History Series / Grimm

5th Feb '16 11:09:00 AM ChronoLegion
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* SunglassesAtNight: After learning that woged Wesen see a Grimm's eyes as entirely black, Nick opts to wear sunglasses to Monroe and Rosalee's wedding in order to avoid freaking out their Wesen relatives and friends. Trubel also wears sunglasses when she doesn't want to tip a Wesen off who she is.
5th Feb '16 11:06:13 AM ChronoLegion
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* AbortedArc: The keys with the map that the Royals are looking for are promptly forgotten in later seasons. [[spoiler:They could have been destroyed when Juliette torched the trailer, but it's not mentioned]].
31st Jan '16 1:42:02 AM SenorSesshomaru
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** "Eve of Destruction". [[spoiler:The Wesen cult is finally revealed to be officially named "Black Claw" and uprisings are happening across the globe, Juliette, formerly thought to be dead, works under Meisner as her new alter ego Eve, and The Wesen Council is all but wiped out by Black Claw (save for Alexander.)]]
24th Dec '15 1:42:31 PM thytruthiswon
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** [spoiler:Nick is now this since the birth of his son Kelly.]]
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** [spoiler:Nick [[spoiler:Nick is now this since the birth of his son Kelly.]]
23rd Dec '15 3:54:24 PM thytruthiswon
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**[spoiler:Nick is now this since the birth of his son Kelly.]]
15th Dec '15 1:33:35 PM morenohijazo
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* TitleDrop: in the episode "Island of Dreams" the title turns out to be a term used for a Wesen OpiumDen, which is featured in the episode. ** The show title is said pretty much every episode, which is a given really. ** If an episode title is named after a wesen featured in the episode, this will inevitably happen. ** Eric Renard quotes both the show title and episode title in the Season 2 finale (Goodnight, Sweet Grimm), as he [[spoiler:closes a zombified Nick into a coffin.]] * TitleOnlyOpening: All the first season. In the second season they added an opening.

* TheThreeFacesOfEve: {{Genderflipped}} with the DeadpanSnarker[=/=]{{Adorkable}} Monroe, the seductive HandsomeDevil[=/=]TheCharmer Renard and the [[NervesOfSteel wise]] [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl and faithful]] boyfriend Nick. ** Played straight with the three main girl characters and the way they use their very similar abilities. [[{{Muggles}} Juliette]] [[BadassAdorable Silverton]] is the more vulnerable Child and knows only how to heal animals, and is thus unambiguously positive and not implicated in the main storyline. [[GeniusBruiser Rosalee]] [[SugarAndIcePersonality Calvert]] is the [[TheSmartGuy most cerebral of them all]], is both able to create potions to heal and to poison people, being in the same time good and involved in the main storyline, and Monroe's LoveInterest as the Wife of the trio. [[FemmeFatale Adalind]] is the Seductress, who has been seen using her powers only to poison, and is [[TheVillainMakesThePlot involved in the storyline]] as [[TheBaroness a seductive but harmful antagonist]].

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* TheThreeFacesOfEve: {{Genderflipped}} with the DeadpanSnarker[=/=]{{Adorkable}} Monroe, the seductive HandsomeDevil[=/=]TheCharmer Renard and the [[NervesOfSteel wise]] [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl and faithful]] boyfriend Nick. ** Played straight with the three main girl characters and the way they use their very similar abilities. [[{{Muggles}} Juliette]] [[BadassAdorable Silverton]] is the more vulnerable Child and knows only how to heal animals, and is thus unambiguously positive and not implicated in the main storyline. [[GeniusBruiser Rosalee]] [[SugarAndIcePersonality Calvert]] is the [[TheSmartGuy most cerebral of them all]], is both able to create potions to heal and to poison people, being in the same time good and involved in the main storyline, and Monroe's LoveInterest as the Wife of the trio. [[FemmeFatale Adalind]] is the Seductress, who has been seen using her powers only to poison, and is [[TheVillainMakesThePlot involved in the storyline]] as [[TheBaroness a seductive but harmful antagonist]].antagonist]]. * TitleDrop: in the episode "Island of Dreams" the title turns out to be a term used for a Wesen OpiumDen, which is featured in the episode. ** The show title is said pretty much every episode, which is a given really. ** If an episode title is named after a wesen featured in the episode, this will inevitably happen. ** Eric Renard quotes both the show title and episode title in the Season 2 finale (Goodnight, Sweet Grimm), as he [[spoiler:closes a zombified Nick into a coffin.]] * TitleOnlyOpening: All the first season. In the second season they added an opening.
12th Dec '15 2:39:29 AM SenorSesshomaru
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** In the final scene of "Wesen Nacht" [[spoiler:Juliette is revealed to be alive after she lays the telekinesis on the leader of the Wesen street gang.]]
5th Dec '15 2:27:32 AM SenorSesshomaru
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** Nick and [[spoiler:Meisner]] completely curbstomp the [[spoiler:Wesen doctors who were dragging a hospitalized Trubel off to ICU to kill her]] in "The Rat King." Not bad, considering this was their first face-to-face meeting.
5th Dec '15 2:19:26 AM SenorSesshomaru
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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Part of the premise of season 5's "The Rat King."
25th Nov '15 7:38:55 AM NOYB
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** Adalind goes back for seconds when she poses as [[spoiler: Juliette]] to sleep with [[spoiler: Nick]] in the season 3 finale. While the reactions would probably be more extreme if the genders were reversed, everyone seems to agree that what Adalind did was unforgivably wrong (though moreso because [[BroughtDownToNormal what it does to the male victim]]), but both [[spoiler: Nick and Juliette]] are disturbed by it. It does have him apologize to his girlfriend, but this is TruthInTelevision behaviour for rape victims of both genders.
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** Adalind goes back for seconds when she poses as [[spoiler: Juliette]] to sleep with [[spoiler: Nick]] in the season 3 finale. While the reactions would probably be more extreme if the genders were reversed, everyone seems to agree that what Adalind did was unforgivably wrong (though moreso because of [[BroughtDownToNormal what it does to the male victim]]), but both [[spoiler: Nick and Juliette]] are disturbed by it. It does have him apologize to his girlfriend, but this is TruthInTelevision behaviour for rape victims of both genders.genders. *** And now, [[spoiler:Nick appears to actually be getting together with his rapist. Way to go, show]].
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