A psychiatrist who treats Wesen, and is a Wesen, put some of his fellow Wildermann patients on an experimental mixture to keep them from having the beastie urges. Unfortunately, instead of curing them, it causes them to completely lose control instead.
But, more importantly, by the end of the episode both Hank and Juliette believe in beasties. And they end the damn episode on the moment when Nick could confess that he’s a Grimm and that Juliette is right; that they’re real. …I think I’m going to scream if the next episode starts and he’s still living his secret life. If you’ve been reading along with this blog, then you know that I’ve been wanting him to tell Juliette since about episode five. So if he doesn’t tell her, I don’t think I’ll be able to handle it. I’ll just be too pissed off.
Hank on the other hand… I don’t think I’d be able to have the right reaction either. So I can’t blame Nick there. I mean, he would have to pretend to also be shocked by what he had seen, which is way more difficult than continuing to pretend you know nothing. Hank is just gonna need to go to therapy.
Now, you have to wonder why Hank wasn’t a little suspicious when his stoic partner began emphatically whispering on the phone and then mysteriously had the name of a guy who ends up having killed himself. I mean, I’d be suspicious. For a detective, Hank sure overlooks a lot of things.
What have we learned?: Nick’s normal and Grimm worlds are quickly colliding, and he’s having a hell of a time keeping up.
What’s going to happen?: I think Nick is going to piss me off and not tell Juliette. I’m just preparing myself to get pissed off. Oh, and I hope some Reapers come a’knockin’. ‘Cause, you know, it would be really inconvenient and make for a good episode.
Alright, I’ve gotta go watch the season finale!