TV RECAP: ‘Grimm’ Episode 302: ‘PTZD’

Grimm - Season 3

Nick is running crazily through the woods as Monroe and Hank are trying to track him. He sees a family coming home and chases after them. He breaks into the house and corners the father of the family. Hank and Monroe get there just in time to lure Nick out of the house.

Nick chases them into a barn, and they are able to trap him inside. Captain Renard, Rosalee, and Juliette arrive as the father shows up with a gun. They manage to get the man back into his house, and head into the barn to help Nick. Captain Renard and Monroe woge, and eventually Rosalee is able to inject Nick with the antidote. They take Nick away before the cops arrive.

When they get Nick back to the spice shop, they give him a second dose of the antidote. Nick is flailing around, so they handcuff him to the bed. Nick eventually wakes up, but does remember anything after fighting the Baron in the shipyard.

Captain Renard receives a text from his informant saying that the job has been done. Renard checks the news online to see that his brother was killed in a car explosion in Vienna. Renard’s informant is on a train headed on vacation as instructed. Something tells me Eric is not really dead, but I guess time will tell.

Sgt. Wu informs Captain Renard that one of the men that Nick attacked at the bar has died. The Captain lets Hank, Rosalee, Juliette, and Monroe know, and they all decide to lie to save Nick. The Captain had already stolen the security footage from the bar the night of the attack.

After meeting with the others to go over their story, Juliette returns home where Nick has been sleeping. His color has turned white, and he appears to be dead. Juliette tries to revive him, but he doesn’t respond. As she is calling 911, Nick wakes up perfectly fine as though nothing has happened. Though is a little worried that he looked dead a minute earlier.

When the police come to interview Juliette, they mention to Nick that a man that was attacked died. The others were trying to keep this fact from Nick. Nick is determined to turn himself in, as he did kill a man, whether or not he meant to. Captain Renard tries to change Nick’s mind by showing him the security footage. The man that he killed was coming after him with a knife. After Hank talks to Nick, Nick decides not to turn himself in. Not right away at least.

Adalind has collected all of the dead flowers in the field, and must now put them in Frau Pech’s body and sew it back up. She must then fill a bucket with blood after the body re-opens. She then spreads the blood on her stomach, which turns to a red skull before being absorbed (I guess by the baby).

  • Jay
    November 4, 2013 at 6:51 pm

    The scene with the flowers may be the single grossest thing I’ve ever witnessed… though a very apt analogy to RI politics.

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