Random Musings from the KristenHead: 'Grimm' 4x21 Gif-Tweet-Cap: Juliette is a 'Headache'
'Grimm' series finale recap: What did you think of Season 6, Episode Even better, Adalind's ring is gone, a fact Nick notices while he's. nadalind gifs | Tumblr Grimm Adalind, Claire Coffee, Nick Burkhardt, David Giuntoli, . Grimm's Episode Will Only Complicate Nick and Adalind's Relationship Random Musings from the KristenHead: 'Grimm' 4x21 Gif-Tweet -Cap: Grimm. 'Grimm' 4x21 Gif-Tweet-Cap: Juliette is a 'Headache' Nick calls Renard to warn him that Juliette is out for blood, but Jack the Ripper (another continuation from last week) answers Adalind's description sounds so matter-of-fact, as if this were a common occurrence. .. STFU For A Better Relationship.
Feel free to read more here: Also, HW has been tracking Nick, of course. HW does want Nick on their side, though. A while later, Nick has to become involved with the investigation. Nick, Hank, and Wu start looking into the flower shop murder and shop raids. When they learn that Xavier, a bakery shop owner, is missing, they check out the bakery. And what do they find? Well, that claw mark.
What else could it be?
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At the paint factory, Trubel and Adalind have a little heart-to-heart. Adalind stumbles over her words. Meanwhile, as this is happening, I groan quietly in the background. In much more exciting news, though, we learn that Trubel was commissioned by HW to kill Juliette.
Adalind promises to keep this a secret, but Nick will have to find out eventually. We need Trubel and Nick to trust each other—if she kept this from him for too long, it could have the potential to harm their friendship.GRIMM 4x21 - HEADACHE
Back into the investigation, Nick, Hank, and Wu seek out the help of Rosalee and Monroe, who say that they know Xavier well. Since this is a recurring plot point for the Captain, I have to wonder what importance it serves to the show. What if, for instance, Andrew Dixon was part of the Wesen uprising? Grimm then gets even deeper into its mythology which I live for here as a Grimm blogger. Most of the major riots in history were caused by Wesen. I got a flashback of that time Nick found an old tape in the trailer RIP, trailer and learned that Hitler was a Blutbad.
For the first time in a while, we get a moment in which Wu is the only character in a scene. He finds a bloodied Xavier, who ends up telling the Scooby gang what happened with his captors.
Xavier says that he managed to escape from them. What actually happened was that the Wesen gang threatened him into identifying Monroe in a picture. When will our dear Monrosalee ever get a break? Given his nervous demeanor, though, the Scooby gang believes him. As a fan throughout the show's run, I was sad to see it go, especially since so many other genre shows are wrapping up this season The Vampire Diaries, Bates Motel, Teen Wolf.
But Grimm is going out at the top of its game. The last two seasons have been stellar, with a good mix of standalone stories and mythology episodes. For the uninitiated, Grimm follows Nick Burkhardt, a Portland homicide detective. He discovers he is a Grimm, one of a long line of hunters who fights supernatural creatures, known as Wesen, that are eerily reminiscent of fairy tale creatures.
But let's be honest: So let's talk about that series finale. Finales are a hard thing to pull off, and I thought Grimm did a nice job. It was a bold move to kill off Hank and Wu - one that I applauded, though I love those characters - but after Renard was killed, I figured this was all a big fake-out. A dream sequence, an alternate reality, or something that would be fixed with magic.
All the characters were just dying in too quick a succession. And of course, Nick came out of the mirror for real this time and everyone was just fine. The final battle took place on the "big bad's" home turf. I always appreciate it when finales jump into the future a bit, to let us see where the characters ended up.
Six Feet Under mastered this technique in their finale, showing how the characters died and, by extension, how they lived in the same manner that was used throughout the show on inconsequential extras. Grimm gave us an epilogue, jumping ahead 20 years, showing Nick's son, Kelly, continuing the tradition of keeping the Grimm diaries going. He works out of a new trailer, with his older sister Diana, and Rosalee and Monroe's triplets, to keep the world safe from rogue Wesen.
It didn't seem like Grimm left any loose ends. The symbols in the tunnel were a kind of calendar; the stick was part of a bigger staff; the "Other Place" as Diana termed it was a kind of alternate universe that was essentially shut down when Nick destroyed the Big Bad.
How far in advance did you have the finale planned? We had it completely planned out by the end of the sixth season! We had it planned out right before we shot it. We had no idea until the very end. Well, we knew there were certain things that had to happen, but we didn't know specifically.
We felt we had answered the keys with the stick, but then we thought we really had to answer that stick - for real. We had a lot of different versions we were playing around with.
Eventually we came up with what I think is the best one. What were some of the other ideas you considered? They weren't as good as what you saw. We just tinkered around. We weren't really settled on anything. We just let the characters lead us to where we should go, I think. That seemed like the most logical last episode. What was the cast's reactions when they first read their death scene? I think it was something like, "Oh my god! They couldn't believe it. Throughout this last season it kind of felt like Eve was switching back into Juliette mode, and that at some point she was going to proclaim her love to Nick, and try to get him back.
Was that ever a possibility? Not in our minds. In other people's minds, it was definitely a possibility. We shot where she felt the strength of being a hexenbiest, all that power.
She went from bad to good. But she didn't want to give up that purpose. It wasn't like she was converting; she was coalescing in this last season.
They both did a lot of stuff, good, bad and indifferent. But she was no longer interested in simple happiness. She discovered a purpose in life.
Eve found her purpose this season. If we could figure out how to do it, we would, but you don't know those things until you really figure it out. We hadn't planned, "how do we bring them back," and created the last episode around them. It wasn't that at all. We found a way to incorporate them into the last episode. At the end of the final episode, we get the sense that Nick and Adalind are still together. And obviously Monroe and Rosalee had the triplets, and are - hopefully - still together.
What happened with some of our other characters? What happened with Renard and Eve and Trubel? Whatever you think happened to them! They all reformed a new kind of family, having fought evil together, I think they all came together with the reality that this war, this battle, will continue and they will fight it together.
And whatever you think happened! It's supposed to live on in your mind! But it's quite probably true that they are all out there, fighting the good fight. Was there ever any discussion or consideration of incorporating them into the epilogue? No, that would have been too much.