I wonder how far Nick would go with his zombie-power? So far, it's been a pretty beneficial power, but this time there was something far more hostile at play. On a side note, I wonder how many other Grimms have "level-ups" like Nick does? Nick isn't just an ordinary Grimm, after all: he's also got the zombification ability and super-hearing, too.
Yep, meta-rules are completely up to the writers. But I'm willing to believe, in lieu of them actually spelling it out, that normal humans can see Nick's "grey-out".
I don't think the Wesenrein in Portland will ever be the same after this. Idiots.
You do make a good point. I wonder if they'll ever answer the question?
You're correct, I did muff the quote. Thank you for the correction! We haven't really seen much of the actual implications of zombie-Nick, have we? Mostly, the ability has been beneficial, like when he jumped in the water to save the Naiad. But here, we see another, darker side to it.
Wu's wide-eyed expression was downright hilarious! I can't imagine that I'd react much better than he did - plus, he threw in with our heroes, too, as you pointed out. I'm hoping that Juliette's Hexenbiest issue doesn't turn out to be a "Juliette in jeopardy" storyline, as you suggested. The writers have an opportunity to transform the character here into someone more able to contribute to Nick's fight, rather than being a millstone around his neck. I am truly hoping they go for the former, instead of the latter. Plus, this could potentially give Juliette some great scenes with Renard, and possibly bring Elizabeth back to Portland.
It was never revealed what sort of Wesen that priest was, nor has the character reappeared since that episode.
That would be really, really awesome, especially if Juliette OWNS Adalind. Even Adalind's mother thought Adalind was an amateur!
Here's a wild theory to throw out there: what if Juliette had Hexen heritage already, and the counterspell process simply activated something that was there? It's a thought, anyway. I'm really looking forward to Renard's reaction to this situation. Remember when he was getting over his involuntary attraction to her? He had a nightmare where Juliette turned Hexen (or at least rotting corpse) on him.
There are two people that should know about Juliette's issues, aside from Juliette herself: Nick (who would quickly find out anyway), and Captain Renard. Renard may not be able to help her himself, but I'm sure he knows someone who could.
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