UGH… Now here we have a scene I don’t quite understand. There is a guy in a dungeon being beaten for being part of the resistance. A man in black (watching the beating) gets a phone call from the guy that was in the shipping vessel, and they speak in French (tres bien, mon ami, all the basics so we know they’re French)…
So familiar, but this episode is starting to lose me.
Catherine goes to Rosalee’s apothecary shop with a list. Rosalee immediately recognizes what the items could be used for and tells her they don’t have one of the items. Catherine does the facial contortion thing, and voila, Rosalee says she’ll try to find it. (I think I must give my daughter that look sometimes, because all of a sudden, she’s cleaning her room.)
Do I look like I want to Biggie Size it?
Nick takes Scarface to look at one of the dead bodies. She says with teeth marks like that it must be a Movadon (total liberty on spelling here), which is a catlike vicious killing machine that can take out an entire village.
Rosalee and Monroe call Nick to tell him about the Hexabeast that came into her shop and tell him that her list is what would be used to make a potion to wake up a person in Juliette’s condition. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO… let’s allow her to continue napping; she’s managed to stay off my nerves so far this season.
Story line 14 in Episode 1
Catherine calls Renard and tells him that Adalind is gone like the wind, but that she can wake Juliette up. However, while it’s not difficult to make the potion to wake her up, but it’s the challenge of administration. And not just how it’s given, but by whom? (I have a really sick mind, so I’m all over the place here. I’ll take Renard, with the potion, in the bedroom.)
Nick storms into Catherine’s house looking for Adalind. Catherine does her scary face thing and Nick leaves. Great scene.
I’m not taking visitors right now.
Okay, I’ll leave, but first, you MUST tell me where you got these curtains. (I love them.)
Captain Renard is on the phone, speaking French, (I so love that I need a foreign language to be spoken so that I can follow a storyline)… He informs someone that there are, in fact “deux” Grimms (that’s two for all you non-French speaking people) and that Kimura did not get the coins. He goes on to say that the Grimms cannot get to Kimura and that “I do not want the family to know”. So my guess here is that he’s speaking of the Royal Family.