FANDOM


  • It's sad for Juliette to be gone and Eve is here.

    But I wished if the series continued, there has to be a way to bring back Juliette and so that she may rest in peace and know that she's still loved.

      Loading editor
    • julliette was the love of nick's like , just look at the level of damage that had t to be done break them apart. nick should have beaten the z beast and the time portal taken him to the time he most wanted to go to which was when he slept adalind and set off the chain of events that got julliette killed. from there he chops adalnds head off  and the show goes on  happily ever after, excpet for the evil witch.

        Loading editor
    • i agree wverythin would have been so much better that way god its just so sad

        Loading editor
    • yeah I 'am mean you kill the devil getting the love of your life back is a fair reward in my book. in addition nick and adalind is just plain wrong to me more than that it's disgusting.

        Loading editor
    • 73.172.218.41 wrote:
      yeah I 'am mean you kill the devil getting the love of your life back is a fair reward in my book. in addition nick and adalind is just plain wrong to me more than that it's disgusting.

      Nick has very little to do with humans. It cannot have him love a human woman. That would not make sense.

        Loading editor
    • I meant to say the series cannot have him love a human woman as the love of his life. That would not make sense in view of his new life as a Grimm.

        Loading editor
    • I actually think it's nice to see some positive feedback on Juliette for a change.

        Loading editor
    • last time i checked wesen can die by all the same means as a human. so a female weather she's human or wesen would still be in the same level danger. now in reagrds to his new life as a grimm, it was always a matter of should he love instead of who he should love. he was told ep 1 by his anut of the grimm misfourtune and he shuold dump julliette to protect her. now throughtout the season the thought is still plaguing him till the cat scratch forces him to tell julliette the truth so shew understand the danger she was in. by season 2's end she found out for herself and reunited with nick. loved it. now what i saw as the biggger picture to the show was breaking away from old ways and lreaning new ones. a blubad becomes a vegan and marrys a fusbau. isebeibers free themsleves from the thier troll masters. etc etc. why not hjave a grimm break away from the rule of  a tragic love live and live happily ever after. it would be diffcult as a great loves are but in the end , "true love conquers all"- virgil. the opening quote to the finale where nick goes back in time to save julliette  and set everthing to right like chopping off the witch adalind's head, that's a start.

        Loading editor
    • If he did that he wouldn't have his son and I don't see Nick making that sacrifice even if he and Adalind were to go their separate ways. It's not like he needs to be the mother of his son to be happy. 

        Loading editor
    • Rpmaluki wrote:
      If he did that he wouldn't have his son and I don't see Nick making that sacrifice even if he and Adalind were to go their separate ways. It's not like he needs to be the mother of his son to be happy. 

      I think it could be argued that Nick made that sacrifice when he went to fight the big Z. I don't know why he'd be screaming that he wanted them back if he didn't feel as though they had been lost.

        Loading editor
    • "it would be diffcult as a great loves are but in the end , "true love conquers all"- virgil. the opening quote to the finale where nick goes back in time to save julliette  and set everthing to right like chopping off the witch adalind's head, that's a start."

      Who's to say Nick didn't change things, over and over and over again, using the staff?

        Loading editor
    • Lucille55 wrote:
      Rpmaluki wrote:
      If he did that he wouldn't have his son and I don't see Nick making that sacrifice even if he and Adalind were to go their separate ways. It's not like he needs to be the mother of his son to be happy. 
      I think it could be argued that Nick made that sacrifice when he went to fight the big Z. I don't know why he'd be screaming that he wanted them back if he didn't feel as though they had been lost.

      Nick did what he had to to save the world, making that sacrifice was necessary (and technically Kelly was still alive...) going back in time just to get rid of Adalind for the sake of getting rid of Adalind and losing his son as a result is something he would never intentionally do. 

        Loading editor
    • Lucille55 wrote:
      "it would be diffcult as a great loves are but in the end , "true love conquers all"- virgil. the opening quote to the finale where nick goes back in time to save julliette  and set everthing to right like chopping off the witch adalind's head, that's a start."
      Who's to say Nick didn't change things, over and over and over again, using the staff?

      Maybe he did, though I doubt it.

        Loading editor
    • 41.10.3.116 wrote:
      Nick did what he had to to save the world, making that sacrifice was necessary (and technically Kelly was still alive...) going back in time just to get rid of Adalind for the sake of getting rid of Adalind and losing his son as a result is something he would never intentionally do. 

      While it was never shown that Kelly was killed, I am assuming so since Nick was screaming that he wanted his son back.....while he was still in the Big Z's realm. But, if you believe he was alive, that poses an interesting question. Why would Nick leave his son behind in a different dimension?

        Loading editor
    • Lucille55 wrote:
      41.10.3.116 wrote:
      Nick did what he had to to save the world, making that sacrifice was necessary (and technically Kelly was still alive...) going back in time just to get rid of Adalind for the sake of getting rid of Adalind and losing his son as a result is something he would never intentionally do. 
      While it was never shown that Kelly was killed, I am assuming so since Nick was screaming that he wanted his son back.....while he was still in the Big Z's realm.

      But, if you believe he was alive, that poses an interesting question. Why would Nick leave his son behind in a different dimension?

      Nick didn't leave anybody. He was fighting against the stick as it pulled him through the portal. He wasn't in control.

        Loading editor
    • So you believe Kelly was killed as well?

        Loading editor
    • The last we saw of baby Kelly, he was alive. Z was using him as bait for the stick, he can't do that if he's dead. Nick was destraught enough with grief having lost his friends and Adalind, if he lost his son, he'd want to kill Z. He went all commando, killing BC minions when Adalind took Kelly to the mansion I don't see him acting any different when he thinks his son is actually dead. He wouldn't be too rational enough to do anything other than finding an outlest for his grief AND rage and if baby Kelly had died, we would have seen it or have been told about it before Nick confronted Z the last time. Nothing ever happes off screen on this show except whatever took place in the twenty year time jump.

        Loading editor
    • I agree, the last we saw of baby Kelly was that he was alive. It was the same with Diana and the same with Trubel. However, later in the episode, he then screams out that he wants his friends, Adalind, Diana, and his son back. It seems the episode wants the audience to believe that all three of them were killed and only Nick was left alive at the end.

        Loading editor
    • A Grimmster
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.