Grimm: Mishipeshu
April 17, 2015 6:42 PM - Season 4, Episode 18 - Subscribe

An investigation leads Nick and Hank to the path of a Native American power quest; Juliette's behavior gets her in trouble with the law; Rosalee and Monroe turn to Captain Renard for help.

*Renard punches a guy out and steals his wallet for no apparent reason.
posted by oh yeah! (8 comments total)
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Well, looks like Renard's flashback to the kiss dashes any hope I had that the Juliette/Renard hookup was imaginary. But with his randomly mugging the guy at the coffee truck, I guess it's meant to be part of a pattern of his descent into insanity? Considering Juliette's new cruel streak, she's bound to tell Nick about it whenever it will wreak the most havoc.
posted by oh yeah! at 5:47 AM on April 18, 2015 [1 favorite]

I'm still hoping it was all an halucination. Not sure where they're going with Renard, but it looks like crazy town.

Also, it was a bit of a filler episode. Nothing really happened.
posted by zinon at 6:05 AM on April 18, 2015

That was the second time we've seen Deputy Farris, and I suspect we'll be seeing her again.
posted by homunculus at 10:04 AM on April 18, 2015

I would be okay with Juliette and Nick splitting up. The Renard story seems interesting but I hope they don't drag it out. Did he really not remember punching out that guy or was he lying to protect himself?
posted by Ik ben afgesneden at 5:03 PM on April 18, 2015

Hard to tell anything with Captain Renard. He's been playing his cards close to his chest for so long, he can't even be honest with himself.
posted by Mogur at 6:53 AM on April 19, 2015

Although I do enjoy his sense of humour.

Wu: How much crime is Wesen-related?
Renard: All of it. (with a deadpan expression)
posted by Mogur at 8:49 AM on April 19, 2015

Was that meant to be humor? Or was it said in an overly-literal way and taken differently? I felt like you could assume "all of it, one way or another" could mean there's just so many wessen that there's going to be at least one associated with it as cop, criminal, or victim. Or that eventually a wessen signs the reports and timesheets :)
posted by phearlez at 11:07 AM on April 20, 2015 [1 favorite]

It reminded me of one of his lines in S1, somewhere in the middle (I think): Nick says something like, "Turns out that 'x' is Wesen!" in a suprised voice, and a jaded Renard mutters, "At this point, who isn't?"
posted by Mogur at 3:51 PM on April 21, 2015

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