Originally Posted by oink
After tonite's episode, I am disappointed at this stage of the game.
NOT well thought out, IMO.
Yep, the girl with the golden goiter wasn't one of the better episodes...a placeholder that had a chance to develop the relationship between Nick and what's her name, but pulled back. Ran in place with Hank, Adalind and Renard and only left one easter egg with Wu eating the paperclip. Oh yeah, a cat and a canary marrying? Had to end well, right? Oregonian wesen are about as smart as the oxy addicts in Harlan County.
Originally Posted by lonwolf615
I don't want to rant, and I've always thought that if someone doesn't like a show they should just stop watching and not rain on anybody else's parade. But Grimm is a special case. I love Greenwalt, and have always thought he didn't get enough credit for Buffy. He created the character of Angel for one thing, and Whedon has said Greenwalt gave Buffy a darker tone than he ever imagined. And then there is Profitt, maybe the darkest, strangest show ever to be on network tv. So I was excited to see him finally return with a series of his own, sure I was going to love it. I was wrong. I've watched faithfully but I have to admit its turned into more of a chore than a pleasure. I mentally groaned last night when they said in the tease "only 6 more episodes"...I'll never make it. I wish I could see what so many of you seem to enjoy about the show and keep reading this thread hoping for a clue on how to connect to the series.Most of you I hold in high regard and I'll freely admit you're smarter than me and have better taste than I'll ever have, so I'm baffled by how you all can love this show when I can barely make it through each episode. I can't even seem to make it a guilty pleasure, darn it...Sorry for the rant, and please don't misunderstand my tone. I want to love this show! If any of you are still with me, I'd weclome any suggestions on how to enjoy it, but realize I've already tried every way I can think of.
Thanks, it's nice to recognized as a genius
...Oh, you weren't talking about me ???
I wasn't a Buffy fan, never gave it a chance and was only marginally interested in Angel which I thought was too juvenile. I recognize some similarities in Grimm however. It sucks that you want to like a show, but can't get into it. That's happened several times to me. Anyway, I'm still thinking that there is more to offer with Grimm and what hasn't been revealed or developed will be better than what's been shown. I've been wrong before. A few eps like last night's in a row and I might be coming more toward your side.