No, I'm done calming down! Okay, you and Nick and Adalind and all of this Wesen insanity, I am so sick of it! Okay, I was normal before I met all of you. I want my life back!

Juliette: Why can't you do it again? Aren't you half Hexenbiest?
Renard: Why does everyone keep making that mistake?! I am not a Hexenbiest, I'm a Zauberbiest. There's a difference.

Juliette: Is there *anything* comforting in all of this?!
Renard: Well, you do have abilities that defy explanation. How you learn to use them will determine what you become. You're more than I'll ever be. The way this happened to you, you're one of a kind. Now, I don't know what that means ultimately.
Juliette: So, what you're saying is I'm going to have to wing it.
Renard: Don't we all.

Juliette: So what happens when Adalind finds out you're a Grimm again?
Nick: One less Hexenbiest wouldn't be a bad thing, would it?
Juliette: No, I guess not.

Maybe he should come home and find *you* dead!

Hank: You ate her cookie.
Wu: I did?
Nick: Yeah. That's why you ate your carpet.
Wu: ...Oh.

Juliette: Did I do that? I didn't do that. Did I?
Renard: I believe you did.

You call this a side effect?!

Juliette: My grandma used to blame the Chupacabra for everything! Dead relatives, missing pets, even lost keys.
Hank: Then, according to your grandmother, the Chupacabra is a pet-eating, key-stealing, goat-sucking killer.
Juliette: It is especially dangerous if you are out alone at night, or you get into a car with a boy, or come home late. I learned that the last two weren't exactly true.

Juliette: What are we going to do now that we have the whole refrigerator to ourselves?
Nick: And the house.
Juliette: Let me think! [They kiss.]

Juliette: It worked.
Nick: The peace and quiet we never had is over.
Juliette: Well, then I won't know what I missed. Too bad Adalind can't be here to celebrate with a little champagne. Emphasis on the 'pain' part.

[about Adalind] I just gotta say, that woman is such a bitch!

Grimm Quotes

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.

Eve

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.