‘Grimm’: Bitsie Tulloch on Juliette’s memory woes – EW

In this September 2012 interview, Bitsie Tulloch talked to Entertainment Weekly about what happened in Grimm’s Season 2 episode 2×04 titled “Quill”, in which Juliette’s meeting with repair man and Eisbiber named Bud (Danny Bruno) left her suspicious after he accidentally referred to Nick as a Grimm. Also, she answered question about what’s next for Juliette after that episode and the Renard’s kiss that woke her up. Source: EW

Take a sneak peek at the Entertainment Weekly article.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: There is lots to get to, but first, I have to say, I love Bud the beaver man.

BITSIE TULLOCH: I love him! His name is Danny Bruno, and he’s a Portland-based actor. He gets so much love from me. Almost any time I do interviews I talk about him because I just love his story. He was just cast in a small role in one episode, and he killed it. He was so lovable and funny. And I think fans really responded to the idea that there are some Wesen — Silas’ characters among them — who are inherently good. They’re not all evil. And the beavers are meek, sweet Wesen and they get bullied a lot. I just love that Danny Bruno has had so much to do.

And he had an important scene in this episode. He put the word “Grimm” into Juliette’s lexicon. What is she going to do with that?

Juliette’s always had her own detective mystery to solve. In season 1, it was, “What’s going on with my boyfriend? What’s he going through that he’s not telling me?” Now in season 2, it’s “Who is this person? What’s a grimm?” And she’s bright — it’s not something she’s going to drop.

Solo missions are fun, but do you hope she’s brought into the fold this season? Like Hank?

Yeah. I think so. There was an episode last season where she ended up finding the body. (Ed note: episode 1.21, “Big Feet.”) She was at the scene of the crime before Nick, and I liked that. The fans have been calling us the Scooby Gang for a while, and I really had a lot of fun being more involved. And I think there’s a reason [the character] is a veterinarian; she can possibly be of help with some of the creatures.

Read the complete 2012 Entertainment Weekly interview with Bitsie Tulloch.

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