I understand why Cat was scared of Vincent; I think it was only natural and I'm glad they showed her coming around to trust her gut without dragging it on.
I think Vincent is going to become a crime junkie trying to hunt out victims and report them to Cat. I'm not saying that's a bad thing to try and help. But I don't think he's doing it for that reason, or at least for that alone. I wonder if he's falling for Cat because of who she is or because of what she does for him. She gets him back in the world, accepts him and expects him to be a good person, the latter of which no-one before Cat asked of him. And that would be hard for someone of Vincent's character to go long without. But if he's falling for her because she brings him out into the world again more than for who she is, well that's not fair to her or him. But this is a CW show, and impossible and imprudent romances are the bottom line. ;-)
I am really going to miss "Common Law" and "Fairly Legal". "Common Law" prolly more than "Fairly Legal" but I enjoyed both. Hopefully USA Network will replace them with scripted shows of at least equal caliber, and that those shows pull in the eyeballs needed to keep them on the air more than one or two seasons.
I enjoyed the episode, though I had the janitor figured from the first and knew someone else had used him to kill the other girl from the moment Watson said the girl wasn't dying, just healing slowly. But maybe I have read and watched too many mysteries.
I think Joan will go back in to medicine, that working with Sherlock will help heal her. And then it'll be fun watching Sherlock try to scrub in so he can bounce ideas off her.
I hope that Fusco doesn't get in trouble down the road. He's trying so hard to redeem himself and be the guy he always wanted to be.
I think Maxine figured out that John was the Man in the Suit.
I think Leonard and Sheldon live together because they do care for each other, and neither are willing to move out of their comfort zones and live by themselves or with a girl yet. Living alone can be, well, lonely. There is a comfort knowing someone who cares about you (and vice versa) is less than a stone's throw away.
Besides, just because you can afford to live in your own apartment, doesn't mean that it isn't more fiscally prudent to save that money and share an apartment. My grandfather would say they're being wise. I think living in your own apartment is a more recent evolution of societal norms, within the last generation (I'm talking my dad's and he was born in 1950). Most of my friends, especially my male friends, shared apartments until they moved in with significant others or got married.
I really liked that they are finally taking Penny's character forward in her life. It seems that she's maturing.
I think in every relationship, boundaries can be hard to define and redefine over time. I'm glad Penny stood up to Leonard and didn't let him walk over her. His comment relating her cooking to her writing was great.
Oh Shelly. So Shelly.
I think we'll see more of Elena and Damon together, but while there's a growing bond between them, there's also seems to be a growing sense of despair in Elena. She doesn't want to be Damon. Do you think Damon is pushing her to drink from people so that she will kill someone and then turn off the humanity switch?
Can I just say that there needs to be more Caroline. Always. In every episode. I missed her in this episode. And someone needs to sign Daniel Gillies as a series regular.
I agree that I definitely felt sympathy for Regina. That was good.
I am irked that they incorporated Frankenstein into a tv show purportedly about fairy tales. No, Frankenstein is not a fairy tale story, but one of the earliest works of science fiction. I am also annoyed by Aurora and "Sleeping Beauty" was my favourite tale when I was young, so I'm again not happy. *sigh*
Did it seem to anyone else that this was just a filler episode?
Oh, who thinks that the new intern might be a spy for the Captain's brother, or another Grimm? Otherwise, what else does he have to do other than fawn over Nick? Nick's got his Scooby gang now.
I agree that this episode was fine but not great. Its purpose did seem to be mainly to get Juliette in the same room as the Grandma. Too bad Juliette didn't listen, but where would be the fun if she had, I guess.
"Haven" did Halloween better than "Grimm". Whatever, I still enjoyed it, but it wasn't that great.
Oh, I want Nick and Monroe together again too! Maybe we'll see that next episode (given that the trailer shows Nick's Wesen allies in danger and Hank can't be as helpful as Monroe with this).
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