Spoiler Time: Grimm
Here’s a bit of what Grimm‘s Bitsie Tulloch told BuddyTV in a recent interview:
On what we can expect from tonight’s fall finale
This Friday’s episode is a huge one. It’s the Fall Finale and there’s a lot going on. There will be a cliffhanger going into Episode 13 which will come back next year.
On what we can expect for Juliette in upcoming episodes
It’s certainly been a lot more emotional for my character this season, you know, especially in a couple of episodes coming up. There was one episode where all I was doing the entire episode was crying, which sounds like it wouldn’t be that much fun, but as an actress it was fun to sort of really be able to delve into such deep emotions.
On Nick and Juliette’s rocky relationship and how Adalind plays a part in it
Adalind is just back to sort of wreak havoc everywhere she can. And she’s trying to sort of avenge her mother’s death. And how much [Juliette will] play into that story line remains to be seen. But the reality is Juliette just doesn’t really understand what’s going on because she’s under a spell and doesn’t know she’s under a spell because she kind of just woke up one day and started having these intense feelings about Captain Renard.
But as far as a relationship with Nick, the reality is there is a spark there. There is, even with the memory loss. It’d be great if she could remember him. I don’t know if that’s going to happen or not. But there’s definitely a spark there. You saw they were having date night that one night when they started dancing and then unfortunately she flashed to Captain Renard and kind of psyched herself out. But there was something there.
There’s still a reason they fell in love in the first place. There was a lot of love there. You know, it’s funny, if you go for Renard you’re going for the passion and the lust. If you go for Nick you’re going for the love and the comfort. So that’s like a perpetual question I’m constantly asking myself.
On Renard and Juliette’s continued obsession with each other
The reality is they’re both inextricably connected to one another and they both don’t understand why. I mean [Renard] probably has a better understanding of it just because he’s more within that sort of Grimm world. He obviously had agreed to do the purification rite so that he would be pure of heart when he kissed me. But I don’t think he fully understands what’s going on now as far as this, you know, intense attraction. It’s not getting any better; it’s just getting worse and worse and stronger and stronger. So I guess what I could say is that you haven’t seen the last of that yet.
On Juliette and Nick finally talking about the situation with Renard
I think Juliette for the most part she’s been fairly honest and straightforward inasmuch as she can be. There’s so much that she doesn’t know and there’s so much that she’s not let in on. So the reality is she doesn’t necessarily feel like this behavior is becoming to her. But then when it comes to the reason that they show up in the spice shop is that Captain Renard calls Juliette and says “I know a way we can fix this.” And she’s like “Fine, okay. Let’s fix this otherwise we are never seeing each other ever again.” She is having a little hard time fighting it but she doesn’t want this to be going on. And then when she turns around and sees Monroe, she knows Monroe. She knows Monroe knows her and she’s also aware that Renard is Nick’s boss, so now all of a sudden it’s just this tumultuous state of affairs.