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Grimm Season 2: Bones Intern Switches Professions
A seasoned intern of crime procedurals is about to whet his metaphorical beak in the supernatural when he joins NBC’s Grimm for a multi-episode arc in its second season. Frequent Bones character Michael Grant Terry is taking off his squint lab coat and joining the police force starting in Episode 8 of Grimm’s sophomore season. Interestingly, he will still be playing an intern, so he’ll know exactly how to play someone who is constantly in the shadow of his mentors, which in this case will be Nick Burkhardt, but really – who else could it be? And if Terry is following in Nick’s footsteps it’s only a matter of time before he becomes wrapped up in some mess involving a Wesen or two.
As reported by TV Guide, Terry’s multi-episode gig will see him playing Ryan Smulson, the wide-eyed and enthusiastic student just beginning his internship at the Portland Police Department. Like any young buck with his eye on a badge, Ryan wants to someday be a detective. And I’m sure he’s hoping to be shot three days before retirement as well. What self-respecting police officer wouldn’t want to go out like that? Too bad he didn’t factor in the supernatural creatures that prowl the night. Once you start tangling with them your chances of making it past 35 severely drop. He’ll be lucky to make it through his internship if he’s shadowing Nick.
And then there’s the question of how Terry’s Ryan will react to Nick’s secret life. Will he simply accept it and help out as best he can? Or will he be so scared for his own safety he gives up being a detective and moves far, far away from anything related to Nick and Wesens? It’s easy to think he would want to stick around – who wouldn’t? But if we’re being honest, facing these creatures would be a lot scarier in the moment than we think it would be. I would probably piss my pants.