Grimm season 6 episode 8 focuses on Eve’s story as she deals with the continued threat of the death grip. It also delves on her struggles with the effects of the healing stick. In her current state, is there a chance for Juliette to return?
Grimm season 6 episode 8 spoilers reveal Eve’s big secret is about to come out. In fact, it is only a matter of time before Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) figure things out.
Apparently, Eve has had visions ever since Nick used the stick to save her life. However, she did not tell anyone what was happening to her.
Bitsie Tulloch Talks About Juliette
Some fans are speculating on the fate of Juliette/Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) as the series comes to an end. Indeed, many are eager to see Juliette return and possibly see her reunite with Nick.
SpoilerTV hinted the former couple will share some moments together in Grimm season 6 episode 8. However, one of those moments will reportedly be quite strange.
Nonetheless, Eve’s current condition might offer a chance to bring back Juliette. However, if it does, Tulloch reveals it would be about restoring her humanity more than anything else. Tulloch told Blastr:
“I think it’s less of her feelings coming back and more of the humanity coming back. And I think that’s exactly what the writers should have given her as a storyline. She needed to feel like herself again and less like a weapon/robot.”
More than that, Tulloch wants her character to make up for what she has done during her hexenbiest Juliette. In the end, she wants Nick and the rest to know she has changed and is now good.
Grimm Season 6 Episode 8 Synopsis
The Grimm season 6 episode 8 synopsis for The Son Also Rises reveals what the rest of the characters are up to. Monroe and Rosalee continue to research about the origins of the cloth. Interestingly, fans will find out that Monroe knows how to speak Italian.
The trio of Nick, Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) will look into the deadly attacks happening against scientists. Apparently, it will be an investigation unlike anything they have encountered before.
The Wesen of the week might not be as exciting as others. Regardless, it is still enjoyable to watch Hank and Wu in action. Meanwhile, Capt. Renard talks to an old friend to find out about the origins of the symbols drawn by Diana.
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