Message from discussion What Did You Watch? 2012-10-05 (Friday)
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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2012-10-05 (Friday)
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Date: Sat, 06 Oct 2012 15:41:36 -0400
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On Sat, 6 Oct 2012 11:41:34 -0400, "Obveeus" <Obve...@aol.com> wrote:
>On a day when baseball tossed aside a 162 game season in favor of a 1 game
>playoff, I watched:
>GRIMM: Monroe's sister returns to the show, but oddly, everyone dances
>around referring to her as the sister. A group of people is hired to kill
>Monroe as a message to Nick. No idea how he is supposed to get this
Easy peasy.. Monroe dying would only be the first of Nick's friends to
die. I'm sure they would have taken out the herbal chemist girl too.
>The fight scenes employed 'fast forward' video and I never did
>figure out who supposedly fired the first shot that killed the first 'bad
>guy'. Meanwhile, one of the bad guys never did morph into a Wessen, so was
>this a regular human working as the snake's sidekick? Nick/Hank are lousy
>policemen as the entire setup for the episode was them plotting to catch the
>bigwig behind it all, but when the bigwig surfaces, they chase everyone but
>her, so she escapes.
Yes, that part was particularly bad. Especially since a few shots into
the tires when they were still not in the thick of the fight would
have insured she didn't get far. I'm sure that's a choice made by the
writers but it reflects badly on the planning abililty of Nick/Hank.
>The Prince catches up with her, though, and if she is
>sending messages about how none of the Wessen should be working with this
>Grimm, shouldn't the Prince be killing her? In her earlier dialog with him,
>she almost dared him to kill her. Tune in next time to see if it happens.
>Meanwhile, that bus ride out of town had an eerily permanent feel to it.
Something sure has to happen out of that meeting. Otherwise I don't
see why she wouldn't just keep sending over more killers. Oh, and I
wasn't clear if this was just the first time she hired someone or was
she also involved in the assassins coming over to kill Nick. If she
wasn't involved in the assassins why did she want to get involved in
killing Nick's friends? At least his Vessen friends.
>What did you watch?