Photo from the episode

And to think we thought Grimm wouldn’t make it past Season 2.

Grimm started off strong back in 2011, then suffered a bit of a lull, but soon picked up and never seems to have lost any steam as it barreled through its first four seasons.  Its Season 4 finale “Cry Havoc,” airs next Friday night on NBC, and it sure looks like the gloves are coming off and those dogs of war will be coming out to play.  With last night’s episode “Headache,” the writers for the show proved that there is plenty of great storytelling waiting for us in Season 5.  With so many good series getting cancelled and so many bad series renewed, we’re happy at least this series made the cut again.

The title quote for the finale is the Euripides line: “Stronger than lover’s love is lover’s hate. Incurable, in each the wounds they make.”  Grimm’s writers couldn’t have set up this last act of the season with a more aptly themed climax.Photo from the episode

If you haven’t been keeping up with the show, as with the rest of the series a quick rundown at this point will sound a bit like a horror-esque soap opera.  But it all ended tonight with a scene straight out of the Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman flick Seven.  Who’s in the box?  No spoilers here, but it should make fans of the show pretty angry.  Angry enough to support Nick the Grimm (David Giuntoli) & Co.’s efforts to obtain some well-deserved revenge, on none other than Nick’s girlfriend, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch)?  Is there any redemption possible after what she left in the box for Nick?  It wouldn’t seem so.  And we thought Nick would snap after Juliette destroyed Aunt Marie’s trailer.

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