Grimm is a drama series inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers' Fairy Tales. After Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt discovers he's descended from an elite line of criminal profilers known as "Grimms", he increasingly finds his responsibilities as a detective at odds with his new responsibilities as a Grimm.
Network: NBC (2011 - 2017)
Schedule: Fridays at 20:00 (60 min)
Show Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama Crime Supernatural
Episodes ordered: 13 episodes
Created by: Stephen Carpenter David Greenwalt Jim Kouf
Official site: www.nbc.com
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Episode 6x13; Mar 31, 2017
Nick faces off against Zerstörer in final battle, and the devil-wesen gives him an unthinkable choice: hand over the stick or let his friends die. However, Nick receives help from two unexpected allies.
|6x13: The End||Mar 31, 2017|
|6x12: Zerstörer Shrugged||Mar 24, 2017|
|6x11: Where the Wild Things Were||Mar 17, 2017|
Also known as:
- Досиетата Грим ( Bulgaria)
- 格林 ( China)
- Гримм ( Russian Federation)
- Грiмм ( Ukraine)
- Grimm San Lung Quai Vat ( Viet Nam)
So, Pentar, let me chew it for you.
Nick could see dead people the way Sean could see dead Meisner. Meisner came specifically to one person - Sean. So Sean and Nick couldn't really see dead people (as in having a skill), dead people were shown to them, basically speaking. And these dead ancestors came specifically to Nick. So only Nick could see them. And Diana could see dead Grimms because she is phenomenal. And Diana never saw dead Meisner, because she never was in the same room, while Meisner was haunting Sean.
"Time travel crap" can't be deus ex machina and totally unnecessary at the same time. Because deus ex machina is the only possible way to resolve an otherwise irresolvable plot situation by the definition and therefore can't be totally unnecessary. Logically speaking, simply because it's an unbelievable event, it doesn't automatically make it deus ex machina. In these case time travel was just cinematic way to shorten a narrative: screenwriters showed that everybody's okay and alive by one big reunion. Nick didn't have to go from the cabin, to the shop, to the precinct to resurrect all of them. And the bodies would already be moved from the precinct to a morgue, an investigation would begin and by then the news reports would be released. And suddenly all are alive and well? That would be a nightmare for characters to explain it and would take at least 20 minutes of a screen time.
Yep, Black Claw's demolition was short, so was the season. And to hell with Claw, they weren't very interesting in the first place.
It's one of the most known magic law: one have to give up object of certain magic kind willingly, otherwise it won't work for next person. And Zerstorer couldn't kill Nick, because Nick was unkillable, because he had a stick. And Stick wasn't "seemingly inert". The Stick just can't or didn't have enough power to undo whatever the bigger body of the Stick material AKA Stuff did. Stuff can't kill a person with a piece of Stuff AKA Stick. So if someone was hit by a bus in front of Nick he could definitely heal that pedestrian with a Stick.
"I can understand Kelly being a Grimm and hunting Wesen, but Diana is not a Grimm, nor are the triplets. I understand Nick often enlisted Wesen to help him but this sounded like they were all full time Grimms.", "Are they implying Nick is Diana's father?"
Enlisted? You make it sound like Wesens were Nick's vassals.
So what? Neither does Hank, Wu, Monroe, etc., but they all hunt Wesen one way or another. It's a new world where Grimm and Hexenbiest make family and Blutbad friends and everything is possible. So Nick friends with Monroe. Why not their kids be friends as well. And since they're all friends, they could also hunt together once in a while. When it is an interesting case. Or all the time. It is quite an exciting job to leave it only to people who was born into it. And Diana basically was raised by several families and could call dad both Nick and Sean. Or maybe she was referring to her biological mom a dad: Adalind and Sean. Despite the fact that they were no longer together, they still were raising their daughter together and could meet Wesen troubles at Sean's residence. So they could wait for their daughter and her brother with friends for some friendly neighbor Wesen kill, why couldn't they? You know, kids helping their parents is a common thing. And Wesen troubles pretty much became a family thing, not just a job since the beginning. And their roles and Grimm's function were switching between all of them all the time in time of the show. So no reason to expect, that it would reduce in the future. We simply cannot know what exactly she meant and what was going on, other than it was exciting and all of them stuck together.
It never ceases to amaze me how grown up sane people all together refer to another person only as Truble.
On the more pressing matters: the end is awesome.
The best episode ever.