This was an underwhelming episode of Grimm.
This writer is not sure what he was looking for in this instalment, it certainly was not Nick being dragged out of the kiss.
It is incomprehensible what the series was trying to achieve with Juliet and Nick in “Kiss the Muse.” The two have been involved in a relationship that seems like an endless tunnel. This has been going on since the beginning of season two. This episode could have provided the lit, with a little passion, brought their relationship forward.
Perhaps the love between Juliet and Nick is so profound that the writers do not feel a need to introduce passion. The couple are struggling to find a way back to each other.
Juliet struggles to recall the passion she felt for Nick. Watching her one could assume this passion is not going to remain in the tomb of past. She wants more than recovering their old relationship; she wants to build on it.
It is amusing to watch her trying to recover her memories. As she recalls memories, they seem to be a new experience. This has been going on for a long time now. It is time for Grimm writers to put a stop to it.
This may seem a contradictory statement but the longer Nick and Juliet are going to remain in this stagnation, the number of people wanting them to get back together will come down. There are only a few unsolved cases.
Renard has not been seen for a long time now. Juliet is slowly figuring out how to hunt for old memories, one at a time. She returns to trailer this week where she has feels the Wesen world.
There are some memories that stand out. One of them is the Rosalee’s first visit. She is thrilled and views everything with a sense of excitement. This sensation continues until Monroe appears and reminds her Grimm only deals with businesses. The group worked well. Everyone in the team tried to help Nick.