I almost (almost!) felt sorry for the lawyer in his last scene. Definitely not a good day for him.
I'm pretty sure that the Crowley that told Kevin that he'd killed his mother was, as Dean suggested, hallucinatory. Notice that the sigiled windows that blew out when Crowley made his entrance were perfectly intact when the Winchesters arrived and looked around. It was great to see Bobby again, too! And he got to go to heaven. Maybe he can hang out with Ash! Perhaps find out where Mom and Pop Winchester have been hiding for years...
How awesome was Renard? He nearly gets blown up and still has the wherewithal to get back on his feet and shoot the would-be assassin! He might have some explaining to do as to how he knew there was a bomb in the briefcase, but I'm sure he's up to the task. I found Renard's storyline ever so much more interesting than the case-of-the-week. This is America! When we're cheated out of something, as Mr. Rumpelstiltskin was, we don't go around murdering them - we sue the pants off of them!
I loved the bit about his passion for food - it must have made Sergeant Wu's unfortunate case of pica in season one that much more hilarious!
@Sue Ann - For the record, the accented female agent, Claire Keats, was portrayed by actress Gillian Alexy, who is in fact Australian. She's from Perth. That being said, Agent Keats didn't make enough of an impression on me for me to even remember her name without looking her up. This, despite her having that accent.
So, the hitwoman kills a Marine to hide the fact that she was going after a terrorist... thereby drawing attention to the terrorist she was going after, thus leading to her own exposure? Not exactly a very bright move. I did like the connection of Paris liking headshots to the shooter with body armor in the flashbacks. However, the flashbacks also drove home the fact that John Corbett really, really needs a haircut. Please.
So happy to see Stan Burley again! He really should stay out of cargo holds; he seems to have rather bad luck when pursuing suspects in them. Last time, he nearly got killed! I certainly wouldn't mind having him back again in the future, providing they don't decide to kill him. That would just be plain rude!
Ryan was totally awesome in this episode. Loved the trick pool shot, plus the sneaky move with the cell phone pickpocketing, and calling out his partners. Plus I'm so happy that his wife is pregnant, too!
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).
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