Whether you're single, loved up, or somewhere in between, Valentine's day offers every TV aficionado at least one episode per year in which to see their favorite couples in a more romantic setting.
A series of Valentine's themed episodes have been playing out over just about every Network this week, but none of the offerings come close to what NBC's Grimm has in store for its fans this Friday.
This week, the gang will head off for a beautiful weekend getaway, partly to celebrate Monroe's birthday, and partly to celebrate their enduring friendship.
And if you're thinking 'birthday weekend' doesn't exactly scream romance, don't worry there are moments to warm the heart of just about every shipper.
Fans who tune in will get to witness the timeless love between Adalind and Monroe, Eve and Nick and of course Nick and Rosalee. Then there's Monroe and Eve, and let's not even get started on Hank and Wu.
That's right. Friday's "Blind Love" will see our favorite characters in a whole new light. Better buckle up because this is going to be one weird and wacky ride.
We've seen the episode a little early, thanks to our friends at NBC, and have a collection of tidbits and teasers to share with you below. As always we avoid outright spoilers and reveals that would ruin your experience of the episode, but we urge you to take a little caution anyway. One man's teaser is another man's spoiler as the old saying we just made up goes.
Crazy, Stupid Love
This week Grimm has its tongue planted firmly in its cheek this week with a series of escalating comedy nuggets that border on the farcical — and we loved every absurd minute.
Prepare to see our loved up friends gradually slide into utter chaos, cat fighting, hair pulling and name calling as they each begin to feel overwhelmed by just how much love there is to go around.
We mentioned some crazy pairings at the top of this article, but none made us laugh harder than Hank’s. Just who is the subject of Hank’s untamed ardor? We’re not saying, but we think you’ll love it.
(Editor’s Note: Back when ScreenSpy was Chevron One some 5 years ago, I did a phone interview with Russell Hornsby. These things generally take about 20 minutes. Russell stayed on the line with me for an hour, during which time he had me cracked up with laughter with his anecdotes and impressions. He does a flawless London accent, by the way. Kudos to Russell who gets to shine a little of that great comedic light in Friday’s episode.)