Review: Grimm 4.05 – “Cry Luison”

Nick continues struggling to decide whether or not to become a Grimm again. What do you think he’ll choose? This week he finally reaches a decision.

Review: Grimm – Season Premiere – “The Ungrateful Dead”

I am holding out hope that things will improve with the addition of Alexis Denisof to the cast. With that in mind, let us continue!

Reaping Grimm: Volcanalis

First, I want to remind everyone that Grimm is moving to Tuesday. So new episode this Tuesday (Apr. 30). And, just FYI, Grimm has been renewed for a third season. Second, I want to make sure you all look out for the David Giuntoli interview that will be posted the same day. Third, let’s talk about the episode! We got a good one! Read more about Reaping Grimm: Volcanalis

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Reaping Grimm: Unreaped

As you know, Grimm fans, the latest episode did not air on Friday (Apr. 19). The east coast saw coverage of one of the Boston bombers being apprehended, while the west coast got a re-run of Bad Teeth (the first episode of the season). What you might have missed as you turned off your TV and went back to writing- or, erm, whatever you went back to- is that Grimm will soon be moving to Tuesdays at 10pm. Read more about Reaping Grimm: Unreaped

Reaping Grimm: Diminished Gratification

Delayed gratification is all good and fine… if it ends up being gratifying. So many things that could have been right about this episode were muted. Read more about Reaping Grimm: Diminished Gratification

Reaping Grimm: The Name Game

This was the Rumplestiltskin episode! And the Sgt. Wu episode! And the sudoku episode! …Seriously, sudoku was the key to the mystery. Read more about Reaping Grimm: The Name Game

Reaping Grimm: Blinding Fights

Hey Grimm Fans!

I actually owe you two episode recaps since last week during Grimm, I was at PaleyFest at the American Horror Story: Asylum panel, and when I finally watched the episode, my computer decided to mysteriously shut off before I could save my notes. But this week I saved OCD style, so without further ado, let’s chat about Grimm. Read more about Reaping Grimm: Blinding Fights

Reaping Grimm: Nick Burkhardt and the Half-Blood Prince

Artistic license, poetic license, drivers license; all kinds of license was taken with the story line of Pinocchio. It was really just based on themes in Pinocchio. To the point that if they hadn’t put up the quote from the fairytale, you would never figure out what it was based on. Not that this deviation is a problem. I rather like that Grimm’s story lines can stand on their own and use the fairytales as a supplement rather than a crutch. Read more about Reaping Grimm: Nick Burkhardt and the Half-Blood Prince