Hank: [reading] "A Heftigauroch is a bull-like Wesen that morphs into rage when provoked."
Nick: Seriously? We're talking raging hefty gorock?
Hank: It's your book, man.

Rosalee: Nick can't see us anymore.
Bud: Oh my God, he's blind?!

Dr. Myers: Nick, do you see things the rest of us can't?
Nick: ...Not that I know of.

Nick: I just with things were back to...
Juliette: What? Normal?
Nick: I don't even know what that is, anymore. Being a Grimm? Not being a Grimm? Not being a Grimm and knowing?

Nick: I'm okay.
Sgt. Wu: [unconvinced] Uh... you were on your knees, Nick!

It's not that I don't want you to help Nick, but being a Grimm hasn't exactly been the greatest thing for him... or me.

Juliette

Elizabeth Lascelles: So I'm a grandmother!
Sean Renard: Not that you look it.

Sean Renard: I suppose that's the second time you've given me life.
Elizabeth Lascelles: It hurt a lot more the first time.

Rispoli: It's Adalind Schade.
Prince Viktor: Tell her I'll ring her back.
Rispoli: She's here.
Prince Viktor: In Vienna?
Rispoli: At the gate.

Oooh, I know I smelled it! Bacon, that's all I want!

Trubel

Sean Renard: Detectives Burkhardt and Griffin, this is Elizabeth LaSalle. My mother.
Hank Griffin: [surprised] Oh.
Nick Burkhardt: Hi.
Sean Renard: ...She's had a little work done.

[about Trubel] Well, she sees a police captain get shot, killer tries to shoot her, and she chops his head off. It it was my daughter, she'd be a basket case.

Agent Rosten

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.

Eve