Hopefully he has Juliette locked in the basement.
What? Juliette won? Gadz, she’s a witch.
I have my finger on the trigger, where’s Juliette? (And where’s her personality?)
She spells Juliette with a “G”? She’s more annoying than I thought. (Just like my sister and I hate “Geoff” instead of “Jeff”.)
They both hear sirens, but neither of them had called for backup, so they are confused. Hank suggests Nick get rid of the dopperlarmbrust before they come inside. Nick slips out and puts it in his car and then walks up to the house with Sgt. Wu. Wu is all impressed with Nick and Hank’s interrogation techniques because he said that Adrian called the station and confessed to everything and gave up the girl’s location. But Nick and Hank tell Wu that it wasn’t them, that Adrian was DOA.
Juliette’s still alive? Come ON guys.
Stand down, blue team. Juliette isn’t dead.
They are all looking at the torture wounds/brands on Adrian’s body, and there’s some sort of skull/face thing branded into his body and also painted in blood on the wall. The real cops process the scene, while the rest head back to the station. At the station, they listen to the recorded confession along with Adrian’s screams for mercy.
I had a dream about Juliette in the exact same position.
Yep, her match.com profile shows she’s still “active”.
The girl is found safe in a storage locker (YYUUUPPPPPP) and Renard gives a press conference. They show the image of the skull/face thing and ask the public for their help.
Juliette is alive. I’m “no moking”. (That’s royal-speak for “not joking”.)
I’M SO MUCH BETTER THAN JULIETTE.
I’m sorry Portland, the Boring Wicked Witch of the West is alive.
Bud, our fav AC repairman, is in his bedroom wearing nothing but a towel (thank you, towel) while having a spat with his wife. His TV is on and he sees the skull/face thing and freaks out. At the same time, Monroe sees it too and calls Nick to tell him what it is. While Nick is on the phone with Monroe, Hank fields a call from Bud who is desperate to speak to Nick. Nick takes the call and assures him that they have it under control. Poor little Bud… it’s not easy being such a wuss.