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NBC’s Grimm Goes Big Foot Beast Mode
Things are on the up and up if you’re a fan of NBC’s Grimm, which just recently sealed the deal for a second season and cast an actor to play bigfoot in an upcoming episode. You heard me right; Sasquatch, or something similar, is joining Grimm’s list of crazy creatures that go bump in the night. Nothing’s off limits in this show, and that’s what’s so great about it. So here’s to a second season! And may there be many more to come!
As reported by TVLine, Kenneth Mitchell will be guest-starring in the 21st episode which will be airing during May sweeps. Mitchell will be featured as the creature of the week; a wild beast called a Wildermann. I’m not sure what the extra “n” is about, but it’s really not all that important, so let’s just ignore it and maybe it’ll go away. The Wildermann goes by the name of Larry when it’s in its human form, which is only half the time. You see, Larry suffers from a lack of self-control, meaning he can sometimes get stuck between his human and creature selves. A device inserted into his neck is causing his little breakdown, which makes an already uncomfortable situation sound even more uncomfortable.
Grimm is a very impressive series in my eyes. It has thrived on Friday nights, a night of the week where a TV show usually never wants to end up on. Yet Grimm has been doing well, and for that I salute it!