“But if I stand at the sick person’s feet, he is mine.”
“The Ungrateful Dead” is tonight’s season premiere of Grimm. Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. To review the last case file, click here. Grimm airs Friday nights at 8 on NBC.
When you think about it, not much happens on tonight’s episode. Nick is infected for the entire episode, and then by the end of it, he is loose terrorizing a town. What’s interesting about this infected Nick is that he is sharper than he normally is. He can sense when someone is coming up behind him or when someone pulls a knife. Gauging by the preview for the next episode, this could be something that stays with him. It will be interesting to watch how Nick changes because of his time as a zombie. What did you think of zombie Nick?
Juliette makes a good addition to the team. She is able to use her medical knowledge to benefit. Typically when a person starts spouting medical jargon, the people around them are lost. This is not the case. Juliette and Rosalee are able to combine their intellects to solve the distribution of the antidote problem, and even Monroe is able to follow along. Basically this episode proves that Juliette will be helpful in the future. Are you enjoying seeing Juliette tackle Wesen things?
No one is quite sure what is happening with Adalind, including Adalind herself. There are apparently a bunch of gruesome tests that she must complete in order to get her Hexenbiest mojo back. At the end of the episode, Adalind is only approved for the possibility of regaining her powers. This seems like a long trial, and it is confusing. The only reason why it is okay that all of these trials don’t make sense to the viewers is because Adalind is also in the dark. We all are just following along to see what happens. Would you like to see Adalind get her powers back?
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