Because turning into a freakish corpse monster isn't something she's excited about yet?
Noticed that! I'm really looking forward to finding out more about Henrietta, that's for sure.
Laurel's ongoing (and progressively more elaborate) deception to her father about Sara can only end in tears. How long can she keep this up? It's ultimately untenable, and Quentin *will* find out. How will he react when he realizes that Sara's been dead for so long, and Laurel's been putting up this charade? And the pretense isn't exactly emotionally healthy for Laurel, either! Regarding Malcolm Merlyn, I agree with another commenter: he can't have a redemption arc because he doesn't see any of his previous actions as wrong. From the very beginning, he has been convinced that he's been doing the right thing, for the greater good. Of course, there's a road out there that's paved with good intentions, and it doesn't lead anywhere nice! Do not trust him and do not take anything he says at face value!
Sure, the abilities are handy, but it's much easier to armchair quarterback when you're not the one who's turning into a corpse-hag! :-) For what it's worth, Juliette did seem to take advantage of her new-found skills when they were rescuing Monroe in the last episode!
Then there are the Ghost Facers on "Supernatural"... Heh. Poor guys.
Please write your comments in English so we can understand and reply to what you're saying! :-) In any event, it was Adalind's mother who called her an "amateur" after she had been de-Hexened back in Season 1. There is a complicated web of spells and counter-spells linking Adalind, Nick, and Juliette. Since we don't know all the rules of magic for "Grimm", it's possible that the "Nick's blood" trick wouldn't work to de-Hexen Juliette the way it did on Adalind. I suspect that, whatever happens, there won't be an easy solution waiting in the wings.
It felt a little gratuitous, but I'm certainly not complaining!
I guess the jerk was just that lucky, because Juliette *did* blow a guy's head out just last week... :-)
If I recall correctly, it was Adalind who ingested Nick's blood when they were having their knockdown fight.
I doubt that would actually happen, but she might be afraid it could. Which is one very good reason to read up on Hexenbiests, as she was doing!
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