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post #2101 of 2193 Old 03-24-2015, 03:36 PM
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This show is becoming more soapy than "Once Upon a Time". I just can't take it.
Originally I liked Grimm more because it seemed like it was not as much a soap opera, rather, I felt that it was almost "Fringe-like" to coin a phrase.
Now it is being written as "How can we **** with their relationships this season?"
Do they EVER plan to explain the huge Wesen presence in Portland?
Or how these torn-up, and/or dismembered bodies keep turning up?

You know, a small nod to the internal logic of the story?
Yeah, it's also the writers struggling to do story arcs like Adalind/Juliette storylines and the ongoing Royals stuff.
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Unless I missed something, that was just to catch the guy this week. They were posing as a couple that couldn't conceive to check out the doc and see if he was connected. It wasn't a real attempt.
But that's clearly where the storyline is going to head next. Their posing as a couple trying to have a baby has gotten them thinking about having a baby for real.

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But that's clearly where the storyline is going to head next. Their posing as a couple trying to have a baby has gotten them thinking about having a baby for real.
Basically baby stuff everywhere, Adalind has 2 baby plots going on.
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Just wait for it. The reason Theresa is coming back to town is to ask Nick and Juliette for parenting advice, because she's become pregnant, too.
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Just wait for it. The reason Theresa is coming back to town is to ask Nick and Juliette for parenting advice, because she's become pregnant, too.
The sad thing is that this could actually be true from these writers.
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Just wait for it. The reason Theresa is coming back to town is to ask Nick and Juliette for parenting advice, because she's become pregnant, too.

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As much as I find Adalind's ongoing baby adventures tiresome, you have to give the writers a little bit of slack here. Once Claire Coffee sprung her pregnancy on them, they didn't have too much choice.
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As much as I find Adalind's ongoing baby adventures tiresome, you have to give the writers a little bit of slack here. Once Claire Coffee sprung her pregnancy on them, they didn't have too much choice.
Easy choice.
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As much as I find Adalind's ongoing baby adventures tiresome, you have to give the writers a little bit of slack here. Once Claire Coffee sprung her pregnancy on them, they didn't have too much choice.
But they didn't have to give her another pregnancy storyline when her other one was still ongoing, they could've temporarily written her off and then have her come back when ready like they did with Trubel.
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It looks to me like Bree Turner is hiding a pregnancy beneath all those frumpy loose sweaters as well.
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She knew full well how he would react. She was trying to prove to him that his claim of still loving her and wanting to work through this "challenge" was a lie. He obviously doesn't accept her the way she is now, and she forced him to acknowledge it before she walked out.
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Do they EVER plan to explain the huge Wesen presence in Portland?
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Lots of wild animals.
Funny thing is Portland and the State itself doesn't really have wild beasts that kill people.
Heck, Oregon hasn't had a death or even an attack by a Mountain Lion in its entire history.

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Funny thing is Portland and the State itself doesn't really have wild beasts that kill people.
Heck, Oregon hasn't had a death or even an attack by a Mountain Lion in its entire history.
Heck, we get a couple of Mtn. Lion attacks on the fringes of San Jose a couple of times a year. Population is probably in the neighborhood of 3 million in Santa Clara county. Bigfoot must be thinning out the species up there.

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Funny thing is Portland and the State itself doesn't really have wild beasts that kill people.
Heck, Oregon hasn't had a death or even an attack by a Mountain Lion in its entire history.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have received reports of a feral hogs, well actually just one curmudgeonly old boar, stalking the blue hairs down at the beauty parlor.

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Heck, we get a couple of Mtn. Lion attacks on the fringes of San Jose a couple of times a year. Population is probably in the neighborhood of 3 million in Santa Clara county. .
This is because you guys don't have enough prey for them to eat and they become desperate.


At least 90% of a cougar's prey is ungulates (according to Oregon biologists).
California, with its large population base, allows huge amounts of hunting of the very species they need to survive, while Oregon has deer and elk up the wazoo.
This is the difference.

According to our biologists, the cougar and black bear populations are extremely healthy.
Even though they are all around us, the funny thing is people rarely see either out in the wild.

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What can I say...I dig the blues.


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This is because you guys don't have enough prey for them to eat and they become desperate.


At least 90% of a cougar's prey is ungulates (according to Oregon biologists).
California, with its large population base, allows huge amounts of hunting of the very species they need to survive, while Oregon has deer and elk up the wazoo.
This is the difference.

According to our biologists, the cougar and black bear populations are extremely healthy.
Even though they are all around us, the funny thing is people rarely see either out in the wild.
California's devastating drought also contributes to seeing more wildlife in populated areas, they come down for water and food, I've seen more deer roaming the creek behind me in the last few years than in all of the previous 10-12 years.
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She knew full well how he would react. She was trying to prove to him that his claim of still loving her and wanting to work through this "challenge" was a lie. He obviously doesn't accept her the way she is now, and she forced him to acknowledge it before she walked out.
She equated his having trouble looking at her as a hexenbeist with his not still loving her though, which seems clearl to be a false equation. When Nick looks at her, there is no denying that her woged appearance is somewhat hideous. It's also a very real reminder to Nick that she was once a beautiful, intelligent woman that had her whole life ahead of her - if not for him. That's a hard pill to swallow.

Just because he does not embrace the hexenbeist within her does not mean he loves her any less. It's a truly difficult concept for him to come to terms with. She's just blatantly pushing him away. It's not like she has to be woged while they are together. Nor is it fair to her to not give him some time to adjust. Heck, how much time did he give no-memory Juliette? He even went so far as to sleep first downstairs on the couch rather than the spare bedroom, and then later moved out to Monroe's, all to give her the space she needed.

It seems awfully petty of her to force Nick away now.
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California's devastating drought also contributes to seeing more wildlife in populated areas, they come down for water and food, I've seen more deer roaming the creek behind me in the last few years than in all of the previous 10-12 years.
California has to get serious about its drought and institute long-term solutions now, not later.


Did you see Jon Stewart's piece on this?
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Did you see Jon Stewart's piece on this?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/0...medy&ir=Comedy
Yes, the DS piece was funny. The problem is people want to eat, and eat things like almonds which are water hogs. The residential user is not the problem, it's agriculture, specifically water intensive crops that should not be farmed here. There's discussion that California has reached it's sustainability point, it will not be able to sustain a population any larger than it already has, and as water gets more expensive, and it will, people will move out of the state. Which is fine with me, California already has over a 10th of the country's population, we could stand to lose several million or so.

BTW, we should just come up and get Oregon's water since we supply the majority of your food, as well as for most of the country.
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It's also a very real reminder to Nick that she was once a beautiful, intelligent woman that had her whole life ahead of her - if not for him.
Wait, becoming a Hexenbiest made her stupid? If anything, it had the opposite effect. For once she's a competent fighter and actuallyy contributes something to the team. If anything, she should be thankful to no longer be a marginalised fringe character anymore and should never want to go back to being useless again. Sorry, but being a vet and speaking Spanish doesn't make for a long enough resume to indicate that you deserve a spot on the Scooby gang.

The point is that being a Hexenbiest is part of who Juliette is now, and if he can't accept that, then he doesn't love her as much as he thought. Juliette accepting Nick as a Grimm wasn't quite the same, as a) a Grimm and a human are not mortal enemies, b) a Grimm is not going to try to kill a human for fun, and c) he was still presumably physically attractive to her. The fact that Juliette became a Hexenbiest out of all possible Wesen is what really puts the nail in the coffin. It's hard not to sleep with one eye open if the person next to you could boil you alive just by giving you a dirty look.

I don't think either of their reactions is entirely unreasonable. Juliette had a rightful expectation for Nick to be more accepting, but Nick would have had a much easier time if she had become a warm and fuzzy Wesen like Rosalee. Nobody likes Hexenbiests, especially not Grimms.
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but Nick would have had a much easier time if she had become a warm and fuzzy Wesen like Rosalee. Nobody likes Hexenbiests, especially not Grimms.
It's almost impossible to be as warm and fuzzy as Bree Turner, whether she is woged or not. I'm just saying...

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Well I guess they had to give some of the unemployed soap writes a job -- so tonight we get -----"Who can I sleep with right away..." Aurg!!!!
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The scene with Adalind in front of the mirror,

"I can't have another baby, I don't even know where the first one is!"
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I missed the week before because a snow storm knocked out the satellite and didn't feel like catching it on the computer.


Anyway, what was the deal this week with us hearing Victor's voice, only to then see "him" being escorted out of the house? Now, next week yet ANOTHER royal is being introduced which leads me to believe the actor who played Victor was just written off for some reason.
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Anyway, what was the deal this week with us hearing Victor's voice, only to then see "him" being escorted out of the house? Now, next week yet ANOTHER royal is being introduced which leads me to believe the actor who played Victor was just written off for some reason.
Here we go again, maybe if they bothered to give us something substantial instead of having them sitting around in some castle completely isolated from the main characters/storylines and only occasionally having some scenes with Adalind and/or Renard, then there might be something here.
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Yes, the DS piece was funny. The problem is people want to eat, and eat things like almonds which are water hogs. The residential user is not the problem, it's agriculture, specifically water intensive crops that should not be farmed here.
Is there REAL talk of changing crops?

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TOO many have made their way North in the last 10 years.
The PNW has undergone a radical change...and NOT for the better.

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She has always been "stupid," nothing new here.

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Of course, you would....right?

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TOO many have made their way North in the last 10 years.
The PNW has undergone a radical change...and NOT for the better.


Thank you, but we don't need your food; we can support ourselves.


She has always been "stupid," nothing new here.

Of course, you would....right?

Dude...I've been doing it for 31 years.


Mmmmm, Rosalee...
CA has been sending emigrants to OR for years...yes. All sleepers about to awake, then the invasion begins as our State Militia (secretly training at Google) blitzkriegs the OR border and the pogroms begin. Camps and ovens...I mean showers are established to re-educated (or diminish) native, wrong thinking Oregonians that generally waste resources rightfully belonging to the State of the Conquistadors. WA won't know what hits them next...
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CA has been sending emigrants to OR for years...yes. All sleepers about to awake, then the invasion begins as our State Militia (secretly training at Google) blitzkriegs the OR border and the pogroms begin. Camps and ovens...I mean showers are established to re-educated (or diminish) native, wrong thinking Oregonians that generally waste resources rightfully belonging to the State of the Conquistadors. WA won't know what hits them next...
You think we are REALLY afraid?
Ha!


We have a secret army of Sasquatches armed to the teeth with the latest head-mounted lasers positioned near our southern border for just such an incursion.
AAAND, to make matters worse for you, led by genetically-enhanced and very testy swine.

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BTW, who was the Hottie in the last episode?
She had a body that me do this:


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