Thursday, 2 October 2014

Grimm: PTZD

"I wish I could do that!"

I've just thought; David Giuntoli hasn't had any lines so far this season, And his performance has been better than ever. Coincidence...?

Nick is still a nasty zombie, stalking a family in scenes reminiscent of The Shining. The gang follow the screams and go after Nick, annoyingly gun-toting householders notwithstanding, and Hank is feeling rather left out, not having a Wesen form to transform into. Nick is captured and cured, but that isn't all. It seems as though Nick may have killed an innocent bloke during his time as a zombie. The law does not recognise zombiefication as a defence in Oregon; legally, it's murder. There is, of course, a cover-up, but this could have consequences for everyone from Captain Renard down. that's perjury and perversion of the course of justice. Nick, of course, knows nothing of all this.

Of course, when he realises the truth his first instinct is to turn himself in, annoying goody-goody that he is. Fortunately, Hank manages to dissuade him (Sometimes justice isn't obvious"). I'm sure we'll return to all this.

In other news, Adalind carries out a long and ridiculously extended spell that seems designed to fulfill Claire Coffee's contractual right to appear. Still, I'm enjoying this season's arc-driven format. That's going to continue, right>

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