Interesting thought about the monster's visibility, and definitely worth considering. Regarding Cassandra: it's a debatable point. If you've ever seen Doctor Who, recall how the Doctor tried to save the crew in "The Waters of Mars": "Adelaide, I've done this sort of thing before. In small ways, saved some little people. But never someone as important as you. Ooh, I'm good!" It's a great scene. The Doctor didn't save them because it was the right thing to do; he did it because he was on a massive, massive ego trip. Maybe I'm wrong about Cassandra. But she better be wary of that edge and be aware of the reasons she's doing things.
I'm glad you were able to enjoy it, even though I did not. You make some good points in your comment, with most of which I agree.
Furthermore, it seemed pretty clear that the kids intended to murder Rosalee after she tried to escape, since she had "failed" to live up to their expectations.
Now, that's a possibility that never even occurred to me, Meisner being a Grimm. Though it would be a question how he managed to hide it from Renard!
I totally agree with you that Antonov was an idiot and clueless! On a side note, I'm aware that Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state rather than head of government, and that it's been quite a long time since the United Kingdom has been an absolute monarchy. That said, Sherlock has a far better perspective on the rule of monarchy than Antonov.
Definitely wouldn't put it past the writers to pull a fast one on us. Hopefully, we'll get some answers in the next episode!
You're absolutely right - I had forgotten about that!
These are not happy, wholesome children, unfortunately. These are dangerous, disturbed, and damaged children who think that it's okay and normal to kidnap women and murder them when they don't live up to their expectations of motherhood. Is their story tragic? Absolutely. But there is not necessarily anything our heroes can do to save them.
Yes, I do. But lacking further information, it's not unreasonable to assume that we are being shown the same cell.
In regards to Adalind's responsibility regarding Wu and the zaubertranked cookie: she is *totally* responsible for that, regardless of whether or not she *knew* Wu would eat the cookie. She poisoned a pile of cookies! Anything bad that stems from that is her responsibility! Basically, if she *hadn't* zaubertanked the cookies, nothing bad would have happened to Wu. And I'm pretty sure in legal terms Adalind would be guilty of reckless endangerment.
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