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When Juliette finds two corpses in the woods that appear to have been killed by Bigfoot, Nick gets involved and discovers that the murders lead to a wesen counselor who is helping other creatures deal with the inner range. Meanwhile, Hank and Juliette both come closer to Nick's secret life as a Grimm.
Hank: These wounds look like they were made by an animal. Maybe a wolf.
Nick: I don’t know. If these footprints were what Tom and Juliette followed from the horse attack, I’m thinking whatever did this was human.
Wu: The answer’s obvious. The murders were committed by a barefoot man carrying a wolf.
Eddie: Larry, you fought the good fight. And for guys like us, it’s a battle we fight every day of our lives. I don’t know what went wrong for you, man, but we are going to find out. Rest in peace, brother.
Nick: That sounded really beautiful. What does it mean?
Eddie: “Everything has an end. Only the sausage has two.” My father used to say it when anyone died.
Konstantin Brinkerhof: I would love to talk to you about your identity issues sometime.
Nick: Thanks, I’m good.
Konstantin Brinkerhof: Are you? You can only walk in darkness so long. Sooner or later the inner man emerges for all to see. It’s never a question of if, only when.
Reynaldo: Anyway, the way I feel, miracle cure might be worse than the disease.
Eddie: That reminds me of Larry’s old joke, remember? “What’s the best way to help a friend quit drinking?”
Reynaldo and Eddie: Tear his arms off!