Grimm: 4.12: Maréchaussée

Jesse412

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I like the Manticore design and am glad to see that particular Wesen return. Juliette trying to use her powers in the kitchen made me laugh. She needs to tell Nick she's a Hexenbiest already. Great that Juliette was the one to kill the Manticore. Wouldn't Nick's blood cure Juliette? I mean isn't that how Adalind temporarily lost her powers? Can't wait to see the Adalind versus Juliette cat fight next week.
 

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Juliette trying to use her powers in the kitchen made me laugh.
"I hit my head" - "On the pepper shaker?" :) Anybody else think "Use the Force, Juliette," when she was trying to pull it to her? Ah, I see you have constructed your own light shaker, er, pepper saber, er...

She needs to tell Nick she's a Hexenbiest already.
Agreed - Henrietta didn't do Juliette or us any favors. For once, they have an interesting arc (as opposed to Juliette losing her memory or Nick losing his powers or even his life (the zombie stuff). But they still manage to mess it up by not having it be aboveboard.

Wouldn't Nick's blood cure Juliette? I mean isn't that how Adalind temporarily lost her powers?
You know that if they want to cure something, Rosalee can whip up a potion in moments and, if they don't, it's incurable. But, yeah, that's a pretty glaring plothole unless there was some weird little detail that's missing. Maybe you could just wave it off as being different because Juliette has become one rather than having been one and that she became so via Adelind. But that's incredibly weak. They do need to address that.

Can't wait to see the Adalind versus Juliette cat fight next week.
I actually sat through them this week for some reason but promos for next week are still spoilers in my book and I usually avoid them.
 

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Wouldn't Nick's blood cure Juliette? I mean isn't that how Adalind temporarily lost her powers?
You know that if they want to cure something, Rosalee can whip up a potion in moments and, if they don't, it's incurable. But, yeah, that's a pretty glaring plothole unless there was some weird little detail that's missing.
Yes, a big plothole, but the whole not telling Nick thing has been done to death. And she hints "You can't take care of me. I'll have to take care of myself." without explicitly saying why. But 10 minutes earlier it was vital she told him, right now! They dragged on the loss of memory way too long as well. This is more of the same.
 
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