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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    they're power hungry and mysterious
    That I like.

    We'll see.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Nick testing out his newly acquired super-hearing ability was awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    reminded me of Luke Slywalker in SW episode 4 learning to use his lightsaber.
    That was particularly brill. It's just getting better. (Now I'm only one--two, if you count today--behind.)

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    It is one of my most favorite shows on tv. It has great scripts, cliff hangers, actors, creatures, scenarios. It is just a spell binding series. It took me a few episodes to get into it but I am a mad cow fan now.
    I think you mistake me for someone who cares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    That was particularly brill.
    I suppose It was, although I don't ever recall SW ever being populated by Eurpoean flatfish, by you never know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    I suppose It was, although I don't ever recall SW ever being populated by Eurpoean flatfish, by you never know.
    Brill-i-ant.

    I thought it was obvi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Brill-i-ant.

    I thought it was obvi.
    It was. Elmos was pulling your leg.

    But lots of people in the US might not know what you meant; 'brilliant' means "extremely bright" or "phenomenally intelligent" (well, or also "slightly sharp" in music) in the US, but not generally wonderful or exciting as it does in the UK.
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    OK, not impressed with this episode ("One Angry Fuschsbau"). Pretty boringly predictable.

    I am partly influenced by really not liking it when they get the easy courtroom stuff wrong. Once and for all, leading on cross examination is allowed. You're allowed to lead the other guy's witness, just not your own.

    But what the wesen lawyer was doing wasn't leading the witness. He was TESTIFYING. That isn't allowed. He could have gotten away with it if he'd said "Didn't you see tears in his eyes" and stuff like that.

    I am not a lawyer, but that's how I understand it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    But lots of people in the US might not know what you meant; 'brilliant' means "extremely bright" or "phenomenally intelligent" (well, or also "slightly sharp" in music) in the US, but not generally wonderful or exciting as it does in the UK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    OK, not impressed with this episode ("One Angry Fuschsbau"). Pretty boringly predictable.
    Oh no.

    Well, I haven't seen it so I can't comment, but I can say that the stand-alone epis are always kinda hit or miss. I sometimes do wish they'd put a little more care into it.

    That's all I'm going to say about that. ( For now. )

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    Native Son, it has some interesting bits. The Juliette subplot is significantly advanced, and so is the Renard subplot. The episode story is a throwaway. If you don't want to watch it, here's a rundown of the plot-arc elements:
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    Juliette is still hearing voices. Nick asks Monroe to take her to the trailer. He does, and she starts remembering Nick. In fact she sees him in multiple overlapping hallucinations, explaining all about the stuff in the trailer, until she has to leave it. Later she sees Nick at home too, so she's starting to remember him. She speaks to the Hispanic seer, who tells her she's going through a spiritual change (I don't remember the details).

    Renard tells them about royals. Nick tells Hank that he believes Renard is telling the truth currently, but doesn't answer when Hank asks if Nick trusts Renard. Adelind talks to Renard's brother, and says she couldn't get the key from him. The brother says threatening things about Renard, so he'll probably turn up in a future episode. (I'm torn about Adelind personally. I like the actress but the character MUST DIE.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    OK, not impressed with this episode ("One Angry Fuschsbau"). Pretty boringly predictable.
    It was not that great.

    Now, that was the last new episode, correct? Because the last two my DVR recorded turned out to be repeats... I love technology.

    But at least I'm caught up. Woot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    The Juliette subplot is significantly advanced
    Whoop-dee-doo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    (I'm torn about Adelind personally. I like the actress but the character MUST DIE.)[/spoiler]
    Take a deep breath, baby...

    I don't know.... I like her! In a weird kinda way.

    Just sayin.
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    Re: grimm

    I want to give that fine actress a chance to do a nicey gooey death scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    I want to give that fine actress a chance to do a nicey gooey death scene.
    Noooo! Don't say that.

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    Really Liking this show more and more, the characters are developing well and the chemistry among most of the actors is very clear and helps to enrich the great atmosphere of the show.

    Only speculation on my part...

    I have a feeling Adelind's character may be developing where she could be brought into the fold of team Burkhardt and the rest of the good guys, maybe as Renard's official full-time love interest or possibly Nick's. She may confess to all the things she did to everyone and apologize. I think there is room in their hearts to forgive her (complex relationships are always interesting).

    It would be cute for one episode maybe in season 3 or 4 to see all 3 main chicks (Rosalie, Adelind, Juliette) and Nick's mother have a girls' night out as friends and end up kicking some vessen ass by the end of the episode, nice little bonding moment.

    One can only dream....


    I also like her as an actress.




    I think the producers are building up to introducing "The Royals" as possibly the show's main villain(s) in season 3 and 4.

    It would make sense to have Adelind eventually choose a side to be part of any upcoming future battle between The Royals and Team Grimm.

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    Re: grimm

    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    I have a feeling Adelind's character may be developing where she could be brought into the fold of team Burkhardt and the rest of the good guys, maybe as Renard's official full-time love interest or possibly Nick's. She may confess to all the things she did to everyone and apologize. I think there is room in their hearts to forgive her (complex relationships are always interesting).
    GODS I hope not. That would be tacky and trite enough that it might make me stop watching. That character could NOT plausibly reform. She's evil to the tip of her every lovely toe.

    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    It would be cute for one episode maybe in season 3 or 4 to see all 3 main chicks (Rosalie, Adelind, Juliette) and Nick's mother have a girls' night out as friends and end up kicking some vessen ass by the end of the episode, nice little bonding moment.
    All the words they use are German or made-up German; they're spelling it 'Wesen' in the subtitles...though they mispronounce it just as you've spelled it. With that spelling it should be pronounced VAY-zen, and with that pronunciation it should be spelled Wessen.
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    ^could be worse....


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    Re: grimm

    Excellent point, ElmosToe!
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    Good news:

    Grimm moves to Tuesday nights. (I, for one, can appreciate that decision.)

    Bad news:

    Only three episodes left this season.

    Good news:

    It's been renewed for a third season.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3043881.html

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    Re: grimm

    Bad news: This past week's episode ("Endangered") was pretty sucky. Really predictable plot, and
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    sympathetic as I am to the plight of the pregnant couple, that's no excuse for letting the guy get away with the outright murder of that innocent farmhand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    Bad news: This past week's episode ("Endangered") was pretty sucky. Really predictable plot, and
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    sympathetic as I am to the plight of the pregnant couple, that's no excuse for letting the guy get away with the outright murder of that innocent farmhand.
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    I know. So sloppily handled. It's a stretch, but maybe the back-story is that innocent farmhand had it a-comin'? We'll never know for sure.

    Loved the idea of the glowy people, but ultimately I didn't feel it was fully realized.

  22. #72

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    ^Agreed.

    The episode was a bit lame and the concept was not fully developed

    Don't fret, this is still only season 2. Usually a successful show will take a couple seasons to get all its campy cheese out of its system before it nestles into season 3 fully 'seasoned' and juicy.

  23. #73

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    Don't fret, this is still only season 2. Usually a successful show will take a couple seasons to get all its campy cheese out of its system before it nestles into season 3 fully 'seasoned' and juicy.
    It's getting campier by the minute. So please do not hesitate to tell me when it's okay to go ahead and fret.

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    trur true i am loosing interest..very campy this last episode

    i hope they step it up

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    Re: grimm

    I still enjoy most of the show and look forward to it, the only thing I am getting tired of is the Juliette mess. For some reason I don't think it is ending and again, to what purpose was her storyline, it seemed it was just a way to keep her on the show because she wasn't needed.
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    Re: grimm

    Arggh! Some fucking idiot got to the opening card for this week's episode and changed "Tell me, o Muse" (correct) to "Tell me, O'Muse" (wrong and stupid). She's not an Irish lady, you fucking moron. Learn to read and write English before you edit what someone else wrote!

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    Go, Captain! Though it's too bad he didn't just cut off her head and burn all the artwork she'd accumulated. Or burn her with it. She's almost as evil as Adelind.
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    Re: grimm

    And next week they're doing fucking ZOMBIES. Gods dammit. Can't we have ONE fantasy series with no godsdamned zombies on it? Zombies are so fucking boring. Over and over with the braaains and the shambling and the same boring stupid makeup. Really, aren't we over that now?

    <Joan Crawford>NO. MORE. ZOMBIES. EVER!!!!!!</Joan>
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    I don't think they will be the stinking decomposing "TWD" type zombies, at least from what I've seen but I still love the "creatures" they are coming up with. Its just funny how they are just going to to that big ass book and finding what they are looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    Really, aren't we over that now?
    Erm, speak for yourself.

  31. #81

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    The Waking Dead

    See, Críostóir, you obvi spoke too soon. Not about zombie zombies at all. It was all based on real life zombies.

    Though overall I did like the story, acting, direction (the royal storyline always seems to get that much extra care), the mysterious 'Baron' character's volga was a little disappointing: he's basically just an eee-ville pufferfish. That's not threatening enough. Voodoo icon deserved better.

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    Re: grimm

    Native Son, yeah, except for having the zombie drug be an excretion of a wesen,** rather than a concoction from herbs and bufo toad.

    And yeah, the Baron's* woge** was pretty stupid-looking.

    I must say, though, it's the whole trope of shambling pseudo-dead people that I'm sick of seeing on TV. Don't really care if they're just drugged, real dead people, controlled by evoll aliens, or what have you.

    * way to insult the deities of a living religion, asshole writers
    ** German-sounding words, with only slightly wacky spellings that I'm getting from the captions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    woge
    Is that how it's spelt? Damn. I so wanted to get it right. Oops.

    Still on The Waking Dead...

    I have to say I did like the whole Juliette woge reveal scene. It was her first in I don't know how long that didn't make me want to retch all over my TV screen.

    Though if I had a complaint, and I do, it'd be that I think the Eisbiber could maybe stand to tone it down a little. (Just a smidge.)

    He is such a schinken.

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    Yaaaaaaaaaaay.

  35. #85

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    Nick is sexy as a zombie....



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    Re: grimm

    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Is that how it's spelt? Damn. I so wanted to get it right. Oops.
    I cheated. I watched with the captions on.

    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Still on The Waking Dead...
    I hate to do this, but...isn't that show called The Walking dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by ElmosToe View Post
    Nick is sexy as a zombie...
    Making David Giuntoli look UNsexy apparently requires some fairly elaborate makeup. Which this isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    I cheated. I watched with the captions on.

    I find that's the best way to watch TV.



    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    I hate to do this, but...isn't that show called The Walking dead?
    I was even wondering why I wrote that. And then I remembered it was the actual title of that particular episode. You were absolutely right in that the show was just jumping on the zombie-craze bandwagon. And I don't know exactly why, but I do still forgive it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    I find that's the best way to watch TV.
    I find it's the only way for me, anymore. Otherwise it's just pictures on a screen with mumble mumble.
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    Re: grimm

    Yay! Renard is dead!

    And by the way, he left me five million dollars, but I can only get it out of Nigeria if a BELOVED AMERICAN PARTENR will let me use his bank account to transfer it in. If you will do this IN THE NAME OF JESUS CRHIST I will love you forever and let you keep half.

    No?

    Well, Renard also left me this bridge in New York. Wanna buy it?

    No?

    Yet you believe Renard is dead. SMH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    Renard also left me this bridge in New York. Wanna buy it?
    OMG. What's your asking? Wait a minute... Is this a real bridge or just a piccy of a bridge?

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    I love the way Nick says "Cucuy."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    OMG. What's your asking? Wait a minute... Is this a real bridge or just a piccy of a bridge?
    The actual bridge, of course! The owners are in fiscal disarray and have to sell. Isn't it beautiful? You can charge whatever tolls you want.

    Also, call this 419 number to get $millioins depostited in your acoouncts! (You do get it, right?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Críostóir View Post
    The actual bridge, of course! The owners are in fiscal disarray and have to sell. Isn't it beautiful? You can charge whatever tolls you want.

    Also, call this 419 number to get $millioins depostited in your acoouncts! (You do get it, right?)

    this is a SCAM doont give anyone your account number

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRUGER View Post
    this is a SCAM doont give anyone your account number
    OK. *sigh* I guess I have to spell it out.

    I don't think Eric Renard (the Captain's brother) is actually dead. James Frain, who plays him, has not been killed in a car accident or anything, and short of that they would have shown us the crash, or his dead body, or something, if he were really dead.

    What did we get instead? News footage saying he was killed in a crash, with a long shot of a burning car, and a bunch of people saying it's done, we killed him, he's dead.

    Yeah, right.

    It's a SCAM. Probably one perpetrated by Eric, who has clearly (and it's gotten clearer these last few eps) infiltrated the networks allied to Captain Renard.

    SO, to make that point, I said "if you believe this" and pointed to several things that are well known to be scams. Selling the Brooklyn Bridge is the most time-honored one:
    Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
    References to "selling the Brooklyn Bridge" abound in American culture, sometimes as examples of rural gullibility but more often in connection with an idea that strains credulity. For example, "If you believe that, I've got a bridge to sell you." George C. Parker and William McCloundy are two early 20th-century con-men who had (allegedly) successfully perpetrated this scam on unwitting tourists.[61] The 1949 Bugs Bunny cartoon Bowery Bugs is a joking reference to Bugs "selling" a story of the Brooklyn Bridge to a naïve tourist.
    The 419 scams are also well known. (BTW, the misspellings and bad grammar are deliberate in the real scam emails: they're designed to weed out the not-completely-gullible. I imitated them in my posts.)

    So no, don't give your bank account number to someone who emails you. Don't call the 419 Area Code, ever. If you go to New York, don't buy a bridge from anyone, no matter how honest they seem.

    And don't believe that Eric Renard is dead, until they show us his body...and given that this is Grimm, perhaps not then!
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    Re: grimm

    Dumbest Grimm ever. Krampus, my foot.

    Also, apparently it's a rule that cute men other than the star must die on Grimm (referring to part 1).
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    Yay.

    New epi.

  47. #97

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    yay I know it was good
    cant wait till Friday

  48. #98

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    The best thing that can happen to this show is to get rid of Grimm's girlfriend -- She is a total bore! Adds absolutely NOTHING to the premise of the show

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    Quote Originally Posted by knobby View Post
    The best thing that can happen to this show is to get rid of Grimm's girlfriend -- She is a total bore! Adds absolutely NOTHING to the premise of the show
    i disagree, i think they realised that and they are begining to spice up her character

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    I wouldn't have checked out the show if not for this thread, so thank you all for that.
    However, I am having issues with the cardboard sleeve packaging of the DVD box set.

    A lot of the episodes on the discs don't play properly or not at all. I stopped watching past disc 3, disc 1, and 2 have similar stutter issues. At this point I am quitting here and taking back the set to the store, very disappointed.
    Do the other seasons have similar issues?
    Do the Blu-ray sets have a similar problem?

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