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I fail to see the difference between the king stating his eternal love for his first wife in front of his second wife then David (Prince Charming) carrying on with Mary Margaret (Snow) while staying with his wife.
This is one of my favorite shows on TV. So I'm sure ABC will cancel it and replace it with a cooking show are talk show. But until they do. I will watch it and love it.
I think Mr. Gold who while traitorous still has his own reasons to hate the Queen/Regina...and could be a good partner but never turn your back in him...
@ Fayth He said "You're right, I should not have made that wish" because he remembers when the genie tells him that he has seen all the wishes that he has granted end badly for those who make them.
I actually liked the King! He was really funny and even though it was thoughtless to say those things about his former wife, we don't know the complexities in his marriage with Regina. Sydney definitely can't be trusted but that look he gave Regina at the end makes me believe that he will eventually turn on her.
The mysterious stranger just keeps getting more attractive with each scene!!! I'm assuming they haven't revealed his name because it would reveal what iconic person or character he is. I do think that he is a descendent of a Grimm or Anderson. I hope that he has the power to re-write stories cause that would make things even more interesting.
I think MM will come to her senses and break things off, and he'll have time to realize that MM is the one for him. I have to wonder if Snow White will act more like her disney counterpart now that her memories are erased. If so, than maybe the Prince will realize he doesn't love her anymore!
I freaking love this show and I am not one for fantasy usually. But this is awesome. I think what does it is the writers and they way they tell stories. I mean how do you think up and the mirror becomes the mirror, genious. But I knew I knew from the mom Sydney started talking to Emma it was a set up. No one ever leaves Regina or goes against her once in her pocket. I hope Emma realizes that SOON!
Fayth, King Leopold said something along the lines of "You were right. I never should have made a wish" right before he died.
that was definitely Henry's book that the writer has (what the hell is his name?) because it came out of the same chest/toolbox that Henry hid it in.
I agree, I thought it was way too easy for Sidney to have info on Regina, especially since he was in her pocket up until recently. And he didn't really specify why Regina had him fired from the paper, it seemed too vague to me, Emma needs to wisen up ! I still think Mr. Gold WANTS Emma to get rid of Regina and is helping her along the way, he did try and warn her when they met him in the forest that she needed to be careful. I think he knew that Sidney was false the whole time.
Hmmm...that guy has Henry's book. Could it be that he has his own copy of the book and Regina will get her hands on his copy and see the last page that Emma and Henry destroyed, revealing that Emma is Snow and Charming's baby? I see that as the season finale ;) But other than that, I'm puzzled as to why he took Henry's book, unless there is something in it pertaining to him, and he knows it.
This is my new favourite tv show, but this episode was the weakest of the entire season. I didn´t like the twist.
But well......every show has filler episodes.
Does anyone else get REALLY sick of people saying Mary Margaret? They seem to say it more than other names, and it's such an irritating name!
What did King Leopold say to the Genie right before he died?
Chrys, I think you're exactly right about the queen/Regina.
You see it often, in this instance, with Hansel & Gretel - she has a heart and really wants so desperately to be loved and accepted - but the slightest hint of rejection and it's wrath. Or, love can't get in the way of ambition, probably because she's learned not to trust it. Graham in the real world - it really did pain her to kill him.. but not nearly as much as it should have! I've been more pained to miss a shoe sale!
I'm impressed by how layered they've made the character, for those who care to OBSERVE it. Lana Parilla does a fantastic job acting it as well - it's not over-acted and obvious.
May i just add that i'm not certain yet that the Queen didn't love the Genie at all... She did seem genuinely sad the moment the Genie became aware of her betrayal and she had to take a moment before she turned to him and told him that she never loved him. I mean...Why wouldn't she care for him? She was unloved and treated with indifference until the Genie came into her life and showed her some affection.
If she hadn't loved him at all she wouldn't bother to help him escape... So maybe her love just wasn't greater than her lust for power or maybe she had already given her heart to sb else!
I really can't believe that Emma bought the story Sidney served her... He was Regina's puppet till three weeks ago and now she trusts him just because he says he seeks revenge? And even if Sidney had been honest the plan was too simple and too amateuristic to work...Plugging a bug and breaking into Regina's office?..Oh, how discreet:/
For about 30 minutes i felt sorry for the Queen and the Genie...I was kind of mad with King Leopold for being indifferent to his new wife but i knew he must have a kind soul since he wasn't greedy and he set the poor Genie free! And then murder happened.... How ungrateful of the Genie! I still don't get why he didn't use his last wish so that he and the Queen will escape from the palace!
I'm cutting my losses. No more OUAT for me.
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