EDIT: you're going to report that couple to the Wesen Council?
...I don't know whether to be shocked and horrified at this (its like reporting ivory-purchasers to the UN or US Congress)
...or to be glad that there aren't layers and layers of paperwork and beurocracy(sp) in the Council.
* at the end of the rescue scene there, methinks Hank was wondering the same thing I was:
...the girl had just said "this is for my brother, and this is for my father."...and the hunter replied "Then this is for -"
......what was he about to say?
(do his kin and hers have a relationship as pained as the bauershwine(sp) and blutbads?)
* I thought that, if a wesen limb is cut off, that limb would return to looking unremarkable...you know, like how a dead wesen looks like anyone else.
* "I love you." you just pulled a gun on her, you idiot.
* oh niiiice, Nick, real nice that you threaten/offer to do to Juliette what you did to Adalind.
* huh. so the legend of Grimms says they can kill anyone they come across...but it doesn't say they can find anyone they want?
* at the time, I watched Nick go from backing away from her two fingers pointed at him...to her hand on his cheek...to her brushing her lips against his; and I wasn't sure if that was an argument that Nick could acclimatize to Juliette's condition, or a sign of Henrietta's power level.
...but when Juliette put her own hand on Nick's cheek, it hit me: Nick's muscle memory didn't recognize Juliette - the last time a hexenbiest touched him there, like that, was Henrietta.
* and in a way, Juliette insisting on a kiss, actually puts the shoe on the other foot: remember when she got dumped in the deep end (when Nick told her, cold turkey, that he was a Grimm)
* so in other words, Juliette was pregnant (when she felt sick)...but then the baby jumped ship to Adalind, rather than put up with Juliette coming to grips with turning into a hexenbiest?
and next week...
"Yeah, like that's going to happen." :) Adalind!
hey, never underestimate Nick's emotional roller coaster. :)