History Series / Grimm

26th Nov '17 10:31:41 AM nombretomado
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** Much pain and unintended hilarity for [[GermanLanguage German speakers]]. Starts with simple grammar fail like using adjectives as nouns or wrongly cobbled-together compound words, and ends with completely nonsensical/unintelligible words or horrible dictionary slips (e.g. the supposed 'bee queen' is called "bee gay [person]").

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** Much pain and unintended hilarity for [[GermanLanguage [[UsefulNotes/GermanLanguage German speakers]]. Starts with simple grammar fail like using adjectives as nouns or wrongly cobbled-together compound words, and ends with completely nonsensical/unintelligible words or horrible dictionary slips (e.g. the supposed 'bee queen' is called "bee gay [person]").
19th Nov '17 1:37:07 PM Gerusz
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** [[Literature/{{Frankenstein}} Victor]] [[Creator/MaryShelley Shelley]]. Those familiar with Mary Shelley's best known could probably guess why the police found two dead criminals' fingerprints on the scene.
30th Oct '17 3:44:48 PM Shadeblade11
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* The Zestorer in the series finale [[spoiler:ends up being killed by his own staff when the dead spirits of Kelly and Aunt Marie come back to help Nick and Trubel.]]

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* ** The Zestorer in the series finale [[spoiler:ends up being killed by his own staff when the dead spirits of Kelly and Aunt Marie come back to help Nick and Trubel.]]
16th Sep '17 5:59:38 PM Luppercus
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* FrogMen: The Folterseele is a frog-like Wesen, and probably the Wesen behind the different Bewitched Amphibians stories.
8th Sep '17 7:20:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy:
** Being both trained police officers ''and'' involved in the Grimm-Wesen conflicts in general, Nick and Renard have a few moments of making sure they don't accidentally leave evidence (e.g. fingerprints) behind at a given scene. For example, when [[spoiler:discovering Aunt Marie's Grimm trailer]] in the Season 2 opener, Renard calls a Wesen locksmith rather than try to break in, wears gloves, and is careful not to disturb anything when he's looking around.
** In the Season 1 episode "Beeware", Monroe constantly compares it to a horror movie.

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* GenreSavvy:
** Being both trained police officers ''and'' involved in the Grimm-Wesen conflicts in general, Nick and Renard have a few moments of making sure they don't accidentally leave evidence (e.g. fingerprints) behind at a given scene. For example, when [[spoiler:discovering Aunt Marie's Grimm trailer]] in the Season 2 opener, Renard calls a Wesen locksmith rather than try to break in, wears gloves, and is careful not to disturb anything when he's looking around.
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GenreSavvy: In the Season 1 episode "Beeware", Monroe constantly compares it to a horror movie.



** Not so GenreSavvy in Season 2 episode "Mr. Sandman". [[spoiler: You're chasing a Wesen whose modus operandi is blinding its victims with horrible eye parasites. Let's not wear any goggles.]]



*** Well if by 'take down' you mean be smart enough to [[GenreSavvy toss a pot of boiling water (which she didn't put on) over it instead of going for a kitchen knife]] which distracted and hurt it long enough for Nick to retrieve his gun and continually shoot it into retreating.

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*** Well if by 'take down' you mean be smart enough to [[GenreSavvy toss a pot of boiling water (which she didn't put on) over it instead of going for a kitchen knife]] knife which distracted and hurt it long enough for Nick to retrieve his gun and continually shoot it into retreating.
13th Aug '17 5:12:48 AM Ea4g
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* BullyingTheDragon: The main plot of Dance Macabre, which is fitting seeing as the episode was based on ''The Pied Piper''.


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** The same holds true for anyone who's just an asshole to a Wesen. The elitists of the Van-Hamlin Institute treat the scholarship student, who got in on talent and nothing else, like trash and attempt to toss him out at the first opportunity. As expected, when they push him too far and hurt someone he loves, they get hurt in return curacy of his gifts as a Reinigen.
8th Jul '17 3:55:42 PM nombretomado
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** RudyardKipling was a Grimm. As he wrote an entry in one of Nick's family journals, he may be related to Nick.

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** RudyardKipling Creator/RudyardKipling was a Grimm. As he wrote an entry in one of Nick's family journals, he may be related to Nick.
1st Jul '17 3:37:31 PM nombretomado
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* TheGrimReaper: Played with. In this continuity, it isn't the ''Grim'' Reaper, but Reapers of the ''Grimms'', an organization of (as-yet-unidentified) Wesen dedicated to wiping out the Grimms and who use scythes as weapons. According to TheOtherWiki the Reapers of Grimms are an organization of trolls with strong evidence from the name of the first to appear (Hulda).

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* TheGrimReaper: Played with. In this continuity, it isn't the ''Grim'' Reaper, but Reapers of the ''Grimms'', an organization of (as-yet-unidentified) Wesen dedicated to wiping out the Grimms and who use scythes as weapons. According to TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki the Reapers of Grimms are an organization of trolls with strong evidence from the name of the first to appear (Hulda).



* OurMonstersAreDifferent: Called 'Wesen' in-universe. TheOtherWiki has a more complete list.

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* OurMonstersAreDifferent: Called 'Wesen' in-universe. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki has a more complete list.
26th Jun '17 11:00:52 AM SeanMurrayI
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* FingerInTheMail: After a high-level Reaper sends two assassins after Nick, he gets a note back reading, "Next time, send your best", along with the severed heads of the assassins.
14th Jun '17 12:12:36 AM DeathMetalAlchemist
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[[http://www.ew.com/article/2016/08/29/grimm-canceled-nbc On August 29, 2016 [=NBC=] announced they were cancelling]] [[http://www.cinemablend.com/television/1550659/grimm-is-cancelled-and-theres-more-bad-news the show after its upcoming sixth season, as well as shortening said season.]]

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[[http://www.ew.com/article/2016/08/29/grimm-canceled-nbc On August 29, 2016 [=NBC=] announced they were cancelling]] [[http://www.cinemablend.com/television/1550659/grimm-is-cancelled-and-theres-more-bad-news the The show ended its run on March 31, 2017, after its upcoming a shortened sixth season, as well as shortening said season.]]
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