A forgotten Wesen disease makes a terrifying return on Grimm. "Lycanthropia" is the 14th episode of the show's fifth season.
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Nick and Monroe search for treasure on Grimm. "Into the Schwarzwald" is the 12th episode of the show's fifth season.
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Nick and Monroe take a dangerous journey on Grimm. "Key Move" is the 11th episode of the show's fifth season.
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Monroe is in danger when Wesen business owners are being targetted on Grimm. "Wesen Nacht" is the sixth episode of the show's fifth season.
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Rosalee and Monroe prepare things for a baby on Grimm. "Clear and Wesen Danger" is the second episode of the show's fifth season.
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Rosalee and Monroe try to help Capt. Renard on Grimm. "Double Date" is the 15th episode of the show's fourth season.
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Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner are Monrosalee
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Hank and Nick are called out to the scene of a Wesen ritual on Grimm. "Highway of Tears" is the sixth episode of the show's fourth season.
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It is Monroe and Rosalee's wedding day on the season finale of Grimm. "Blond Ambition" is the 22nd episode of the show's third season.
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Monroe tries to get his parents to accept his choices on Grimm. "Revelation" is the 13th episode of the show's third season.
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Munroe ends up in the middle of a bank robbery on Grimm. "Natural Born Wesen" is the 14th episode of the show's second season.
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Nick and Monroe worry that a gruesome murder may be linked to another Grimm on Grimm. "The Hour of Death" is the tenth episode of the show's second season.
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Grimm Quotes

Adalind: Don't you see what's going on?!
Renard [confused]: I thought I did!
Adalind: You *moron*! It's our daughter! She's doing this, not us!
Renard: What are you talking about?! Diana?!
Adalind: Oh, God, do you *really* think that I just all of a sudden decided you were the hottest guy on Earth and couldn't wait to take my clothes off and hop into bed with you!?
Renard [somewhat sheepishly]: Well, I am the new mayor.
Adalind: *I* didn't vote for you.

I think there is a choice, even when there appears to be none. But it's the reaction that determines whether the choice is good or bad, not the person who makes it.

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