|Grimm (TV Series)|
|Genre:|| Supernatural drama|
|Production Companies:|| Universal Television|
Hazy Mills Productions
Open 4 Business Productions
|Distributor:||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Filming Locations:||Portland, Oregon & the surrounding metropolitan areas|
|Creators:|| Stephen Carpenter|
|Starring:|| David Giuntoli|
Silas Weir Mitchell
|Country of Origin:||United States|
|Original Run:||October 28, 2011-present|
|No. of Episodes:||58|
Grimm is a television show filmed and set in Portland, Oregon. The show was created by Stephen Carpenter, David Greenwalt, and Jim Kouf. Greenwalt and Kouf are 2 of the 5 executive producers along with Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, and Norberto Barba. The show premiered on October 28, 2011 on NBC. Each episode begins with an imposed excerpt usually referencing the theme of the episode.
Season 1 began filming with the "Pilot" in March 2011, while the rest of the season continued filming in July 2011. Season 1 ran from October 28, 2011 until May 18, 2012 and the season 1 DVD and Blu-ray sets were released on August 7, 2012.
Season 3 began filming on July 15, 2013 and started airing on October 25, 2013.
|Name||Character||Seasons||No. of Appearances||First Episode|
|David Giuntoli||Nick Burkhardt||1-3||58||"Pilot"|
|Russell Hornsby||Hank Griffin||1-3||57||"Pilot"|
|Bitsie Tulloch||Juliette Silverton||1-3||58||"Pilot"|
|Silas Weir Mitchell||Monroe||1-3||58||"Pilot"|
|Sasha Roiz||Sean Renard||1-3||58||"Pilot"|
|Bree Turner||Rosalee Calvert||1-3||34||"Island of Dreams"|
|Claire Coffee||Adalind Schade||1-3||30||"Pilot"|
Recurring Guest StarsEdit
|Norberto Barba||1-3 (became an EP starting with "Bears Will Be Bears")|
|Naren Shankar||1 (no longer an EP after "Three Coins in a Fuchsbau")|
|Marc Buckland||1 ("Pilot" only)|
|Dan E. Fesman||8||1-3|
|Thomas Ian Griffith||4||2-3|
|Thania St. John||3||1|
|Mary Page Keller||1||2|
|Clark Mathis||3||1 & 3|
|Rashaad Ernesto Green||1||3|
|Paul A. Kaufman||1||3|
|Stefania Vaduva Popescu||2-3|
Physically appeared WesenEdit
|Physically appeared Wesen|
|Aswang||Ghoul-like creature||Season 3||"Mommy Dearest"|
|Balam||ɓaa-LAAM (In Yucatec: "jaguar")||Jaguar-like creature||Season 2||"La Llorona"|
|Bauerschwein||BOW-ur-shvine (In German: Bauer "farmer" + Schwein "pig")||Pig-like creature||Season|
1 & 3
|"The Three Bad Wolves"|
|Blutbad||BLOOT-baat (In German: Blut "blood" + Bad "bath")||Wolf-like creature||Season 1-3||"Pilot"|
|Coyotl||koh-YOO-tuhl (In Nahuatl: "coyote")||Coyote-like creature||Season 2||"Bad Moon Rising"|
|Cracher-Mortel||CRA-shay mor-TEL (In French: Cracher "to spit" + Mortel "deadly" or "mortal")||Puffer fish-like creature||Season 2-3||"The Waking Dead"|
|Dämonfeuer||DAY-mon-foy-ər (In German: Dämon "demon" + Feuer "fire")||Dragon-like creature||Season 1||"Plumed Serpent"|
|Dickfellig||DIK-fay-likh (In German: "thick-skinned")||Rhinoceros-like creature||Season 1||"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Drang-Zorn||drahng-tsorn (In German: Drang "urge, stress" + Zorn "wrath")||Badger-like creature||Season 2||"The Bottle Imp"|
|Eisbiber||ICE-bee-bur (In German: Eis "ice" + Biber "beaver")||Beaver-like creature||Season 1-3||"Danse Macabre"|
|El Cucuy||el KOO-koo-ee (In Spanish: el Coco "the Bogeyman")||Vigilante-type creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Fuchsbau||FOOKS-bow (In German: "fox hole" or "burrow")||Fox-like creature||Season 1-3||"Organ Grinder"|
|Fuchsteufelwild||FOOKS-toy-fuhl-vilt (In German: fuchsteufelswild "furious as a fox-devil")||Goblin-like creature||Season 2||"Nameless"|
|Geier||GY-ər (In German: "vulture")||Vulture-like creature||Season 1||"Organ Grinder"|
|Gelumcaedus||GAY-loom-KY-dus (In Latin: Gelum "coldness" + Caedis "kill")||Alligator-like creature||Season 3||"Cold Blooded"|
|Genio innocuo||JEE-nee-oh in-NO-koo-oh (In Latin: Genio "genius" + Innocuo "harmless")||Tortoise-like creature||Season 2||"The Other Side"|
|Glühenvolk||GLOO-in-folk (In German: Glühen "glow" + Volk "people")||Alien-like creature||Season 2||"Endangered"|
|Hässlich||HAYS-likh (In German: "ugly, nasty")||Troll-like creature||Season 1||"Pilot"|
||HEK-sən-beest (In German: Hexe "witch" + Biest "beast")
TSOW-bər-beest (In German: Zauber "magic" or Zauberer "wizard" + Biest "beast")
|Witch-like creature||Season 1-3||"Pilot"|
|Höllentier||HØ-lehn-teer (In German: Hölle "hell" + Tier "animal")||Hellhound-like creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Hundjäger||HOONT-yay-gər; (In German: Hund "dog" + Jäger "hunter")||Hound dog-like creature||Season 1-3||"Cat and Mouse"|
|Jägerbar||YAY-gər-bar (In German: Jäger "hunter" + Bär "bear")||Bear-like creature||Season 1||"Bears Will Be Bears"|
|Jinnamuru Xunte||JIN-nuh-muh-ROO CHOON-tay (In Eastern Maninkakan: jinne "evil spirit" + muruxuntee "person with a limp")||Fly-like creature||Season 2||"Mr. Sandman"|
|Klaustreich||KLOW-shtrykh (In German: klauen "steal" + Streich "prank/trick" or alternatively Klau(e) "claw" + Streich "stroke")||Alley cat-like creature||Season|
1 & 3
|"The Thing With Feathers"|
|Königschlange||KOE-nig-shlaa-nguh (In German: König "king" + Schlange "snake")||King cobra-like creature||Season 2||"Over My Dead Body"|
|Koschie||KAH-shee (In Russian: Коще́й "Koshchey")||Radioactive skeleton-like creature||Season 3||"Red Menace"|
|Krampus||KRAAM-puus (In German: Krampen "claw")||Anti-Santa creature||Season 3||"Twelve Days of Krampus"|
|Lausenschlange||LOW-zin-shlo-nguh (In German: Laus "louse" + Schlange "snake")||Snake-like creature||Season 1||"Of Mouse and Man"|
|Lebensauger||LAY-bən-zow-gər (In German: Leben "life" + sauger "sucker")||Leech-like creature||Season 2||"The Hour of Death"|
|Löwen||LØ-vin (In German: "lion")||Lion-like creature||Season 1-2||"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Luisant-Pêcheur||lw-EE-zah pesh-UR (In French: Luisant "shiny" + Pêcheur "fisher")||Otter-like creature||Season 2||"Kiss of the Muse"|
|Malin Fatal||MAH-leh fə-TAL (In French: Malin "malicious" + Fatal "fatal")||Boar-like creature||Season 3||"Red Menace"|
|Manticore||MAN-tə-kor (In English: Manticore; from Early Middle Persian: Martyaxwar "a legendary Arabian cryptid")||half lion, half scorpion-like creature||Season 3||"The Good Soldier"|
|Mauvais Dentes||MO-vay don (In French: Mauvais "bad" + Dents "teeth")||Saber-toothed tiger-like creature||Season 2||"Bad Teeth"|
|Mauzhertz||MOWTS-hairts (In German: Maus "mouse" + Herz "heart")||Mouse-like creature||Season 1-3||"Of Mouse and Man"|
|Mellifer||MEL-ə-fər (In Latin: Mellis "honey" + Ferre "to bear")||Bee-like creature||Season 1||"Beeware"|
|Murciélago||Mur·cié·la·go (In Spanish: "bat")||Bat-like creature||Season 1||"Happily Ever Aftermath"|
|Musai||moo-ZY-ee (In Ancient Greek: Μοῦσαι "muses")||Muse-like creature||Season 2||"Kiss of the Muse"|
|Naiad||NY-ad (In Middle English: ""water nymph"")||Mermaid-like creature||Season 3||"One Night Stand"|
|Nuckelavee||noo-keh-LAA-vee (In Scottish Gaelic: Nuckelavee)||Horse-like creature||Season 2||"Quill"|
|Pflichttreue||PFLIKHT-troy-ə (In German: "one who is dutiful")||White panther-like creature||Season 3||"Stories We Tell Our Young"|
|Raub-Kondor||ROWB kohn-dorr (In German: Raub "robbery" + Kondor "condor")||Condor-like creature||Season 2||"Endangered"|
|Reinigen||RY-ni-gin (In German: "to clean")||Rat-like creature||Season 1-2||"Danse Macabre"|
|Schakal||SHAAK-aal (In German: "jackal")||Jackal-like creature||Season 1-3||"Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"|
|Scharfblicke||SHAARF-blik-uh (In German: Scharf "sharp" + Blicke "sight", "look" or "view")||Owl-like creature||Season 2||"Face Off"|
|Seelengut||ZAY-luhn-goot (In German: "kindhearted")||Sheep-like creature||Season 2||"The Good Shepherd"|
|Seltenvogel||ZEL-tən-voh-gəl (In German: Selten "rare" + Vogel "bird")||Extremely rare bird-like creature||Season 1||"The Thing With Feathers"|
|Siegbarste||ZEEG-bars-tuh (In German: Sieg "victory" + Barst "burst, broken")||Ogre-like creature||Season 1||"Game Ogre"|
|Skalengeck||SKAA-lən-gek (In German: Skalen "measuring scales" + Geck "fop")||Lizard-like creature||Season 1-2||"Pilot"|
|Skalenzahne||SKAA-lin-tsaa-nuh (In German: Skalen "scales" + Zähne "teeth")||Crocodile-like creature||Season 1||"Last Grimm Standing"|
|Spinnetod||SHPIN-nuh-toht (In German: Spinne "spider" + Tod "death")||Spider-like creature||Season 1-2||"Tarantella"|
|Stangebär||SHTAA-nguh-bair (In German: Stange "rod, spear" + Bär "bear")||Porcupine-like creature||Season 2||"Quill"|
|Steinadler||STINE-ad-lur (In German: Stein "stone" + Adler "eagle")||Hawk-like creature||Season|
1 & 3
|"Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"|
|Taureus-Armenta||TAH-ree-oos arr-MIN-tuh (In Latin: Taureus "bull", "ox" + Armenta "cattle for ploughing")||Minotaur-like creature||Season 2||"Volcanalis"|
|Wendigo||WIN-dee-go (In Algonquian: "evil spirit" or "cannibal")||Savage, human-like creature||Season 2||"To Protect and Serve Man"|
|Wildermann||VIL-dər-maan (In German: Wilder "wild" + Mann "man")||Bigfoot-like creature||Season 1||"Big Feet"|
|Wildesheer||VIL-dəs-hair (In German: Wildes "wild" + Heer "army")||Wolf-like creature||Season 3||"The Wild Hunt"|
|Yaguaraté||YAH-gwar-et-aye (In Spanish: Yaguareté "jaguar")||Jaguar-like creature||Season 3||"Eyes of the Beholder"|
|Ziegevolk||TSEE-guh-folk (In German: Ziege "goat" + Volk "people")||Goat-like creature||Season 1-2||"Lonelyhearts"|
|La Llorona||lah yor-OH-nuh (In Spanish: "The Weeping Woman")||Ghost||Season 2||"La Llorona"|
|Volcanalis||vohl-kuhn-AL-is (In Latin: "The Flamen of Vulcan")||Demon||Season 2||"Volcanalis"|
Mentioned/Seen in Grimm Diaries only WesenEdit
|Mentioned/Seen in Grimm Diaries only Wesen|
|Faeteo fatalis||FAY-tee-oh fə-TALL-is (In Latin: Faeteo "stinking" + Fatalis "deadly")||Skunk-like creature||Season 3||"El Cucuy"|
|Gefrierengeber||gə-FREE-rən-guh-BAIR (In German: Gefrieren "to freeze, forming ice or frost" + Gebär "birther")||Unknown||Season|
1 & 3
|"Let Your Hair Down"|
|Mordstier||MORT-shteer (In German: Mord "murder" + Stier "bull")||Bull-like creature||Season 1-2||"Game Ogre"|
|Rißfleisch||RISS-flysh (In German: Riss "tore, ripped" or Riss "the kill of a predator -> prey" + Fleisch "flesh, meat")||Tiger-like creature||Season 1-2||"Game Ogre"|
|Rotznasig Carcaju||ROHTS-naa-zig kar-KAH-zhu (In German: Rotznasig "snot-nosed") + (In French: Carcaju "wolverine")||Wolverine-like creature||Season 2||"Bad Teeth"|
|Schneetmacher||SHNAYT-maakh-ər (In German: Schnee "snow" and Schneien "to snow" + Macher "maker")||Unknown||Season 1-3||"Tarantella"|
|Shnabeltiermörder||SHNA-bəl-teer-MØR-tər (In German Schnabeltier "platypus" + Mörder "murderer")||Platypus-like creature||Season 3||"The Good Soldier"|
|Trasque||Trasque (In French: Tarasque "a legendary Galatian dragon")||Dragon-like creature||Season 3||"The Good Soldier"|
|Waage||VAA-guh (In German: "[weighing] scales")||Unknown||Season 1||"Pilot"|
|Waschbar||VAASH-bar (In German: "raccoon")||Raccoon-like creature||Season 1||"Organ Grinder"|
Portland Police detective Nick Burkhardt thinks that he has his life all planned. He is a successful detective, has a good working relationship with his boss Captain Renard, his partner Hank Griffin and other officers in the precinct, he has just purchased an engagement ring, and is planning to ask his girlfriend Juliette Silverton to marry him. All his plans are called into question when he sees an attractive young woman suddenly morph into a hag, a change that nobody else notices. Later that day in the precinct a man being charged briefly changes into a lizard-like being, and again no one but him notices. That evening, Nick's aunt Marie Kessler visits him and Juliette. Aunt Marie has cancer and does not have long to live, but before she dies, she has something to tell Nick.
Aunt Marie tells Nick that he is descended from a line of creature hunters, known as Grimms who have the responsibility to protect the rest of mankind from the creatures who are known as Wesen. She also tells him that the trailer she brought with her contains information and equipment to help him in his task. Aunt Marie gives Nick a small antique key, and tells him to protect it with his life as "they" want it.
With help from Monroe, a Blutbad he met while working on case, and Rosalee Calvert, a Fuchsbau, Nick deals with crimes involving several different types of Wesen ranging from the bear-like Jägerbars to the rat-like Reinigen. He soon discovers that there are several inimical Wesen species such as the Hexenbiester and the Blutbaden to the hound dog-like Hundjäger and the Hässlichen. He soon realizes that his unique status as Grimm and cop enables him to become a force for peace, both within the Wesen community and the interactions between Wesen and humans. This, however, does cause problems for Hank as his encounters with the Wesen world cause him to doubt his sanity.
Whilst not knowing what the key represents, he comes to appreciate its value to some factions within the Wesen community when the Hexenbiest, Adalind Schade, nearly kills Hank to make him surrender it. In the process of saving Hank, Nick causes Adalind to lose her Wesen spirit and powers, but not her magical knowledge. In an act of revenge Adalind causes Juliette to fall into a magically induced coma.
The season ends with Nick's mother helping him defeat one of the assassins who had killed his father and who Nick also thought killed his mother, in an abortive attempt to take possession of the Coins of Zakynthos, an artifact that had come into Nick's possession earlier in the year.
The season starts where the previous one ended; with Nick being reunited with his mother, Kelly Burkhardt. She decides that a lengthy stay would be counter-productive, and so leaves after a few days taking the Coins of Zakynthos with her to supposedly destroy them.
Sean Renard wakes Juliette from her coma after taking a potion brewed by Adalind's mother, revealing himself to be a half-Zauberbiest and a Royal in the process. The potion has the unexpected side effect of causing Sean and Juliette to become dangerously obsessed with each other. This situation requires all of Rosalee's apothecary skills to resolve.
Her obsession with Sean Renard is not the only result of Juliette's coma, as she is unable to remember her relationship with Nick. Although she remembers events, she doesn't recall Nick's presence at them. With help from mutual friends and a mystic named Pilar, she slowly begins to regain her memory.
Just before Hank spirals into madness after attacking his therapist and shooting his closet, his abducted god-daughter, Carly Kampfer, woges into a Coyotl during her rescue and Nick is forced to explain about Wesen and that he is a Grimm to prevent him from shooting her. Hank is unsure about the revelations but copes by deciding that he may be crazy, but at least he's not alone.
Adalind conducts affairs with both Sean Renard and his brother Eric with the aim of becoming pregnant and trading the baby with Stefania Vaduva Popescu, the Queen of the Schwarzwald Gypsies, for the return of her powers.
Nick continues to juggle his twin roles of cop and Grimm whilst fending off the attacks of those who seek the key. He finds out the Captain Renard was the instigator of the earlier attempts to take the key, but when he does gain possession of the key, he returns it to Nick.
As Juliette regains her memory she recalls that Nick was trying to tell her something before she fell into a coma, and consults Monroe, who with Rosalee and Bud, introduce Juliette to the Wesen world.
Eric conceives a plan to capture Nick and force Sean to return to Europe using the zombies of Baron Samedi to create chaos in Portland. The season ends with Nick in a coffin in the first stage of a Cracher-Mortel victim; paralysis with a death-like appearance.
|Season One Episodes|
|No. in Season||No. in Series||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|1||1||"Pilot"||Marc Buckland||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf (teleplay)|
David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf
& Stephen Carpenter (story)
|October 28, 2011||6.56|
|Synopsis: Detective Nick Burkhardt is planning to propose. During an unexpected visit by his Aunt Marie, Nick learns that he is one of the last surviving members of the Grimm Family. A Blutbad strikes, killing a local college student and abducting a little girl. Nick learns that he and his family are the targets of creatures.
|2||2||"Bears Will Be Bears"||Norberto Barba||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf||November 4, 2011||6.01|
|Synopsis: A young couple invade the home of a wealthy family for a little fun. They learn too late the the occupants are a family of Jägerbars. It is time for the rite of passage for the young Jägerbar and prey is required.
|3||3||"Beeware"||Darnell Martin||Cameron Litvack & Thania St. John||November 11, 2011||5.18|
|Synopsis: The station is abuzz as Nick and Hank are called to a case where an innocent flash mob results in a gruesome homicide. As Nick delves further into the investigation, he learns more about his unique family history, and finds himself at odds when he and Hank are assigned to protect a dark character from his recent past.
|4||4||"Lonelyhearts"||Michael Waxman||Alan DiFiore &|
Dan E. Fesman
|November 18, 2011||5.44|
|Synopsis: A Ziegevolk is abducting young women for the purpose of breeding with them. Nick Burkhardt and Hank Griffin become involved when one of the women escapes and is run over by an automobile. Meanwhile, another reaper comes to Portland seeking to avenge the death of Hulda.
|5||5||"Danse Macabre"||David Solomon||Jim Kouf &|
|December 8, 2011||4.09|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank's investigation of a dead high school teacher leads them to the school's outcast, Roddy. Nick realizes that there's more to Roddy than meets the eye, and enlists Monroe's help to get through to the troubled teenager before he exacts revenge on the students who wronged him. Meanwhile, Nick learns that his presence is beginning to affect the creature world.
|6||6||"The Three Bad Wolves"||Clark Mathis||Naren Shankar &|
|December 9, 2011||5.43|
|Synopsis: After his house is destroyed by a suspicious explosion, Hap moves in with Monroe. With Hap nearby, Monroe has trouble restraining his wild side. Hap's sister, Angelina Lasser, seeks revenge on a Bauerschwein who continues the legendary battle of Pig vs. Wolf.
|7||7||"Let Your Hair Down"||Holly Dale||Naren Shankar &|
|December 16, 2011||5.16|
|Synopsis: A young Blutbad who was abducted as a child is found to have grown up and to be living as a wild woman in the woods near Portland.
|8||8||"Game Ogre"||Terrence O'Hara||Cameron Litvack &|
Thania St. John
|January 13, 2012||4.65|
|Synopsis: A Siegbarste escapes from prison and returns to Portland with revenge on his mind.
|9||9||"Of Mouse and Man"||Omar Madha||Alan DiFiore &|
Dan E. Fesman
|January 20, 2012||5.92|
|Synopsis: A Mauzhertz summons up an unusual amount of courage and goes on a killing rampage.
|10||10||"Organ Grinder"||Clark Mathis||Akela Cooper &|
|February 3, 2012||4.79|
|Synopsis: Geiers prey on the homeless of Portland, harvesting their organs. Nick wants to tell Juliette that he is a Grimm. Captain Renard gets a warning from the creature world.
|11||11||"Tarantella"||Peter Werner||Alan DiFiore &|
Dan E. Fesman
|February 10, 2012||5.30|
|Synopsis: Lena Marcinko is a deadly heartbreaker who is on a killing spree. Nick and Hank must find and stop her before another man becomes her victim.
|12||12||"Last Grimm Standing"||Michael Watkins||Naren Shankar & Sarah Goldfinger (teleplay)|
Cameron Litvack & Thania St. John (story)
|February 24, 2012||4.79|
|Synopsis: After some parolees go missing, Nick is drawn into a case with a Grimm twist; a creature fight arena. While helping out Nick, Monroe is captured and put into the ring, Nick is the only one who can save him.
|13||13||"Three Coins in a Fuchsbau"||Norberto Barba||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf||March 2, 2012||5.30|
|Synopsis: A jewelry store is robbed and the owner killed, after he eats three gold coins. Nick notices that Harper, Hank, and Renard act strangely after having the coins in their possession. Nick learns something about his past and a link is made to history.
|14||14||"Plumed Serpent"||Steven DePaul||Alan DiFiore &|
Dan E. Fesman
|March 9, 2012||5.05|
|Synopsis: Two brothers try to steal copper from an abandoned warehouse. They have been beaten to the target by a Dämonfeuer and are burned alive for their trouble. When Nick Burkhardt investigates, Juliette Silverton is abducted to lure Nick into a confrontation.
|15||15||"Island of Dreams"||Rob Bailey||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf||March 30, 2012||4.15|
|Synopsis: Nick & Monroe investigate the grisly murder of a Fuchsbau shop owner. Nick believes he has found an ally in the Wesen in his neighborhood; Sgt. Wu gets mixed up in a plan by Adalind to harm Nick through his friends.
|16||16||"The Thing With Feathers"||Darnell Martin||Richard Hatem||April 6, 2012||4.45|
|Synopsis: A weekend retreat with Juliette goes wrong when Nick investigates a domestic dispute she witnessed across the way from their cabin. As Nick gets closer to the truth, the truth of his Grimm secret may be exposed when Juliette is caught in the middle.
|17||17||"Love Sick"||David Solomon||Catherine Butterfield||April 13, 2012||4.96|
|Synopsis: Nick and Juliette join Hank for dinner, where Nick discovers Hank's mystery date is the same Hexenbiest who tried to kill Aunt Marie.
|18||18||"Cat and Mouse"||Felix Alcala||Jose Molina||April 20, 2012||4.56|
|Synopsis: Nick discovers that the suspect in his latest case is a freedom fighter trying desperately to escape the clutches of a creature bounty hunter. Meanwhile, Monroe and Rosalee hide the suspect in a string of murders from the creature bounty hunter.
|19||19||"Leave It to Beavers"||Holly Dale||Nevin Densham||April 27, 2012||4.33|
|Synopsis: As Nick delves into the trailer's weapons cabinet and his inner Grimm, the investigation of a dead construction worker leads him into a long-standing conflict in the creature world. Two reapers are dispatched to kill Nick.
|20||20||"Happily Ever Aftermath"||Terrence O'Hara||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf||May 4, 2012||4.73|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank are called to investigate the mysterious death of a wealthy matriarch, after her stepdaughter loses everything in a Ponzi scheme. Meanwhile, Juliette does some digging into the mysterious death of Nick’s parents in an effort to help him find closure.
Quote: "And they lived happily ever after."
|21||21||"Big Feet"||Omar Madha||Richard Hatem (teleplay)|
Alan DiFiore & Dan E. Fesman (story)
|May 11, 2012||4.45|
|Synopsis: After Juliette stumbles upon a brutal murder, Nick learns the suspected creature, and friend of Monroe, is suffering from a mysterious condition -- the inability to completely return to human form. This mysterious condition leads them to a therapist who’s created an artificial drug to suppress the creature side, with horrifying side effects. Meanwhile, the investigation takes a surprising turn when Hank sees something he can't quite explain.
|22||22||"Woman in Black"||Norberto Barba||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf||May 18, 2012||5.10|
|Synopsis: As Nick delves deeper into his life as a Grimm, a trail of grotesque murders reignites the search for the elusive gold coins. The arrival of a mysterious woman in black begins to get in the way of Nick and Hank’s investigation as extra precautions have to be taken to ensure their safety. Meanwhile, Nick’s ability to keep his true nature secret from Juliette comes to a tipping point.
|Season Two Episodes|
|No. in Season||No. in Series||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|1||23||"Bad Teeth"||Norberto Barba||Jim Kouf &|
|August 13, 2012||5.64|
|Synopsis: As Nick copes with the return of his mother, he must also investigate a string of murders in Portland, which seems to be linked to a sinister conspiracy to kill him. Meanwhile, Juliette is still in her coma.
Quote: "The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned..."
|2||24||"The Kiss"||Terrence O'Hara||Jim Kouf &|
|August 20, 2012||4.90|
|Synopsis: Nick and his mother continue their battle against the Mauvais Dentes. Meanwhile, Rosalee and Monroe are fighting against time to save Juliette from her coma. A showdown occurs when the team finds out more information about the source of Juliette's coma. Meanwhile, Captain Renard deals with his estranged brother.
Quote: "If a man of pure heart were to fall in love with her, that would bring her back to life."
|3||25||"Bad Moon Rising"||David Solomon||Richard Hatem||August 27, 2012||4.67|
|Synopsis: As Hank continues to seek help to cope with the inexplicable sighting he had, an old friend, Jarold Kampfer, needs his help when his daughter goes missing. Nick’s expertise as a Grimm comes in to play as he investigates the disturbing motives linked to the disappearance.
Quote: "Then she began to weep bitterly, and said, 'What can a poor girl like me do now?"
|4||26||"Quill"||David Straiton||David Simkins||September 3, 2012||4.62|
|Synopsis: While investigating an accident site, Nick comes upon a bizarre and gruesome Wesen disease (the "Yellow Plague") that is spreading quickly. A romantic day out for Monroe and Rosalee takes a dangerous turn when they encounter an infected creature that is out for blood. Meanwhile, Captain Renard gets a tip about a dangerous foreign fugitive who’s made his way to Portland.
Quote: "Death stood behind him and said: Follow me, the hour of your departure from this world has come."
|5||27||"The Good Shepherd"||Steven DePaul||Dan E. Fesman||September 28, 2012||5.32|
|Synopsis: When a local reverend reports that his church has been robbed, Nick quickly learns that it’s a Wesen church, and enlists Monroe to check for any suspicious activity regarding the shepherd’s flock. Meanwhile, Nick and Juliette continue to figure out the rules of their relationship as a dangerous opponent lurks in the shadows with his sights on Nick.
Quote: "Dressed in the skin, the wolf strolled into the pasture with the Sheep. Soon a little Lamb was following him about and was quickly led away to slaughter."
|6||28||"Over My Dead Body"||Rob Bailey||Spiro Skentzos||October 5, 2012||5.29|
|Synopsis: Angelina comes back into town with bad tidings as Monroe learns his continued cooperation with the Grimm may come at a high cost. Nick comes to Hank for help to keep Monroe safe and Hank uses this time to get caught up with his knowledge of the Wesen world. Meanwhile, an old European acquaintance pays Captain Renard a visit, but it’s hard to tell if this visit is for business or pleasure.
Quote: "Whilst he thus gazed before him, he saw a snake creep out of a corner of the vault and approach the dead body."
|7||29||"The Bottle Imp"||Darnell Martin||Alan DiFiore||October 12, 2012||5.01|
|Synopsis: After investigating a grisly murder, clues lead Nick and Hank to a seemingly unstable father who is on the run with his daughter. As they learn more about the case they realize that the girl’s father may be the least of their worries. At the spice shop, Monroe finds out filling in for Rosalee isn’t as simple as he’d hoped it would be. Meanwhile, Captain Renard finds himself paying unwarranted attention to more than one woman from his past.
Quote: "Let me out, let me out,' the spirit cried. And the boy, thinking no evil, drew the cork out of the bottle."
|8||30||"The Other Side"||Eric Laneuville||William Bigelow||October 19, 2012||5.03|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank are called to the scene of a murdered high school academic decathlete and learn just how competitive some extracurricular activities can be, and the extremes some coaches and parents will go to give students the best chance for success. In other police matters, Captain Renard deals with an unwanted infatuation while we learn an old accomplice of his has been spending time with his family in Europe. Elsewhere, Monroe continues to manage the spice shop and gets a visit from an unlikely customer.
Quote: "I thought of making myself a beautiful marionette. It must be wonderful, one that can dance, fence and turn somersaults."
|9||31||"La Llorona"||Holly Dale||Akela Cooper||October 26, 2012||6.11|
|Synopsis: Despite the enthusiastic anticipation of the city’s residents for Halloween, a series of horrifying child abductions make their way to Portland, quickly spoiling the holiday spirit. Nick and Hank join forces with Valentina Espinosa, a mysterious detective from Albuquerque, to help find and capture the elusive suspect. Juliette joins their investigation, acting as the precinct’s fill-in Spanish translator. The more Nick digs into the case, the more he realizes the pattern of the kidnapping matches those in the famed Hispanic horror story La Llorona, a story with its roots intertwined with his own family’s history. Meanwhile, Monroe celebrates the holiday in fine style as he teaches the neighborhood bullies a lesson.
Quote: "On many a dark night people would see her walking along the riverbank and crying for her children."
|10||32||"The Hour of Death"||Peter Werner||Sean Calder||November 2, 2012||5.64|
|Synopsis: When a brutal vigilante homicide is made public, it sends Portland’s Wesen community into a frenzy. As Nick investigates further, he discovers a pattern similar to that of a particularly brutal line of past Grimms. Is there another Grimm in town, or is Nick dealing with a sadistic copycat? Meanwhile, Captain Renard takes it upon himself to offer Juliette comfort in handling her on going dilemma with Nick.
Quote: "And branded upon the beast, the mark of his kin. For none shall live whom they have seen."
|11||33||"To Protect and Serve Man"||Omar Madha||Dan E. Fesman||November 9, 2012||5.21|
|Synopsis: Hank starts reflecting on an arrest he made earlier in his career regarding a man who committed murder claiming "self-defense against monsters." With the man’s death sentence rapidly approaching and the knowledge he’s recently gathered from Nick, Hank begins to wonder if there was more truth to the man’s seemingly absurd story then he once thought. Back at the spice shop, Monroe finds himself involved in a situation he never saw coming.
Quote: "The beast was simply the Call of the Wild personified... which some natures hear to their own destruction."
|12||34||"Season of the Hexenbiest"||Karen Gaviola||David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf (teleplay)|
Jim Kouf (story)
|November 16, 2012||5.03|
|Synopsis: Adalind returns to wreak havoc in everyone’s lives and avenge her mother’s brutal death. She has her eyes set on Nick and those closest to him – especially Hank and Juliette. Elsewhere, Captain Renard’s obsession continues to escalate. Meanwhile, a surprise visit at the spice shop gives Monroe more than he ever bargained for.
Quote: "Oh! There is a terrible witch in that house who spewed her poison over me and scratched me with her long fingernails."
|13||35||"Face Off"||Terrence O'Hara||Jim Kouf &|
|March 8, 2013||4.90|
|Synopsis: Nick and Renard finally go head-to-head in light of Nick's discovery, while Juliette and Renard's magnetic attraction reaches dangerous new heights.
Quote: "The will to conquer is the first condition of victory."
|14||36||"Natural Born Wesen"||Michael Watkins||Thomas Ian Griffith &|
Mary Page Keller
|March 15, 2013||4.91|
|Synopsis: The Wesen code of honor comes into question when Nick, Hank and Monroe discover a series of bank robberies with Wesen using true natures as their disguises. Meanwhile, Juliette finds herself tormented by faint, slowly returning memories that cause her to question her mental state.
Quote: "So the animals debated how they might drive the robbers out, and at last settled on an idea."
|15||37||"Mr. Sandman"||Norberto Barba||Alan DiFiore||March 22, 2013||5.00|
|Synopsis: When a mysterious case of sudden blindness causes a woman’s death, Nick and Hank come across a disturbing Wesen that feeds off its victim’s tears. Meanwhile, Adalind contemplates the significance of her new situation, while Juliette continues to work with Rosalee in an effort to fix her memory.
Quote: "Now we've got eyes — eyes — a beautiful pair of children's eyes", he whispered."
|16||38||"Nameless"||Charles Haid||Akela Cooper||March 29, 2013||4.86|
|Synopsis: When a gruesome homicide brings an office party to a screeching halt, Nick and Hank find themselves battling a Wesen on a completely new platform - online. Meanwhile, Juliette’s mysterious hallucinations finally start to take shape, giving them a whole new meaning.
Quote: "Then he seized his left foot with both hands in such a fury that he split in two."
|17||39||"One Angry Fuchsbau"||Terrence O'Hara||Richard Hatem||April 5, 2013||5.13|
|Synopsis: While on jury duty, Rosalee tasks Nick, Hank and Monroe to help stop a defense attorney from using his particular "Wesen wiles" to overturn what should be an open-and-shut murder case. Back at the precinct, Captain Renard brings Nick and Hank in on his own recent dealings with the Verrat, to keep them on their toes. Meanwhile, a return to the trailer brings a flurry of memories of Nick rushing back to Juliette.
Quote: "He sang a sweet song in tones so full and soft that no human ear could resist them nor fathom their origin..."
|18||40||"Volcanalis"||David Grossman||Jim Kouf & David Greenwalt|| April 19, 2013|
April 26, 2013
|Synopsis: Nick finds himself fighting a wildly different sort of nature freak in a desperate attempt to keep a volcano from burying Portland in lava. Meanwhile a pregnant Adalind meets a powerful new ally in Europe. Meanwhile, Juliette seeks out help after becoming overwhelmed by the latest side effect of her recovery - multiple memories of Nick showing up everywhere.
Quote: "The demon came home, and he declared that the air was not clear. 'I smell the flesh of man.'"
|19||41||"Endangered"||David Straiton||Spiro Skentzos||April 30, 2013||5.77|
|Synopsis: Mysterious cow mutilations and reports of glowing creatures put Nick on a case that forces him to question the existence of aliens within the Wesen world. He also meets a strange UFO expert who seems to know more than he’s letting on. Meanwhile, Nick digs further into the key, and Juliette's romantic memories of Nick start coming back in a big way.
Quote: "They'll kill you, and I'll be here in the woods all alone and abandoned."
|20||42||"Kiss of the Muse"||Tawnia McKiernan||Sean Calder||May 7, 2013||5.67|
|Synopsis: Nick discovers a muse-like Wesen with the ability to influence those she gets close to - some with positive results, others with terrifying ones. Nick must find a way to get close without losing himself in the process. Juliette arranges a dinner date with Nick in the hopes of clearing the air, but their plans go awry as the case intensifies. Meanwhile, Rosalee takes her first visit to Aunt Marie’s trailer.
Quote: "Tell me O' Muse, from whatever source you may know them."
|21||43||"The Waking Dead"||Steven DePaul||Jim Kouf &|
|May 14, 2013||5.36|
| Synopsis: Nick and Hank discover a new kind of strange when they investigate suspects being found dead - for the second time. In Europe, Adalind finds herself in the middle of a feud between Frau Pech and Stefania while working over the details of her pending transaction. Meanwhile, determined to remember every last detail to get things started once more, Juliette insists Monroe share with her Nick’s darkest secret - the world of Grimms and Wesen.
Quote: "Papa Ghede is a handsom fellow in his hat and coat of black. Papa Ghede is going to the palace! He'll eat and drink when he gets back!"
|22||44||"Goodnight, Sweet Grimm"||Norberto Barba||Jim Kouf &|
|May 21, 2013||4.99|
Synopsis: Just when things look like they’re back to normal with Juliette, Nick is called to investigate a flurry of rage-fueled assaults happening all over Portland. He goes to Monroe and Rosalee for help battling Portland’s newest wave of "undead." As if that weren’t enough, Captain Renard informs Nick that his brother Eric is in town on family business. Meanwhile, Stefania and Frau Pech methodically use their alliances with Adalind to battle one another.
Quote: "And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest."
|Season Two Webisodes|
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|#1||"Bad Hair Day"||January 16, 2013|
|Part 1, "A Sore Subject": Bud Wurstner shows up at the Spice Shop to meet Monroe and Rosalee, whom Nick Burkhardt recommended he see regarding his hair loss problem. Bud asks if Rosalee has a remedy for hair loss for his "friend", and satisfied with their answer, he excitedly leaves.
Part 2, "A Helping Hand": Rosalee employs the help of Monroe in making the hair regrowth formula.
Part 3, "Friendly Neighborhood Eisbiber": Bud returns to thank Monroe and Rosalee for preparing the formula "for his friend". Rosalee also tries Monroe's "creative" baking, which involved making a dandelion-seaweed cookie.
Part 4, "Late Night Crisis": Bud comes into Rosalee's shop panicking because his hair (and his friend's hair) is growing out of control.
|Season Three Episodes|
|No. in Season||No. in Series||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|1||45||"The Ungrateful Dead"||Norberto Barba||Jim Kouf &|
|October 25, 2013||6.15|
|Synopsis: A panicked Juliette, Monroe, and Rosalee enlist Hank’s help in fending off a zombie hoard while trying to figure out what happened to Nick. Knowing the truth, Captain Renard takes measures to help rescue Nick from the clutches of his brother, Eric. Elsewhere, along with the help of the mysterious Stefania, Adalind finds herself facing her most gruesome task yet in her effort to regain her Hexenbiest abilities.
Quote: "But if I stand at the sick person's feet, he is mine."
|2||46||"PTZD"||Eric Laneuville||Jim Kouf &|
|November 1, 2013||4.96|
|Synopsis: Monroe, Hank, Rosalee and Juliette track down a manic Nick and do all they can to find him and reverse what’s been done to him before he causes any more damage. Meanwhile, Captain Renard does his best to clean up the zombie fallout on all fronts - domestic and international. Elsewhere, the more time Adalind spends with Stefania, the more disturbing things seem to get in her quest to regain her Hexenbiest abilities.
Quote: "It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything in nature is resurrection."
|3||47||"A Dish Best Served Cold"||Karen Gaviola||Rob Wright||November 8, 2013||4.88|
|Synopsis: A series of disturbing crime scenes leads Nick and Hank to the resurrection of an old feud that’s all too familiar for Nick and Monroe. With the news of a royal family member’s demise, several key players start to make their move. Meanwhile despite his recent trauma, Nick finds himself healthier than normal and Monroe and Rosalee talk about moving their relationship forward.
Quote: "Tis Death's Park, where he breeds life to feed him. Cries of pain are music for his banquet."
|4||48||"One Night Stand"||Steven DePaul||Sean Calder||November 15, 2013||5.81|
|Synopsis: When Nick and Hank investigate a drowning death with mysterious marks on the victim’s ankles, they happen upon a group of water-bound Wesen with a deadly postcoital cuddle. Meanwhile, Rosalee starts unpacking her things at Monroe’s, and Captain Renard makes a startling realization about the possible identities of the Royal Baby’s parents.
Quote: "More and more she grew to love human beings and wished that she could leave the sea and live among them."
|5||49||"El Cucuy"||John Behring||Michael Golamco||November 29, 2013||5.73|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank are on the case as repeat instances of apparent vigilantism have whispers of an old Spanish legend making their way through a working-class Portland neighborhood. Elsewhere, Juliette learns the truth about Nick’s mother. Meanwhile, Adalind has a brief scare during her ultrasound.
Quote: "Duérmete niño, duérmete ya... Que viene el Coco y te comerá." ("Sleep child, sleep now... Or else the Bogeyman will come and eat you.")
|6||50||"Stories We Tell Our Young"||Aaron Lipstadt||Michael Duggan||December 6, 2013||6.32|
|Synopsis: Nick faces his toughest challenge yet when he and Hank investigate a case that combines religious phenomenon with the dark dealings of the Wesen Council. Meanwhile, Rosalee is torn when Nick’s case challenges her Wesen loyalties. Elsewhere, Captain Renard leaves town to tend to some "family matters."
Quote: "We don't believe, we only fear."
|7||51||"Cold Blooded"||Terrence O'Hara||Thomas Ian Griffith||December 13, 2013||4.88|
|Synopsis: As a deadly crime spree begins to surface, a century-old urban legend takes shape in Portland's sewers and becomes Nick's latest case. In Europe, Adalind meets Prince Viktor, who’s come to bring those responsible for his cousin Eric’s demise to justice. Meanwhile, Captain Renard responds to the recent attempt on his life.
Quote: "But for the pit confounders, let them go, and find as little mercy as they show!"
|8||52||"Twelve Days of Krampus"||Tawnia McKiernan||Dan E. Fesman||December 13, 2013||4.88|
|Synopsis: After a string of delinquent teens go missing, an old Wesen tale of an evil Santa who brings more than just a lump of coal may be the prime suspect. The investigation intensifies as Nick and Hank take things a little too far. Meanwhile, Monroe enlists Juliette to surprise Rosalee for their first Christmas together with unintended results. Elsewhere, Captain Renard’s tour of Europe brings him closer to tracking down Adalind.
Quote: "O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, How steadfast are your branches..."
|9||53||"Red Menace"||Allan Kroeker||Alan DiFiore||January 3, 2014||5.68|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank investigate a Wesen "healer" whose ability holds risks that far outweigh its rewards. Meanwhile, Juliette takes in a friend when domestic issues escalate and Hank makes a move on his physical therapist Zuri. Elsewhere, Captain Renard finally tracks down Adalind and has a stern warning for her.
Quote: "To kill Koschei the Deathless, first you must find his soul, which is hidden in an egg, in a duck in a lead chest buried beneath an oak tree."
|10||54||"Eyes of the Beholder"||Peter Werner||Thomas Ian Griffith||January 10, 2014||5.33|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank are called to the scene of a gang-related homicide. The case escalates as Zuri, Hank’s physical therapist, and her brother get caught up in the investigation. Meanwhile, Juliette seeks advice from Rosalee in dealing with the news that her friend is Wesen.
Quote: "I am glad 'tis night, you do not look on me, for I am much ashamed of my exchange."
|11||55||"The Good Soldier"||Rashaad Ernesto Green||Rob Wright||January 17, 2014||5.71|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank are called to the gruesome murder of a veteran working in home security. During their investigation, they discover this might be one of several revenge killings regarding a horrifying cover-up involving members of the army and military contractors. On the domestic front, Monroe accompanies Rosalee during her long overdue reunion with her mother and sister. In Europe, Adalind sees hints of what she thinks might be her powers returning.
Quote: "Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot."
|12||56||"The Wild Hunt"||Rob Bailey||Jim Kouf &|
|January 24, 2014||5.88|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank investigate a cop killer who scalps his victims. Meanwhile, Juliette begins to communicate with Nick’s mom via email and Adalind finds herself much closer to delivering her baby than she previously thought. Elsewhere, Monroe's parents decide to surprise him and Rosalee with an early arrival to Portland after learning some exciting news.
Quote: "Come back in the evening, I'll have the door locked to keep out the wild huntsmen."
|13||57||"Revelation"||Terrence O'Hara||Jim Kouf &|
|February 28, 2014||5.32|
|Synopsis: Monroe fights an impossible battle to convince his parents to embrace the life choices he’s made. Meanwhile, Nick turns to Juliette to help him figure out the Wesen aspect of his cop-killing scalper investigation. On the Royal Baby front, Captain Renard learns new information that forces him to contact Adalind in the interest of keeping her and the baby safe from Viktor.
Quote: "Still, after a short time the family's distress again worsened, and there was no relief anywhere in sight."
|14||58||"Mommy Dearest"||Norberto Barba||Brenna Kouf||March 7, 2014|
|Synopsis: A horrible new predator creeps into Portland with its sight set on a young expectant couple who are close friends of Sgt. Wu. Nick and Hank must figure out how to deal with Wu as the investigation escalates. Meanwhile, Adalind prepares for a special delivery while her enemies are hot on her trail.
Quote: "I am going off to a house and entering it like a snake... I will devour their babes and make their hearts ache."
|15||59||"Once We Were Gods"||Steven DePaul||Alan DiFiore||March 14, 2014|
|Synopsis: Nick and Hank find themselves thrown into the middle of an ancient battle and things heat up when the Wesen Council decides to get involved. Monroe and Rosalee fill everyone in on early Wesen history. Meanwhile, Sgt. Wu is still reeling from the events he recently experienced. As things heat up in Europe, one of the Resistance’s most trusted allies gets compromised as he tries to protect Adalind.
|16||60||"The Show Must Go On"||Paul A. Kaufman||Marc Gaffen &|
|March 21, 2014|
|Synopsis: A double homicide leads Nick and Hank to a traveling carnival where the performers are not what they seem. To get a better understanding of what’s going on behind the scenes Monroe and Rosalee go undercover. On the wedding front, Monroe has a really important question for Nick. In Austria, an invaluable member of the Resistance makes the ultimate sacrifice to help Adalind.
|17||61||"Synchronicity"||David Solomon||Michael Duggan & Michael Golamco (story)|
Michael Golamco (teleplay)
|April 4, 2014|
|18||62||"The Law of Sacrifice"||Terrence O'Hara||Michael Duggan & Michael Golamco (story)|
Michael Duggan (teleplay)
|April 11, 2014|
|19||63||"Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen"||Norberto Barba||David Greenwalt &|
|April 18, 2014|
|20||64||"My Fair Wesen"||Clark Mathis||Thomas Ian Griffith & Rob Wright (story)|
Sean Calder (teleplay)
|April 25, 2014|
|Season Three Webisodes|
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|#1||"Meltdown"||October 4, 2013|
|Part 1, "Deep Freeze": Wu and Franco ask Bud if he's seen anything strange and he tells them no. Soon after they leave, one of Baron Samedi's zombies bursts into Bud's repair shop forcing him to run into a disconnected walk-in freezer where he tries to call for help, only to realize his phone is in the other room with the zombie.
Part 2, "On Hands and Knees": When he hears nothing from outside, Bud opens the door and crawls to where he left his phone. Still hidden he calls Nick only to get his voice mail. In his exasperation he makes a noise, and is chased back into his hiding place by the zombie. He tries to call 911, but the call fails due to no service in his hiding spot.
Part 3, "Tight Squeeze": Bud opens the door just enough to get his arm out to make a 911 call. Wu and Franco respond and Bud emerges from the freezer. Suddenly the zombie attacks and all three take refuge in the freezer. Wu calls for backup on his radio.
Part 4, "Dance with the Dämmerzustand": The requested backup arrives, and it's Hank. Hank calls out for Wu and Franco, and when Wu hears him, all three emerge from the freezer. Wu warns Hank about the zombie, but Hank puts his gun away saying that he hasn't had a good fight in months. The zombie advances on Hank who knocks him out with one punch to the face. Wu comments that they had worn him down and Hank is disappointed the fight was so short.
|#2||"Love is in the Air"||February 14, 2014|
|Part 1: Juliette and Rosalee are putting out food and drinks to get ready for a spa party. Once their friends arrive, Juliette says she is wondering why the sales woman still hasn't shown up. Right after she says that, the doorbell rings, so Juliette goes to answer the door. She is surprised that it is a man named Madison instead of a woman, but none of the girls at the party have any problems with him because of his looks. Madison asks if anyone can give him a hand in bringing in the rest of the things from his car.
Part 2: As the party continues, all the girls sit around the living room while Madison shows off the products that he brought to sell including a foot bath that multiple girls are interested in buying one or two of. Juliette goes to the kitchen to take food out of the oven and notices a frog on the kitchen floor. She catches it and Rosalee walks in the kitchen and immediately recognizes what kind of frog it is. She tells Juliette that these kind of frogs are usually eaten by Ziegevolks and briefly explains the pheromones that Ziegevolks can emit when eating the frogs. They quickly jump to the conclusion that Madison is the Ziegevolk and Rosalee tells Juliette how to neutralize the effects of the pheromones. Rosalee says she has everything they need in her car except for the key ingredient; his sweat, so they turn up the temperature in the house and wait.
Part 3: Some of the girls comment on how it's gotten really warm. Rosalee grabs a sleep mask from Madison's products and asks him to demonstrate how to use it. Once he puts it on, Juliette rubs her hands on it to get it to soak up some of his sweat. She takes it off him and she and Rosalee head back to the kitchen. As they finish making the neutralizer, Rosalee tells Juliette that Madison needs to ingest it, which grosses Juliette out.
Part 4: Rosalee puts the frog into the blender. Juliette and Rosalee bring out smoothies for everyone and tells Madison that the blue one is made specially for him. He says he likes it as everyone else drinks theirs. Later, the party ends and the guests start leaving. Rosalee and Juliette wonder why the girls are still flirting with him after he drank his smoothie. Juliette notices one of her friends, Roni, is leaving with Madison to go get a drink. Juliette pulls her to the side to tell her that she shouldn't go out with him because he is bad news, but she can't explain why. Roni says she will be okay and starts to leave. Juliette grabs her arm and tells her she doesn't understand, which causes Roni to woge into a Ziegevolk and tell Juliette that she's the one who doesn't understand and she leaves. Rosalee tells Juliette that Roni is the Ziegevolk and she seems amazed that there is a female Ziegevolk. They realize Madison is the one being affected by the pheromones and both yell his name to try to warn him, but he has already left with Roni.