Love the look on Ryan's face: "I can explain!" Poor guy. Don't worry, Ryan. We all still love you!
@Shelly the Turtle - I'm pretty sure what Juliette is seeing is her own memories of Nick, forcing themselves back. Which would definitely be an improvement over her current situation! Hopefully now she's in a better position to accept the reality of the whole Grimm/Wesen world. And now there are so many people to back Nick up on it, too: Monroe, Rosalee, Bud the Eisbiber, Renard, but most importantly Hank (being of normal human stock like Juliette is).
@Autumn - I think you're overthinking things, to be honest. He'd just gone through something fairly traumatic and emerged with improved abilities. Honestly, I'd stop and think about it for a moment before deciding this was a wonderful thing. Eye parasites, yuck. @joyeful - Alas, you're right about Adalind's baby. She slept with Hank in episode 1.17, too long ago now to only just be finding out she was pregnant. (Still, it would serve her right.) For now, I'm going to go with the theory that it's Eric's baby, rather than the captain's.
I will laugh so hard if Adalind's baby turns out to be Hank's. All that scheming and plotting, and the poor kid isn't even Royal. At the end of the episode, I couldn't help but envision Nick say "Ding!" and everyone else reply "Grats!" New skill points in blind fighting! One can hope that his hearing is not TOO sensitive, because the first time he fires his service weapon, he'd be writing on the floor in agony.
In answer to all those who are mad that the Winchesters didn't do something to try to save Meg from Crowley - Meg knew exactly what she was doing when she told Sam to go to his brother and her "magic unicorn." She knew that she was going to die, or be recaptured for more fun tortures. If Sam or Dean attacked Crowley at this point, it's more than likely they'd be killed. It was far more important that they escaped to fight another day, and made sure that Crowley didn't get his hands on the angel tablet. This was a sacrifice, one Meg made willingly.
At this point, my only real opinion about the Red Team itself is that John Corbett really needs a haircut. Other than that, I'm deferring until we see the second half of the story. Though I think it's inevitable that the poor unfortunately wounded Danny will not be rejoining the team at all - they need room for Roy, after all, in the potential series! Either Danny's going to suffer an unfortunate downturn and perish in the hospital, or he'll be too gravely injured to live life on the road afterwards and will either take early retirement or a new assignment in an office, paving the way for Roy to join Red Team permanently.
I found it strange that the victim and his wife raised Dex from puppyhood. Aren't military dogs fully trained prior to being assigned to a handler? Maybe I misheard. And why was there no mention of Jethro, the former drug-sniffing military working dog that McGee adopted in the season 5 episode "Dog Tags"? I'd have thought this episode would be a perfect time to mention him, even if he'd passed on by now.
@Doh-Rae-Me - I thought the exact same thing about the zapping electricity. I actually yelled at the TV at one point: "It's your brain, stupid!" Perhaps a bit unfair to Juliette, but still. I agree that she has to take a leap of faith in order to get through this; remember, it was only when she took that sort of step that she was able to get out of her doorway! Speaking of that, did she really spend an entire day or more huddled in front of the door? Really?
@Nick McHatton - I asked myself the same question about Nick's blood and its interaction (or lack thereof) with Renard. Substances often don't react the same way when they're in solution. I'm guessing that since Nick's blood was a component of a potion, it didn't have the de-Hexen effect it did on its own with Adalind. Either that, or that property doesn't work on a half-Hexen. On a side note, it was great seeing Nick and Renard finally able to communicate on the level. Renard's brother better watch out - it's a whole new ball game, now!
I'm fairly sure the demons are actually searching for the Angel Tablet. Naomi's been really sensitive about it since it first came up - she had Cas kill Samandriel/Alfie over it. How long before Cas breaks free of Naomi's control? Also, I love Cas's line at the end: "You know, I can hear you both. I am a celestial being." Awesome.
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