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Grimm The Believer (2011–2017) Online

Grimm The Believer (2011–2017) Online
Original Title :
The Believer
Genre :
TV Episode / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery
Year :
Directror :
John Behring
Cast :
David Giuntoli,Russell Hornsby,Elizabeth Tulloch
Writer :
Stephen Carpenter,David Greenwalt
Type :
TV Episode
Time :
Rating :
Grimm The Believer (2011–2017) Online

An evangelical preacher (guest star William Mapother) has a tent revival unlike any other when he uses his Wesen identity to gain more believers. Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to the scene as things escalate when a group of "true believers" are hell bent on saving the preacher and his flock by any means necessary. Meanwhile, Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz) takes further steps to gain power in local government. Elsewhere, Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) uses Adalind's (Claire Coffee) ol' hat trick to gain more access to Black Claw.
Episode credited cast:
David Giuntoli David Giuntoli - Nick Burkhardt
Russell Hornsby Russell Hornsby - Hank Griffin
Elizabeth Tulloch Elizabeth Tulloch - Eve (as Bitsie Tulloch)
Silas Weir Mitchell Silas Weir Mitchell - Monroe
Sasha Roiz Sasha Roiz - Captain Sean Renard
Reggie Lee Reggie Lee - Sgt. Wu
Bree Turner Bree Turner - Rosalee Calvert
Claire Coffee Claire Coffee - Adalind Schade
William Mapother William Mapother - Dwight Eleazer
Daniel di Tomasso Daniel di Tomasso - Mark Nelson
Walter Perez Walter Perez - Benjamin McCullough
Melinda Page Hamilton Melinda Page Hamilton - Joan Vark
Anne Leighton Anne Leighton - Rachel Wood
M. Ben Newman M. Ben Newman - Jeremiah Rogers
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brenda Braxton Brenda Braxton - Brenda Braxton

This episode opens with the Oscar Wilde quote, "We are each our own devil, and we make this world our hell."

The character "Joan Vark" is an obvious reference to Joan of Ark.

The preacher's bodyguards Mark, Luke and John are references to three of the four Gospels.

The bodyguard who commits suicide after betraying the preacher for a bag of gold coins is an obvious parallel to Judas Iscariot.