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Grimm Season 6 Episode 7 Video Spoilers

Grimm Video: Nick Falls... for Rosalee?!

Uh, Monroe? You might wanna take a look at this.

Nick declares his undying romantic devotion to Rosalee — yes, Rosalee — in this week’s Grimm, as you’ll see in this exclusive sneak peek from the episode (NBC, 8/7c).

If you’re confused about why Adalind’s man is putting the moves on Monroe’s wife (and baby mama-to-be), we’ve got two words: love potion (though that’s not readily apparent as Burkhardt and his googoo eyes declare their love for the Fuchsbau).

The episode, Grimm‘s take on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, kicks off when Rosalee whisks Monroe away for his birthday and invites most of their friends to join them. But then a hotel employee recognizes Nick and wants to avenge his father, and it turns into a whole thing.

Back in Portland, per the official episode synopsis: “Eve gets a visit from a dark force that she has seen before” and “Capt. Renard spends the weekend with Diana when a former ally decides to get even.”

Press PLAY on the video below to watch Nick fall head-over-heels for his best friend’s girl, then hit the comments: What other kooky Grimm gang hook-ups would you like to see?

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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9 Comments
  1. Sheraine says:

    This must be a love potion for real,cause this can’t be happening, lol.

  2. Calandra hall says:

    Team nick and adalind

  3. see this is why i really do not understand why the show is getting cancelled!! :( i love this show!! how could a bigillion fans be wrong?

  4. ninergrl6 says:

    Loved the ep! A nice change of pace with all the happiness and flashbacks. Very funny twist, especially Hank being infatuated with himself, but then again A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of my favorite Shakespeare plays. The Diana storyline was clever too – sure, kidnap her, she’ll make you regret it!

  5. Mchan says:

    Yes the Diana episode was a lot of fun… some grim undertone to it maybe?

  6. grys03 says:

    Dumb question: why is this show being cancelled? Contracts? Bad ratings? Stars wanting to move on? Network is run by intelligence-starved gnomes?
    .
    Honestly enjoy the silliness of this show. It certainly has plenty of plot holes & incomplete story lines but it is fun. & has built a reasonably cohesive freaky universe that I look forward to watching every week.