To me, the doc has a weird reaction (and a scary artifact mask on her wall that doesn’t seem like a therapeutic aid for patients), but I’m guessing she’s some type of Wesen. I could be reading into it too much, but her worrisome look makes me wonder.
I wonder if he can see me change from a therapist to the-rapist?
Nick and Monroe go to visit Juliette and she remembers all about Monroe, but still zip with Nick. I think he should take the opportunity to realize that all his past mistakes are wiped clean… and he’s cute enough to win her over again. I never saw The Vow, so I don’t know how that turned out, but because it’s a romantic travesty comedy, I’ll assume he won his wife back… so if it works on the big screen, it’s gotta work on TV.
Juliette remembers specific events that occurred with Monroe and Nick, but she only remembers that Monroe was there. Adalind certainly managed to put on an exacting curse. I must say I’m impressed. Nick leaves Monroe at the hospital to catch up with Juliette. (Monroe: “Thanks for leaving me with the dud scene of the evening”.)
Um, Monroe, my Mac seems to be stuck on this pic of me making out with a stranger.
Coyotl Ugly pull Carly up from the well so that Uncle Coyotl could tell her that they were family and that her daddy brought shame on their family when he took her mom and left the pack. They let her know that they are there to take her back.
Kurt goes all glowy eyed on his cousin. I’ve been there.
We then have the one scene in the ENTIRE SHOW with Captain Renard. They talk about the Catherine and Adalind Schade case. They both think they need to find Adalind, but that’s really the only reference to the past episode we hear this week. Nick goes back to his desk and Hank tells him about the therapist and that he’s not sure about his ability to be a cop anymore. Nick tells him he’s a good cop and that he promises to give him more air time, and less wussy time in the future.
Sgt. Wu comes over and interrupts, just as Nick was getting close to telling the truth to Hank, that some friend of his, Jarold is at the station and wants to talk to Hank. Turns out Hank and Jarold are old friends and Hank is Carly’s godfather. Introductions are made and Jarold tells Hank (and Nick) that Carly is missing. He has her cell phone and has been trying to reach her friends, but he can’t find her and he’s worried. While they are discussing possible scenarios, Hank looks away for a minute and Jarold conveniently goes Coyotl on Nick.
One of those actors that has been in 100 shows, but you can’t place even one.