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post #601 of 1519
Who knows, maybe this is their way of setting her up to go away without being "harsh" and killing her. Juliette will be even more useless than Hank was last season if she regains her memories and Nick remains too cowardly to level with her, so she would be better off leaving the show than staying in limbo. The idea that Nick would propose to her while keeping her in the dark really casts aspersions on his character.
post #602 of 1519
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Originally Posted by jakestir View Post

Very true, it hasn't been well defined at all.
The three stages were only based on my observations.
I think it's been mentioned in this thread that maybe the Wesens see a Grimm differently than what we've been shown.
Like maybe they get a glimpse of some big mean looking guy.

I disagree. The wesen only know he is a Grimm after he does something to reveal he has just seen them, such as looking shocked or saying something. You can see this numerous times in the show, plus you can also see it when Nick hides his reaction, the Wesen don't acknowledge him because they don't know he has seen them. This has happened numerous times.

Plus, Nick can see the Wesen when they loose control. Wesen change when they are angry/upset, etc. Otherwise they control this, this too has been shown and even talked about in the show.
post #603 of 1519
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Originally Posted by WilliamR View Post

Plus, Nick can see the Wesen when they loose control. Wesen change when they are angry/upset, etc. Otherwise they control this, this too has been shown and even talked about in the show.

It appears everybody can see them when they lose control or choose to show themselves. Nick can see them when no one else can, at least sometimes. And as you and daryl pointed out the Weson don't know it unless he gives himself away. The Captain has hid his true nature of course, but that could be because he knew in advance Nick is a grimm and was powerful enough to keep it secret.

As far as Julie goes, is it just Nick she can't remember, or all supernatural events? She remembers Monroe but not anything unusual about him...
post #604 of 1519
Well when Monroe showed himself off she was already out, she didn't get to see him..
post #605 of 1519
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As far as Julie goes, is it just Nick she can't remember, or all supernatural events? She remembers Monroe but not anything unusual about him...
The memory loss seems to be restricted to Nick, especially since she said she remembered having the dinner only with Monroe. She collapsed before she could see Monroe's Wessen aspect.
post #606 of 1519
I'm thinking Hank may be a Grimm and not know it ..
post #607 of 1519
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

I'm thinking Hank may be a Grimm and not know it ..

Now that would be an interesting twist.

I think that when Julie sees the Captain, she'll be in love w/ him.

Maybe I missed it but I thought the young daughter knew Nick was a Grimm w/o him revealing it to her.
post #608 of 1519
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

I'm thinking Hank may be a Grimm and not know it ..

Not likely based on all the backstory we've been given about how the "Grimmness training" and knowledge is passed from generation to generation (i.e. Nick's history). And - didn't Hank's ability all come about after his dealings with the hotty witch (her name escapes me)?

On the other hand, it would be a hoot if he were to be a Grimm.
Edited by Joseph - 8/30/12 at 12:27pm
post #609 of 1519
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Not likely based on all the backstory we've been given about how the "Grimmness training" and knowledge is passed from generation to generation (i.e. Nick's history). And - didn't Hank's ability all come about after his dealings with the hotty witch (her name esca;es me)?
On the other hand, it would be a hoot if he were to be a Grimm.

I'm thinking he is genetically within the Grimm gene pool ..
post #610 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Matt L View Post

I'm enjoying the show except for the amnesia crap. There are any number of ways this could have played out but they go for the very old, very tired soap opera amnesia bit. Bad, Bad move, it's a real turnoff.

Glad to see this complaint, I was starting to think that I was the only one that considers this amnesia crap to be among the worst weak writer tricks.

At this point I'm hoping that someone will whack the broad in the head with a coconut so that we can get past this Gilligan's Island subplot.

OTOH, I really liked the way they handled the reveal to Hank, so I had very mixed feelings about the last episode.
post #611 of 1519
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

I'm thinking Hank may be a Grimm and not know it ..
Hmmm...interesting thought.....

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Originally Posted by Mac The Knife View Post

Glad to see this complaint, I was starting to think that I was the only one that considers this amnesia crap to be among the worst weak writer tricks.
I predicted that earlier in the thread.

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At this point I'm hoping that someone will whack the broad in the head with a coconut so that we can get past this Gilligan's Island subplot.
LOL.

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I really liked the way they handled the reveal to Hank
+1


Overall, I liked this episode very much and the show seems to be improving.
With Hank in the know now, he and Nick will become a Batman and Robin duo.
post #612 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Aleron Ives View Post

Who knows, maybe this is their way of setting her up to go away without being "harsh" and killing her. Juliette will be even more useless than Hank was last season if she regains her memories and Nick remains too cowardly to level with her, so she would be better off leaving the show than staying in limbo. The idea that Nick would propose to her while keeping her in the dark really casts aspersions on his character.

Juliette's character is really just one of those standard TV obstacles for Nick to make his life difficult like the nosy neighbor in Bewitched (Gladys Kravitz) except Juliette is much easier on the eyes.
post #613 of 1519
I went to catch up on my Grimm last night and found out my DVR hadn't recorded a single episode.eek.giffrown.gif How many episodes have there been so far? I'm hoping less than three.
post #614 of 1519
Three episodes so far. #3 replays tonight on NBC.
post #615 of 1519
Thanks. I'll record tonights and hit NBC.com for the first two.
post #616 of 1519
Thread Starter 
Yeah Hank! Love mark Pelligrino!
post #617 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post

Thanks. I'll record tonights and hit NBC.com for the first two.


Check your On Demand section too. All 3 season two episodes are on Comcast's.

post #618 of 1519
Another great episode tonight. Monroe was fantastic again. I especially liked the part towards the end when he says to Nick, "Oh my god, you didn't have to kill her".
post #619 of 1519
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Originally Posted by kb11 View Post

Another great episode tonight. Monroe was fantastic again. I especially liked the part towards the end when he says to Nick, "Oh my god, you didn't have to kill her".

Yeah, I laughed at that line too!
Plus, we finally got a somewhat "official" explanation from Nick, as to when the Wesen seem to show themselves to him. With that, Nick said that sometimes this is when the Wesen become aware that he is a Grimm, and sometimes not. Even he wasn't very sure how it all worked. biggrin.gif

Geez, after the next new episode on Monday the 10th, we've got to wait till Friday September 28th for the next episode!
Edited by Take Two - 9/4/12 at 9:59am
post #620 of 1519
For some reason, my Dish DVR guide has a new episode next Monday.

I think the networks need to quit making last-minute schedule changes. How is anybody supposed to keep up, DVR or not?
post #621 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Jim Shaffer View Post

For some reason, my Dish DVR guide has a new episode next Monday.

I think the networks need to quit making last-minute schedule changes. How is anybody supposed to keep up, DVR or not?

Yes, the last of the Monday night new episodes [(#205) THE GOOD SHEPHERD)] will air on the 10th.
post #622 of 1519
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Originally Posted by domino92024 View Post

Yes, the last of the Monday night new episodes [(#205) THE GOOD SHEPHERD)] will air on the 10th.

So then we basically skip to the end of the month? mad.gif
post #623 of 1519
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Originally Posted by domino92024 View Post

Yes, the last of the Monday night new episodes [(#205) THE GOOD SHEPHERD)] will air on the 10th.

So then we basically skip to the end of the month? mad.gif

Well, the Friday only episodes begin the following week (9-21) with a scheduled repeat. Then new episodes start the following week (9-28.) So you have one week with no new episodes. rolleyes.gif

Time flies...
post #624 of 1519
Of course, it'll be in the same time slot as Fringe

You'd think they'd know after all these decades not to schedule programs which attract similar demographics at the same time. It hurts the ratings for both programs, since not everyone has a DVR.
post #625 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Westly-C View Post


Check your On Demand section too. All 3 season two episodes are on Comcast's.

I don't have On Demand. I finally watched the season premiere at NBC.com last night. I see they have a new intro and now Hank knows. Interesting. Some good news, my DVR did it's job and actually recorded last nights episode. Only three more to go and I'm all caught up.biggrin.gif
post #626 of 1519
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Originally Posted by kb11 View Post

Another great episode tonight. Monroe was fantastic again. I especially liked the part towards the end when he says to Nick, "Oh my god, you didn't have to kill her".
That line didn't really work for me, since Monroe didn't really seem upset at Nick when he said it.

I will, however, give major kudos to the people who fixed the opening sequence. It's much better without the faux Giles voice over.

As for new episodes, I saw nothing about another episode airing next Monday. The teaser just said new episodes resume on September 28, so I'm confused. I guess I'll see what the TV guide says a week from now. rolleyes.gif
post #627 of 1519
you gotta remember its NBC. They're probably confused too.
post #628 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Take Two View Post


Plus, we finally got a somewhat "official" explanation from Nick, as to when the Wesen seem to show themselves to him. With that, Nick said that sometimes this is when the Wesen become aware that he is a Grimm, and sometimes not. Even he wasn't very sure how it all worked. biggrin.gif
A lot of us had already "figured out" how this worked and this episode just confirms it.wink.gif
post #629 of 1519
Grimm now off the official NBC schedule for Monday, the 10th
Pilots for "The New Normal" and "Go On" listed after "The Voice"
post #630 of 1519
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Originally Posted by zaphod7501 View Post

Grimm now off the official NBC schedule for Monday, the 10th
Pilots for NBC's desperate grab at their own "Modern Family" and "Go On" listed after "The Voice"

Fixed it for ya. wink.gif
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