The Wrap spoke with David Giuntoli about how Nick will deal with the loss of his Grimm powers. “He deals with loss the same as every other person,” he told. “He grieves it.”.“He has to remember why he became a cop again”.
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TheWrap: What would you say is the theme for season four?
David Giuntoli: Identity, I think, is what I would say. I don’t think Nick knows what his identity is and how his relationships are going to shape and do I want to be a Grimm any longer.
The return of Nick’s powers doesn’t resolve itself in one episode. What can you tell us about how he deals with the loss?
He grieves it, but when it comes to something like the Grimm powers there’s a silver lining there. He’ll get a somewhat a normal life back, or at least he thinks he may. It could be good for his relationship, but again, it doesn’t undo the past. It’s kind of a mixed bag for him. Being a Grimm certainly was the thing that was messing up Nick and Juliette’s relationship.
Trubel will have a role in helping as Nick is dealing with the loss, but what else can we expect from her this season? Is she going to be around for a while? Does she kind of go away?
She’ll be around for a little while. She’s great. She’s so committed. She’s a wonderful actress. She’s so eager, fresh, you know, it’s exhausting. She’s like so excited. It’s great. The crew and cast love her, so she’s pretty special.