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No one can understand what has been happening to her but a fellow Hexenbiest.Eve has been feeling the aftereffects of the magical stick's power. (All show descriptions provided by the respective networks.)Refugees from a war-torn country start showing up to seek asylum in a small American town.
You have to remember that the brothers Grimm, they had 200 fairy tales but there’s only 10 or 12 of them that anybody really knows.Enter Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni), Nick's young Grimm protégé who turned back up last week after a long disappearance from the show. "Goodbye, Juliette," she says, calmly, and fires two arrows into the only love interest Nick's had in four seasons. Greenwalt: As she, you know, turned into a Hexenbiest and went kind of wild and then started enjoying her powers and then felt so betrayed by Nick having Adalind’s baby even though it wasn’t Nick’s fault... You know, I don’t think that’s as important as being true to the story. She was quoted as saying the finale would change the show’s course and I was wondering if you wanted to talk a little about what that change of course might be and if you agree with that. I mean Adalind is having that baby it sure looks like and he’s going to have a lot to deal with. Greenwalt: We don’t know is the truth on that one, but he does have some obligation there.it was just the natural way she grew and developed in the course of the season and it seemed like that was something inevitable that had to happen. Greenwalt: I totally agree that it’s going to change the show’s course. So, if Juliette is really gone, it clears the way for a potential Nick and Adalind love story. It feels like a lot of the warnings Nick got from his aunt in season 1 are all sort of coming to fruition now.She has tried hard to hide her condition, but Adalind can feel that something is off with her.There are only a few episodes left in the final season of "Grimm." In a recent interview with Blastr, Bree Turner, who plays Rosalee, talked about the final two episodes.