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Old Nov 13th, 2012, 09:52 PM   #18
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Re: Grimm

I'm surprised but Grimm is now one of my must see shows along with Castle, Bones, Elementary and Person of Interest.

The shows are really gripping. I am getting tired however of this amnesia thing with Juliette. I thought that the old Mexican lady who recognized the cat scratch on her hand would figure in curing her and that still might happen. To be honest I thought that Nick should have taken his aunt's advice and gotten rid of Juliette but what can you do?

I think that having Hank in on the deal is a good thing. And I really like the Monroe character.

The last episode with the Wendigo seasoning his human foot stew was .

I hope it gets picked up again.
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