When you watch Grimm Season 4 Episode 7 online, Nick and Hank are faced with a series of destructive home invasions apparently directed at Christmas decorations. Meanwhile, Trubel starts to teach Josh about being a Grimm.

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When you watch Grimm Season 4 Episode 7 online, what starts out as a fun evening of Christmas cheer and fellowship becomes a disaster when a trio of destructive gremlins wreck a couple's home and send the man to the hospital. Nick and Hank investigate and try to figure out what is going on with the little menaces. Monroe invites Rosalee on their long-delayed honeymoon as they prepare for Christmas. Josh, curious about his heritage and still worried about his safety, asks Trubel to teach him about being a Grimm. They investigate Shaw the Klaustreich and his less-than-savory friends and come to some disturbing realizations about them. Captain Renard tells Nick that Elizabeth is looking for Kelly and the baby, and warns Nick to do something about the ever-more-suspicious Sergeant Wu. Will Nick and Hank be able to stop the rampaging gremlins before they ruin Christmas for everyone in Portland? What are these creatures, anyway? Will Trubel be able to keep Josh safe when they investigate? Does Josh accept that the Grimm world isn't actually as crazy as he thought it was? Find out the answers to all these questions and more when you watch Grimm Season 4 Episode 7 online!

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On Grimm Season 4 Episode 7, Nick and Hank do their best to handle a trio of rampaging gremlins that seem determined to wreck everything Christmas-y. Trubel teaches Josh about being a Grimm.

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Grimm Season 4 Episode 7 Quotes

Renard: Now, my motivation here is simply to protect my child, and I don't want my mother to kill your mother.
Nick: And I don't want *my* mother to kill *your* mother.

Then I met you guys and realized that crazy is relative!