As always, Nick and Hank go to visit Monroe to find out to do next. (We haven’t see Rosalee this episode, but I suppose she didn’t really have any role in the storyline, so it’s okay.)
They come back, they ALWAYS come back. Needy Grimms.
Monroe identifies the sheep as Seelenguts, and that a Blutbad leading Seelenguts was pretty rare. (May I call Nick and Hank, Hink for a while?) Hink decides that they should have Monroe go join the congregation. He seems about as thrilled with this idea as his has with most of Nick’s ideas in the past. But he goes along with it because it’s undercover and Rosalee will think it’s totes cool.
I’ll be undercover you say? Interesting.
He dons his favorite fedora and long trench coat and goes to church.
My name is Bond. Blutbad Bond.
He sits unnoticed for a while, but eventually a Seelengut senses his presence and gets sheepish (haha). It’s bizarre to me that the early “Board Meeting” seems to make up the entire congregation. Not a tough vetting process for the Board Members.
Fking hat head. My hair looked so much better before the fedora.
Anywho, Monroe tells the congregation that he’s just looking for a church to call home and that he means them no harm. The Reverend tells Monroe that he has a small room with a bed that he’s welcome to use. (It’s a really nice room and I wouldn’t mind living there, if it were not for the crazy Blutbad preacher and his girlfriend the Sellengut.
Nice room. Creepy pic of Reverend, but free is free.
Back at the Halls of Justice, Capt. Renard seems to be having a migraine and flashback images of him kissing Juliette. (I’m with you Renard, I’m still having nightmares over that too.)
I can’t unsee or unfeel her boringness.
Juliette at her best. In a deep coma.
Renard’s contact in France calls to tell him that he found out who the Nuckelavee was that was sent to find the magical key, and Renard opens the email to see a picture of Belky. His name is David, but he has many other alias’ that I can’t read.
Belky, thy name is David.
Next scene we see David breaking into Nick and Juliette’s house.
These hippies don’t even look their doors.
Whipping back to the church, through the door (it’s like a little confessional window), Monroe sees the Reverend and Megan kissing. He calls Nick and lets him know about the hanky-panky.