Oh, how I loved this episode!
It’s been so long – or at least it seems that way! – since Nick was a new Grimm. We’re so used to the present Nick that we don’t easily recall the past Nick who was freaking out about Wesen and all the weird things he was seeing. Bringing in a new Grimm who’s attracting Wesen like flies and killing them just as quickly is an interesting way to shake things up. I love Trubel already – many kudos to Jacqueline Toboni on an amazing job so far – and it’ll be fun to watch Nick be the teacher. Here’s hoping Juliette can come with Nick’s extremely unexpected houseguest. I hope this particular arc lasts a while (we know it’ll be a few episodes at least)!
Did anyone forsee feeling sorry for Adalind? I know I didn’t. But things as they stand are just a mess. Adalind goes to Nick and Juliette, who can’t help her; then she goes to Sean and smacks him one, understandably; finally, she ends up at Monroe and Rosalee’s place, where again, they can’t really help her – but they try by at least getting her to sleep a bit via a special tea mixed by Rosalee.
Unfortunately (fortunately??), she ends up calling Viktor, who plays along that he has the baby – seriously, could the man be even more of a jerk?? I think not. However, it’s hard to say if he’s doing Sean, Nick and the gang a favor or not at this point. Of course, Viktor tells her she needs to kill Nick to see her child, and the first thing she does is go make nice with Sean… this is going to get ugly soon. I’m loving all the extra Claire Coffee and Sasha Roiz with this arc, though – I don’t think they always get the credit they should.
What’s happening with Monroe and Rosalee’s wedding?? The recycling game they had going was a cute little interlude. And while we’re on the subject – is Nick EVER going to be able to propose again?!
Thank goodness Friday isn’t that far away!