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This final season of Grimm so far has been about good/evil – or rather Nick/Renard. The captain set Nick up to take the fall for Bonaparte’s death, so Nick had to go into hiding. But before Renard and what seemed like a whole host of police could take him down from where he was lying low in Bud’s shop, Hank and Wu showed up and arrested Renard for Rachel’s death. When they needed to get Renard to drop the charges against Nick, Adalind (who has been forced to wear Renard’s engagement ring or her children will be hurt) suggested a Trust Me Knot (ergo, the title of the episode…). Basically Renard would drop the charges & reinstate Nick to the police force in exchange for Adalind providing Renard an alibi for Rachel’s murder. Whoever breaks their word will die. Unfortunately, the Renard-threatened judge let Renard off for “lack of evidence” during the grand jury. Renard said that since Adalind never testified, the Trust Me Knot agreement is null, and therefore Nick was still in trouble. Also, he told Hank and Wu he expected their resignations immediately. Oh, and through it all? Monroe and Rosalee are going to be parents! Yay!
So that leads up to the third episode, which airs tonight. Nick on the run, Hank and Wu expected to resign, Adalind and the kids stuck at Renard’s house as a “family,” and Evil Renard back in charge. I’ve seen tonight’s episode, and it is a fantastic follow-up to the first two eps of the season. It resolves some stories and allows us to get back to a little bit of normal. I can’t wait!
On tonight’s episode, “Oh Captain My Captain,” in order to stop the rise of Capt. Renard, Nick devises a plan that will take him out of his element. Adalind and Monroe do everything in their power to keep the plan on track. Meanwhile, Eve and Rosalee race against time to get the spell ready before it is too late.
To find out their plan to stop Renard, tune in to NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Last Man Standing, Rosewood, Hawaii Five-0, & Blue Bloods.