Conde and Mary should be paired. They are so similar.
This was an excellent bridge episode after the mega developments last week. It managed to continue the mystery of Juliet's talent. She must really be unsettled to turn down Nick's fine naked body. I love how Wu is getting further lessons in Wessenology. I am eagerly awaiting to see how Henrietta manifests her own type of nonhexenbeist witchery.
I doubt Juliette's feeling very attractive if she turns into a rotting corpse at inopportune moments. I know that *I* would certainly be disturbed!
Since this change is due to her having sex with him she is probably scared what would happen if she does it again (can she unGrimm him again for example).
I doubt that would actually happen, but she might be afraid it could. Which is one very good reason to read up on Hexenbiests, as she was doing!
Right. She's probably afraid to get sexually aroused, in case she loses control of her emotions and goes all "naked rotting corpse" on Nick. Not pretty. In "The law of Sacrifice" (episode 18, Season 3) Nick came to Renard's apartment because Adelind took baby Diana there. Adelind woged at Nick to show off her newly regained powers. Nick turned to Renard, "You find that attractive? Really?"
Yeah, I'm guessing Nick doesn't think the whole corpse look is all that attractive... It's not all that surprising Juliette is so reticent about this! Obviously, he won't go chop off her head with an axe, but he *is* a Grimm, and now she's Wesen! Kinda puts another shade on things.
They could always do it in the dark, then Nick would be none the wiser. But I liked your "goes all naked rotting corpse" remark. Very funny! :D
So far I'm absolutely loving this show. But I felt that way about Helix and it turned out to be a pile of incomprehensible nonsense so I'm leery here. And at some point Cassie's gonna make Cole shower and wash his hair, if only for sanitation purposes (or, you know, for other less noble purposes.)
This was a very entertaining episode that had a Season 1 feel. It's been a long time since we have seen all the residents of Bluebell under one roof and wearing so many sequins. Zoe and Wade were in their reunion glow and treated us to some of their old Season 1 banter. It was a good feeling to enjoy all the antics of the town without worrying about whether Zoe and Wade were going to get back together. Congratulations to the writers for scripting an episode that was as charming as the first two seasons. And kudos to the hairstylists who engineered Lemon and Annabeth's hairdos.
I am a pacifist, so I'd never personally wreak vengeance, but I was troubled by Kitty's need to throw herself under the bus in preference to silencing a vile, sadistic torturer who was, himself, evil incarnate. It seems as though there should have been some better solution. I will lament Kitty's absence. She was as good an actor as any of the others, and much more endearing.
Annabeth needs to step aside for Lemon and Lavon. And then they need to get Ryan Gosling to guest star and sweep her of her feet. Hey, a girl can dream right?
I am in full support of this idea!
I really hate evil Louis. I just kept waiting for Harvey to flip out and yell things at him like: its because you keep doing sh*t like this why you r never going to be accepted .. Evil Louis really annoys me
I can't believe I wasted my time on this. I have been telling all my friends this is the beat network TV show and then lo and behold it dropped like a ton of bricks.... Let's hope next week is better because I for one might just not waste my time any more.
Maseo may have been referencing Malcom not getting Thea and leaving as opposed to The Glades being deserted by the government.
No mention of Kyle XY? Forshame.
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