Monroe tells Nick about his boring call with Juliette (I think it would so funny if Nick would have been like “who?” and then we’d just awkwardly end that story line).
Does this sweater scream hipster?
Juliette opens the fridge and has another flashback about the plumber freaking out when he saw Nick. She pulls out a beer, Nick gets home, they stare at each awkwardly and I am distracted by one of my dogs until the scene ends. Juliette made some pasta… and scene… and I’m back. UGH!!!
At the station, Renard asks some random cop to look at flight manifests to find a guy coming to Portland, from Rome, through JFK… he tells him to contact Homeland Security… good to see the Patriot Act gets involved in Wesen affairs too.
Ranger Rick is suffering a severe case of bacne and clearly is infected with something not healthy.
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Rosalee gets to her apothecary in a sweater that is only slightly uglier than the sweater Monroe was just wearing. It appears her evil cat has escaped its plastic carrier by directly ramming straight through the side of it. She gets the cat to chase her out onto the street (thanks Rosalee) and at the same time Monroe shows up.
The cat got out, how? It was probably because he hated your sweater.
Monroe, like me, worries about the cat being out in the wild, but then we hear tires screech and a “thump” and we all know it’s cat-down outside. That’s probably for the best.
Screeeeechhh… Thump… Cat problem solved.
Monrosalee agree they will clean up later, but first, it’s time for the picnic with Monroe’s pic-a-nic basket. Monroe is kinda funny. He’s just so endearing… BUT WAIT… they tricked me into another scene with Juliette and the plumber’s wife’s homemade quilt. I hate her blouse, I like the quilt. I’d use it to wrap her body when I dumped it.
Oh yeah, she’s totes ready for a Downy commercial.
Renard is still sitting at his desk (I hope his legs are okay, he hasn’t moved much this episode), and he’s looking up Nick’s parent’s obituary. He does this a lot in his spare time. I guess every episode we have to be reminded because we’re too dumb to remember that there’s something fishy about their death. But, since NBC gave me the original opening, I’ll give them this.
Spoiler, Nick’s mom didn’t die… oh wait, WE ALL KNOW.
The policeman stops in and says he’s found the man that Renard was probably looking for on those flights. A guy showed up, no hotel or car, but a cab driver is missing… typical Nuckelavee.