Exclusive Grimm First Look: Let’s Have a Big, Detached Hand for [Spoiler]!

Revenge pawn Roger Bart is the “name” guest star in this Friday’s Grimm (9/8c on NBC). But fans of the supernatural thriller will probably be even more psyched to find out that the monster-of-the-week is none other than…

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Hmm… Maybe it would be more fun if you figured that out for yourself. And you should be able to. There is, after all, a (cough) big clue contained in the (cough, cough) foot that Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) discovers in this exclusive sneak preview.

Click below, then hit the comments with your guesses (and, as always, gentle mockery of incorrect guesses).

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  1. Kylee Pierce says:

    I have no idea.

  2. kara says:

    I did not watch the video but the write up italized BIG FOOT, so I will go with that FTW (plus the episode is called Big Feet)

  3. Renee says:

    I’m looking forward to this. Per the preview Hank gets his first look at a Blutbad.

  4. heather_kaye says:

    All I want to know is: will he sing?

  5. Oh, well. I didn’t even read the article b4 I watched the vid, but yeah, Big Foot seems the logical choice.

  6. Rhonda says:

    I agree….think it’s none other than BigFoot.

  7. Sebastian says:

    Uhm, just look at your browser Grimm Season 1 Episode 21 Bigfoot Video

    Not very sneaky ;)

  8. Michelle says:

    Big Foot for sure :) can’t wait til Friday !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Travis says:

    Yea it’s Big Foot. A girl screams “it was Big Foot” when you watch the preview. And Yes Hank sees Monroe as a Blutbad, to which Monroe replies “I think he was too scared to pay attention.” I just want to see how Hank reacts, especially after this week’s episode when the bat guy called out Nick for being a Grimm expecting Hank to be one as well.

  10. Jeyd says:

    Didn’t anyone watch the previews for the upcoming episode after last Friday night’s show? They said it right in the preview.

  11. Lucy says:

    Sasquatch !

  12. wilma fuller says:

    come on people it’s not big foot! Do u c any normal creatures on this show? So maybe a relative of him prob. a cousin, with some strange super human power. All the shows r great

  13. william priest says:


  14. I think its the Giant from Jack and the Beanstalk….big foot is a legend, not a fairy tale. SO it makes sense..fee fie foe fum i ssmell the blood of an Englishman, be he live or be he dead, I’ll grind his bones to make my bread.

    • heather_kaye says:

      The legend/fairy tale distinction is a fair point, and one that could be interesting. But they’ve already used that quote to start an episode (Game Ogre), and it seems (so far) in their mythology, giants and ogres are basically the same.

  15. C. CHance says:

    Bigfoot isn’t a fairy tale character though. I thought that was the premise of the show?

  16. hellflower says:

    I don’t know what did it, but you BETTER GET THE HECK OUT OF THE FOREST !!!

  17. er, sally? says:

    oh, of course…that famous Grimm character Enormous Ruler!

  18. Tammy says:

    I didnt know big foot ripped body parts off people lol

  19. Leon Banks says:

    the problem if its big foot is that up until now, all of the shows has been based on the origanal stories of Grimm. i dont believe that big foot was one

  20. Raveenah says:


  21. dawnmac says:

    I didn’t like this show at the beggining, but I am glad I gave it another shot. It has really come into its own and it is now on my must see list everyweek.

  22. sciguyjohn says:

    Didn’t they say this at the end of the last week’s episode in the previews?

  23. Em Taylor says:

    Big Foot isn’t a fairy tale. I’m fairly certain that there are a few fairy tales involving cutting off people’s feet (during the time that the Grimm Brothers wrote their tales, hobbling was common, so that would probably be why). It could have something to do with those. Also, the title ‘Big Feet’ doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with Big Foot. Most of the titles they’ve used are puns. Ergo…

  24. Velvet says:

    All I have to say is it’s about time Nick started carrying a weapons bag and kicking some ass.

  25. Joe cux says:

    Can’t wAit to see if he becomes a friend or another monster he has to take down and how he will do it