Message from discussion What Did You Watch? 2012-10-05 (Friday)
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From: Hunter <buffhun...@my-deja.com> (Hunter)
Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2012-10-05 (Friday)
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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
It was aimed at the Wessen community. When Nick's Wessen friends and
contacts start dying around him, the Wessen grapevine will spread the
word. After about three or so die the message will spread. With Nick
he'll get the message when the people that he cares about start to
die. It is the same justification as to why Superheroes usually have
> The fight scenes employed 'fast forward' video and I never did
>figure out who supposedly fired the first shot that killed the first 'bad
You mean when Monroe's sister was killed? If so it was the completely
human guy did.
> Meanwhile, one of the bad guys never did morph into a Wessen, so was
>this a regular human working as the snake's sidekick?
It would seem so. If Monroe could work with Nick.
> 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.
They weren't operating as policemen, but as Grimm and assistant.
Remember the plan was to pretend that Monroe was dead; the person who
ordered him dead is satisfied and they will go away happy. It was
never to apprehend them. It is when Monroe was about to die
permanently was his sister forced to revive him and he awoke. Then the
fire fight broke out. Nick went after one of the guy that gave
Monroe's sister the contract The female was already back in her car
and driving in reverse so hank couldn't do anything. Hank had to back
up Nick anyway.
>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.
Does he know why she was in town? I don't think so. I believe it was
in reference to something in their past.
> Tune in next time to see if it happens.
>Meanwhile, that bus ride out of town had an eerily permanent feel to it.
I don't think so. I think we will see her again.
"No man in the wrong can stand up against
a fellow that's in the right and keeps on acomin'."
-----William J. McDonald
Captain, Texas Rangers from 1891 to 1907