There be dragons in this week's Grimm! Well, sort of. As Pilates Wolf so ridiculously pointed out, actual winged, fire-breathing dragons aren't real, dum-dum. But half-person, half-dragon creatures called Dämonfeuer are real! So hey logic, YA BURNT. Now let's watch one of them dance in a bikini for tips!

This weekend was the big bad dragon show on Grimm, and for the first time in this premiere season, one wily Wesen wised up and decided to kidnap Nick's sweetie Juliette. The whole episode went like so: A Dragon-man murders some people for copper. Nick is on the case. Nick meets the smoking hot Dragon daughter Ariel, who tries to jump-rape him. Juliette is kidnapped by Ariel and used as bait for Nick so he can fight her Dragon dad and un-crazy him somehow. Nick and Monroe save the day. It was your standard Grimm fare.

First let's talk about what I liked. I love the silly hoops this show tries to jump through by scientifically justifying the Dämonfeuer's ability to spit fire out of their mouths. You see, these beasts vomit up their own burned off body fat into a kind of human fat gas, which they then light on fire with some sort of flint-like switch inside their mouths. LOL OK, Grimm. They shoot FIRE OUT OF THEIR MOUTHS, no need to justify this with "science." But whatever, so they make a fat mist, why not? Also the Dragon lady's name was Ariel, which is the same name as the Little Mermaid's little mermaid. Thus giving all of my "Nick looks like cartoon Prince Eric" jokes weight. SHUT UP IT DOES. Overall, Ariel was pretty exciting and I'm happy she didn't die in a mist of her own purged fat in the mines. She should come back; she was just the kind of crazy that makes a movie about fairy tale character fun. However....

What I didn't like about Ariel was how little chemistry she had with old Nick. Every time the little lass saddled our mug-headed hero, I just kept thinking (and forgive me for returning to the Little Mermaid jokes) this...

Watch Grimm's horny dragon girl do her sexy dance

And that's not to say he should have cheated on Juliette (that wouldn't be true to his character). But Nick had so little ANYTHING with Ariel. Be angry, be sad, be horny, emote something for the sake of nice chests (which he certainly had). The total lack of emotion with Ariel only made his complete lack of chemistry with Juliette even more apparent. What do I know about Nick's lady love? Well we know that she is a genuinely nice person, and Nick is a genuinely nice person and I assume that it's genuinely nice when they mush their nasty bits together so somewhere out of all that bland vanilla there has to be love, right? I'm not feeling these two anymore. And if a red hot Dragon lady isn't going to conjure up some sort of emotion from this fella, I'm not sure if the very nice Juliette can, either. Especially when she asks him to pull over the car so she can tell him SHE DOESN'T WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT. What the what?

Watch Grimm's horny dragon girl do her sexy dance

All in all, the Dragons and Wesen burlesque underworld were fun for a hot moment. Glad the she-vixen is still around to rub against her copper walls (or whatever it is Dragon people do with it). Since there aren't many episodes left, I assume in the finale Juliette will dump Nick only to turn into some sort of fairy Wesen and run away for a weekend of passion in Canada with Monroe. Or we'll circle back to the whole Reaper storyline we dropped episodes ago. Sigh. Until next week, may all of your TV shows be filled with random cameos from Danny Baldwin (who is looking great I might add).