“Only you shall not eat the blood; only you shall pour it out on the earth like water.”
“Star-Crossed” is the February 12 episode of “Grimm.” Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight’s episode. “Grimm” airs Friday nights at 8 p.m. CT on NBC.
All right, it’s happening. Meisner told Trubel that he wants to meet anyone from Team Grimm that is willing to work with Hadrian’s Wall. Wait, just kidding because it never happened. While it was appreciated that we got to see Nick going around and asking everyone whether or not they wanted to work with Hadrian’s Wall, we never actually got the meeting.
It was such a let down. You get all hyped up waiting for everyone to finally meet, and then it never happened. Hadrian’s Wall is where the excitement is, so let’s not drag out Team Grimm joining forces with them for too much longer. Were you disappointed?
Speaking of Hadrian’s Wall, since they are so clandestine, it’s hard to really follow along and understand what their mission was. It was great to see Trubel on the computer to track down a guy, and Eve’s interrogation was insanely creepy, but we were provided with so many details that it felt like we should have been able to understand the stakes and what was going on. Then when you can’t fully wrap your mind around it, you get frustrated.
Of course it doesn’t help that we know nothing about Black Claw leadership. Well, it seems like Hadrian’s Wall knows a thing or two about them, but Team Grimm (and us as viewers) know nothing. What did you think of the time spent with Hadrian’s Wall? Were you able to follow along?
What did you think of Eve’s powers? She was taking away orifices, and it was insane. It’s unclear if this is normal Hexenbiest skills or if Eve is something beyond a Hexenbiest. Honestly learning more about Eve’s powers was the best thing about our time with Hadrian’s Wall.
Renard’s new love affair and his endorsement of Andrew Dixon isn’t all that entertaining, mainly because it’s just happening out there away from everything else. There’s this little red flag that goes off every time. Something feels off about Andrew Dixon. Is anyone else start to think that he might be a higher up Black Claw member or is this just extreme paranoia?
Oh right, the case of the week. It wasn’t anything special. The only good thing about it was that it dealt with Black Claw. We are constantly seeing different facets of their operation, which is great. If only the cases themselves would get more entertaining.
What did you think of the episode? Leave your thoughts in a comment below.