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Grimm Season 3 Premiere: A Look Back And A Look Ahead
NBC is set to bring Grimm back this Friday night. Since it's been months since the series aired, your memory of the events of Season 2 may be a bit rusty. Allow us to offer you a refresher course in where things left off and what's coming up in the series' third season. We'll start with this handle recap video, which takes us through the highlights of last season. (Season 2 spoilers ahead!)
In addition to finding as many words as possible that rhyme with Wesen, the above video does a pretty good job of summing up where things left off when Season 2 wrapped up. Adalind (Claire Coffee) is getting her powers back, thanks to the help of Stefania (Shohreh Aghdashloo), which should hopefully make her more useful as a character in Season 3. Meanwhile, after spending most of the season not remembering who Nick (David Giuntoli) is, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) now remembers him and knows that he's a Grimm, and that most of his friends are Wesen. Hank (Russell Hornsby) also knows Nick's a Grimm and that most of the crimes they solve involve people who aren't really people. That certainly simplifies things for Nick at work and it makes Hank a more interesting, less frustrated character. Sean Renard (Sasha Roiz) is less of a enemy that he was at the beginning of the season. Or at the very least, he seems willing to ally with Nick, which probably has less to do with liking or trusting Nick as it does with the issues with his family, including his brother Eric (James Frain). Finally, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalie (Bree Turner) are in a cozy, adorable kissy place as a couple, as would Nick and Juliette be if he weren't a zombie.
Season 2 ended with Nick being placed in a casket courtesy of Eric and the fish-face guy in the top hat who left Nick zombified. And that's the cliffhanger. The last we saw of Nick, he was freshly splattered with green goo and left paralyzed in the casket. Who knows what stage of Nick's zombification he'll be in when Season 3 picks up, but on the bright side, at the very least, we know Rosalie has a cure for it. They just have to find himů and also escape the zombies that were surrounding them in the final moments of the finale.
READ ABOUT WHAT'S AHEAD FOR SEASON 3 AFTER THE JUMP...
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