The world of Grimm has grown more and more complex ever since the series debuted, but it is also developed into clear that “the world of Grimm” is not just solitary world, but three distinguishing ones, contemporaneous, for better or for worse. And in spite of Nick’s status as a Grimm, he is not dreadfully dominant in any of them.
The criminal at core of this week’s case was a wesen man/woman in a dress. A little trickery was played out first, but at the wrapping of the show, it was difficult not to chuckle as Nick and Hank caught a male Linus in vibrantly colored dress. This wesen of the week who is called is huntha kami muuaji was both a man and woman creature sharing one body. The woman part of this wesen named Stacy, would seduce men at bars to discreet locations where they would fall victim to her other male side, Linus.
It was decided by both Nick and Hank that Monroe would play the best bait for the job because he can handle himself with perilous wesen. To their success, Monroe played the bait flawlessly right before he ended up in a sticky situation with Linus waving around a gun. It took a bit of a while for the team to pin down just what was going on with Stacy and Linus. Nick was able to at long last figure it out and ended Linus in his tracks with a couple of arrows to the chest.
While Nick was busy with his wesen case, Juliette is searching for a place to cll her home and it seems like the captain’s house is it. No more is the sweet and polite Juliette. After a night of sleeping in her car, she knocks on the captain’s door, telling him she needs a place to stay in.
Sean has his own issues. He’s still seeing himself smothered in blood subsequent to being shot. The book his mother left behind contains the key to his condition, but a hexenbeist is the only one that can unlock it. Juliette’s novel identity comes in useful. She is also apprehensive to see the book with the hopes of helping herself too.
It is clear that Adalind is pregnant after taking three pregnancy tests. She is now on the look out for a father for her baby. With some rapid assessment, she settles on a decision that Victor is the suitable contender. But plans often change in the Grimm world, thus, she if left on the search again.
While this week’s episode, “Double Date” was a let down in a number of immense ways, just like with the countless other Grimm episodes, the queries and reflections hoisted by its defects managed to lift up the hour just a little bit higher than it would otherwise rank. Grimm is more of a thinking show than originally meets the eye—and that is the element of what gets us coming back for more every week.