Nick and Hank break into Kreski’s new home and are looking for a way to see what is under the house. Hank notices that the flooring under the fridge seems worn and pulls the fridge out. What they see is perfectly clean linoleum that covers a trap door. (If you pull out my fridge, you might find one of my cats, a lot of dog treats, a sock, and possibly the lid to my crock pot… and nothing will be clean.)
I wonder if there’s a present for Hank down there.
Nope. Just the Geico lizard. Oh wait. That’s a commercial.
They open the trap door and go down and start looking around until Hank finds ANOTHER trap door. This is so completely Hank’s night. They open the second trap door and it’s filled with skeletons, maggots, and the like. They decide to head back up and to call the DA to stop the execution because now they have proof that Craig was fighting for his life that night. Hank gets back up to the kitchen but is immediately attacked by Johnny Kreski and they go into hand-to-hand combat. The attack caused the fridge to fall on its side and over the trap door, so Nick is slammed back into the pit of maggots. Now, I always thought that Nick had super powers, but he couldn’t even move the fridge, but when Johnny took off, Hank was able to easily slide the fridge out of the way so that Nick could pop up.
This is what happened to the last person that didn’t like Hank.
I invented the Hankie dance.
Then why am I still doing the Dougie?
And why am I stuck in this hole?
I wanna dance. Let’s do the Nickie.
Nick calls the DA to tell her what they found while Hank heads outside to try to find Johnny. While Nick is on the phone with the DA, he’s told her to gist of it, but before he can finish, Johnny comes flying into Nick, hanging up the phone. Fortunately Nick had told her to call the governor and get a stay of execution. Stat.
Can you please tell everyone that the newest craze is the Nickie?
Are you sure? Because I just learned the Hankie.
Nick and Johnny do some Grimm/Wesen fighting and Johnny finally realizes that Nick is a Grimm. Johnny turns and jumps out of the window right into Hank’s path. Hank, never afraid to take the kill shot, shoots Johnny dead. Nick comes out of the window and they give each other their typical, “it was a good shooting” look of approval.