@joyful - good point. She has had a lot of clues that something is amiss, though I saw it as things were amiss with Nick (being called a Grimm, he proposed but she turned him down, he called her in to help on a case and some strange woman new she was upset over two men, he demands to know where she is). I can't remember, did she learn some crummy stuff about Adalind? I'm not saying I disagree, I just can't remember...
I am with everyone who is frustrated with Juliette but unfortunately that is the role she has to play and she's a victim of dramatic irony. The audience knows that Nick's actions are legitimate and justified and the audience knows that she is under a spell but she doesn't know. To her Nick is a stranger whom she is supposed to love and she's trying to piece together what her life was like before the freak coma. I understand why she's overly open with Monroe and Adalind; she actually remembers these people and maybe in a way hopes they can shed light on her confusing life. I am super annoyed with her too but I'm trying to see things from her point of view: she wakes up from a coma to find out she has a stranger, whose life is strange and secretive, living in her house. She finds that she does have feelings are a man whom she DOES remember and feels guilty. Her storyline and the audience's frustrations with her character (and most female characters for that matter) are not uncommon. It's a result of having so many shows with a male lead whose significant other can never be seen as the leader, she will always be secondary to his storyline - Cordelia "Angel", Rita "Dexter", Lori "The Walking Dead".
Just an aside - the caption sounds like Bill and Jessica are friends and occasional lovers not Jessica and Jason. When I first read it I freaked out because I just love the father/daughter dynamic between Bill and Jessica.
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