We’re really looking forward to tonight’s episode of “Grimm,” titled “La Llorona,” as few legends are spookier than “The Weeping Woman.” Here are two more clips from the ep along with a behind-the-scenes look at the makeup process.
TV Guide got the first look at the clip, in which Nick (David Giuntoli) needs a translator for a child-abduction case. Luis Alvarez (David Barrera) is distraught when his son, Rafael, is taken by a mysterious weeping woman in white. In order to speak with Luis, Nick calls in Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch), who speaks Spanish after having grown up in Spain with her grandmother, and she encounters a mystical woman named Pilar (Bertila Damas). In the untranslated portion (subtitles will be added when the episode airs Friday), Pilar says that good children are always taken and she knows who the kidnapper is.
Episode 2.09 – “La Llorona” (airing 10/26/12; 9:00-10:00 pm)
IT’S HALLOWEEN IN PORTLAND, AND A SERIES OF BIZARRE CHILD ABDUCTIONS LEAD NICK TO A GHOST STORY THAT MAY BE REALITY — Despite the enthusiastic anticipation of the city’s residents for Halloween, a series of horrifying child abductions make their way to Portland, quickly spoiling the holiday spirit. Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) join forces with Valentina Espinosa (guest star Kate del Castillo, Telemundo’s “La Reina del Sur”), a mysterious detective from Albuquerque, to help find and capture the elusive suspect. Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) joins their investigation, acting as the precinct’s fill-in Spanish translator. The more Nick digs into the case, the more he realizes the pattern of the kidnapping matches those in the famed Hispanic horror story “La Llorona,” a story with its roots intertwined with his own family’s history. Meanwhile Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) celebrates the holiday in fine style as he teaches the neighborhood bullies a lesson. Sasha Roiz and Reggie Lee also star.
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