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Grimm Season 2 Gives Jason Gedrick a Death Sentence
Former Luck star, Jason Gedrick, who will also be appearing in Dexter soon, has joined NBC’s spooky procedural Grimm for a guest spot in an upcoming episode of the show’s sophomore season. Gedrick’s appearance will be something a little different for the series, though saying that about the show’s second season is rather redundant. There could be years to come of Grimm doing slightly different things. By Season 4 they could do this type of story five times over. Still, for now it’s a new endeavor and I’m excited to see how it pays off. As for Gedrick, I think they made a good choice giving the role to him. But I suppose you’ll want to know what the part is?
Well, the way TVLine reports it, it would seem Gedrick is down to play a murderer on death row, put there by our very own Hank. This killer, Craig Wendell, has been saying for years the crime he committed was one of self-defense, but his pleas were met with skepticism because he continuously claimed the two people he killed were “monsters.” Right away I can tell Craig is off his rocker. I mean, come on. Monsters? This isn’t Supernatural, Craig. Monsters don’t exist in… Okay, wait. This is Grimm. There are monsters in Grimm. I guess I just forgot. My bad.
Yes, the monsters are very real, which means Hank might come around to believe perhaps Craig has been telling the truth all this time. But if that’s the case, how does Hank prove Craig’s innocence without giving away too much of the truth? He can’t go around telling everyone in the justice system about the existence of monsters, can he? Realistically, his safest bet is to somehow take Craig’s crazy sounding claims and use them to get him put away for being insane. It’s not freedom, but at least it isn’t death, right? It sounds reasonable to me at least.