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Trivia: Grimm
  • Actor-Shared Background:
    • Like Reggie Lee, Wu is Filipino-Chinese and immigrated to the US.
    • Bitsy Tulloch speaks fluent Spanish just like Juliet. She lived abroad as a child and she has maternal relatives from Spain.
  • The Bechdel Test: Passes, eventually. In "Eyes of the Beholder" Juliette talks to both Rosalee and Alicia about dealing with and accepting being wesen.
  • Dueling Shows:
    • When it was announced in the summer of 2011 that both NBC and ABC were developing television shows based on the classic fairy tales, an immediate rivalry between Grimm and Once Upon a Time was assumed to occur by the media. After both shows premiered it became quickly obvious that tonally they were radically different shows.
    • The CW's Supernatural is a better match against Grimm. They are tonally and serially similar, sharing the same audience and even the same time slot in Grimm's first season before Supernatural changed nights the year after.
  • Fake Nationality: Nick is German American, but David Giuntoli looks as Italian American as the day is long. Likewise his TV mom played by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and apprentice Grimm Theresa "Trubel" Rubel played by Jacqueline Toboni.
  • Fan Nickname: Captain Renard aka "Captain No Pants." To be fair, Sasha himself started it in response to David's (Nick) shirtless scenes during a friendly challenge on who could get the most twitter followers.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!:
    • Well, well, well, if it isn't Charles "Haywire" Patoshik! Good to see you're a contributing member of society again. Even if you are a Blutbad.
    • David Giuntoli was formerly on Road Rules and an episode of Grey's Anatomy.
    • Agent Bill Kim? What are you doing as a regular cop? How was your time on the Flying Dutchman? And now you're going to try to take on Batman?!
      • His transfer to Gotham didn't work so well.
    • Jacob Cassidy has gone from dealing with snotty nosed teens to monsters, and is dating Alex.
    • Good to see Eddie Sutton's still fighting the good fight.
    • Ah, Sam Adama. From mob enforcer to (apparently) king of the Reapers. Maybe we'll get a shirtless scene!
      • As of "Three Coins In A Fuchsbau" we have ourselves a shirtless scene!
    • Amanda Walsh, ex-VJ for Much Music showed up as a victim of the week's beaten girlfriend.
    • Lindsey Santino is Gracie in "Organ Grinder".
    • Let's not forget Hansen in the same episode was Rex Salazar.
    • Danielle Panabaker plays a dragon. She was in Sky High, among other things. She also went from Hollywood Nerd in Sky High to growing up and filling out into a skimpy dressed fire dancer. So there's that.
    • Is that Patrick Bonano in "Last Grimm Standing"? Isn't he a detective captain?
    • Fred from Angel Investigations is a spinnetod in "Tarantella".
      • And Wesley is the new Prince! (And Renard's cousin.)
    • Andrew once again deals with an bad father in "Of Mouse And Man".
    • Det. Sullivan enjoys gladiator sports now in "Last Grimm Standing."
    • Basil Harris plays Anton, Renard's cousin, who was also "Cherub, The Vampire With Bunny Slippers"
    • Dexter's pal Angel Batista shows up in "Leave It To Beavers", and is damn scary!
    • So Supernatural's Balthazar isn't only an angel, he's a Wesen bounty hunter too?
      • Also from Supernatural, Bobby's Reaper is the Reaper whose ear Renard chops off.
      • Lucifer shows up as a Coyotl!
    • Franklin is Renard's half-brother!
    • Susan Ivanova adopted a Blutbad.
    • Native Oregonians might recognise the real life mayor of Portland playing himself in one episode.
    • Cassie was in an abusive relationship with Jake in "The Thing With Feathers".
    • Boris Myshkin is Ghost Leader from Ghost Recon Alpha.
    • While Olga Myshkin is best known as Lt. Zofia from Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2.
    • Dee Wallace plays Monroe's mother. Oddly fitting, considering a certain movie she's in...
    • Aidan ran away and joined the circus as a blutbad!
  • Promoted Fangirl: Jacqueline Toboni, the actress who plays Trubel, was originally a University of Michigan student who was a huge fan of the series.
  • Throw It In: The reason why the Aswangs were included. Reggie Lee was approached by the production crew and asked him if he was familiar with any Philippine myths for "Mommy Dearest". It makes sense since Reggie is of Filipino origin.
  • Trolling Creator: The Cliffhanger for Season two is followed by the screen fading to black and reading "To Be Continued. Oh, Come on. You knew this was coming."
    • After the end of the Season 3 episode "The Wild Hunt", the screen fades to black to reveal the words: Oh $(*@&. The best part was that this was aired right before the 2014 Winter Olympics, so viewers have to wait almost an entire month for the next part.
    • The production crew threw in the scene where Sean is critically wounded in "Blonde Ambition" due to Sasha's contract negotiations. They also wanted to see the reaction of Sasha's fanbase on how many would throw a fit if the actor would leave, due to his shirtless scenes.
  • The Wiki Rule: Check it out here.

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