Nick and Monroe move the body to the woods where the dogs caught up to Monroe and plant the device from Larry’s neck in his hand so that forensics can examine it. Monroe can’t believe that Larry really did kill the two kids but he doesn’t second guess Nick. He knows everyone has a trigger and needs to adjust so Nick suggests that it might have to do with the device that was in his neck. Monroe leaves the body by saying “Everything has an end, only a sausage has two.” Monroe further explains that Larry was seeing Dr. Brinkerhoff who was also a Wildermann like Larry, smart loners who like being in the woods or camping. He warns Nick to avoid couches when talking to Dr. Brinkerhoff who is having a session telling people to approach their inner selves as a stray dog. He advises them to let the relationship unfold slowly and with caution and compassion. He is signing books when Nick walks up to him asking to sign his as Larry Mackenzie.
I’m clenching real tight to hold it in here.
Dr. Brinkerhoff is able to hold off his transformation in front of Nick and asks him to wait for him so they can speak in private. The Doctor tells Nick that he thought he was just the figment of imagination his patients spoke of and that many in the Wesen community hated or loved him for joining the police force. Nick tries to change the subject to Larry but the doctor is very interested in Nick since he is a Grimm. He starts to analyze Nick but he holds his cool and finally gets some answers that Larry was struggling with impulse control but they had been making strides with treatment. He says the slow way was the fast way and that there were no short cuts. Hank calls and says that Larry’s body was found in the woods. The doctor tells Nick that he wants to talk with him about his issues but Nick declines although the doctor says it’s only a matter of time until the dark comes out. Juliette is looking at the hair samples but is unable to pinpoint the genetic source. I guess she’s not a regular vet who has an office where cats and dogs come in on the regular because she really does have a lot of free time.
Seriously, when did she decide to get all detective on us?
Hank is in a daze remembering what happened to him earlier when Monroe body slammed him when Nick arrives on scene. Nick tries to comfort Hank who says that when he ran into Larry earlier he looked different. Hank is a shitty detective and I can’t believe he hasn’t caught any of Nick’s obvious facial clues yet. Random cop walks up and says he believes the device is a drug delivery implant that is used for pain medication and he believes he can trace it back to the manufacturer with the serial number. Captain is giving an update with the press and tells them that they found their man and there should be no further danger to the public. Meanwhile, two bums are camping out in the woods when one of them goes to take a leak. They hear a loud growling, one of them gets killed and the other manages to stab the beast with a large beam before running away. Turns out they were attacked by the Geico caveman who is still pissed that he was replaced by a CGI lizard.
Fuck that lizard
The detectives are talking with the bum who impaled the caveman and says he never saw anything like it in his life. I’m guessing they didn’t have him identify his attacker’s body yet…He says that he is not crazy and Wu walks him off to take his statement. They take a look at the bodies and can’t understand why the attacker would be in the woods as he was a married lawyer. They find another device on his neck. Juliette gets a call from Sebastian who speaks like an overexcited newscaster. He tells her that the test results were inconclusive and that it appears to be parahuman which Juliette promptly looks up on Wikipedia. Juliette reads word by word what a parahuman is and then gives out a holy crap at the end. My question is who reads out loud when they are by themselves? Seriously do any of you read to yourselves out loud? I hope Nick disabled closed caption on their televisions or else it could get annoying. Monroe meets with his friend at the bar as they both knew Larry from the support group. His friend says the last time they heard from him was 3 months ago and they were sharing stories when Larry walked in and says that he was cured. He believes that he found a foolproof way to cure them and that he was not the only one who went to see Brinkerhoff. He says it must have worked or they don’t like him anymore as they don’t see him anymore. He says he didn’t go to see the doctor because miracle cures are often worse than the disease. Then they recount Larry’s old joke about getting a friend to stop drinking by tearing his arms off…Oh that Larry…it’s all fun and games until the limbs start flying.
Look Ma, I can read!