Originally Posted by b5fan001
I think if everyone takes a look at the links I posted from the Creator/Writers, you will see they do NOT
plan to get Nick's powers quickly.
You will also see that they have a whole Wesen KKK plot created for Monroe and Rosealee. Their union is not looked upon kindly in some quarters of the Wesen community. They are not going to be sidelined.
Hank is finally getting a love interest that might stick around for a while. At least they said that. As a black guy, I'm just glad the "black guy always dies"
trope is less likely to play out here. Looking back at the last three seasons, I don't think Hank has had any action.
Third wheel black guy.......the werewolf gets action, the hero gets action........the black guy.......friend. Makes me laugh!!
"I'm the one black guy. Do you know how precarious that makes my situation?"
, The Walking Dead
I'm not a big fan of the cliffhanger that the writers set up last season. Nick being without his powers is an interesting 1-2 story arc. Beyond that, it's going to be difficult (but by no means impossible) to keep Nick's story an engaging one, especially with Juliette drama to detract from him getting "fixed" in a hurry. After all, if he isn't a Grimm, now they can "be together without worry". (Yeah right...)
Teresa needs to go, or at least she needs to be scaled down IMHO. This show is best with Nick and Monroe up front, Hank and Rosalee supporting, and the Captain Renard providing official cover.
I'm so done with Coffee's character. This time she needs to simply just die - and stay dead.
Same goes with the Juliette drama. Either she's with Nick or she isn't. This back-and-forth based on developments that cover a few minutes of screen time in a season is getting old.
It's time for the Royals storyline to come out into the open. It doesn't have to be resolved by any means. But it can't keep being this "behind the scenes" story that just keeps popping in once and a while without giving even the slightest inkling of what it is all about. It reminds me of the "Conspiracy Stories" on X-Files
Monroe and Rosalee having their own story seems like it could be fun. It just needs to not make the show divided into two halves though, the Wessen half and the Nick half.
I think the story that might have my interest the most right now is Sergeant Wu. How much longer is he able to keep it together and how does his character develop knowing what he does now, even if no one else realizes he has a clue now?