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Sean Renard, acquaintance, former sexual relationship. Dead . Nick cried out for Juliette to run, but instead of running out the door, she ran to the . At the end of the episode she is released from the hospital and taken home. .. "Cry Havoc". Grimm's "Cry Havoc" lives up to its name, as emotional and physical The hour offered some closure on Nick and Juliette's tumultuous relationship, and season's end to find out where it left Nick, Hank, Trubel, and the rest. GRIMM FINALE RECAP: Cry Havoc, indeed! . So, while I am disappointed that Nick and Juliette's relationship seemingly ended so tragically.
He lets her go and she them promptly turns into evil Juliette, woges, and then proceeds to start beating the crap out of him. She seems close to finishing him when Trubel shows up and shoots her twice in the chest with a crossbow. She unwoges and Nick rushes to her side and holds her, weeping, while she [apparently] dies in his arms. It seems almost as if they wrote the first episodes with the bleeding wounds without knowing what caused them and then filled it in later as an afterthought.
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I assume that the Resistance will keep her in some kind of protected custody. Has Adalind changed her ways, or is she just playing nice because she needs protection? How long will her powers be suppressed? I guess I was kind of right about what happened with Juliette — she did apologize as Juliette before going into biest mode again and almost killing Nick.
Her initially pleading with Nick to kill her maybe makes her death a bit easier — not only did Trubel save Nick, but it was kind of a mercy killing… all of that said, I really wish they could have come up with a different ending. Bitsie Tulloch is so talented, but has been rather underused until this season. I wonder whether it was her decision to leave or if the creators killed her off only as a plot device.
And I wonder about what his relationship with Trubel will be like. She clearly saved him, but she also killed Juliette.
Let us hear your thoughts in the comments! When the mystery man removes his helmet, we see the last person we expected: Meisner, one of the key cogs in the resistance. Sleep, Juliette, sleep Nick grabs her around the neck, ready to throttle the life from this woman whom he once loved.
Instead of walking away, Juliette goes on the offensive, pummeling a docile Nick who refuses to fight her. In a way, this was the only viable outcome for Juliette after such a heinous act but there were several other avenues they could have explored regarding her transformation. The bitterness Juliette allowed to overtake her was understandable but allowing it to cannibalize her original character was a mistake, in my opinion.
First there was the clandestine call she took while riding along with Bud. She promised to be in touch with the Grimm. Has Trubel been in contact with her this entire time or is she just now showing herself?Grimm 4x22 Promo "Cry Havoc" (HD) Season Finale
Based on their short phone conversation, my guess is on it being the former. The only question now is how much of this thread will be explored in Season Five?
Grimm season 4 finale recap: Cry Havoc
The writers may want to steer clear of rehashing another possession storyline but what if Renard had become the gateway and spirits could, while maybe not possess him, escape into our world through him?
So it may not go there but the ominous nature of the other side will rear its ugly head again. Finally, suffer not the children!