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It begins with a Hexenbiest using a two-headed serpent to execute a blood transfusion. It ends with de-Grimmed Nick (David Giuntoli) and treacherous Adalind (Claire Coffee) switching consciousnesses. In between, the second episode of Grimm's fourth season is as dull as a midweek soap killing time until Friday's action. There's lots of stalking, lots of hospital-bed conversations, lots of ''Lemmeouttahere!'' from someone trapped in a dungeon. Wasted: a spy with an octopus head who sucks memories from people by massaging their noggins in kinky fashion with puckered, hickey-making tentacles. Sorry, brain-rapey Octopus Head. You deserved better. C+
Mike offers Mandy advice on setting aside money to pay taxes on her struggling online clothing business. But, you know, funny.
Cristela fails to persuade Josh to join her in dressing up as Hall & Oates for Halloween. Of course she does. Who would want to go as Daryl Hall? (What do you mean, you thought he was ''the cool one''? Oates rules!)
Contestants must obey all instructions given through an earpiece by host Theo Von and celebrity guests like this week's Ross Mathews. Because why the hell not?
An entrepreneur has a product designed to appeal to the ''urban beardsman.'' My guess: a T-shirt that reads ''I'm a huge tool.''
Constantine must protect a mining community from an ancient Welsh spirit. Which is weird, as Wales is famous for its beer.