The question in my mind is what the Wesen Council's gripe with Nick is. He is not an old style Grimm killing any Wesen he locates, I can see some justification for ordering a hit on such an old style Grimm. Nick (as Alexander and his boss [Der Groot] are aware) only goes after Wesen who are a danger to Humans and other Wesen. How is his "policing" actions different from those of the Bounty Hunter? BTW: What "crime" were the Bounty Hunter's victim's guilty of in the first place - Or was it that they let Humans see them? A few weeks ago, I was wondering if he was going to report to the Council (or Der Groot) about the Wesenrein and taking them out. Note that the Wesenrein went after the husband of the local council's contact (Rosalee) which is a bad idea unless you want to go rouge. I am sure that Rosalee filed a report.
"The person on the team who I felt for the most was Wiley. He had been so excited. He finally found the courage to ask Vega out on a date and she had said yes." If you check back to their interactions in prior episodes, you will notice that she is the one driving the relationship and was waiting for him to ask her. Most of the advancement in their relationship has been initiated by her.
Yes her powers were used in the fight but was that her using them automatically or under her control? We have seen that he has the ability to shift (as she did for Renard) but as shown with her blowing up the car her powers seem to manifest based more on her emotions then her intent to use them. She was attacked in the fight and she defended herself automatically.
"Nick, Hank, and the Captain tossed aside their badges before charging to the rescue, completely forgetting the fully-uniformed sergeant standing right next to them." I agree about Wu being in uniform (did he remove and toss his badge?). There was little else that he could do without changing to street ware. I read the badge tossing as symbolic that they were not going a cops but as private citizens.
Haven did a Ghost Hunters homage last season so doing such a homage is not something new.
Since this change is due to her having sex with him she is probably scared what would happen if she does it again (can she unGrimm him again for example).
I too am expecting it to be Vega. I like the way she has taken the love/friendship lead with Wylie. He has been shown to have the hots for her but has been unable to do anything about it. Suddenly she is the one who is doing the pursuing. Now that Wylie has what he wanted, killing her is going to be a shock for him.
"Only thing I didn't quite get was whether the unsub actually killed himself, or if Rossi did (put his gun down to lull the guy and then picking it up again and shooting him)." It was a shoot-out. Both had their guns next to them. Rossi taunted the unsub into killing him (kill two agents). When the unsub took him up on the "offer" and went for his gun so did Rossi. He needed to end the case (after 40 years) and not let the unsub escape justice again.
I wonder if Nick is going to turn in the survivors to the Wesen Council? He has contact with them and doing so (assuming that they are just as pissed about the behavior of the Wesenrein as he is) will score points with them since they have seen him as a Grimm who only goes after Wesen who need to be killed as opposed to killing any Wesen he finds (as a traditional Grimm does/did). I too loved the Posse walking down the hall scene (note that it is used for the screen shot for the episode play <grin>). "Speaking of Renard, he got to show off his own physical prowess during Monroe's rescue, albeit mostly off-screen. Though to judge by Hank's expression, it was quite an impressive display." This is the first time he saw Renard woge and he is real scarry in that form (of course he IS Hexenbeast).
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"In comparison to the Ralph we were introduced to in the diner, this Ralph is happier and more open." He also has made a friend with a "normal" classmate which is also a big step.
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