Ranchhand John is killed while accidentally bumping at night into Vincent, a blue-fluorescent feral performing one of the 27 raids on cows that went from Nebraska to Portland, actually harvesting bovine ovaries for his pregnant mate Jocelyn, with whom he keeps moving and hiding. Besides Nick, the case seems to be followed only by an 'ufologist' or alien-hunter, who in fact chases the very feral species. Monroe recognizes the print Nick made from his key as part of a medieval map as Swabia, Renard explains the keys combine into a map to a terrible treasure hidden by seven crusader Grimms. Juliette swears Monroe to secrecy, being insecure about her reemerging love memories.
Did You Know?
At 15:44 Sgt. Wu states "The truth is out there." which is the catchphrase of "The X Files". See more
When Nick is about to open the trailer, Monroe asks: "Don't you need a warrant?" Nick says yes, then lets Monroe open it for him. This would not work IF they needed a warrant, as Monroe would be acting as an "agent" of the police.
However, Nick doesn't need a warrant. In the case of Carroll v. United States (1925) the Supreme Court provided for a "Motor Vehicle Exception" which also applies to trailers in tow, allowing for search of such items without a warrant. See more
Oh, hey, Nick.
Ah, I see you two have a book open there, which more likely than not portends some kind of catastrophic disaster, which in turn, can only mean my date with Rosalee has been put on hold
References The X-Files
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more