For a show that has been on the air as long as Grimm, you think people would show a little more love towards it? Sometimes you might read an article about something bizarre that happens on the show (It is Portland), but never in conversation of great television. By no means I am comparing this to Game of Thrones,or Jessica Jones even, but in mid-season finale I was actually shocked at the ending!(Spoilers,Spoilers,Spoilers) Grimm uses a slow-burn when churning out arcs throughout the season. Anyone who watched last season's finale, then saw the premiere knew that Juliette demise was more than likely untrue. Yet the season carried on, and I was enjoying watching Nick and Adalind playing house (I could not possibly be the only one thinking will they or won't they?) and also being kind of peeved about those keys! This arc has been going on way too long and I only wonder if that is the endgame, if so it better live up to the hype.
I did not think seeing a giant rat would be as awesome as it was, but it is Grimm. I digress, if you saw the last episode then, you are well aware of Juliette is back on the show! I personally love her arc of turning into a Hexenbeist, and I always enjoy when a good character turns bad. Last year's season finale, when she lured Nick's mom to her death, something changed insider her(I think). Then Trubel came in and supposedly did what Grimms are supposed to do. I truly wonder if Grimms have more than just the ability to see them change? If you watch the show when they transition, most regular people would not stand a chance against one. The questions I am asking " Will Nick and Juliette get back together (Because she is back and just saved Nick's life) ?" I am not a shipper by any means, but I would love to see how this would play out with Ms.Shade. Nick loves Juliette without a doubt, yet their is a pesky newborn baby in the way! Also is Adalind possibly falling in love with Meisner? Last season all Juliette wanted was time to learn her new found powers, and then became super peeve when that Adalind came'a knocking. I am curious what people have to say about the possibility of Nick and Juliette re-kindling their romance. Could it be a possibility, even after Nick's mom death? Also some theories out on the web are saying that was not Juliette, she was something made out of her dead body. The only way this could possibly be true is Renard's mom did what she did to her son's body (That would also mean Renard's mom could be leading the resistance!). Then if that is the case, then Juliette could, well any spirit who must be in love with Nick also, because why else save his life. Or could it be the same trick Adalind used to sleep with Nick? Wow, I just hope that really is Juliette! Thank you for reading and please feel free to disagree?
Here is a picture from Twitter, for all the fans!