“Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen, nobody knows my sorrow.”
“Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen” is the April 25 episode of “Grimm.” Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight’s episode. “Grimm” airs Friday nights at 8 p.m. central on NBC.
Hello police case! It feels like forever since we’ve seen Nick and Hank tackle a case. I didn’t realize how much I missed it. Gotta have my Wu fix. A bunch of Wesen are turning up dead. Thankfully, Nick doesn’t jump immediately to the cause being a grimm. It would not have felt right. Instead, he starts to think about what Wesen could do this kind of damage. A personal favorite moment is when Nick and Hank interview one of the first victim’s brother. It is great just to watch him talk to a grimm. Did you miss the case of the week?
Adalind is running to everyone asking for help. You know that she is really heartbroken when she runs to Nick’s and even asks him to get Kelly to help. The writers did a good job of making people feel sorry for her. You can sense her pain. She is devastated, which is a different side of Adalind. Her arrangement with Viktor makes this exciting. He wants her to take Nick’s powers, which is apparently something that she can do. The writers will need to explain this a little bit more. Do you feel sorry for Adalind?
Trubel is one strange Grimm. For one, she freaks out when she is approached by a Wesen. For another, she freaks out after killing a Wesen. She has an emotional breakdown. The twist that she is a Grimm who doesn’t know she is a Grimm is fantastic. It allows Nick to share what he’s learned, plus it is just an interesting predicament for Trubel to be in. You can really tell how disturbed she is by all of the Wesen. The writers have a great chance to explore her psyche a little bit, which hopefully they take otherwise Trubel's storyline will be wasted. What are your thoughts on Trubel?
Are you looking forward to seeing Trubel again next week? Did you enjoy the episode? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.