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|"Where the Wild Things Were"|
|Air date:||March 17, 2017|
|Written by:||Brenna Kouf|
|Directed by:||Terrence O'Hara|
|Opening Quote:||The Tempest|
|Co-stars:|| Douglas Tait as Skull Zerstörer|
|Objects:|| Adalind's Ring|
Zaubertrank Recipe Book
Treasure of the Knights Templar
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A MYSTERIOUS PORTAL TAKES EVE AND NICK ON A SURPRISING JOURNEY - Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) goes on a mission to take on the mysterious force she saw in the mirror and finds herself in unfamiliar territory. When the gang discovers what she has done, Nick (David Giuntoli) finds a way to join her. Meanwhile, an uneasy alliance is established when Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz) is brought in to help and discovers this all may be connected to the person he cares for the most, Diana (guest star Hannah R. Loyd). Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Reggie Lee, Bree Turner and Claire Coffee also star.
|Alla Korot||Dasha Karpushin|
|Hannah R. Loyd||Diana Schade-Renard|
Behind the ScenesEdit
- The episode began filming on November 22, 2016.
- Footage from "Into the Schwarzwald", "Set Up", and "The Beginning of the End" was reused (flashbacks).
- This episode ended with a title card reading, "To Be Continued..."
- Oliver Keller, who portrays Blutbad, was credited for the first time; he has previously been a stunt double in several episodes and every season except for season 4.
- The episode picks up soon after "Blood Magic" ended.
- Adalind reveals to Nick that Diana made Renard stab Bonaparte. ("The Beginning of the End")
- Diana sees Adalind woge for the first time.
- Nick goes to "the other place" to help Eve.
- Renard learns about the tunnel, Nick having five the keys, and the Treasure of the Knights Templar that Nick and Monroe recovered in the Black Forest. ("Into the Schwarzwald")
- In the other place, Nick and Eve encounter Zerstörer, the skull-like, green-eyed figure that they'd seen in mirror portals. ("Blind Love") ("The Son Also Rises")
- The title of this episode is a reference to the 1963 children's picture book Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. The book was later adapted into a film of the same name in 2009.
- Monroe references Charon's obol in comparison to how Hexenbiest blood can be used as payment to open the mirror portal and pass through.
- Wu references the 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
- Doug Dawson, who portrays Guard #1, also previously portrayed Eric Sanders in "Star-Crossed".
- Nick had a total of 12 bullets in the Mirror Dimension and fired all of them.
- In a possible continuity error, Adalind knows about the stick this episode without ever previously having been told about it by Nick.