Grimm Reviews

Juliette's memory begins to return on tonight's Grimm. Read our review to find out what she remember first!
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Adalind is back in town and is causing all kinds of trouble for Nick and Renard on tonight's Grimm. Meanwhile, Nick and Juliette's actions effect their relationship even further. Be sure to read our review to see how it all turned out!
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Nick and Hank investigate a past case on tonight's Grimm, while Juliette and Renard continue to grow closer. Read our review to find out more!
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Another Grimm comes to Portland claiming Nick is doing it all wrong on tonight's Grimm. But is this masked stranger all he claims to be? Find out in our review!
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Nick investigates the ghost of La Llorona on tonight's spooky Grimm. Read our review to find out if she was a ghost or a Wesen!
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Some of Renard's past comes into focus on tonight's Grimm, while Nick deals with a hybrid Wesen. Read our review to find out more!
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Nick tries to save Monroe from murder on tonight's Grimm while Juliette tries to unlock her memories of Nick and Renard visits an old, royal friend.
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Monroe goes undercover at a church to get to the bottom of its Blutbad pastor on tonight's Grimm. Find out if Monroe got a confession out of him!
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Nick tries to stop the outbreak of a centuries old plague on tonight's Grimm, while Juliette tries to piece together her life with Nick and Monroe and Rosalee grow closer.
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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.

Eve