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Five Things To Know About 'Grimm' Season 3

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Grimm doesn’t return until October 25th, but I have a sneak peek of the first two episodes for you. Season two ended with a big cliffhanger. Nick was given the zombie juice by Baron Samedi, then locked in a coffin with forged papers to be shipped off to Austria. So what now? [Warning! Spoilers Ahead!]

Still on zombies, no new Wesens.

The first two episodes of the new season are spent wrapping up the zombie storyline. Though we get some closure, I suspect the zombie-effects will be felt throughout the rest of the season. As such, we do not meet any new Wesens.

Hank wishes he had Wesen power.

Don’t we all.

Nick never makes it out of the country.

The reasons why are a little too spoilery to say. But because of that, we do not get to find out why Eric went to so much trouble to get a Grimm. (Other than the obvious, of course.)

Renard is on Nick’s side.

Blood isn’t thicker than water, as Renard genuinely works to find Nick. Not to find him to save his half-brother’s ass; not to find him to cover his own ass. He is at least as worried as Monroe and Juliette; maybe even more. Suffice it to say, Renard is out for Eric’s blood after this little exercise.

Adalind’s trials come to an end.

Stefania leads Adalind through a long list of trials in order to regain her hexenbiest powers. They are not particularly taxing, but they are really, really gross, including cutting off Frau Pech’s hands and feet, and a fair amount of manual labor. Now we just have to wait to see if it works.

Don't forget to catch up before the new season with our Grimm season 2 recaps!

 

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