I don't know why you felt you had to justify watching Grimm over and over again, particularly when that wasn't the question.
You didn't anger me and I certainly wasn't trying to anger you (referencing your bolded statement here). I just find it odd that you would imply I have no idea what a fan is when that had nothing to do with my question at all.
KateBliss wrote: I don't think you know what a fan is...I mean there is a million things that can be discussed about this show. That is what a fan does. Watches the show...falls in love with the characters and plots...wants to discuss the show with others that are fans. Talk about the characters we love, tell everyone what we thought a character was thinking about during a certain scene or why we think they did something. I mean gather as fans to just celebrate the show we love.
Kate, I think you either completely misread my post or you just didn't understand it. You presume because I stated fans watch and re-watch the series over and over that somehow it equates to me not understanding what a fan is. I can assure you, my post was not questioning the depth of fandom or the reason for watching the series over and over again.
I get that fans love the characters or the stories and perhaps somehow relate to the good qualities those characters possess. But that was not what I was asking. Had you read this in detail you would have seen that I stated I have seen very few new topics from those fans who have shared that they watch the series over and over again.
I have read comments from those who have watched the series more than once. Most describe scenes or things never seen the first time or the first multiple times. I am speaking of what took place during the regular series' run, and not of deleted scenes or actor commentaries. My question is this. Do you find that, even though you have viewed the series multiple times, there's not much more that can be discussed?
@GrimmPower wrote: ".......and what about Renard?"
Nick isn't a choice, so I can't go with him. I found Juliette annoying at first, but then I got used to her. I guess I would have to say the character I found most consistently annoying is Monroe. I liked him most of the time except when he had his know it all attitude.
I don't think the Grimms were the ones who split it. I think they found the shard. In my opinion, if a shard of the staff could be removed, it would take a person of great power and then it would have to do be done carefully.
Right. Who split it?
If the stick can "sense" the thoughts of the person possessing it, wouldn't it protect itself from being split?
There still is the issue that Monroe was by himself when he confided to Nick that he might not be able to control himself. He never said anything about a pack mentality controlling him.
I don't recall what she said. What was it?
Does the hexenbiest really exert control over its host, like Adalind told Rosalee?
I would say, judging from the series that wesen marrying humans is the rarity rather than the norm. It would take a very strong human to be able to accept that wesen are not they type of human they are accustomed to. Then there are children to consider. On the wesen side of things, I could see them thinking that humans would never be able to understand their culture. They, I think would also be concerned at the children such a relationship might produce.
I would have to say Nick with the staff is the most powerful. Eve and Diana are powerful, but only Nick has the power to alter time.
I don't hate either of them. Without characters going to the dark side from time to time, there is no balance in the series. Aside from that, it's a credit to both actors that they can instill such controversy among fans.
Monroe and Rosalee are way ahead. That is great.
I would have to say Monroe and Rosalee. They were a mixed couple who had to fight for their rights to be a mixed couple. I also thought the two of them had the best chemistry together in the series. Their relationship was real and based on love, not magic.
You forgot to add hexenbiests. It takes great strength to be able to throw someone across the room using only your mind.
GrimmPower wrote: I do not want Nick to take Renard’s place as Diana’s dad (I never really liked that child). That’s not the issue. We are taking about Nick being the person referred to as “dad” in the epilog - when Diana is taking to Kelly. Diana is referring to Kelly’s dad, i.e. Nick. That is the only logical and story-consistent conclusion. It has also been confirmed by the writers. You can keep saying “it....just....never....happened” until you get blue in the face, you have provided no evidence or persuasive argument that I (and apparently "everyone" else) misunderstood the epilog and the writers confirmation.
Where was this so called interview where the question was asked and the writers confirmed that it was Nick being referred to in the epilogue?
GrimmPower wrote: There was NO “factors in the scripts”, saying that Nick was replayed by Renard at the last second without anyone, except you, knowing about it – just wishful thinking on your part.
That's not what I said. I said there WERE important factors in the scripts themselves that point to RENARD being Diana's Dad. There was nothing 20 years later that indicated Nick somehow had taken Renard's place as Diana's Dad. I know you desperately want it to be so, but it....just....never....happened.
And as of this reading, I have yet to see anything from you showing positive proof that Renard couldn't have come along on the wesen murder spree.