Grimm Season 3
The Glock 17 returns in the season as the standard sidearm of all police officers in the Portland Police Bureau and in the Oregon State Police. A couple of Verrat assassins disguised as Austrian Federal Police officers are armed with a Glock 17 before being gunned down in "Twelve Days of Krampus". An Oregon Forest Service officer is armed with the Glock 17 in "Revelation". Meisner (Damien Puckler) takes one briefly from a Verrat assassin and uses it with Sebastien (Christian Lagadec) taking it from him in "The Show Must Go On".
Grimm Season 3
Can the upcoming season be any juicier than what Season 3 brought us? If Grimm picks up where it left off, it has to be. But since so much went down in the finale, and it aired so long ago, I understand if you've forgotten some of the details. So the Season 4 premiere brings even more craziness to stay on top of, let's catch up on the past season by refreshing our memories of that Grimm-tastic finale.
"GRIMM" EQUALS ITS 18-49 HIGH SINCE NOV. 6THIS SEASON, "GRIMM" IS AVERAGING A +92% LIFT GOING FROM L+SD TO L+7Friday Primetime Results:"Grimm" (0.9/3 in 18-49, 4.2 million viewers overall from 9-10 p.m. ET): Equals its highest adult 18-49 rating since Nov. 6 (1.0 with the second "Grimm" of the season). Despite last week's preemption and this week's lower-rated encore lead-in, maintains its 0.9 rating in 18-49 for a fourth consecutive telecast. Grows +4% in total viewers versus its prior telecast (4.209 million vs. 4.036 million). Delivers its most-watched telecast since Feb. 5 (4.4 million). Builds on its lead-in by +50% in adults 18-49 and +42% in total viewers (4.2 million vs. 3.0 million). Finishes #2 in the time period among the Big 4 networks in adults 18-49 and most other key measures and ties for #1 in women 18-34. Will increase dramatically from these numbers via time-shifting: The prior "Grimm" on Feb. 19 grew by +75% in 18-49 going from L+SD to L+3 (0.92 to 1.61) and 2.2 million persons in total viewers (4.0 million vs. 6.2 million). It was the #4 biggest gain of that Feb. 15-21 week on the Big 4 networks in 18-49 percentage, behind only the +90% for "The Blacklist" and the +85% each for "Shades of Blue" and ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder." L+7: "Grimm" has increased by +92% this season in 18-49 rating going from L+SD to L+7 (from a 0.91 to a 1.75) and more than 2.4 million viewers overall (3.9 million to 6.3 million). Upscale: "Grimm" is capturing a strong upscale audience this season, indexing at a 114 among adults 18-49 living in homes with $100K+ incomes ("most current" including L+3)."Dateline NBC" (0.9/3 in 18-49, 4.7 million viewers overall from 10-11 p.m. ET): Ties for #1 in the time period among ABC, CBS and NBC in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54. Ranks #2 in the hour among those nets ahead of "20/20" in total viewers (4.7 million vs. 4.3 million). Maintains 100% of its lead-in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 (1.5 vs. 1.5) and builds by +13% in women 25-54 (1.7 vs. 1.5) and +11% in total viewers. Will add substantial viewership via time-shifting -- Friday's "Dateline" has grown by +29% this season in 18-49 rating (from a 1.05 to a 1.35) and more than 1.0 million viewers overall (4.9 million to 6.0 million) going from L+SD to L+7. Upscale: "Dateline" delivers a solid upscale audience, indexing at a 110 among adults 18-49 living in homes with $100K+ incomes.An encore of "Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon" averaged a 0.6/2 in 18-49 and 3.0 million viewers overall from 8-9 p.m. ET):In Late-Night Metered Markets Friday Night: In Nielsen's 56 metered markets, household results were: "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," 2.8/7; "Late Show with Stephen Colbert," 1.9/5 with an encore; and ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," 1.8/5 with an encore. In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, adult 18-49 results were: "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," 0.9/4; "Late Show," 0.4/2 with an encore; and "Jimmy Kimmel Live," 0.5/3 with an encore. From 12:35-1:05 a.m. ET, ABC's "Nightline" averaged a 1.3/4 in metered-market households and a 0.4/2 in 18-49 in the Local People Meters. From 12:35-1:35 a.m. ET, "Late Night with Seth Meyers" (1.3/4 in metered-market households with an encore) beat CBS's "Late Late Show" (0.9/3 with an encore). In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, "Late Night" (0.5/3 in 18-49 with an encore) topped "Late Late Show" (0.2/2 with an encore). At 1:35 a.m., "Last Call with Carson Daly" averaged a 0.8/3 in metered-market households with an encore and a 0.3/2 in adults 18-49 in the 25 markets with local people meters.NOTE: Primetime results are based on "fast affiliate time period" data from Nielsen Media Research. All ratings are "live plus same day" unless otherwise indicated.
MADISON, Wis. -- Kendall Grimm hit her third home run of the season in a four-run second inning as Wisconsin (23-18, 3-7) rallied for a split in its doubleheader against Minnesota (26-19, 4-6), winning game two, 5-3. Amanda Najdek picked up the win in a strong relief appearance. The freshman threw five scoreless innings with three strikeouts and no walks. Najdek scattered just three hits as she improved to 3-2 on the season.
The win marked the 12th comeback victory of the season for Wisconsin as Minnesota - which one game one, 1-0 -jumped out to an early lead after the top of the second inning. Kari Dorle hit a two-run home run in the first inning for the Gophers, while Malisa Barnes added an RBI single in the second to make it 3-0. The Badgers' rally started with a one-out single by Stephanie Peace in the bottom of the second inning. Michelle Mueller followed with a grounder to short. It appeared as though Jessie Hathaway was ready to flip to second to start a potential inning-ending double play, but she had trouble fielding it and was charged with an error. Given new life, Whitney Massey capitalized with a single to left field. Gopher left fielder Aubrey Davis threw the ball back in to the infield but it skipped away and Peace was able to hustle home from third to get UW on the board after the second Minnesota error of the inning. Following a strikeout, Grimm came through with the big hit. With two on, the sophomore launched the third home run of career - all of which have come this season - to straight-away center field turning a 3-1 deficit into a 4-3 advantage. It was Grimm's first home run since going deep against Utah on March 5. Wisconsin head coach Yvette Healy was pleased that her team was able to overcome the game one loss and the early hole in game two. "After they scored and hit a home run early our team definitely could have just gone into the tank there," she said. "I was really proud that they battled back and it's awesome to come back." With three RBIs in the game, Grimm tied her career high that she set last season at Minnesota. In three career games against the Gophers, Grimm is 5-9 with two runs, six RBIs, a home run and a walk. Najdek came on in relief to start the third inning and retired the first four batters she faced before running into trouble in the fourth inning. With one out, Barnes singled to right field and took second after a single by Dannie Skrove. Dorle then hit a grounder to short, but Peace flipped to Shannel Blackshear at third to get the lead runner. With two outs and runners on first and second, Alex Davis hit a soft popup to the infield. Peace raced in from her position at shortstop but couldn't make a diving catch. Skrove reached third but then took off for home once Peace was unable to make the grab. Peace alertly got to her feet and threw home to gun down Skrove and end the inning. The Badgers added an insurance run in the fifth inning. Karla Powell drew a two-out walk and was pinch run for by Venessa Nunez. The move paid dividends as Peace laced a double to left center. She was thrown out trying to stretch it into a triple, but Nunez was able to come all the way around from first base and cross the plate before Peace was tagged out. After surviving the scoring threat in the fourth inning, Najdek went into cruise control the rest of the way as she retired the final nine batters she faced. With her scoreless outing, Najdek has now given up two runs or fewer in her last 14 appearances. Her ERA stands at an impressive 1.91 in those 40.1 innings, and her ERA on the season has dropped from 22.91 down to 3.66 since the streak began. The Badgers stay in Madison this weekend as Illinois visits for a two-game series. Both Saturday's and Sunday's games start at 12 p.m. at Goodman Diamond.
Charlie Grimm appeared in 151 Major League games duringthe 1924 regular season. The chart below is a comprehensive analysis of the games Grimm appeared in, specifically relating to his 1924 hitting statistics. Notes: The Date / Box field has a link to the box score from the game being described. If the Date is followed by an asterisk (*), Grimm started during that game at the first position listed in the Position(s) column. Cumulative monthly totals are provided where applicable. 041b061a72