Episodes of vicious attacks by Bigfoot-like Wesen known as Wildermann are suddenly rampant. Nick and Monroe discover that the errant Wesen are connected to a psychologist performing medical experiments to help the Wesen control their urges.
Did You Know?
The opening quote - "He stripped off his skin and tossed it into the fire and he was in human form again." - is from the Brothers Grimm fairytale "Hans the Hedgehog". See more
When Monroe says good-bye to Larry, he uses the German proverb "Alles hat ein Ende, nur die Wurst hat zwei" ("Everything has one end, only the sausage has two"). It is rather strange for Monroe (or his dad) to say this at a grave or deathbed because it is more of a cheeky phrase and has nothing to do with being respectful to a deceased person (as Monroe seems to be mourning his death). Today, the phrase is most commonly known as the title of a 1986 song by Stephan Remmler
which deals with relationship issues. See more
Do you know what people do to things they can't explain? I don't want my house torched, man. And I don't want crosses burned at my front yard. I'm just saying this is how legends end up killing innocent people!
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more