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And I also liked from Season 1 The Thing with Feathers, which is the one where Nick and Juliette go away for the weekend to that romantic cabin and all hell breaks loose.
I think one of the reasons I like it is because she ends up having to hunt down and sort of save Nick.
spoke to Coffee about the relationship between Adalind and Nick, what’s up with Diana, whose side is Renard really on, and more — all without any spoilers to ruin tonight’s episode. Adalind had been wishing that she wasn’t a Hexenbiest, so she could be with Nick, but now that Black Claw has her daughter, does she feel that maybe she needs to be a Hexenbiest to protect Diana? I think she realizes that Black Claw is far more powerful than anything she could do on her own as a Hexenbiest. We’re not quite sure what the Hexenbiest and Zauberbiest combination has created. How is Adalind going to teach her when it’s appropriate to use her abilities?
But the outlook, to her, is also bleak because in order to protect her daughter, she has to fall in with Black Claw, which she doesn’t want to be doing. But yes, it’s something different entirely and, so far, a lot more powerful than a Hexenbiest. Because she does something very shocking in this episode.
Sasha – Yes, I would agree, the one that airs Friday night is pretty amazing, and it’s got something for every character, so I think that is really what appeals to me – when everybody’s kind of featured and there’s such high stakes.
"Bitsie" is not a contraction of Tulloch's given name, Elizabeth, but an homage to her oddly nicknamed grandfather, a World War II bomber pilot. S., she went to middle and high school in Bedford, New York.
Tulloch graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a double major in English and American Literature and Visual and Environmental Studies.
Loyd), who turns out to have even more extraordinary powers than originally thought.
Tonight is the two-hour Season 5 finale, featuring a deadly showdown between Black Claw and Nick, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), Hank (Russell Lee), Wu (Reggie Lee), Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni), Rosalee (Bree Turner), and Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) with a surprising end result, even as Renard makes an unexpected move.