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{{Icons|S1|S2|S3|S4|S5|S6|Webisode|Book}}At the beginning of each episode, webisode, and novel of ''[[Grimm (TV Series)|Grimm]]'' there is a featured quote that often references the story, legend, etc. that the episode, webisode, or novel is based on. Sometimes the quote source plays a heavy role, while other times it plays a small role in the story of the episodes, etc. For episodes and webisodes, the background of the quote often features an item, location, or character that will appear. Most episodes have their own unique background for the quote. However, {{ep|101}} and {{ep|117}} feature the same background while {{ep|110}} features the same background as those two, but has different lighting. {{ep|504}} and {{ep|509}} also feature the same background as each other. {{ep|106}} and {{ep|203}} feature the same background, but with different lighting. Every episode quote so far other than the one used in {{ep|217}} is taken from the source of the story the episode is based on. The quote for "One Angry Fuchsbau" was made up by the episode's writer, [[Richard Hatem]], although he drew inspiration from the tale used for the episode. The quote for {{ep|210}} isn't from a real story, but from one that is featured in the episode. The quote for {{ep|418}} is an original by the episode's writer, [[Alan DiFiore]].
At the beginning of each episode, webisode, and novel of ''[[Grimm (TV Series)|Grimm]]'' there is a featured quote that often references the story, legend, etc. that the episode, webisode, or novel is based on. Sometimes the quote source plays a heavy role, while other times it plays a small role in the story of the episodes, etc. For episodes and webisodes, the background of the quote often features an item, location, or character that will appear. Most episodes have their own unique background for the quote. However, {{ep|101}} and {{ep|117}} feature the same background while {{ep|110}} features the same background as those two, but has different lighting. {{ep|504}} and {{ep|509}} also feature the same background as each other. {{ep|106}} and {{ep|203}} feature the same background, but with different lighting. Every episode quote so far other than the one used in {{ep|217}} is taken from the source of the story the episode is based on. The quote for "One Angry Fuchsbau" was made up by the episode's writer, [[Richard Hatem]], although he drew inspiration from the tale used for the episode. The quote for {{ep|210}} isn't from a real story, but from one that is featured in the episode. The quote for {{ep|418}} is an original by the episode's writer, [[Alan DiFiore]].
 
   
For just under half of Season three and most of seasons four-six, the episodes don't appear to be based on any pre-existing literature . As such, quotes from these episodes are eaither from quotes famous people have said (e.g. "[[Octopus Head]]" quoting Alexander Smith) or are taken from fairy tales previously adapted into episodes (e.g. "[[Revelation]]" useing a quote from Hansel and Gretel, a story previously adapted as "[[Organ Grinder]]"). It's most likly the quotes in these episodes only exist for the sake of tradition.
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For several episodes in seasons [[season 3|3]] through [[season 6|6]], the episodes don't appear to be based on any preexisting literature. As such, quotes from such episodes are either taken from the words of well-known individuals (e.g., {{ep|402}} quoting Alexander Smith) or are taken from fairy tales previously adapted into episodes (e.g., {{ep|313}} using a quote from [[Hänsel and Gretel]], a story previously utilized and adapted in {{ep|110}}).
   
 
==TV Series Quotes==
 
==TV Series Quotes==

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At the beginning of each episode, webisode, and novel of Grimm there is a featured quote that often references the story, legend, etc. that the episode, webisode, or novel is based on. Sometimes the quote source plays a heavy role, while other times it plays a small role in the story of the episodes, etc. For episodes and webisodes, the background of the quote often features an item, location, or character that will appear. Most episodes have their own unique background for the quote. However, "Pilot" and "Love Sick" feature the same background while "Organ Grinder" features the same background as those two, but has different lighting. "Maiden Quest" and "Star-Crossed" also feature the same background as each other. "The Three Bad Wolves" and "Bad Moon Rising" feature the same background, but with different lighting. Every episode quote so far other than the one used in "One Angry Fuchsbau" is taken from the source of the story the episode is based on. The quote for "One Angry Fuchsbau" was made up by the episode's writer, Richard Hatem, although he drew inspiration from the tale used for the episode. The quote for "The Hour of Death" isn't from a real story, but from one that is featured in the episode. The quote for "Mishipeshu" is an original by the episode's writer, Alan DiFiore.

For several episodes in seasons 3 through 6, the episodes don't appear to be based on any preexisting literature. As such, quotes from such episodes are either taken from the words of well-known individuals (e.g., "Octopus Head" quoting Alexander Smith) or are taken from fairy tales previously adapted into episodes (e.g., "Revelation" using a quote from Hänsel and Gretel, a story previously utilized and adapted in "Organ Grinder").

TV Series QuotesEdit

Webisode QuotesEdit

A Sore Subject
"Bad Hair Day"
Hans in Luck
Webisode 2 quote
"Meltdown"
The Ice-Maiden
Love is in the Air quote
"Love is in the Air: Elegant Endeavors"
Cupid and Psyche

Novel QuotesEdit

Icytouchquote
"The Icy Touch"
The Robber Bridegroom
Book 2 quote
"The Chopping Block"
Made up by the book's author, John Passarella
The Killing Time Quote
"The Killing Time"
The Turnip
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