At least they stopped the evil hacker? (I'll take what I can get.)
It certainly seemed that things might be leaning that way, romance-wise. They seemed nice together, and I liked how LaSalle ended up going to the caroling with her at the end.
Yep. They did something similar in the Season 12 premiere when Tony flew over to help save Gibbs, Kevin and McGee in the wilderness. Made just as little sense there, practically speaking!
You're right about the arson investigator, though I was more thinking of regular officers at the precinct (like Sergeant Franco, for instance). We've also met a Lowen corrections officer. The Wesenrein have way too much time on their hands if they're expending actual effort on badgering inter-Wesen couples. Don't those numbskulls have day jobs?
Perhaps it might lend something to Juliette's character if the situation is not temporary? (On the other hand, I'm sure people would find something else to complain about! :-D)
I pretty much agree with you on all counts, especially in regards to Wu. And what happens if/when he discovers that Renard's in on everything, too? "Was I seriously the only person in the precinct who didn't know about Wesen, or did you think I was just that big of an idiot?"
Whatever is actually going on with Juliette, I hope it isn't just some one-and-done deal that's forgotten about by the next episode. She turned into an ever-loving Hexenbiest! (I'd be screaming my head off, too!) Your theory is definitely worth considering. Part of the joys of hiatus is the time to spin and speculate! They really do need to bring Wu up to speed... once he's sobered up, at least. Poor guy. I wonder how long it will take him to forgive Nick and Hank over this. I'm wondering where Meisner is at this point. Hopefully he'll show back up again soon. I found it funny that Tavitian, who barely knows Renard at all, knew that Renard had no intention of letting Prince Viktor keep his hands on the baby at all. Sadly, all this does is make me want to laugh even more loudly at Adalind and her behavior throughout this mess.
Given that the episodes really need to be filmed months in advance, I'm not going to nitpick over leaves on the trees. (Honestly, I didn't even notice that, but I'm from the land of sun and surf, not snow and rain.) I'm rather curious, myself, if the writers had an endgame in mind when they introduced the character.
I'd find myself hard-pressed to hang out in a box like that for hours, and I'm not a Gremlin of Destruction! I guess we'll have to agree to disagree on that point. :-) Josh met Trubel when he and his father came to Portland to find Nick and give him the Key last season. Josh met Trubel before he actually spoke with Nick, and Trubel recognized Josh's father as a fellow Grimm. She helped Josh take his dad to the hospital after he collapsed and later brought Nick to talk to him. All this happened in Season 3 Episode 21, "The Inheritance."
Yikes, you really don't want to see a baby, do you? :-) Caution is the word of the day when dealing with a baby storyline. Lesson One: Don't make the child The Chosen One! Giving a child super-powers or an Ultimate Destiny has a very real danger that suddenly all your stories might start revolving around the baby, to the expense of the rest of the show, as you mentioned. "Grimm" is already facing this to an extent with Adalind's baby and its Royal status. (You know, they could always explain to us exactly why having Royal blood is so important, beyond the obvious.)
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