Friday, December 12, 2014

'Grimm' 4x3, 4x4, 4x5, 4x6, 4x7 Gif-Tweet-Cap: Reviewing the Season of Trubel

I've been so busy that I missed the last five episodes of Grimm. Rather than do a full five-parter, I decided to review Trubel's part in the last five episode, what with the big goings-on with her in the last episode. The following gifs are also available on this Tumblr post.

In the episode "Last Fight," Nick still doesn't have his Grimm-vision back. A “group” (the Royals, but they don’t know that) wants Trubel to work for them, using one of their FBI biatches to kidnap her, thinking that will convince her to join them. Trubel also helps to take down a fight club by killing one of the ringleaders. It’s OK though, because Nick lies to his department and says that he did it.

In "Dyin’ on a Prayer," Trubel helps to destroy a poop-like mud man by befriending a little boy who grows to trust her. The mud man is the child’s “protector,” so when it attempts to kill Trubel for trying to destroy it, the boy turns on it in order to save her.
In "Cry Luison," Trubel protects Nick from a Wesen called Shaw, all because Bud and his friends can’t keep their mouths shut about Nick losing his Grimm powers.
Somewhere along the line, Josh shows his face, with company. Everyone (except our good guys) still believes that Josh has the key, so they are chasing him down to find it. Without any Grimm powers, and his Grimm father now dead, he has no way to protect himself. So he’s on the road, but we don’t yet know where he’s headed.
In "Highway of Tears," Nick sleeps with Adalind… er, Juliette… er, Juliette, after she has smoked a hat bong to make her look like Adalind. Over the course of the episode, he slowly gets his Grimm powers back, which causes Trubel fans to realize that there is a reason to worry that they may never see their favorite character again. Only one Grimm is required for the show to be called Grimm, after all. Unfortunately, fans were right, but at least we got to keep her for one more episode.

Anyway, Monrosalee sent Trubel to do their dirty work and check on whether Nick and Juliette were finished doin’ the dirty, while they hid at the side of the house.
Trubel also slashed a few tires on the car of one of her annoying “stalkers” who was trying to get her to join them.
Josh then shows up at Nick’s house, with only Trubel there to protect him from the bad guys… while also staying safe from her stalkers. Nick finally has his powers back by the end of the episode, which is a good thing. Somebody has to train the pathetically helpless Josh in the skill of preserving his own life.
In "The Grimm Who Stole Christmas," Shaw’s buddies, thinking that Nick has no powers, have been terrorizing Monrosalee for getting married. They’re like the Wesen version of the Klan. When Josh tags along with Trubel to find out more, Josh ends up knocking out one of them in order to protect Trubel from her own sloppy surveillance.
At the end of the episode, Trubel decides to take off with Josh so she can protect and train him. It’s the only way he will be able to survive without having to be on the run for the rest of his life. Good luck Josh and Trubel! We hope to see you again soon!

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