Has Gregory Itzin ever played a good character in recent years??? From 24 to Covert Affairs, he's been evil... Wasn't always that way but his Logan character probably type-casted him.. Fun epsisode..
First of all, you are the best TV Fanatic reviewer! I always enjoy reading your reviews. I can't wait read your review on Helix. Anyways, 12 Monkeys was awesome! Enjoyed your insight on it and can't wait for the next episode!
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I could not have been more excited by the musical choice for the episode. Jagged Little Pill is one of my favorite albums ever, which has just made its way onto my Spotify Playlist and is generally the only songs I ever end up listening to lately. But I must say the episode did not feel complete without You Oughta Know mixed in there. With how angry and messed up Kurt was acting all episode I felt like it definitely could have been worked into the episode. I love the old characters being there but I agree with you it is getting old seeing as they have no reason to be there. They could at least explain maybe Santana and Britanny sticking around to help out with choreography but the others are in college or the military, they need to return to their lives. They can always pop back up for the finale and competitions. And Rachel and Kurt need to get on recruiting new members because they are not going to be able to compete. I really almost wish Blaine was the one coaching New Directions with Rachel. Kurt is kind of insufferable right now and Blaine and Rachel have always had amazing chemistry. I just hate that Blaine is suffering on screen time.
Delano didn't seem to be that much in a life or death situation that required immediate surgery. Also the doctor told the hospital to prep him for surgery. Wouldn't that involve shaving his head? Also the car thief was homeless. Wouldn't he need help to place the car up on blocks and transport the tires and parts? Is there that much of a market for parts for a 74 Mercury Marquis? Otherwise agree a great episode
loved the episode: the Wu-Renard dance, Nick turning vampire; the police mole outed; can't wait for next week!
I can't imagine that Hank missed Nick's zombie-out moment in the interrogation room. One would almost feel sorry for Shaw, idiot that he was!
I'm actually not to sure Hank saw it or even can see it. He didn't respond when Nick's face changed color. It could be a Vessen/Grimm thing that only Vessen can see it? Or did I forget an episode where non-Vessen/non-Grimm's talked about Nick changing color?
When Nick first gained his zombie ability after his encounter with Baron Samedi at the start of Season 3, Juliette was definitely able to tell that something was apparently wrong with him.
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.
Yep, meta-rules are completely up to the writers. But I'm willing to believe, in lieu of them actually spelling it out, that normal humans can see Nick's "grey-out".
I do not think Jaime as over involved with TJ.I think Danny and Linda will be fine.I love that Frank told Danny that no marriage is perfect, and told him about his own marriage.It is too bad McCoy did what he did, I do not see Erin forgiving him at all.
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'm very glad that they didn't try to stuff anything more into this episode - that would have been just too much. Thankfully, we can consider Monroe's kidnapping as their "case of week"! I'm very interested to find out where they're taking Juliette and her Hexenbiest problem!
Another great episode.Danno's back! I loved the end when he called Steve a half baked cookie and said told him "That is why I love you Babe", when telling Steve he likes to fix unbroken toys.Scott Caan: Please do not leave.I think Steve made the right choice when he gave the kid a second chance.I like the Chin and Grover scene at the beginning and the Grover scene at the end with his daughter.
If Clyde has all this money and no job! Doesn't anyone wonder why? Since before he was a poor hillbilly! Doesn't make sense. It's getting. Boring!! I am tired of watching thi s one and that one in bed!!!
This is amazing! The Vampire Diaries is my favorite tv show and I would love to have this framed and hang it on my wall :)
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