They could go nuts with the possibilities. I also am also hoping for a Josh/Truble complicated thing where she brings out his Grimness thru sex (hey I'm a DOM) but it would be in parallel with what happened with Juliette/Nick and magic!
I love the show because we don't really know which version of time travel will pan out. I have loved Aaron Sanford in his many roles - most of which have been quite unique. The review is probably what I would have written if I were ambitious enough. You caught all the nuances in what might prove to be a real winner.
Not Geek too far out but when Nick dived in to save the girl in Episode 4 of Season 3 Hank noticed that Nick was different. It's not like Nick is a Wesen - his Grimm part might be available to the humans. We have no idea of the meta-rules.
Agree this was truly a packed episode. Wu's initiation was satisfying and long overdue. The mole in the PD was a nice twist (plus I love Wil Rothaar). The sacrifice of the poor guy in the cell next to Monroe was really heartrendingly terrifying. So we still have resolution the the Hexenbeast situation with Juliette - still think things will tie into Adelind's return somehow like a magical bond with Adelind's powers (wild speculation). Plus we didn't get a "Wesen of the week" plot.
I don't normally watch Glee - I don't hate it but I am too old for it. However I take umbrance with your ignorance how in the hell does a coach have to have academic credentials? Usually they teach remedial math which is something they could handle since most of their class would be the team.
Oh Henry - the 8 PM move was probably genius. Kids love this kind of stuff - on the other hand - everybody are at the bars on Fridays at 10. Except old farts like me. Clearly the 10 Friday slot is toxic. How many shows in that slot have survived? It's where the networks kill off shows - except SyFy.
This show doesn't need to fall into the CW demographic. None of the females need to be attached to a male. On the other hand they should all be playing the field at that age. Cheating should not be a concept (well neither should monogamy - but that's another Dan Savage point)
Quite frankly I really like Josh he serves to be a check on Daphne who really doesn't know what is realistic to expect of college. Plus he called a bunch of douchebags for what they were. Sorry but sitting in a classroom where things are intense having someone next to you signing widely and dramatically would be extremely distracting.
I thought that this episode was a necessary one in both character development (current and past) and further setting the atmosphere of the era - classic post war! I probably was born in that year.
I love how Morgan le Fay is fleeing from the world because of what disaster is coming! I think clearly Jenkins wasn't always her adversary. The development of the characters is what makes this show so good. We all want the eventual back-stories but the show doesn't let them derail the entertainment.
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