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  • Yay! Finally I'm done with Eve!

    I hope next season, she and Adalind can finally get along... for Kelly's sake.

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    • Actually Juliette is not back. Eve is still a hexenbiest. The difference now she has feelings. Meaning she now has to deal with all she has done. In season 5 everyone was mad at Juliettte. In Season 6 the group will work to help her deal with her grief. They will need her back to her Eve self to deal with what is left of BC.   The biggest issue with bringing Juliette back. The show made to much out of Juliette is dead to try and bring her back. The Nick calling her Juliette was a misdirect. Everyone still continued to call her Eve and she did not correct them.

      This ending is inline  with the past endings both women end up as victims. Sean ends with saving Nicks life so now he comes out safe.  And again Nick is at a crossroads with his life again ready to change.    

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    • Juliette is back, after all, eve was some weird sort of split personality of her, without feelings. If she has feellings, she is juliette, and with all that has happened to her she is unstable, even if she is still a hexenbiest

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    • Are you sure Juliette is not back?  Maybe the "stick" killed the hexenbiest.  We haven't seen Eve/Juliette use any powers since the stick.  I hpoe the hexenbiest is dead!

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    • We would have seen her Hexenbiest spirit leave if her Hexenbiest side was "cured"

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    • Remember when Adalind lost her Hexen? The Hexen spirit fought to stay inside her and was finally expelled. Same thing happened when she took that potion to repress her Hexen, only the Hexen didn't dissipate like before, it just got sucked back in to Adalind, but her powers and nastiness were repressed.  So I am not quite sure what the stick (which I think is part of the spear of Destiny) did to Juliette, but I don't think the Hexen is gone...maybe just changed so Juliette is more in control and back to herself, but still has her powers. We will have to see how it plays out, and what happens to Renard when he and Nick fight and he comes in contact with the stick. I think it may just change the morality of the evil to good.

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    • But if the hexin was killed, not driven out, you wouldn't see it be pushed out of the body.  I thinh the stick might be from "The Tree of Life."  The Spear of Destiny would bring in a lot religious questions that would not be good for the show.

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    • juliette was never gone, thiss have been hinted all throughout the season, when Eve had nicks best interest at heart

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    • ^but she was way more emotionless as eve,

      it is like someone having a second personality, i never really thought juliette will vanish and eve is the only existing one, it seems more like: "eve" is simply juliette minus emotions :)

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    • Two souls in a body, yes.

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    • I just hope they (the grimm writers) don't screw with Juliette/Eve again, and give to Bitsie a break, the writers are not very gentle with her...

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    • She's still a hexenbiest I believe. Take a look at this post-finale interview.

      GREENWALT | Well, the feelings have come back. KOUF | The stick opened up part of her. There are unintended consequences to the use of that stick. So, just like everything else. GREENWALT | There’s part of her that was dead, that she had killed, that they had killed. Suddenly it was awakened. And because she’s a Hexenbiest, it had a super effect. So we’ll have to see what happens with the Eve side of her personality and now having all these feelings, which is going to include a lot of guilt. It’ll be complex.


      So what is going on is that Eve may still be Eve. She can just suddenly feel guilt and remorse now. A hexenbiest with emotions.

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    • Eve or Juliette, she is still a Hexenbiest, I have no doubt of that. It would be a shot in the foot from the producers if, after all that happened, they just destroy her Hexenbiest side. The stick hasn't killed Monroe's Blutbad side and his powers haven't decreased not even a little. The fact is, in spite of so many twart haters badmouthing Juliette/Eve, she is a very beloved and interesting character for the show, so I expect the producers to be more respectful toward the character and more gentle towards the actress. By the way, on this 5th season, she was definitely one of the main stars.

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    • 177.182.20.180 wrote:
      Eve or Juliette, she is still a Hexenbiest, I have no doubt of that. It would be a shot in the foot from the producers if, after all that happened, they just destroy her Hexenbiest side. The stick hasn't killed Monroe's Blutbad side and his powers haven't decreased not even a little. The fact is, in spite of so many twart haters badmouthing Juliette/Eve, she is a very beloved and interesting character for the show, so I expect the producers to be more respectful toward the character and more gentle towards the actress. By the way, on this 5th season, she was definitely one of the main stars.

      Amen!

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    • Theres lots of things left undefined.

      The stick heals, but how far back does it reset you to? Juliette wasn't a hexenbeist originally. Does it restore her to her original condition, or just heal her physically to whatever her condition was preinjury?

      My theory is that they built a mental split into Juliette's noggin that allowed her to stuff her emotions into one side and created a controlled version of herself with a new name on the other. Emotional splits happen to protect yourself mentally from some trama, but are destructive over time. If the stick eliminated the emotional split as well as heal her body, then both personalities will have to be reconciled. Shes both Eve and Juliette now and will have to figure out how to be herself again with the full range of emotion.

      Her powers will still be there, but her mental tribulations will be what drives her story forward.

      -DavicusPrime

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    • TheJorgon23 wrote:
      177.182.20.180 wrote:
      Eve or Juliette, she is still a Hexenbiest, I have no doubt of that. It would be a shot in the foot from the producers if, after all that happened, they just destroy her Hexenbiest side. The stick hasn't killed Monroe's Blutbad side and his powers haven't decreased not even a little. The fact is, in spite of so many twart haters badmouthing Juliette/Eve, she is a very beloved and interesting character for the show, so I expect the producers to be more respectful toward the character and more gentle towards the actress. By the way, on this 5th season, she was definitely one of the main stars.
      Amen!

      Look at you two nasty Juliette lovers. PROOF of your crap. 

      And you wonder why people return your crap to you and hate on Juliette. Pfftttt!

      Twart Haters. Ha. You might want to revise your British slang. 

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    • So emotionally invested in a fantasy TV show. The ensemble and crew of this show are excellent and work together well as they all attest to in interviews and other social media. They all seem to have respect for each other and in fact consider the cast family. They have also fallen in love with Portland. I find it ludicrous that fans want to have their little wars over the content put out by the writers, even to the point of insulting the actors personally. This says more about the ones writing these things than it does about the show or actors.

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    • Agreed.  These forums aren't supposed to be a flame war.  it's meant for us to nerd out over a show we enjoy, as well as nitpick and second guess the writers (because we're nerds).  Personal attacks toward each other and/or the cast/crew are bizarre and destructive to what we're here to do.

      "This is supposed to be a happy occasion.  Lets not argue about who killed who."

      All this stuff is a game.  We're trying to guess which way the story will go.  I find that I'm usually wrong.  Sometimes I'm annoyed because I think my idea was better, but it doesn't really matter in the end.  The show is what it is.  We like it.  Or we wouldn't be wasting our time on this site.

      The actors have done a great job portraying what the writers have put on paper.  The crew, directors  and editors have done a fine job putting the results on screen for us to see.  And then we happily consume it and come here to talk about it.  Everyone is doing their job and collaborating to bring us all the experience we've asked for.

      Good job people!

      Now back to Eve/Juliette... 

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    • I think with the situation with Renard next season, Adalind will be stuck with him for a while, just to leak information to the Scooby Gang.

      Meanwhile with Juliette back, hope Nick can forgive her for all the things she's done. Plus... he should spend his last moments with her.

      I can imagine Juliette becoming Kelly's aunt.

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    • Juliette had to die and to disappear....to go away forever....

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    • Aunt Juliette? Another sterile matriarch? Before aunt Rosalee, now aunt Juliette? For protecting Nick? Il would be better to change all the story.... 

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    • I honestly don't understand why some juliette fans want her to become Kelly's aunt. Seriously? That kid belongs to the woman Juliette hates. That kid is also Nick's. Adalind is the reason Nick became a father, not Juliette. So if anything, Juliette will and should feel jealousy. Hopefully she will move on and leave Nick. 

      I hope Nick spends his last moments with Adalind and Kelly because to me, they're his family now. 

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    • A Grimmster 12.33.176.170But if the hexin was killed, not driven out, you wouldn't see it be pushed out of the body.  I thinh the stick might be from "The Tree of Life."  The Spear of Destiny would bring in a lot religious questions that would not be good for the show.

      While the Spear of Destiny and the Tree of life ideas are plausable..... I present a different take:

      Numerous references to Grimms and Knights Templar are used in the show. Relics the Templars were known to have possessed is the Holy Grail, and oh yeah........  A PIECE OF THE TRUE CROSS!!

      think about it: they say it looks like it broke off of something, right? and one of it's long edges appears to be squared off at an almost perfect 90` angle.  If it was part of the spear it would be rounded off.

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    • Greenwalt already said Eve is still eve except she has feelings. Eve has no reason to want to kill Adalind. Bringing Eve back into the group means she has to accept Kelly. We have seen past events don't control current opinions. Adalind is a good example. 

      The stick could be from a spear. To get an idea how a spear would have splintered. You would need to splinter a branch, not a pole.  Back then to make something round you would use a square blade leaving square edges. 

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    • Juliette back!! Noooooooo!!!!!! It's worst than the human robot Eve with her S/M black leather jacket....

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    • The Holy Cross was not a word used, avoiding complications.... with the Jewish Lobby! 

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    • Juliette was never gone. Oh, did you guys miss something ?? XD

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    • Okay that's it! I'm starting over with no Juliette hate in here! It's killing me.

      And no Syscrash getting in my way.

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    • It's not confirmed it's Juliette. So far as we know, it's Eve, but her emotions have returned (minus her rage).

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    • I suspect all her emotions will be intact, perhaps more balanced than pre-Eve, but rage should be acheivable.

      I have no idea how Evette, Nick and the rest will interact, but they will probably remain allies. Juliette and Nick won't return to what they were. That ship has sailed. Bigger things are happening and they already have similar goals.

      Adalind and Evette are connected. And Nick was at least a little connected since he was able to see through Adalind's eyes that one time. No idea what that means for the future, but it will be interesting.

      The stick's effects remain undefined. Evette was healed physically and posibly "healed" emotionally. If she retains her wesen nature as Monroe did, there won't be too much to worry about on that front. Nick has been healed from multiple gunshot wounds and appears to have retained his Grimm abilities. So rapid regeneration, emotional transformations (speculated) and the ability to cure blood poisoning have been observed. No other effects have been identified.

      As to what the stick is, that remains equally mysterious. Its obviously a religious relic, easily attributed to a christian mythology due to the previous owners' involvement in the crusades (which one, we don't know). All of the relics passed around in the middle ages are extra biblical, so there won't be much real offense from religious viewers (such as myself). Healing was a common thing attributed to such relics so not much of a stretch there either.

      In the end, we appear to have Eve and Juliette in one package. Reborn again, originally a vet with attitude, then a powerful hexenbeist with all emotion and no control, then a hexenbeist with all control and minimal emotion, now all three intergrated into one whole being. I think she'll be what I had hoped Juliette would have been when she first realized her wesen powers.

      Now we wait and see.

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    • I also see Evette being the hexenbiest we had hoped for in season 4 when she changed.  I also do not think the romantic part is going to restart where it left off. They all will be dealing with the gult for their part in the transformation, and what happened afterwards. 

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    • 92.238.142.144 wrote:
      I honestly don't understand why some juliette fans want her to become Kelly's aunt. Seriously? That kid belongs to the woman Juliette hates. That kid is also Nick's. Adalind is the reason Nick became a father, not Juliette. So if anything, Juliette will and should feel jealousy. Hopefully she will move on and leave Nick. 

      I hope Nick spends his last moments with Adalind and Kelly because to me, they're his family now.

      I agree. They look good together.

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    • I don't see Adalind and Eve/Juilette being friends. Nor do I think they should. Adalind would never wnat Kelly around Eve/Juilette as she tried to kill them. Adalind doesn't trust Eve/Juilette as seen this season. 


      Now the rest of them will forgive her like that. Hank would be indifferent to the situation. He will forgive her but he won't trust her. 

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    • Eve cares only about Nick and his son and maybe the gang.  That doesn't make her friend with Adalind.

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    • They have already addressed Adalind admitting she tried to kill Juliette and Eve admitting she no longer wants to kill Adalind.  Any disagreement will not be based on the past. It will revolve around Nick. The show does not dwell on the past. Everything and bobdy has been forgiven. The same would go for AJuliettes actions. The show still holds on the it was something done to Juliette. 

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    • Some people are being unfair with Juliette/Eve in certain situations, Adalind changed and is now a better person, everyone deserves a second chance and Adalind really changed, but let's be honest, some of you say that Juliette/Eve is not trustful and Adalind is, let's be honest Adalind cursed her, put her in a coma, made her fall in love with Renard tried to kidnap her, she is one of the responsible for its transformation into Hexenbeist, try to kill her, Adalind was the one that brought the Royals to Portland, etc. Tell me why Juliette/Eve should trust on Adalind, yes I agree Adalind is changed person but Juliette have more than enough reasons to never trust Adalind. And Juliette did not know she was pregnant Adalind when she tried to kill her. People to defend their ships are a little unfair. But this time Adalind is more trustful than Juliette, I agree with that.

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    • TheJorgon23 wrote:
      Some people are being unfair with Juliette/Eve in certain situations, Adalind changed and is now a better person, everyone deserves a second chance and Adalind really changed, but let's be honest, some of you say that Juliette/Eve is not trustful and Adalind is, let's be honest Adalind cursed her, put her in a coma, made her fall in love with Renard tried to kidnap her, she is one of the responsible for its transformation into Hexenbeist, try to kill her, Adalind was the one that brought the Royals to Portland, etc. Tell me why Juliette/Eve should trust on Adalind, yes I agree Adalind is changed person but Juliette have more than enough reasons to never trust Adalind. And Juliette did not know she was pregnant Adalind when she tried to kill her. People to defend their ships are a little unfair. But this time Adalind is more trustful than Juliette, I agree with that.

      Its because Juliette is annoying, a control freak and shoved in our faces. 

      Whereas Adalind isn't. Whatever screen time Adalind gets, she has the ability to be funny and expressive. 

      Therefore, she is likeable and much desired to be seen on screen. A lot of people would be upset if Adalind got killed. But not so much with Juliette. 

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    • 92.238.142.144 wrote:
      TheJorgon23 wrote:
      Some people are being unfair with Juliette/Eve in certain situations, Adalind changed and is now a better person, everyone deserves a second chance and Adalind really changed, but let's be honest, some of you say that Juliette/Eve is not trustful and Adalind is, let's be honest Adalind cursed her, put her in a coma, made her fall in love with Renard tried to kidnap her, she is one of the responsible for its transformation into Hexenbeist, try to kill her, Adalind was the one that brought the Royals to Portland, etc. Tell me why Juliette/Eve should trust on Adalind, yes I agree Adalind is changed person but Juliette have more than enough reasons to never trust Adalind. And Juliette did not know she was pregnant Adalind when she tried to kill her. People to defend their ships are a little unfair. But this time Adalind is more trustful than Juliette, I agree with that.
      Its because Juliette is annoying, a control freak and shoved in our faces. 

      Whereas Adalind isn't. Whatever screen time Adalind gets, she has the ability to be funny and expressive. 

      Therefore, she is likeable and much desired to be seen on screen. A lot of people would be upset if Adalind got killed. But not so much with Juliette. 


      It's really sad what some Grimmsters say to defend their "ships", not to mention their short memories. Have a nice day "friend"...

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    • There have been times through out the series where I have wanted both characters dead. Many things would have been more simple had Nick killed off Adalind in season 1 rather than just neutralize her abilities. But Juliette would be dead by now had she never gained her hexenbeist abilities. Nick would probably be dead now had Eve not existed to intervene. The whole diana/kelly storylines would never had happened either.

      So it is what it is. My hopes during season 4 were that Juliette would fully embrace her new powers and the scoobies fully brace her as a hexenbeist. But the personality change that came with the power ruined that. After the burning of the camper, I went fully into wanting the character dead. Then the transformation to Eve made me like her again, but I missed the Juliette character.

      It seems that I may finally get my wish with season 6 if Evette is a melding of both characters. It took a season longer than I planned, but I expect that I'll like how this plays out.

      -DavicusPrime

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    • Bitsie/Juliette is too boring, antipathetic, without sex-appeal...

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      TheJorgon23 wrote:
      92.238.142.144 wrote:
      TheJorgon23 wrote:
      Some people are being unfair with Juliette/Eve in certain situations, Adalind changed and is now a better person, everyone deserves a second chance and Adalind really changed, but let's be honest, some of you say that Juliette/Eve is not trustful and Adalind is, let's be honest Adalind cursed her, put her in a coma, made her fall in love with Renard tried to kidnap her, she is one of the responsible for its transformation into Hexenbeist, try to kill her, Adalind was the one that brought the Royals to Portland, etc. Tell me why Juliette/Eve should trust on Adalind, yes I agree Adalind is changed person but Juliette have more than enough reasons to never trust Adalind. And Juliette did not know she was pregnant Adalind when she tried to kill her. People to defend their ships are a little unfair. But this time Adalind is more trustful than Juliette, I agree with that.
      Its because Juliette is annoying, a control freak and shoved in our faces. 

      Whereas Adalind isn't. Whatever screen time Adalind gets, she has the ability to be funny and expressive. 

      Therefore, she is likeable and much desired to be seen on screen. A lot of people would be upset if Adalind got killed. But not so much with Juliette. 


      It's really sad what some Grimmsters say to defend their "ships", not to mention their short memories. Have a nice day "friend"...

      Seriously, it's funny you think I'm defending Nick-Adalind? WTF. Where the hell did I even mention them in my post? 

      I've always disliked Juliette. Right from the start. It has nothing to do with ships. 

      As for my short memories, You're obviously confusing yourself. I have good memory of Grimm thank you very much Juliette Lover. You only focus on glorifiying Juliette. Maybe you should write a book called, THE CANONIZATION OF ST JULIETTE: Anyone who disagrees is a Nick-Adalind Shipper. 

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    • Nobody knows what happened. We only know what we saw, nothing else. When did Juliette/ Eve start to work with Hadrian’s Wall ?

      Did this already happened as Juliette was in Jail ? Did Chavez made her a visit with an offer ?  I think that Adalind ( in the meantime I changed a little bit my mind) might really love Nick.  Juliette/ Eve whatever happens will stand on Nick's side.

      The question is where is Diana standing??  Is she only using her mother and father ? She might look like a child but she's definitely not one. Who is the  person behind "Black claw.? Maybe she ?. We always thought she would be the "Light".

      But maybe she is the "darkness" that has to be stopped. We'll see.

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    • TheJorgon23 wrote:
      Some people are being unfair with Juliette/Eve in certain situations, Adalind changed and is now a better person, everyone deserves a second chance and Adalind really changed, but let's be honest, some of you say that Juliette/Eve is not trustful and Adalind is, let's be honest Adalind cursed her, put her in a coma, made her fall in love with Renard tried to kidnap her, she is one of the responsible for its transformation into Hexenbeist, try to kill her, Adalind was the one that brought the Royals to Portland, etc. Tell me why Juliette/Eve should trust on Adalind, yes I agree Adalind is changed person but Juliette have more than enough reasons to never trust Adalind. And Juliette did not know she was pregnant Adalind when she tried to kill her. People to defend their ships are a little unfair. But this time Adalind is more trustful than Juliette, I agree with that.


      No one said Juilette doesn't deserve a second chance, people said she shouldn't be 100% trusted. Even the scooby gang don't 100% trust Adalind which is fine. The thing about it though is Juilette betrayed Nick, Kelly, Monroe, Roselee, and Hank. They trusted and believed in her and she didn't care. Her true nature was revealed and instead of owning up to it she hid behind the persona that it was the Hexenbiest making her do the things she was doing. That wasn't really true. The Hexenbiest just revealed Juilettes true nature. Juilette treatedNick like crap when she lost her memories, when Adalind slept with him, and at the end of season 1 when he proposed. 


      I am not saying Juilette is a bad person because she isn't but she isn't a saint either. Juilette never wanted Nick to be a Grimm again she just didn't want to be the bitch that told him No. All the feelings, thoughts and emotions she surpressed inside her all came rushing to the surface when she became a Hexenbiest. It wasn't the Hexenbiest that made her feel that way, it was the Hexenbiest that gave her the push to say and do everything she was feeling. 


      Also Adalind didn't bring the royals to portland they were coming anyway for the Keys they just saw Adalind as someone who could help. The Royals were already after Aunt Marie and Kelly before Adalind even meet a Royal of any kind. Adalind isn't responsible for Juilette becoming a Hexenbiest either. No one forced Juilette to perform the spell. 

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    • 12.33.176.170 wrote:
      But if the hexin was killed, not driven out, you wouldn't see it be pushed out of the body.  I thinh the stick might be from "The Tree of Life."  The Spear of Destiny would bring in a lot religious questions that would not be good for the show.

      When  Nick and Monroe were in Germany retrieving the stick from the crypt in the ruined church, they both talked about how it could be something brought back from the 'Crusades'. Historically speaking, the Templars were searching Jerusalem for Christian artifacts. So when they retrieved the stick, which was obviously originally part of a larger object, what else with that supposed amount of power could it be?

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    • Will Juliette come back to neuter cats?

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    • i feel like juliette will come back, but if she did she would be still in love with Nick and then their would be a love triangle between adalind, juliette, and nick 

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    • 74.46.255.138 wrote:
      i feel like juliette will come back, but if she did she would be still in love with Nick and then their would be a love triangle between adalind, juliette, and nick 


      Not as long Nick is with Adalind together. My opinion.

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    • Having Nick Adalind and Kelly together does not make for conflict. Putting Nick and Eve as Juliette would be backtracking. Nick with Eve as eve they would have to build a relationship. I don't see either looking to be in a relationship. With Adalind and Nick she was the one pushing relationship. Eve will sleep with Nick just like she did with Sean. This will cause speculation of a Nick and Eve relationship.  

      David is direcing season 6. The first five seasons Juliette was a victim because of Nick. Season 6 Nick will be a victim because of Eve. The first  five seasons Adalind was used by Sean and the Royals. Season 6 IMO Adalind will use Sean and his position. Remeber she has the knowledge that Sean kill conrad. That might not go over to big with the rest of BC.    For two reasons letting BC think Nick killed Conrad not only get SEan off the hook. It also makes BC think twice before going after Nick or his friends. It adds to the stereotype of the danger of confronting a Grimm. 

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    • Or all of BC will go after him cause they killed their leader or sean will become head of BC

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    • I meant to say nick not him sorry

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    • Grimm is so amazing! And I miss Juliette,but I think Eve is amazing!

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    • Eve is the better solution.

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    • On the other side, what happened with Juliette.?

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    • (P) Macabros77 wrote:
      On the other side, what happened with Juliette.?

      We'll have to wait and see in Season 6!  As things stand right now though, I don't think you'll hear Eve saying Juliette's dead or referring to Juliette as if she's a completely different person.  I also don't think you'll see a return of the evil Hexenbiest version of Juliette because of how Eve could control her rage and became disciplined, channeling her abilities into fighting for good.  The last glimpse we saw of her in that tunnel, she was definitely emotional (remorseful maybe?), but she wasn't angry.

      The beginning of season 6 and maybe throughout the whole season, we might see her going through an identity crisis, as she really has gone through a ton of changes in the past two seasons, some that were out of her control, some of which resulted in a lack of self-control.  If she is able to find that balance between Eve and Juliette though, I think there's definitely some potential for a return to the character we saw during Season 3 and the beginning of Season 4.  If she can't successfully find that balance... well, I think she will have an even more tragic character arc.  Should be interesting!

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    • Grimmaniac wrote:
      (P) Macabros77 wrote:
      On the other side, what happened with Juliette.?
      If she can't successfully find that balance... well, I think she will have an even more tragic character arc.  Should be interesting!


      I seriously doubt that the writers will screw up with Eve/Juliette's character again, especially with most fans hate her. But if the writers screw up with her character again, I will be very disappointed with the writers, In my humble opinion, would be a big regression and a story without any sense.

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    • I understand how Eve/Juliette is a very polarizing character, but I've honestly never really felt the writers screwed anything up with her. If anything, they set up that she was in danger from the very first episode of the show, with Nick's aunt, Marie, warning him about his relationship with Juliette. In a way, what happened to her was partly a result of being caught in crossfire and partly a result of Nick and Juliette trying to defy the odds. But from what we've seen, Marie had very legitimate reasons for warning Nick--it's just the nature of being close to a Grimm. Wu, Hank, Monroe, and Rosalee all experienced that as well in major ways last season. I'm keeping an open mind with whatever happens to Eve/Juliette--she's been through so many ups and downs, she's truly a unique character all unto herself. Whatever happens next is all part of her continued journey in my view, as it will be with the rest of the gang.

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    • I don't think they will go back to Juliette the vet. I don't even think they will stop calling her Eve. What we will see is Eve now interacts with others. She will no longer be indifferent. She will still have the no nonsense demeanor.  IMO we will see the Juliette from season 4, except she will not have the agner against the group. Eve and the group will spend the season accepting each other. 

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    • I share the opinion that the former Juliette will not return. But I can live with EVE.  :))

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