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"Grimm" Volcanalis (TV Episode 2013) Poster

(TV Series)

(2013)

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While nitrogen does freeze at about -346°F, it is stored in tanks as a liquid. The boiling point of nitrogen is about -320°F so the liquid nitrogen is at that temperature.
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Opens with the quote, "The demon came home, and he declared that the air was not clear. 'I smell the flesh of man.'", from the story "The Devil's Three Golden Hairs" by the Brothers Grimm.
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Russell Hornsby injured his leg (Achilles tendon) prior to shooting this episode and was written out as being "on vacation". He didn't return until 'Kiss of the Muse' two episodes later. This was the reason for wheeling him off set in his office chair.
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Liquid nitrogen freezes at 63 K (-210 °C; -346 °F).
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Nick references a temperature of "346 degrees below zero." This almost certainly indicates that he means "Fahrenheit," which converts to approximately 63 Kelvins. A temperature of "346 degrees Celsius below zero" would result in -73 Kelvins, which is 1) an impossible temperature (unless created under laboratory conditions and 2) not colder than 0 Kelvins, but actually hotter.
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When Monroe says, "Keeping Portland Weird," this is an allusion to the motto for Austin, TX: "Keep Austin Weird."
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