Ugh, let's add another from Revenge: Jack Porter. All he does is complain to Emily about what she does, yet he might hate the Grayson's more so than she does. This doesn't even begin to touch upon his complete and utter lack of any personality or likability. One Porter down, here's hoping one more bites the dust soon!
I'm so here for EJabby. The fun times that were had in cabin were better than anything EJami have done in months.
Grimm is rating well this season. It's an incredibly stable show, so it'll be around for a while (its procedural roots lend it well to the almighty syndication dollar too). Dracula has its ups and downs, so it may have a shot at coming back if it can begin to keep Grimm's audience better.
As for reviews, I don't think any of us ever got very interested in it enough to write about it.
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Ugh, Verrat! Yes! I kept searching through my old reviews trying to find a name that sparked a memory. Thank you! :)
Awesome, thank you so much! :D
I know you weren't; I love interacting with the Grimm commenters, and I just wanted to give a little more insight into my thinking during the episode.
I completely forgot about the detectives having the death effect, so that puts a few nails in my theory's coffin.
If you haven't done so already, Robin has a wonderful take on what is happening.
Comment modified at November 17, 2013 21:36
Interesting, thank you for the science! Even though I'm a math guy, I enjoyed it. :D
This is the confusing part of the episode. The metabolic rate involves the metabolism and how quickly the body can burn calories for energy. The heart is part of this process since it needs energy to function, but this applies to all organs. Last week the doctor attempts to get Nick's heart rate up but no matter what stresses he places upon Nick his heart rate stays more or less the same, and that's what I was referencing.
As far as I remember Nick has "died"four times: Twice while sleeping, once on the couch, and now his deep water dive. All of these "deaths" involve his heart rate, or his resting metabolic rate, to go down.
You're correct about Nick and Monroe. What I was trying to get at, and probably wasn't as successful as I could have been, is Nick and Monroe's relationship is so unique in the Wesen world that things greater than them could come between them (like age old rivalries and ancestries) if they're not careful.
Thank you, and thank you for continuing the great discussion joyeful! It's a pleasure to have you here. :)
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