered with Wu) their police contact? Just spitballing here, but seriously - let's see more of Monroe and Nick working together!
You know, I can't understand why Juliette is so freaked out about her feelings for Renard. I mean, he knows what happened, that's why he's trying to find a cure, but her? For all she knows she's just falling in love with a new person, who happens to be Nick's boss, right, but, seriously, she doesn't feels anything for Nick anymore, otherwise she wouldn't let the poor guy sleep in that damn couch for 2 months. By now, she should have been at least smitten with Nick, which I honestly can't see. Every time they kiss is like she's kissing a brother.
If I were her, I'd probably have moved out and asked Renard on a date. Maybe I'm projecting...
I'm liking this season even more than the first. The characters are becoming even more intriguing, and it's not always cut and dry about who the bad guys and good guys are.
I like Hank. I think he's great for Nick as a partner now that he's in with all the information. It's good that Nick is not all alone and it's also interesting that his "team" consist at least of a human, a wessen and a Grimm! Monroe is the heart of this show, no doubt. And Renard is awfully intriguing! I didn't know they go on hiatus :(
I think Jason Gedtrick was fantastic in this episode, he made a very compelling character and therefore a great case of the week, which is always good for those of us who don't care so much about the procedural part.
I love Grimm but i want MORE MONROE (and Rosalie!!!) Ok Hank doesn't suck like in the beginning, but he isn't funny like Monroe to watch, it's just another caracter that I don't care about with Hank, while we got to know really good Monroe, with all his flaws, tics and strong points, his hilarious comments and his bravery...and the acting is so good, you really see he's in caracter. and now it feels as if the show builed this amazing caracter just to let it down for a....boring exchangeable one, Hank :( did we see any scene with monroe and nick these days?? are they still communicating?
Honestly, if they kill of Hank tomorrow and give Nick another partner, anyone crying and protesting??
First off, I love you idea of a Renard-centric episode based on the plot of "The Hangover".
I know Monroe is fond of Juliette, and he obviously doesn't know who Renard is with respect to Nick. But Nick is his friend, possibly his best friend. I don't think he could keep this from Nick for long. Besides, what fun will it be if it remained a secret forever?
It looks like next week's episode will bring together the players back in Portland. Finally. But then it's the last episode for 2012. NBC, you're so mean!
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