On Grimm Season 4 Episode 19, Capt. Renard continues to battle a darkness within while Nick and Hank investigate a homicide connected to an age-old Wesen rite of passage.

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In Grimm Season 4 Episode 19, a group of Wesen men and boys go on a coming-of-age camping trip in the woods. While they're hunting rabbits in the wild, something else nearby is hunting a hitchhiker. Nick and Hank investigate when the hitchhiker's body turns up the next morning, and they immediately suspect a Wesen is responsible. With Monroe's help, they start looking more closely at the camping party, suspecting that the campers may have been getting a little too involved in their Wesen heritage. Prince Kenneth comes up with a new plan to draw Nick's mother out of hiding by turning Juliette against Nick. Adalind, meanwhile, sees the writing on the wall and decides to reveal her pregnancy to certain other interested parties. Juliette continues her descent into darkness, and Renard experiences another blackout episode. Will the prince's plan work? How will Nick react when he learns about Adalind's pregnancy? What will happen with Adalind? And will Monroe find out the truth with the Iron Hans camping groups? There are answers to be found and more questions to be discovered, all when you watch Grimm Season 4 Episode 19 online, right here at TV Fanatic!

Episode Details

On Grimm Season 4 Episode 19, Capt. Renard continues to battle a darkness within while Nick and Hank investigate a homicide connected to an age-old Wesen rite of passage.


Rating: 3.6 / 5.0 (22 Votes)
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Grimm
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19

Grimm Season 4 Episode 19 Quotes

Whether you are Lowen, Blutbad, Drang-Zorn, or Balaam, we are all blessed. And when you woge for the first time, you will feel a power like you have never felt before. But this is never to be revealed. Normal people will never feel like you feel, they will never know what you know. They will never live life as deeply as you.

Bowden

Did she say anything along the lines of, like, "Sorry, I didn't mean to beat up folks I never met before"?

Monroe