The best way to take Xanax is by the handful.
Back at Nick’s house, Mom is making up for the lost years with burnt toast and pancakes. (High carb diet… that’s my fav too). Nick gets a call. He has an investigation, no time for pancakes. Oh wow, I totally forgot about the dead folks on the boat.
Monroe and Nick meet up with Sgt. Wu at the boat and we get to see, up close and personal the working of this week’s beast unknown. There’s a scepter drawn on the wall in blood. Using my keen sense of deduction, I bet there’s a picture of that in a book in a trailer in an abandoned lot. But I’m just guessing here.
Hey Nick, your partner might be a little fuzzy this morning.
The cargo was from France and Renard tells the detectives that the FBI are taking over case. Nick isn’t happy because he knows the image on the wall means something, but FBI doesn’t want their help.
IMDB: FBI Agent 1 & 2, Grimm (1 episode). Just my guess.
Renard visits Kimura in jail and tells him he knows who he’s working for, but that Kimura didn’t know he was going up against a Grimm. Renard alludes to the fact that we don’t know what he is. (Hot?) Kimura tells Renard that he knew about one Grimm, just not two… dun, dun, DDUUUNNNNNNN….
Nick and Scarface take a field trip to the aluminum Grimm headquarters. She tells Nick more about his past and how it all came to be. She told heartwarming stories of hunting people down with her grandpa… like Heidi, but minus the sweet blind old man… but both stories probably had goats.
Just remember, Scar killed Mufasa.
Okay, truth time, I don’t like Scarface at all. I think she’s a bad guy.
Nick pulls out the three coins and Scarface explains they need to be taken to Island of Afjdiaflh, it’s the only way to destroy them. (I can’t figure out what she said, but I did find out that you can’t ‘listen’ in slow motion.) Nick cries that he hated growing up without her. Scarface comes in for the hug, but then does the three back pat… Like, “please stop slobbering on me, I’m probably not your real mom”.
“God, my son is such a needy wimp.”
He shows her the picture drawn on the wall, and she knows exactly who could have done that… she pulls out the book that knows all, flips to the page… voila… the animal with the teeth.