I sincerely hope Juliette isn't pregnant. I saw some immediate plot problems when Adalind's baby showed up - I mean how do you keep everyone invested, and more importantly, how do you keep the heroes in the game, when there's a little one vying for attention? The Friends series solved that problem by making sure Ben and later Emma weren't around all that much. I thought Adalind's baby was taken care of when Kelly took her away. Plus, as much as Juliette has progressed, I see her as mostly peripheral to the Grimm plot lines. Her having a baby would put a stamp of permanence to her role - with them eventually getting married. That might very well end up being a "jump the shark" moment if they did. Maybe she could have the baby, have it turn into a monster, and gobble her up after which Nick would have to put it down. That's the only way I see it working. ;) I'm wondering how they're going to deal with Trubel and Josh. Are we going to see parallel plots here, or are the producers thinking seriously about a spinoff? Hopefully the former. P.S. to Katherine: good call on the gremlin present. I too wondered who placed the present on the doorstep. That didn't make sense.
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Thanks for the catch! (I was worried all the way through my review that I'd make that mistake. Corrected myself a few times and thought I'd caught them all. Totally forgot to check out the Round Table writeup.)
:) I'm not surprised - I think this means the writers are getting it right. Hence my statement about "candy for some is poison for others"
Now that Nick's back, there's still an unanswered question about the connection between him and Adalind. Remember, when he briefly saw her prison through her eyes? My guess is that it's the result of her taking away his powers. But we don't know - and it seems weird that the writers would just introduce that to us and then drop it. I'm curious.
Agreed. Frankly, I'd rather see a lot more action-oriented episodes, where they fight terrorists. That kind of blood-pumping action and intrigue would truly make this show sing. Of course I'm guessing there's some strategizing going on, as the writers and producers try to suss out their demographic. What's candy for some would be poison to others. That's just a guess though.
Man I love this show! This is the first episode that I left on my PVR (instead of deleting it as soon as I finished watching it) because I want to see it again. Christine you captured some of the best comments too. When Will said "kill the wabbit" I could hear Elmer Fudd singing it. Jim appeared arrogant because he couldn't help being true to himself. I think he wanted to support his girlfriend but just couldn't get past the sleaziness of the outfit she works for, and his disdain for her latching onto it. It think he knew long before she did that the relationship was over. I fully expect Jim to finally see what Maggie has already figured out - that they belong together. (Man I feel so cheesy just writing that!) It's true though. They'll probably "re-discover" each other in the last episode.
It was a great first episode for the season. It'll be interesting to see how the typical Jane dynamic mixes with the fact that he's now ½ of a couple. I just couldn't see it happening before - not with him keeping that ever-present ironic smirk on his face. Nice to see him opening up to Lisbon - let's see if it'll last. As for the guy saying "I know you" - I'm guessing the only reason they had him say that was to let us, the viewers, know. You're right though - it's not at all believable. The norm would have had him saying "don't shoot!" or "you don't need to do that" or some other cliché protest.
That's a really good point. There's not much that Gibbs misses - unless it has to do with technology that is. So yeah - he was showing confidence and trust in Tony all the way here. Good catch!
This is great! Marked Justified and the Americans in my calendar.
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