TV Goodness Q&A: Bitsie Tulloch, Juliette on NBC’s Grimm
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[Warning: spoilers for Grimm season 2]
One of the most satisfying elements of Grimm’s second season has to be the way Juliette is more fully incorporated into the mythology of the show. During much of season 1, she was supportive of Nick as well as unaware of his newfound supernatural responsibilities. The second Adelind’s cat scratched her, the character instantly became more interesting. And when she woke up from the coma without memories of her significant other — and with a sudden, let’s say, attachment to Renard — an entertaining triangle was born.