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GRIMM: 6 Things to Know About “The Taming of the Wu”

By on April 28, 2016

Pictured: Reggie Lee as Sergeant Wu -- (Photo by: Scott Green/NBC)

Grimm’s back this Friday with “The Taming of the Wu,” an episode that will see our favorite sergeant (Reggie Lee) becoming entangled in an incident that not even he can explain.

Meanwhile, fans will be introduced to the mysterious Claude Bonaporte (guest star Shaun Toub) who arrives in Portland to shake things up for Nick and Adalind.

And while Hank (Russell Hornsby) becomes closer to Zuri (guest star Sharon Leal) back at HW, Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) discovers an unwelcome bond to Adalind that may just help their operation against Black Claw.

We’ve seen the episode a little early and have a collection of teasers to share with you. As always, we do our best to avoid outright plot reveals that would ruin your enjoyment of the episode. However, we urge you to take caution nonetheless, as in the words of famous 16th Century philosopher Robert Balfour, “aint no place on the internet entirely safe from spoilers.” Or words to that effect.

Finally, we can’t begin to tell you how grateful and privileged we feel when you guys share our articles on forums and Wikis around the web. Sometimes though, our entire article is copied and pasted — instead of just a small bit and a link to the original piece. Instead of bringing people to our magazine to read more, this action has the effect of doing the reverse and hurting our readership, and making us cry. (We’re looking at you, IMDB). So please, feel free to dip in and share. We’d really love that. Just don’t eat all the candy in the bag.

Keeping an Eye on Things

Remember that knock to the head Wu received last week when he took off chasing a dog and almost got squished by the bone liquidizer? Well it seems the concussion was enough to land our favorite sergeant in hospital, which is right where we find him this week — on the receiving end of a whole lot of teasing from concerned friends Nick and Hank, who have still yet to discover Wu’s alter ego.

The guys waste no time telling Wu they purchased flowers and chocolates — for themselves — as recompense for having to take time out to visit him. How thoughtful, guys! (Guess who got the flowers and who got the chocolates?)

Jokes aside, this episode will see not just Nick and Hank but Monroe and Rosalee too, becoming concerned about a series of worrisome and escalating behaviors where Wu is concerned. The guys agree to keep an eye on their friend for now, but it seems they aren’t the only ones interested in Wu’s condition.

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