"You should leave your fiance now...it's too dangerous for her. Now here, take this necklace those evil creatures will hunt you to the death to get a hold of..."
All though the episode, I found myself adding my own dialog to the conversations:
"You're a Grimm"
"Yes, I know...my friends are always telling me to lighten up."
"She had a lot of knife wounds. What did she do for a living?"
"She was a librarian."
"Did she have to open a lot of boxes?"
"The little girl was on her way to her Grandfather's house. That's him with the beard."
"Do we know he's clean?"
"Well, he has sanitary claws..."
"I'll take this trail."
"Great, I'll take this other trail because a black guy alone never gets eaten by the monster."
"She must have been taken from here."
"Careful where you step. If you think regular geese poop a lot, mother goose is nothing compared to that."
"What do you see in this guy that we don't?"
"He has an old European vehicle with a primer covered rear quarter panel. That's always a sign of trouble...and he's some kind of wolf thing. Scratch the last part...that sounds crazy."
"You know where she is."
"Of course I don't know where she is. Did I not tell you about my regimen? I sniff the girls as they go by, then I mark my territory by peeing in the back yard...mainly because the toilet doesn't work....but mostly because I'm a wolf thing."
"Did you really smell him?"
"Dude, you have no idea. His butt is just asking to be sniffed."
"I did the needlepoint myself...not that I tell everyone."
"Of course, because the sweater vest, Hummel figurines, the baking and the quaint cottage decor doesn't give you away at all..."
I'll give it a couple more tries to see if it clicks with me, but I'm not sure if I'm into it. It seems to be trying to be dark humor, but the humor feels too forced to be funny and the dark seems to come mainly from the cheap spooky sounds and the scary faces the bad guys all have.
Of course, the big twist of