“Dressed in the skin, the Wolf strolled into the pasture of the Sheep. Soon the little Lamb was following him about and was quickly led away to slaughter.”
We continue after the brief hiatus with the same plot lines merrily advancing forwards (I know! Grimm with actual plot! I’m in shock as well). Juliet has her memory loss and the Royals in Europe have sent a Nuckelavee to hunt down Nick and get the key he has – which is one of the keys to a great big Templar treasure. Nicely reminded we move back into the plot:
Which begins with Clyde the friendly Eisbiber confessing to Nick that he told Juliet Nick was a Grimm – all the while they’re watched by the stealthy Nuckelavee. Meanwhile a sheep-wesen is getting his head smacked and being dangled form a crane by his ankle and dropped into a wood pulping machine – messy. Will no-one think of the poor guy who has to clean that up.
A Reverend Calvin comes to Nick and Hank with a little problem – one of his volunteers at the church, Norman Brewster, has helped himself to a few hundred thousand dollars and transferred it all abroad and gone missing. They check around and find he was a mild mannered accountant and, after checking his place of work, find his squished up body in the wood pulper.
Doing some research shows that this is not the first time Rev Calvin has been hit by misfortune – in the past he also lead a church that lost a whole lot of money to a foreign account and the accountant went missing. Nick’s suspicion radar dings (while Hank’s is strangely quiet). Time to go to the church of the faithful – which includes at least one more sheep-wesen – to tell them the news about the minced Norman, interrupting the Reverend in his crowd pleasing speech. The shocking news turns the whole congregation into sheep – except the Reverend who looks much more predatory – he’s a Blutbad.
Time for a private discussion where the Reverend says he’s a reformed Blutbad and his flock are Seelengut. And while he knows it looks suspicious that he was involved in a similar incident before, he has an alibi in the form of Megan, his assistant
Time to go talk to our favourite reformed Bultbad, Monroe. And Hank’s trying to guess whether Wesen are woge-ing or not (Hank and Monroe look like they’re going to be fun together). They ask Monroe to go check out the good reverend to see if he is reformed or not.
He arrives – and the Seelengut panic. But Rev. Calvin calms them down and is happy to take in, Monroe, give him a bed and a place to stay to become reformed. He also finds out that Calvin and his assistant, Megan, who gave him the alibi, are romantically involved. He tells Nick along with the fact he thinks Calvin has genuinely reformed. Though Nick has found out he has a fake social security number and has no records before 6 years ago. Checking into the last church Calvin was in when it lost its money and accountant – they find Megan was also there and she was the missing accountant’s wife.