On Grimm Season 6 Episode 10, Nick and Hank investigate a series of violent murders and turn up an unexpected perpetrator in a nursing home.

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When you watch Grimm Season 6 Episode 10 online, Nick, Hank, and Wu investigate when a young woman is brutally murdered in a way that totally screams "Wesen." Unfortunately, there aren't exactly a lot of clues, and the victim did not appear to be Wesen herself. Nor is there any apparent motive for her death. Team Grimm is also called in to investigate when an elderly woman dies after a violent altercation with an orderly at her nursing home. As it turns out, she was Wesen and suffering from dementia, and he was only defending himself. Meanwhile, Eve continues her investigations into the mirror realm and the mysterious skull face that has been tormenting her and Nick. To learn more, she turns to Adalind and asks if she still has any of her mother's spell books. And Renard is not letting the matter of his daughter's drawings drop, and he demands to see the tunnels she saw the carvings. Adalind and Nick are understandably hesitant. Will they accede to Renard's request, for the sake of Diana? Will Eve find her answers in the spellbooks? Who is responsible for the death of the young woman? Find out the answers when you watch Grimm Season 6 Episode 10 online!

Episode Details

On Grimm Season 6 Episode 10, Nick and Hank investigate a series of violent murders and turn up an unexpected perpetrator in a nursing home.


Rating: 4.2 / 5.0 (58 Votes)
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Grimm
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Grimm Season 6 Episode 10 Quotes

Monroe: What if it’s not just mirrors?
Rosalee: What are you talking about?
Monroe: Well, what if she catches her reflection in a window or, like, a china cabinet? Is this skull freak gonna pull her through those, too?!
Rosalee: Let’s just stick to mirrors right now, alright?

I think Eve’s looking for a little redemption. Aren’t we all.

Adalind