Best Grimm Characters (TV Series)
I like everything about Monroe: He's a good friend, and lover. He's funny, kind, thoughtful, and always ready to help his unlikely Grimm fiend, Nick. He has put his life on the line more than once for Nick and Hank. His relationship with Rosalie is endearing. I enjoy watching them interact. His somewhat unkempt appearance, frumpy sweaters, and scruffy beard, is perfect for his character. Personally, never use the word "dude" when addressing someone, directly, but it works well for his character. He reminds me a little of myself, as he's always working to keep the darker side of his Blutbad/Wesen nature, suppressed.
He holds the whole story together.
What is lovely about Grimm is the way very different people open their minds and hearts to eachother and he is the first to do this.
He provides most of the interesting historical information and makes it emotionally relevant to the present e.g. when they're in the woods looking for the Grimm Crusader's treasure and he talks of the peasants fighting feudalism.
He is the programmes moral compass.
Silas Wicher really can act, which helps, when bringing fairy tales to life.
Monroe has funny moments, hardworking, and a loyal friend. He's helped Nick and others many times and he is selfless. He and Rosalie had an awesome "Romeo-and-Juliet" love story that brought good story to the show
He's lovable, kind and funny, but also has a dark side which is kinda exciting.. He seems genuinely nice, wouldn't mind hanging out with him. Very handsome too
She was evil for love and then good for love. Even when she was evil, she was understandably so and I'm all about redemption and second chances. Plus, no matter when, she was good to watch.
Like so many people can relate to, Adalind Schade's done some things she's not proud of. However she's a strong enough character to try to become better. Grimm is Adalind's redemption story.
'Cause after everything she's done an been through she's loyal to a grimm and in love with him. She's a sweet and loving mom and stands strong when she has to
She even has a great sense of humour! She used to piss me off but I grew to love her!
He is best grimm ever
After all it's mostly about him and he does a good job being the grimm
She is a powerhouse and doesn't hesitate to do the right thing. She did survive even without knowing she is a Grimm.
She is a badass and one of the best characters on th show, she should be a regular.
She light up the show
She's sweet and knowledgeable and just good to the core. She's the den momma and they are all better because of her.
Sweet, but she can be a badass when necessary.
He has the best sense of humor! I would love to see him more frequently!
He was working on another series, but now is in this turning it into a great show
Used Adaline's love for him to get her to do bad things, forced her to go after Hank, took no responsibility for that and pretended to be good finally he showed his true colours
The hatred toward Juliette from Grimm fans speaks volumes to the level of Misogyny still in this world.
Juliette was loyal to Nick when he kept secrets from her, loyal to him when he was overwhelmed witty powers that led him to love a wesen woman, and when Nick said he didn't think he wanted to be a Grimm anymore, she was loyal to that notion. When he changed his mind again, she was loyal enough to take dangerous potion vapors and become her worst enemy to help him be a Grimm again. She forgave him for sleeping with Adalind as she knew it was not his fault.
She had Nick's back in multiple battles, and learned how to fire a weapon so that she didn't have to listen to him whine about having to protect her anymore.
Then, when she became a Hexenbeast, he could not even look her in the face.
He walked out of the house when she needed him the most, leaving Juliette to deal with her new situation alone.
When he called her several times after she left the ...more
I can see the Nadalind fans are strong here with their delusional hate. I like Juliette because she was unselfish and put her friend's happiness over her own when she helped get Nick his powers back.
Well, she's not boring anymore. I like her character. It would be fun to watch them as a couple and not separated.
She was boring before season 4, but after, I was really impressed and I like her more.
He reminds me of a cute and timid, but with a rascal side, puppy. Love his character.
I just love Bud. Can lighten up the darkest scenes...
It has his comic point
Meisner was a good man, he was combatant and regular guy like Hank Griffin. Meisner saved Adalind from the Royal and he delivered the baby to the new world. Also he saved Trubel from the Black Claw with Nick Burkhardt.
Meisner haunted Sean Renard that he chose the wrong side and he warned about the two Black Claw waiting for Sean and he saved his life,
She scared me!