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Back at the Halls of Justice, Hank shows Nick that the Mauvais Dentes was a world class killer, and even though they don’t know his identity, he has killed a lot of people all over the world. In his office, Renard is reading up on Nick’s “parents” accident.
In my favorite house in the show, we find Catherine stirring up her witches brew as she calls Renard to come over to pick it up. As he is leaving the station, he walks up on the FBI arresting Nick for the murder of the two FBI agents. They take him away and Hank is thinking about damn time he got some camera time that he needs to help get his friend out of custody immediately. Captain Renard throws some weight around, but lets it drop because he has an errand to run.
So, now as you may guess, we are to my favorite scene. There is a mason jar filled with a thick, milky, and apparently lumpy substance. Catherine hands it to Renard and explains to him that he must drink it as a “purification process”. Because he is so evil inside, he has to become pure before he kisses Juliette, which will then allow her to waken from her coma. (A few things come to mind… One is a banned episode of Fear Factor that included a glass of a similar looking substance. Second, how did they not burst out laughing when they were filming this scene? It’s repulsive and I can’t imagine anyone thinking of anything non-gross about it. And finally, how dare she suggest that my dear Renard is full of evil.)
After giving the glass a swirl, Renard bids her farewell and she wishes him luck and tells him it shouldn’t be “too bad”. As he is walking to his car, Scarface is lurking across the street. Put your damn cape down, lady. We get it, you’re dark.
Back in Catherine’s kitchen, Scarface pops in for a mom-to-mom chat. Catherine does her token scary face and then realizes that Scarface is Nick’s mother. Scarface immediately goes in to strangle Catherine and Catherine folds like a wet taco and tells her that there is a Prince in Portland (handsome, charming, and a bastard “literally”) and only he can cure Juliette.
With that little nugget of info, they both go into batsht crazy mode. Catherine is full on Hexenbiest and racks up 14 years of bad luck by being thrown into two mirrors. They go flying through French doors, they kick and toss each other around until Catherine finally has Scarface on her back, holding a knife over her.