After-Take: GRIMM “Lost Boys”

GRIMM -- "Lost Boys" Episode 503 -- Pictured: (l-r) David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt, Claire Coffee as Adalind Schade -- (Photo by: Scott Green/NBC)

GRIMM — “Lost Boys” Episode 503 — Pictured: (l-r) David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt, Claire Coffee as Adalind Schade — (Photo by: Scott Green/NBC)

Name of the Episode: Lost Boys

Beware – the follow contains spoilers!!!

With all the bad memories laid up in the house Nick and Juliette once shared, Nick officially sells their home. They had lived there for six and a half years, and has been a main focal point of the series. He and Adalind seem to be growing more comfortable with each other’s company. They are now looking to their next chapter, not their ideal situation, but with Kelly to care for, their rules have to change.

Nick decides having a non traditional home will be safer for everyone involved moving forward; although the abandoned paint factory with alarm system isn’t charming, it’s safer than where they were before. Misner surprises Captain Renard at the precinct. Misner insists Diana is safe with friends and the King has died, making Victor the ruler of the throne for the time being.

Meanwhile, four children are seen living in the woods by themselves; they are seeking a mother figure to look after them. Once their latest mother, Wendy flees from their camp and dies from a head wound, they need a new mother. To care for a sick girl at the camp, two boys end up at Rosalee’s shop for medicine. But when they try to steal the medicine, Rosalee catches them and the younger boy wolges in front of her. He pleads that the medicine is for his sister and Rosalee lets him keep the medicine because he has no money or family. Adalind runs into a former co-worker, and he says she has the possibility to get her old job back. It’s a possibility Adalind seems to be considering, because she currently does not have any source of income, totally dependent on Nick’s finances and protection.

Rosalee’s kindness gets taken advantage of when the girl returns to the shop with her brothers to kidnap Rosalee. Monroe heard the kidnapping on the phone and quickly rushed over, but is too late. Rosalee wakes up in the back of a truck, and the kids insist they won’t hurt her because she’s home now. Monroe is frantic to find Rosalee; he gets the scent from Wendy, to find out where she’s been.

The children are fighting for Rosalee’s attention and trying to get her acclimated to their home. The children are unaware of what Grimm’s are, or even what they are. So Rosalee uses her stories as an advantage to hopefully scare the children into when Nick comes to rescue her. Once they fall asleep after the story, Rosalee chews out of her ties and slinks out into the woods. As she does she falls into a pit where the children help her out. Once they do, they woge into their wesen features and get set to attack.

When they do, Monroe, Nick and Hank come to the rescue and the children are frightened when they see a Grimm for the first time. Once at the police station, the children learn they will be sent back with child protection services. The boys are introduced to the warden who encourages them embrace what they are; and they now have a new family. At the end of the episode, Misner goes to the dungeon cell, and reveals Trubel is the prisoner. He only say’s, “It’s time.” And she exits her cell.

Plans have been scarce, but next week previews a trail of blood. Starting with an oath to bring the head of the Grimm, with Trubel caught in the crossfire. Stay tuned for new and exciting episode recaps!