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In my opinion, the best episodes of Grimm center around original fairy tales and put a clever, modern-day twist on them. After all, is this not the very essence of the show? My 最佳, 返回页首 收藏夹 are these;

#7: Episode 5, Danse Macabre: This episode clearly and elequently elaborates on the story of the Pied Piper. It really gives a new perspective on an old tale while delivering wonderful suspense and horrific scenes.

#6: Episode 10, Organ Grinder: Not only did this episode have all the prospects of a good horror film, it also captured part of the story of Hansel and Gretle. It is very subtle, but...
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I really don’t see the point of a Reference Rundown. While the quote is from “Hans, mein Igel”, the plot had absolute nothing to do with it - even if they try on the NBC website to draw a feeble connections, which shows a terrible lack of understanding of the tale, which is actually (similar to Beauty and the Beast) about not judging based on outer appearance. The episode is 更多 a mixture out of “Big Foot” and “Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hide”, and I frankly don’t get why they weren’t straightforward and took a quote related to either of them.

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