A bizarre series of female deaths and disappearances leads to a creepy suspect, while a mysterious stranger arrives to avenge a friend’s death-by-Grimm. All of this points out the many dangers of dating in the modern age. “Lonelyhearts” will air on Friday, November 18 at 9pm on NBC.

#20 Captain Renard and Hank discuss the case.

#19 Sergeant Wu is not impressed.

#18 Captain Renard reads his newspaper and possibly engages in police and/or monster business.

#17 Nick gets into a disagreement with his computer.

#16 Hank reacts to this computer problem.

#15 A visit to the morgue is guaranteed to make everything even creepier.

#14 Apparently, Monroe plays the cello. As wolves are wont to do…

#13 Nick looks through one of the trailer’s creepy books for clues.

#12 The grocery store is much less creepy.

#11 It’s also far more romantic.

#10 This man has a scythe.

Henry Lubatti guest stars as Slivitch.

#9 Captain Renard is not impressed by scythes.

#8 This makes sense, since the scythe didn’t do Slivitch much good.

#7 That would be an ear.

Also, ewwwwwwwwww!!!

#6 Out of the way!!!

#5 That is one impressive police chase.

#4 It’s never good when the police are too shocked to shoot.

#3 Nick and Hank take a casual stroll through a seriously messed-up crime scene.

#2 Hank needs a bigger flashlight.

#1 Billy Capra (guest star Patrick Fischler) is ready for his date.

Laurel Brown

Senior Writer, BuddyTV

Laurel grew up in Mamaroneck, NY, Grosse Pointe, MI and Bellevue WA. She then went on to live in places like Boston, Tucson, Houston, Wales, Tanzania, Prince Edward Island and New York City before heading back to Seattle. Ever since early childhood, when she became addicted to The Muppet Show, Laurel has watched far too much TV. Current favorites include ChuckModern FamilySupernaturalMad Men and Community. Laurel received a BA in Astrophysics (yes, that is possible) from Colgate University and a PhD in Middle Eastern Studies and History of Science from Columbia University before she realized that television is much better than studying.