"It's really filled," Turner said of this week's "Grimm," which not only sees the couple get engaged but also sees Monroe's parents drop by. As for the proposal itself, the actress called it "adorable and fun and silly" and "a pure and touching and honest moment."
"The writers really make it as complicated as they possibly can," Mitchell added. "And so as soon as you think everything is fine, you know, the parents show up and it gets extremely difficult." And after the engagement comes the "not-uncomplicated journey to the altar," so should we expect any Wesen customs to come into play? "The only thing I think that we really know is that Wesen tend to like to marry in the wild," Mitchell said.
Also coming up this season, expect to see the series "get back into a bit more procedural format" when it comes to Nick, Turner shared, also teasing there is a "big carnival episode that's going to be really fun" they're starting Friday.
For those fans who have loved to see Juliette and Rosalee's friendship, an upcoming web series airing around Valentine's Day is for you. "[It] focuses on Juliette and Rosalee and their friendship," Turner previewed. "It's really fun, really playful and it's a bit of a departure of tone from the show but we had a great time. And we kind of got to express all our girliness that we can't really quite do in the world of "Grimm.""
"Grimm" season 3 airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on NBC.