September 25, 2013

James Spader to play villain in 'Avengers' sequel

James Spader to play villain in 'Avengers' sequel

Ah, just more to add to my "Jimmy" joy! Alright, he's going to be the villain. . . the bad guy. I don't really care. He does them so well!

I watched "The Black List" premiere and, it's a no-brainer, I believe we are going to have a lot of fun. Red is not pure villain, although he calls himself a criminal. I don't think I'm the only one who has clapped onto the idea Ms. Keene is his daughter. It's going to be a lovely ride this season.

written by Agatha Silverdragon

August 23, 2013

Coming up from the "B" List: Benedict Cumberbatch

Since some of those on my "B" list have active projects I thought I would do a little promotion. So today it's Benedict's turn. "Sherlock" has a third season coming up. In the US it will be on Masterpiece Mystery. I'm not entirely sure when it will be airing but I'll post that when the information resurfaces in my brain.

But I thought I would share a very nice interview he did on ABC , apparently during the second season. Lovely guy---wacky sense of humor! If YouTube
shows the David Letterman interview (when this video is complete) as available, I would click on it as well. I couldn't make up my mind between the two of them!


August 15, 2013

The "B" List---it varies

Let me see--- I've published an "A" list. Do I have a "B" list? As a matter of fact, I do. It varies a great deal. I am fairly sure of that. I know there is probably a "C" list as well but that is primarily of actors I simply recognize from one film to another over the course of time. The "B" list is different because I begin actively looking for them and/or watching them when they are currently in something. I don't doubt a few of them are on many "A" lists.  The list is getting long (I'll keep it down) . . . so in no particular order whatsoever (I am serious about that.):

Benedict Cumberhatch: Currently in "Sherlock"

Jonathan Rhys Meyers: Coming this fall as the lead in "Dracula" on NBC

Hiroyuki Sanada: Currently in "The Wolverine" and later this year in "47 Ronin"

              Clark Gregg: I'm going to call "The Avengers" current, although it has left theaters. "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is coming to ABC this fall.
 Jonathan Pryce- best known as Governor Swann in "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. But you should see him singing and hoofing (dancing) in "De-Lovely". His French General Delatombe in "The Brothers Grimm" was comic perfection.
Rupert Graves: Currently in "Sherlock" and probably more British television that is never shown in the US but "V for Vendetta" and "The Last King" are when I started looking for him.

Only part of my "B" list but the trend from my "A" list seems to continue.  Only one is American. I think even if I listed them all the trend would hold true. I wish I could explain it.

July 11, 2013

Grimm Spoiler Alert!

Yes, a Grimm Spoiler alert! And in July, no less. I don't know why they cranked these out so early. Grimm isn't coming back until Halloween---over three months away. But I'm glad to hear something. Now don't read if you want to know. . . . (hey, some folks don't though I'll confess it has never spoiled things for me)

written by Agatha Silverdragon

May 30, 2013

Vermont, Peter, and 12 Other Beautiful Things. . .or Agatha Does Burlington

You've been expecting this haven't you? Come on now, confess! I've been to Niagara Falls (U.S. and Canada), NYC, and PA but I've never been to New England. It's been on my "bucket list" for quite some time. Add an opportunity to meet with friends and the number one guy on my "A" list----heck yes!

Peter was running in the KeyBank Marathon in Burlington, Vermont. So the president of PWFC decided to ask if some of us would like to go and cheer Peter on. This was a no-brainer to many Wingers. Did we want to go??  Bwa-ha-ha-ha! So twelve of us (probably more--I really didn't take an official count) converged upon the picturesque college town of Burlington, Vermont on Memorial Day weekend.

We amused ourselves with a trip to Ben and Jerry's on Saturday afternoon then a movie night loaded with popcorn, cupcakes, and chocolate and featuring our mutually favorite guy. Spates of giggling ensued as we watched episodes from Holby City and Noah's Ark---both BBC productions not easily obtained here in the US.

Sunday morning we headed for the Hilton to meet up with Peter  before he started his run. There was coffee, bagels, muffins, and conversation. Then it was time for Peter to get ready.

We saw him off with a cheer then went back inside out of the drizzling rain to wait.  Peter tweeted as he ran while we waited for him to near the finish line. When he tweeted he was close we headed down close to the finish line. We didn't have to wait that long. The man moves! But we still  managed to catch a bit of video, a couple of pictures, and, of course, give him a big thumbs up  when he appeared.
On to the finish line!
Photograph courtesy of Kim Young

Peter after the run
Photograph courtesy of Kim Young

It was a fantastic trip, fast as it was. I  wish I could have stayed another day and taken the ferry with some of the other Wingers. Peter is as warm and generous as I thought he would be. We all had dinner together later that evening at the Daily Planet in downtown Burlington. I didn't take my camera with me so I don't have photographs to share. I just wanted to enjoy the company, hear some stories, and maybe tell one of my own. It was a wonderful evening.
Peter Wingfield, Sunday Night at the Daily Planet
Photograph courtesy of Kim Young

Yes, I like this man. And the 12 Other Beautiful Things? Oh, the beautiful ladies of the Wingers Cheerleading Squad. You know who you  are. . . Hugs to all of you! We shall meet up again in Manchester in 2014. . . and I know we're going to have fun!!

written by Agatha Silverdragon

All photographs, except where noted, by Agatha Silverdragon. Please do not use without permission---just ask, it's simple. Thank you.

May 23, 2013

Off to Vermont!

I'm off to Vermont this weekend! This is good, this is exciting, and this is a wee bit scary. Yes, it's a fan girl-based excursion. I couldn't resist. I will be meeting up with some interesting and friendly people I can't wait to see. We will laugh a lot, talk a bunch, eat chocolate, and interact with our mutually favorite guy. He's running in a marathon for charity, although not all 26 miles.

Yes,  I'm planning on a lot of fun. I will bring back pictures for Agatha's Place. I've promised pictures and updates elsewhere as well. This is going to be so much fun!

Written by Agatha Silverdragon

Grimm Spring Finale: Time for Team Grimm

Tuesday night was the "Grimm" spring finale. No more new episodes until the fall season starts. And, oh, what a kicker! We (Grimmsters) had been warned several times someone important was going to be dead by the end. I think we were imagining perhaps Rosalie or Monroe. Those were the most likely candidates to me. Well, maybe Bud---not that I want them messing with my favorite Eisbiber. I kind of expected "the deceased" to be a member of Team Grimm--------but I  did not expect the Grimm!

©NBC ---courtesy of Grimm Wiki

 Yes, Eric is up to no good. Exactly what kind of "no good" I don't have any speculations about right now---beyond something to do with the key.
What is going to be interesting is watching how "Team Grimm" deals with the situation. When last seen the Captain was following Eric. Monroe, Rosalie, and Juliette were fleeing the hordes. Now one can only wait and see.
The new fall season seems so far away---- I can't wait to see how "Team Grimm" handles it. I know they will.

Written by Agatha Silverdragon

May 13, 2013

Jimmy's Back! The Blacklist is coming to NBC.

Has NBC been reading my mind? I've been tired of reality/talent shows for a long time. New drama coming up! The Blacklist . . . and to add to my considerable pleasure: JIMMY'S BACK!

All right, James (Jimmy) Spader is on my A-list, a very talented actor I love for the quirky roles he goes for. It doesn't seem to matter whether it's the big screen or the small screen --- he tickles me  in either one.

Check out the trailer for the Blacklist.

I'm not quite sure I like the new haircut but it certainly ups the evil quotient. Anyone want to watch along with me?
Written by Agatha Silverdragon

May 8, 2013

Alphas in Long Coats

The Captain was back in fine form in the last episode of Grimm. The last fifteen minutes rocked for team Renard members.

 "Really?" The best one word putdown ever. Inadvertently funny and so Alpha! Add that to the 'get out of my town and never come back' speech and Renard fans applauded! I guess we just prefer our Captain Alpha.

I had started to wonder. He's looked so disheveled in the last couple of episodes. The tie went missing. His shirt looked crumpled. And then I noticed something else. That ill-fitting, rumpled short black coat! It showed up in every scene where he was troubled and losing ground. This episode. . .guess what?!

The long camel coat was back! And the Captain had his groove back! I say stuff the black coat into a barrel and get a daemonfeuer to destroy the thing.
Change is good. I like seeing the Grimm and Renard working together but the Cap needs to remain Alpha.
Now Nick has been discovering his "Grimm-ness" and upping his alpha to the great delight of many. The Captain is back. Don't you think it is time we see a little vying for who is the primary Alpha? That would be so much fun!!
written by Agatha Silverdragon

April 19, 2013

Grimm Database??

@NBCGrimm and another tweeter were engaging in a bit of a conversation the other day about the possibility of Nick creating a 'panic room' to hide all his Grimm equipment.  The thought brought up something I've been thinking about since Grimm began and Aunt Marie's trailer was revealed.

With all the history, physical and psychological profiles, and other documentation in Aunt Marie's trailer I have a few questions:

  1. How much information is actually shared with other Grimm?
  2. It's a family history but exactly how far back does it go? How many years? How many generations?

I asked one fellow Grimmster on Twitter question #2. @Monroe is a pretty reliable source on the whole but even he couldn't answer the question completely or definitely. He could only answer: I can only guess that some might be as old as the original brothers Grimm.

So only the 19th century then? The time after the Crusades has definitely been mentioned which would or could put any written records as early as the 11th century, if Grimms were keeping records at that time. But one can't say for sure if Aunt Marie's trailer contains written documentation going back that far.

So let's just say her records go back to the 15th century. That's one heck of a lot of documentation. I'm surprised the trailer has enough room. And I literally  cringe when I think of what could be lost with one Dämonfeuer, one fire demon (name not yet known since that episode has been delayed), or a good match. One good swoosh of flame and almost six hundred years of research can go up in smoke.

Time to enter the 21st century, my dear Grimm.

A panic room may not be my choice when it comes to protecting Grimm equipment but I would be all for something secure. What Nick needs to do is get all of that documentation into electronic form and backed up! A searchable database complete with graphics and translated documentation.  I will bet you dollars to donuts Aunt Marie, the librarian, thought about it.

Question #1? It doesn't appear they do but they certainly would have a big problem with the current record-keeping methods.

Am I the only one thinking about this?

written by Agatha Silverdragon

April 14, 2013

Yes, I'm posting another video. I can't help myself! It's just too good. Todd, Sean, and Bree have tweeted it as well. Trust me, if you're a Grimmster, you're going to laugh then you're going to have an earworm for the rest of the day!

Edited 4-16-2013  I can't believe I cut it short like that the first time!

written by Agatha Silverdragon

April 3, 2013

Grimm and Bud

Perusing through my daily email offerings from YouTube I found a string of little interviews from Grimm. They do that a lot, as well as tweet a lot. I enjoy them; I watch them carefully for hints to upcoming events. This lot was very nice. There was David, of course, Russell, Bree, Silas, then surprise! Bud!! My favorite little breakout wesen!

I will keep watching Grimm regardless; I can't help it. I still have questions. I want to see what happens next. But I really, really like this!
written by Agatha Silverdragon

March 9, 2013

Grimm is back!


Grimm is back! Yes, after four months of seeing that apology over and over again in blogs, nightmares, and assorted other places Grimm came back to redeem the promise.

I'm not one for doing total recaps of anything and I'm not going to start now. Kevin McFarland did a very nice job of that over at the AV Club. I'll just start with the comment I left there.

Yes, the biggest 'kerduffle' was between Renard and Juliette--- and a bit of a surprise. I suppose it shouldn't have been but the the fact it was the biggest was surprising. I was not surprised in the slightest at the very delicate beginnings of an alliance between the Captain and the Grimm. Like many others I saw it coming and have been tweeting about it whenever possible.

Character development is at the heart of any story and I love what is happening with Captain Renard. Redemption? Damnation? The journey is going to be epic---- at least it better be or I will have a few bones to pick with the Grimm writers et. al. Personally I'm pulling for the redemption path---- I happen to like bad guys going good or perhaps keeping just a little of that bad edge. It's probably part of my female internal scripting.

Adalind? Already doing genetic charting about the child of a half-hexenbiest and a full hexenbiest? I wouldn't be too hasty about that. After all she has confessed to seeing "all" of Eric while in Austria. ("Not much of an achievement really.") To me the question is more whose child is it? Sean's or Eric's?

And,no, Captain, I  wouldn't trust her any further than I could throw a Bauerschwein. If she throws it up to you demand a DNA test. It would probably tickle Eric to death to pass off one of his byblows for yours. No offense to the child---not their fault.

Now for some Grimm questions:
  • What is it with hexenbiests and Royals?  Really!
  • How long is the gestation period for a hexenbiest?
  • Is morphing or woge-ing (?) necessary for fertilization? 

More questions later.................

written by Agatha Silverdragon

February 25, 2013

Good Vibrations--Positive Thoughts

I know this posting will not make any sense to most folks. That's all right; it doesn't have to. It's for someone else who needs some warm positive vibes sent their way today. This is my way of doing that. Kind of a surprise. . .a pleasant one I hope. I'll let them know what I've done later. But I think I will  go tweet this now.
Now b-r-e-a-t-h-e . . . repeat.
Written by Agatha Silverdragon


February 22, 2013

Countdown: 14 more days of Grimm Hiatus

I just got off Twitter where @NBCGrimm has posted a picture of Nick behind bars with the caption of "14 Days". Ah, more provoking and teasing. I may be wrong but if I were to guess I guess I would say:

Yes, I'm speculating. It's a hobby. But it does sound like a very nice way to cool the Grimm down and get him to listen. Ok, I wouldn't want to tell him everything but it's a good place to start.

Now a real countdown begins! Is it thirteen days and twenty hours? Darn, I wish I had an accurate widget!

Written by Agatha Silverdragon

February 5, 2013

Grimm Hiatus and Writer's Block

Is it twenty-three or twenty-four days till Grimm is FINALLY back? Someone really should design a gadget (or whatever they call it these days) for that. I would so put it on my desktop.

Grimm withdrawal equals writer's block as far as I'm concerned. It's so bad I found myself starting to write a quasi-scientific study of the Grimm genome and the probability it is a X-dominant gene. I even drew a chart. How dull can you get?

I am so ready for the Captain and Nick to have their showdown/confrontation, wallop each other and work off some of that testosterone and get down to the alliance I know is coming. It's not going to be a peaceful one; I know that already. But they have to face a few facts:
  1. The Royals are moving. Why Portland? I have no idea but they're coming. Eric specifically. Could it be just the key? No idea. But I'll bet it's more than that.
  2. Juliette needs her memory back--- and that is going to take both of them. Which one she will end up with I don't really care at this moment. (That may be my Grimm-withdrawal talking.)
I'll even go so far as to say I think HRH and the Grimm will become friends. There will be a constant vying for who is the alpha male but it will certainly be fun watching. Now wouldn't that be interesting? What would be interesting you ask?

Juliette gets her memory back and tells both guys to go hang a pork chop around their necks to see if they can get someone to play with them. She's just sick and tired of their games and manipulations but, having been brought into the wesen world by the revelations, she teams up with Rosalie at the Spice Shop and starts treating wesen as well as her fully animal clientele.

Monroe? He just shakes his head with a moan of "Oh, dude. . ." What's a blutbad to do? Spike it up with Rosalie, man. That reminds me. . . isn't there some Japanese folklore about women disguising themelves as foxes? I must look that up.

All the interpersonal dynamics are going to be interesting, that's for sure.  

January 18, 2013

Peter: Back to Official Fandom


Back in the 90's, there were a couple of television shows I followed. Both, naturally enough, set in alternate realities: Babylon 5 and Highlander, with the former followed far more closely than the latter and I soon became very highly involved with B5 fandom. Highlander became something enjoyed on the side, pleasant when seen and enjoyed but in the third season came a character that caught my eye: bright-eyed, nimble and graceful in his movements (whether engaged in swordplay or not), pleasantly boyish, and with a voice which engaged my picky ear. The character's name was Methos and the actor was Peter Wingfield.


Oh, yeah, there was immediate placement on my B list subtitled "I like watching this one wherever they pop up". I was too involved in B5 to do much else. But I liked what I saw and was keeping a passive eye out for more. And there was more, sporadic as it was, and always accompanied by the exclamation: "Hey, it's Peter!"

I left B5 fandom, after several conventions and two hops across 'the pond' to Blackpool, and told myself it was the last time I was going to do that. I discovered I didn't like being a 'fan', an official one anyway. A membership card, a photograph, and an occasional newsletter but nothing to do or participate in. Not as actively I liked anyway, though I tried or thought I did. It was a totally bittersweet experience. I proceeded on unofficially: writing, designing, and uploading a fan page for another which was well received, and joining a couple of mailing lists.

Peter remained on the "B" list. Yes, I knew about the Peter Wingfield Fan Club and was tempted but no, not again I told myself. Been there; done that; yeah, even bought tee shirts.

In 2011 came the staggering news: Peter was going back into medical school to pursue a M.D., something he had walked away from at almost the last moment to follow his love of acting. I couldn't believe it. Medicine? I've worked (for more years than I like to admit to publicly) at two major medical centers associated with two equally major medical schools. I had a darn good idea of the incredible task he (and his family) was embarking on. What in the heck is he thinking?

So I started delving a little deeper: reading blogs and articles, and even going to YouTube for PWFC and Highlander convention clips, as well as others. What I found was a warm, charming, incredibly generous human being who wanted to give something back to others: his fans and the world at large. The best article for the latter? I liked this one: Seven Days: TV MD, an article in a newspaper in Vermont where Peter is now attending medical school.

I took a deep breath, exhaled, and joined official fandom again. I started with a character I found charming, kept following an actor whose performances I enjoyed, and ended up joining a fan club because I liked the man.
Yes, Peter, I have a blog entry (and a tweet) already written for May 2015.
Just as an aside and a warning, if you catch Peter's video blog do be wary of consuming liquids while watching. While watching one not too long ago I experienced an involuntary very warm caffinated nasal lavage. Now I carefully swallow my coffee and put the cup down before clicking the 'play' button. 
And, yes, you’ll see me on Twitter every day, along with others, tweeting about The BiLLe Celeb Charity Challenge .) You see, we’re voting every day to get Peter into the number one slot. 10,000 € for UNICEF—very good . . . seeing our favorite guy in the #1 spot---priceless. They like to advertise ‘meet your favorite celeb!’as a prize. I really don’t care. I’m planning on doing just that at the next PWFC get-together.

Yes, Ree, I won’t forget the chocolate. But are you sure we'll need it?
 Author: Agatha Silverdragon

January 17, 2013

Agatha's A List

OK, I’m female (we’ve established that), breathing, and my hormone levels are well within normal parameters. It certainly doesn’t surprise me that my A list is exclusively male. I have actresses I like and admire but I can’t say I go to a film, turn on a show, search Netflix, or pick up a DVD to see them. I don’t. I applaud and am glad to see them but the guys . . . oh, yes! Sorry . . . my bad. Now to put them into some kind of order:
 Peter Wingfield:
Peter has to come first. After all, I am an official fan since I joined the Peter Wingfield Fan Club. Peter deserves and will get a separate posting in the very near future. It’s currently a work in progress. So, fellow Wingers, be patient and trust me. Our favorite guy will not be shorted. ‘Nuff said. ,
            A favorite Peter quote: “. . . how bizarre is that. The opposite side of the world people have my face on a tee shirt.”

Peter, I don't find that bizarre at all. I see it and it makes me smile.

George Clooney:
George I’ve been following since the final year of ER He is unique on my list for one reason: he’s the only one I ever wrote and designed a web page for. Yes, an amateur, multi-paged astrological chart I had a fun time doing and, to my amazement, it was actually well-recieved. It’s no longer on the Internet but I still have the written portions. I re-read them recently and had to smile. It still fits! I rarely write fan letters but I couldn’t help writing George and his father, Nick Clooney, to tell them about it. And, like Peter above, I like George for more than his on-screen persona. I have one bone to pick with George. He has not reproduced! It’s a bloody waste of darn good DNA. A favorite quote from George? Egads! Too much of a challenge for this woman.

Sam Neill:
Sam comes up third on the list because I did subscribe to a mailing list to keep up with my favorite Kiwi. Major fun! As a fan I do appreciate it when the person participates along with their fans. I like mutual engagement! Sam has never disappointed me. Even in that oft criticized mini-series “Amerika”, Sam’s performance enthralled me. “Sense? Does any of this make sense?” I can still hear that line. But one of my favorite quotes;
If all I did was acting, I'd go out of my mind.


Heath Ledger:
Heath-- I do not know where to begin. I never joined a fan club; a mailing list, or did any of the usual fan things. To me, quite simply, he was one of the most talented young actors to ever come on the screen. Evilly psychotic, brooding, or with a broad, boyish grin, he caught your eye and took you to the world he was in at the moment. When the news broke of his death, I wept. I should move on and place him on another list but I simply cannot.

James Spader:
James (or should I say Jimmy?) has a penchant for quirky roles. He certainly caught me with one. Anyone remember “Sex, Lies, and Videotape”? Yea, he caught me there. It’s been fun ever since: Daniel Jackson, Alan Shore, and Mr. Grey. I like the quirkiness; I really do. My favorite Jimmy quote:
"I had real trouble, actually, for a long time, getting people to hire me. My anxiety used to manifest itself in strange ways. I'd go in to read for some innocent, vulnerable character, and the feedback would be, 'Well, we met Jimmy...and he scared us.'
That’s OK with me. I’m not scared. Not really. I want to swap recipes.

Colin Firth:.
Colin is another actor “of foreign extraction”(to quote one of Emma Thompson’s acceptance speeches) on my A list. He’s been on it since I first saw “Pride and Prejudice”, the mini-series. He certainly gets me to the movies. When he won the Oscar for “The King’s Speech” I think I stood up and cheered. My favorite Colin quote:
Actors are basically drag queens. People will tell you they act because they want to heal mankind or, you know, explore the nature of the human psyche. Yes, maybe. But basically we just want to put on a frock and dance.

Sir Sean Connery
            Sir Sean is one who makes it to many lists, age (his or any fan’s) completely irrelevant. I’ve never been a true aficionado of Bond films but I do recall a film called “Darby O’Gill and the Little People”. But, no, only when he started turning silver-headed did I truly notice. It’s a failing of mine. With the exception of Heath, I simply don’t notice an actor much until he hits 40. It just seems to be when they hit their stride. Give or take a few years.

My favorite quote comes not from Sir Sean but from his wife: Who can resist those eyebrows?

Yeah, I'm an eyebrow girl (among other things) . . .sue me. So that's a Scot, a Brit, an Aussie, a Kiwi, two Americans,  and a Welshman. I think I see a trend here.

Author: Agatha Silverdragon

January 16, 2013

Grimm Hiatus---UGH!

Grimm is currently on hiatus, not to return until Friday, the 8th of March. A situation invoking a lot of frustration in Grimmsters, this one especially. I'm trying to develop a 'to do' list to keep myself sane in the interim.

One Grimmster's 'To Do' List:

  1. Start 'fangirl/woman' blog---done
  2. Watch Season 1 on DVD and growl at deleted scenes--done
  3. Watch Season 2 on Hulu or at NBC. Practice snipping.--in progress
  4. Write a few posts for the above blog.--in progress
  5. Write some very bad limericks about his HRH.---in progress
  6. Download more Grimm videos from YouTube.---done
  7. Convert videos for placement on mp3 player.---done
  8. Play videos for the uninitated as part of Master Conversation Plan---in progress
  9. Laugh out loud at those females looking at pictures of HRH and fluttering their hands in effort to cool off. Also part of the MCP. (Members of Team Renard will know which specific one I speak  of)---continuous
  10. Add to any tweet to @NBCGrimm: #March8:P---continuous
Ah, the list is far from complete. I'm sure there will be more. Sorry, I'm not much in the graphs department or I would add some. I can only link. One of my favorite videos from @lovelygrimm (Alexa). Yes, it's one of about twelve (I think) on my mp3 player. Yes, for the MCP and my portable Grimm fix.

Thank  Grimm for Alexa!
Next posting: The 'A' List
Author: Agatha Silverdragon

January 15, 2013

Welcome to Agatha's Place

Hello, everyone! Hello! Welcome! Please come in. Take a seat and make yourselves at home. I’m so glad you came. Welcome to Agatha’s. Let me introduce myself. I’m the proprietor of this establishment , Agatha. Agatha Silverdragon. You can call me Aggie, if you like.

AKA @AgathaSilver
Yeah, that's me. The completely astonished, wide-eyed, red-headed fangirl. Well, fan-woman actually but that's another posting. What? You wanted an actual picture? Perish the thought!
I've started this blog originally because I went on Twitter to follow NBC's Grimm. I found myself having a ball with it but restricted to 140 characters? Me? The original motormouth? No, I knew I had to have a blog. No way around it.

Originally I wanted to and thought of making this simply a Grimmster blog. Mission Impossible! I couldn’t. Too many others, alas! Sorry, @NBCGrimm. But yes, I’m Grimmster. I’ve enjoyed and watched the show since its premiere. And I might as well confess right up front the character that intrigued me from the moment he appeared on the screen was:


Yes, Captain Sean Renard. So, yes, I’m on Team Renard. It doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate the rest of the cast. To me the strength of the show is in the ensemble feel to it. The interweaving storylines, even when anchored with the Wesen of the week, is what makes Grimm the show that it is. I’m sure you’ll find posts aplenty about His Royal Highness (HRH) in posts to come. Some of them may even come directly from me.

  • So this is a fan girl blog in modern parlance. Some posts may be long; some may be short. Some will be Grimm-focused; some will not. I really have no idea. I have a few written already. A very special one I plan on posting in May of 2015.  I plan on being around for awhile. I wouldn’t miss that one for the world!

Author: Agatha Silverdragon