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:
- 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.
- 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.)
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.