Review/Recap Grimm | “Last Fight” (Season 4, #3)

By: Cynthia Ayala

“Nick and Hank investigate a Wesen boxing gym while Elizabeth helps Monroe and Rosalee search for a way to restore Nick’s powers.”

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It sucks that Nick is no longer a Grimm, but at least it offers something new for the show, some tension in the show not only between him and Theresa but also between him and Wu and Juliette. Now, as far as I see it, Theresa being in the show is both a good thing and a bad thing. On the one hand, she offers a lot of, not just by being the only Grimm but by being just a kid who is still trying to figure out her abilities and how to use them. However, this creates a lot of tension for Nick who is growing tired of putting things in her hands, of putting her in danger,
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