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Grimm Season 2


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#141 of 144 OFFLINE   Walter C

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Posted May 31 2013 - 06:55 AM

Where did you read that at?

 

I mainly noticed her name appearing in the credits of the regular cast, the last one before moving on to the guest stars.

 

I had to look it up to confirm, as I hoped my eyes were not deceiving me. Found this from Michael Ausiello... http://tvline.com/20...series-regular/


TV Episodes Watched - 2009 (1419 ep) / 2010 (1367 ep) / 2011 (1509 ep) / 2012 (1440 ep) / 2013 (1191 ep) / 2014 - October
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#142 of 144 OFFLINE   David Weicker

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Posted May 31 2013 - 08:40 AM

Even if she is a 'regular' cast member of Grimm, that wouldn't preclude her from staying a recurring character on Franklin And Bash.

David Ramsey is a lead character on Arrow, but has been showing up regularly on Blue Bloods

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#143 of 144 OFFLINE   Afiger

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Posted June 06 2013 - 03:02 PM

I enjoyed the second season, well the episodes that could catch. Since when do we have so many breaks in the season? It seems like every couple of episodes that went by there would be a two or three week break to deal with. So, pretty sure I missed half the season  because I didn't know when to catch it. I'm hoping to go back and watch it later on though.



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Posted November 03 2013 - 02:50 PM

Enjoyed the majority of Grimm's second season, apart from a few episodes starting with "Volcanalis" and ending with the penultimate episode of the season. Felt the season finale "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm" was a return to form and Grimm back to it's normal self.

Regarding the UK region free Blu-ray release of the second season, have only tested the first episode on disc 1 so far, but there's something which is bothering me about the transfer. I also noticed it with the Hawaii Five-0: Season 1 Blu-ray set (which is also region free), static horizontal lines in the background.


Edited by WaveCrest, November 03 2013 - 03:56 PM.





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