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The deleted scenes happened after this one where Nick gives Adalind his shirt. Look at Nick right here. Trying not to let the way Adalind looks in his shirt affect him.  Look at that peek he takes as she walks away. He can’t help himself. Poor guy. lol 

Grimm | Nadalind - Nick Burkhardt x Adalind Schade

Season 5 - Deleted Scenes | 5 x 04

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I need, like, a season 1 Grimm AU where Barry’s mother is a Grimm, and that’s why Eobard kills her. He’s a wesen that she’s been trying to track because he’s been killing people, so he goes after her. And after she’s dead, Barry is taken in by Joe and has no idea what he is but he does know that the man who killed his mother changed. His face changed. 

Many years later, Barry starts seeing things. Things that can’t be explained and that nobody else can see. Terrified that he’s losing his mind, he tells no one about it. Until the day he comes face to face with two suspected thieves that show him the truth. 

Leonard Snart convinces his long time partner that they should help this Grimm, not kill him. Having an actual, real-life Grimm depend on them for information would change the game forever. However, it soon becomes difficult to separate their feelings from business when it comes to Barry, especially when it becomes clear that Barry clearly cares about them and has a knack for attracting the nastier Wesen to himself.

  • Leonard Snart:  half-Zauberbiest (uses his powers for thievery) 
  • Mick Rory: Blutbad (with a penchant for fire)
  • Barry Allen: Grimm (untrained, unaware)

anonymous asked:

I don't like A'dalind very much, but I appreciate the fact that she apologized to Eve/Juliette in episode 5.

It was a nice gesture, but what’s finally made me believe her compressed redemption arc is how she’s treated Eve since then. I’ll never ship her with Nick or be okay with what terrible writing that was, but she’s been sincerely kind and helpful to Eve this entire season, and was even willing to risk her own life to go save Eve from the Mirror World.

That’s a long way from the Adalind we knew in season one, and I’m glad she got there. I’m just sorry the writers didn’t give us that starting two seasons ago, instead of rushing an unnecessary romance arc and putting her character on the back burner for so long.

The Fandoms (2-15-17)
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anonymous asked:

Congratulations, Grimm. You officially fucked it up. There's no way in hell I can forgive this show for killing it's two (it's ONLY important) characters of colour. This show was, diversity-wise, not great from the beginning but this... this is unacceptable. If you go ahead and kill the rest of Team Grimm as well, I might be a little less mad, but I really don't see that happening. Congratulations, Grimm, I officially hate this episode.

Agreed, agreed, AGREED. I’m so angry. And sad. Mostly angry.

Like…couldn’t they have mixed it up and had them LIVE for a damn change? It doesn’t help that that scene was…well, it wasn’t great. I got what they were going for, but it made no sense to me. I get why Hank couldn’t be saved by the Stick, but why does Nick just sit there and stare at Wu while he’s still alive and could be healed instead of HEALING HIM!?

As cheesy as I think Total Rewinds are, I want a fucking Total Rewind ending to Grimm now because it’s the only way to fix this first and foremost, as well as a few other things they’ve left broken here at the end.

anonymous asked:

I know she’s a little young for that but I can totally see Diana as a Silverhardt shipper. I mean she wants her parents back together so she doesn’t want her mum to be with Nick. Also she cares for Eve and knows that Eve is in pain cause Nick is not her boyfriend anymore. All in all it’s pointless but it’s kind of sweet.

I can definitely imagine Diana wanting Juliette and Nick to be together because maybe then her parents will be together, especially earlier on.

I don’t think she fully accepted it until “Blind Love,” tbh. When she tells her father, “I guess we all love each other,” I think that was her coming to understand and accept that her mother and father aren’t going to be together, and that that’s okay, because they both love her and she loves them, and Nick loves her brother who she also loves…and that’s enough for her.

One of the coolest things about her character is how quietly inquisitive she is. She’s very realistic as a child in that way: she doesn’t just, she just wonders, and asks questions, and shifts her worldview to accommodate new information. Adults go kicking and screaming when you try to change their minds about something, but all you have to do for most little kids is take the time to explain it the right way.

And that’s very much Diana. When an adult takes the time to explain something to her, as long as that something makes sense she’ll accept it and move on without a lot of fuss. And I think that’s what she’s done with her parents, although I’m sure a part of her still wishes that she could see both of them all the time and see them happy together.