Grimm: Bad Moon Rising or Coyotl Ugly
This episode, Bad Moon Rising (Creadence Clearwater: “I see the bad moon arising, I see trouble on the way, I see earthquakes and lightnin’, I see bad times today”), began in Jarold and Carly’s kitchen. Jarold is the father of 17 year old Carly. After enough banter to see that they are a cute father/daughter duo, Carly heads up to bed where she is abducted by what we will learn is a Coyotl (according to Wikipedia, also known as the American jackal or prairie wolf).
Facebook Status Update: Carly is being abducted by a Coyotl.
Nick is visiting Juliette at the hospital, and with a little Apple product placement, he shows her pictures of the two of them at “her house”. She asks if they were close. No, dumbass, you were all over each on in the pictures because you had just met… just because you have selective amnesia shouldn’t mean you have selective dumbassness too (it’s a word, don’t look it up). Nick has to leave, but Juliette wants to keep the laptop, sans charger. (So she has like 11 minutes to peruse the pictures, or is that just my battery life?)
So, we knew each other? No, btch, you were just a whore who kissed everyone.
The scene is brought to you by Apple.
Nick’s forehead is brought to you by Adidas.
Juliette’s hand is also brought to you by Adidas (Thx Michael).
We come back from commercial with Nick talking to Juliette’s doctor about how to handle her memory loss. There’s nothing to do but be patient and try to help her remember. Okay, I’ll start: “Juliette, you were really boring… all the time”.
So all these brain scans are saying my fiance has NO personality?
We see Carly being thrown down a well by Kurt Cobain and his brother, under the watchful eye of their dad(?). I bet Kurt wanted to do that to Courtney Love a time or too.
Hank is with his therapist (love that if hyphenated “therapist” becomes “the-rapist”) discussing his inability to sleep and anxiety because of all the strange stuff going on… and as they run the flashback montage to the various things he has seen (more than I remembered), I can understand his lack of sleep. (And in keeping in true form and because it’s one of my fav phrases), I would think I was batsht crazy too. He talks about seeing people “change”. He gets really intense and ends up flipping out on the doctor and leaving.
And doc, this mask is freaking me, the fk out, too… just FYI.