, troublemaker Adalind (Claire Coffee) returns to wreak havoc in everyone’s lives and avenge her mother’s brutal death.Naturally, she has her eyes set on Portland Homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) and those closest to him, including his partner Hank (Russell Hornsby) and fiancée Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch).
He probably has a better understanding of it, just because he’s more within that Grimm world.
He obviously 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 intense attraction. 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.
Is there any concern that Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) won’t keep their secret from Nick (David Giuntoli)?
TULLOCH: For the most part, Juliette has been fairly honest and straightforward, as much as she can be, knowing that there’s so much that she doesn’t know and that she’s not let in on.
The reality is that she doesn’t necessarily feel like this behavior is becoming to her.The reason that they show up in the spice shop is that Captain Renard calls Juliette and says, “I know a way that we can fix this,” ans she’s like, “Fine, okay, let’s fix this, otherwise we are never seeing each other, ever again.” She is having a little bit of a 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 and she knows that Monroe knows her.She’s also aware that Renard is Nick’s boss, so now, all of a sudden, it’s this tumultuous state of affairs.What can you say about Nick and Juliette in this fall finale, and how the return of Adalind (Claire Coffee) might play into that?TULLOCH: Well, Adalind is back to wreak havoc everywhere she can, and she’s trying to avenge her mother’s death.