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I understand where this sentiment is coming from, but you can think of it as the cost of being a Grimm. Nick's Aunt warned him in the Pilot episode (you could say it was more than just a warning actually, more like a strong recommendation) that he needed to leave Juliette in order to keep her out of harm's way.  Of course, then his mother later advised him to the contrary.  It's up to the fans in the end to decide which evidence is best.
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I understand where this sentiment is coming from, but you can think of it as the cost of being a Grimm. Nick's Aunt warned him in the Pilot episode (you could say it was more than just a warning actually, more like a strong recommendation) that he needed to leave Juliette in order to keep her out of harm's way.  Of course, then his mother later advised him to the contrary.  It's up to the fans in the end to decide which advice is best.
   
 
To me at least, I think Kelly was the one who was right in the end, and that's because in the final season, Eve tells Nick that despite everything that had happened, she accepted who she was and had become, telling him that everyone had changed for the better.  I think by the finale, Eve was a stronger version of Juliette -- with more purpose, determination, but with Juliette's humanity and empathy still intact.  Nick and Juliette may not have ended up together, but they both ended up better off I think. Of course, it took that final speech from Eve to officially convince Nick of this; so what was a very tragic event in the short term ended up being good in the long term.
 
To me at least, I think Kelly was the one who was right in the end, and that's because in the final season, Eve tells Nick that despite everything that had happened, she accepted who she was and had become, telling him that everyone had changed for the better.  I think by the finale, Eve was a stronger version of Juliette -- with more purpose, determination, but with Juliette's humanity and empathy still intact.  Nick and Juliette may not have ended up together, but they both ended up better off I think. Of course, it took that final speech from Eve to officially convince Nick of this; so what was a very tragic event in the short term ended up being good in the long term.

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I understand where this sentiment is coming from, but you can think of it as the cost of being a Grimm. Nick's Aunt warned him in the Pilot episode (you could say it was more than just a warning actually, more like a strong recommendation) that he needed to leave Juliette in order to keep her out of harm's way.  Of course, then his mother later advised him to the contrary.  It's up to the fans in the end to decide which advice is best.

To me at least, I think Kelly was the one who was right in the end, and that's because in the final season, Eve tells Nick that despite everything that had happened, she accepted who she was and had become, telling him that everyone had changed for the better.  I think by the finale, Eve was a stronger version of Juliette -- with more purpose, determination, but with Juliette's humanity and empathy still intact.  Nick and Juliette may not have ended up together, but they both ended up better off I think. Of course, it took that final speech from Eve to officially convince Nick of this; so what was a very tragic event in the short term ended up being good in the long term.

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