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GRIMM: Exclusive Scoop on “Good to the Bone”

By on April 20, 2016

Pictured: (l-r) Claire Coffee as Adalind Schade, David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt -- (Photo by: Scott Green/NBC)

Friday’s episode of Grimm is trademark action-adventure cut through with some pretty dark moments of black comedy (Wait for the morgue scene, that’s all we’re saying) that will leave you wondering why you’re laughing.

Sidebar: The collective term for the Wesen of the week is “group of grief”  which puts a whole new slant on “murder of crows.”

This latest installment finds Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) in pursuit of a killer who liquefies and removes the bones of his victims. However, this is far from a Wesen killer on a rampage story, as you will soon see.

Meanwhile, Wu’s (Reggie Lee) new wolfly transformation take a dramatic leap that places our favorite sergeant in jeopardy, and while Nick and Adalind (Claire Coffee) struggle with trust issues, Rosalee (Bree Turner) makes a startling observation about Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) and Renard (Sasha Roiz) moves pieces on his board game into their final positions.

We’ve seen the episode a little early, thanks to our friends at NBC, and have a number of teasers to share with you.

As always, we do our best to avoid outright spoilers and plot-reveals that would otherwise ruin your enjoyment of the live-aired episode. However, we urge you to proceed with caution anyway.

Detective Man Dad Time

It seems baby Kelly might be in need of some “Detective Man Dad Time” this week.

He’s not the only one. A lonely Adalind is feeling the confusing sting of Nick’s emotional withdrawal this Friday, and promises to work on resolving their trust issues.

“Trust isn’t a natural thing for us,” she tells Nick, reminding him of that time, really long ago, not now or anything, when she used to be a Hexenbiest. “I think we need to work on that.”

In fact, in a rare moment of trust, Adalind will bring herself to come clean to Nick about a recent and stressful personal development — just not that recent, stressful, personal development.

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