@Alayic There was no 3rd gun shot. It was the sound of that person running finding an open room and shutting the door loudly. It just sounded like a gun shot, given the heighten tension and the running.
@PJ I was thinking Mark Alexander Shepherd.
Honestly? I'm kind of sad that Blaine and Sam aren't ending up together. They seem to understand one another. But oh well. Hopefully Blaine doesn't end up being alone by the time Darren Criss' stint on the show ends, unless Ryan Murphy and co. find a reason for him to go to NY where it seems all the past Glee-ers go post-Lima.
Wouldn't it be just a kicker if Tamara ended up being Tigerlily? Since the assumption that Bae is also Peter Pan, that could work out.
YES! This show is great. Can't wait for Season 4 to hit Netflix streaming.
Yay! Horray for the Sheriff's/The Hunter's return!
@San I think something else though sparked the hatred that Cora had over Eva. From our perpsective, Cora had won. She married Prince Henry, she was crowned a princess, and her daughter was to be queen. Aside from what happened later in adulthood, Cora still managed to get Regina to the throne. I think at the end of the day, Cora's transformation is possible because of her heart. You see it in Regina as she battles it within her for Henry. Good begets good. It also reminds me of "Angel". If you watch BtVS, then Cora sort of mirrors Angel and Angelus. Once Angel's soul is restored, he is able to see the sins of his past, much like, I believe Cora would have with her restored heart.
@KansasGuest But I think it's with Regina and Rumpel you see actual regret. You see a genuine reflection of their evil deeds and attempt at reconciliation. You see it with Regina withdrawing from magic, and Rumpel attempting to be "good" for Belle. With Cora, there is no remorse, there is no regret, there is no attempt at redemption, which seeds the greater evil. Without a heart, she is completely amoral. With Regina and Rumpel, with their hearts, despite their actions, can still lead to redeeming themselves to the ones they love: Henry and Belle, respectively.
Ugh. The past two episodes have made me feel so anti-Hannah. I mean.. come one, seriously?! What's wrong with you?
@JJA That's the thing about being "good" and being "evil". You can't do "evil" in the name of "good" and still be "good". Cora was unreasonable because she lacked a heart. Had Snow given Regina Cora's heart back, uncursed, and then re-inserted, frankly, the series would've been over. The Dark One dies and his evil passes into nothing. Cora and Regina reconcile, which would lead into Cora and Regina's reconciliation with Snow. Then, having her mother's love, Regina would reconcile with Emma, and the dyfuncitonal "Charming" family tree would be whole.
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