They should have made the werewolf hotter and made him the Grimm's true love interest.
I liked it better when it was called "Fables."
Sean Hayes is an EP of this show.
Sean Hayes is still traight, right? I have not heard about him in a while and figure you all just gave up on him.
David Giuntoli makes my blood boil
I wanna know where the other thread went? It went all the way back to the first show.
This show is awful. David Giuntoli's nipples could also use some work - they're on the small side - but at least his ass is nice.
Does anyone else remember seeing him on "Road Rules"? He was nice to the gay guy that season, even though he was a total douche to everyone.
Grimm.The story of an ordinary man who discovers he has the power to see bad CGI.
New ep next Friday. Can't wait.
Anyone else think Juliette isn't going to remember Nick until he tells her the truth about something? Anything?
Juliette is Sleeping Beauty kissed awake by a demon prince. She's so dumping Nick and hooking up with Captain Sean Renard.
I tried too...but it just didn't hold my interest past a few episodes. If I'm home and happen to catch it, I'll watch, but it's not very essential. Sort of like "Once Upon a Time", even though I like that better.
Like someone said, I wish there had been a FABLES show instead of these two.
It won't be missing me. I'm an avid fan. A good dose of homoerotic subtext between Nick and the Captain wouldn't be out of place, however.
Yeah, so much love for Sterek (Stiles and Derek from Teen Wolf) from the slash fiction crowd and yet there's barely any love for Nean or Sick (Nick and Sean from Grimm).
btw: Renard is French for Fox... maybe means nothing, but maybe....
At the very least we can say Captain Renard is a Fox ... sorry, I'm up way late.
No Grimm posts? I liked last night's although it was a bit stale. The wolf and the sheep meme is a bit overdone. I liked that the sheep won the day in the way they did, though. Next week looks interesting.
David Giuntoli reminds me of every one of you. It's why I don't want to meet anyone from this board - it would only fuck everything up.
Another good episode this week. Surprised this show doesn't get more discussion on here...
So what's the deal? The captain is a good guy wesen?
Did anyone else find the hilarious scene between the captain and Juliet over the top crazy?
The captain is a conflicted wesen, maybe? He's the half-brother of the prince Adalind is working with. And an early episode referred to him as a bastard, literally. So, I'm guessing he wasn't treated all that well by the royal family to begin with, and now he's being bullied by the family. Now he seems to want to ally with Nick.
I really wanted them to fuck r25. It is a shame they didn't. This was the only time that I've ever found Juliet interesting.
i'm a fan.
Juliet creeps me out. I keep expecting her eyes to bleed.
Loved the hole in the floor and the way it re-constructed under her feet. At least getting her memories back is interesting.
Monroe is still my favorite.
According to this show, everybody in Portland lives in a huge restored Craftsman house.
Problem is, all the house interiors look the same and I can't tell whose house they're in.