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As Nick and his mother continue to battle the Mauvais Dentes, Monroe and Rosalee fight against the clock to save Juliette.Previews of Grimm are available in Wikipedia please read and check for more things thanks You. Watch video Grimm Season 2, Episode 2 The Kiss on IMDb Free Download Video Grimm 20th Aug 2012 Live Streaming Video only on NBC Channel.Online Watch Grimm Full Episode Watch Video on Internet TV. So don’t forget to Watch Grimm and have fun enjoy the show. I’m sure we’ll have fun to watch it.More details are revealed about the source of Juliette’s illness, resulting in an epic showdown. Back at the precinct, Hank senses that something is amiss when Nick lands in hot water with the FBI. Meanwhile, Captain Renard continues to reveal himself as he deals with his estranged brother.As finales go, Woman In Black was one long cliff-hanger, which, just when you thought the cliff edge had run out of space, flung Burkhardt’s recently un-dead mother over to dangle alongside Juliette’s magical coma, Hank’s fast-disappearing sanity, the enigmatic true identity of Captain Renard, and that Japanese Wesen with a yen for the one true coins.Bad Teeth picked up where Woman In Black left off, or to be more precise, an hour or so beforehand with a business-as-usual pre-credits sequence featuring a toothy monster, bloody death, and entrails (never a great show to watch with your evening meal, this one).The Mauvais Dents sabre-toothed dude had spent his shipping container journey from Le Havre to Portland snacking on illegal immigrants and daubing poetry over the walls in their blood (that’s Europeans for you). His mission? To hunt himself un beau Grimm, something that by the end of the episode, he was well on his way to achieving.
Did anyone else utter a bad word when the “To Be Continued…” title flashed up on screen at the end? After pulling the same trick at the close of the last season, Grimm’s writers may well be testing their audience’s patience with the delayed gratification thing. On the shopping list for next week’s episode: a bit of resolution please (oh, and if they someone could just FedEx those coins to Mount Doom or wherever it was they were forged and have that be the end of it, I’d be mighty grateful).
Bringing Burkhardt’s mum back from the dead (not literally, though considering the debt Grimm owes to David Greenwalt’s previous work on Buffy and Angel, that move wouldn’t come as much surprise) is cause for celebration, if only because it means the world’s slowest reader gets the abridged audio book version of his supernatural legacy. In just a couple of lines from Kelly Burkhardt (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio), we learnt more about Grimms than Nick had discovered throughout the entire last season.
We now know that though Grimm-ness is a power passed down the family line, not everyone inherits it, and that Nick’s grandfather, great-grandmother, aunt, mother, and presumably father were all card-carrying members of the Grimm brigade, descended from crusading knights. We’re still in the dark about much of the rest of the mythology, including the tantalising question of how many other active Grimms are around, and what is the powerful world-controlling doohickey that the seven keys will lead them to, but that’s plenty to be going on with for the time being.
What the mother/son scenes had in exposition though, they made up for in lack of chemistry. As much as Giuntoli improved during Grimm’s first season, he’s still not much of a leading man, and even less of a comedian. Nick’s mum’s dewy-eyed fondness for Wesen castration, and her hey presto act with the apothecary chest’s secret panel were comedy swings and misses that, in other hands (Silas Weir Mitchell’s for instance), would have worked a treat.
Speaking of Monroe, Bad Teeth could have done with a lot more of him, though his relegation to Magic Box Scooby for the instalment is understandable in an episode with so many Nick-related threads. The dynamic between Nick’s Wesen-prejudiced ma and his two Wesen sidekicks was the episode at its liveliest, and hopefully something that’ll be revisited in coming weeks.
Last year, GRIMM started out slowly, even dully, but as it grew into its premise and fleshed out its supporting cast (a necessity with a semi bland leading man), the fantasy procedural turned itself into one of the most reliable shows of last season. With the additions of James Frain (TRUE BLOOD), and possibly a full season of “the woman in black,” or Nick’s mom Kelly Burkhardt (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) to you, GRIMM has positioned itself to take advantage of last year’s momentum.
Thanks to NBC’s coverage of the Olympics and their desire to build on the highest ratings NBC has seen in awhile, we get to see what we have in store with GRIMM early. And luckily for us, GRIMM picks up, quite literally, where we left off last year, both in terms of quality and the timeline.
Nick’s Mom helps Nick (David Giuntoli) defeat Akira Kimura, and Captain Renard (Sasha Roiz) and company arrive on the scene to take him back to the precinct, forcing Kelly to disappear. But, to Nick’s relief, she returns, and seems set on being a regular fixture in his life, although I’d imagine there will be more growing pains than the slight early tension that’s weathered early in the episode. Her addition is an ingenious aid for new viewers, as her “expertise” allows for perhaps more exposition than you’d normally get away with, because she knows a lot more about this world of Grimm’s and Wesen than you or I or Nick does. So we learn more about Nick’s family and the Grimm’s than we ever did in one hour. Nick lets her in on the current murder investigation, which rather than a run of the mill Wesen of the week, promises a story arc with that all important “To be continued” that viewers love to hate. A sabretooth-y looking Wesen makes mincemeat of a few poor port of Portland security guards that catches the eye of the police, and soon Nick’s inner Grimm is tingling. Turns out Sabretooth (or a Mauvais Dentes, if you’re checking your GRIMM wiki) has connections to some royal family and has a bad French accent to boot, and duh, he’s dangerous.
This all happened yesterday. Today we’re catching up with the events that happened last episode, with Nick fighting Akira Kimura and his mother making an appearance at Nick’s house. She pulls off Kimura’s shirt, saying he’ll come round soon, to check if he has been sent by the “Dragon’s Tongue”. She looks at his tattoos, confirms that he has grimm-o-vision, then when sirens sound outside she disappears. Cavalry arrives, including Police Captain Renard (who Akira tied up last season), giving Renard a chance to see the tattoos on his back.
No sooner have the police left than mummy Grimm (Kelly) reappears saying she has to get to Kimura – which is going to be fun with him in police custody. Kelly fills in the gaps of her death – his father did die, but the woman in the car was her friend Gina – she’d sent them both away in the hope they would escape the people trying to kill her. They misidentified Gina because they attackers took her head, thinking they’d killed a Grimm, and the bodies were badly mangled in the car crash. Kimura is the only link to who may have betrayed Kelly. She and Aunt Marie let Nick believe she was dead to protect him from her many enemies, something Nick is, unsurprisingly, not best thrilled about.
Juliette is still in a coma after being scratched by the cursed cat – and Eddie and Rosalie are researching the cat and a cure. Their results are disturbing enough that they rush to Nick to tell him the news since he’s not answering his phone. When they arrive they see they place is trashed and smell both Kimura and Kelly – both Rosalie and Eddie Woge to smell better and, of course, Kelly leaps on Eddie (though since when the Grimm fighting style against a Blutbad is “big bear hug” I don’t know). There follows a classic misunderstanding scene. Lots of frenzied recapping of who everyone is, time.
The infection Juliette has causes dementia-like symptoms, including memory loss and the first thing they have to do is stop the degradation as soon as possible by stopping the disease getting worse – which takes a potion that needs 16 hours to brew.
Kelly fills Nick in on what she’s been doing for 18 years –first trying to find the killers of his father and her friend, then discovering that the royal families of the Wesen and their servants (like the Verrat) were trying for a resurgence and causing all kinds of problems. She also wants him to give her the coins to have them destroyed.
Grimm Season 2, Episode 2 The Kiss
Airing at: NBC
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family, Romance
Stars:Shailene Woodley, Ken Baumann and Megan Park
Also Known As:A Vida Secreta de uma Adolescente Americana
Filming Locations:Los Angeles, California, USA