So, I have a question here. If the Author isn't the 'good guy' everyone thinks he is, were the decisions that Snow & Charming made really theirs? The Sorcerer's Apprentice (who I think is the Sorcerer himself) said "I can't believe you made me do that to that child." and the Author's response was about how it made a better story. Remember, the (now) Author sent them down a (litteral) path to a different destination then where they were going. He interfered with their normal path. The only reason I wonder this, is it is so out of character and they were both surprised at their own actions, is it possible the Author 'wrote' it that way? Just curious. I also like how they introduced "Lily" a while ago. Everyone knew that we would be seeing her again, but no one knew how. The thing now will be, is how does Lily get to Storybrooke? Two weeks is to long to find out the next step. Darn Easter sunday :( lol.
I think he did say Lilith, i took it as "Her name is Lilith, and we will call her Lily".
I know this one! I just can't think of the specifics! The dragon was a creature that was going to be paid $10k by the lady who kidnapped henry to Neverland, but she was just trying to find magic. I think she killed him with a taser? I think August stole the money from her so he could pay the dragon for what he needed. The lady was pretending to have cancer.
I loved that the Snow Queen is shown as someone who isn't really all evil. She's crazy, don't get me wrong I guess killing your own sister and then the other one locking you up as a monster will do that, but that she tried to protect Emma against Gold was really a nice moment I giggled a bit when Regina was with Henry "I can continue to pretend to read about wolverine.." I LOVED the conversation Regina & Snow had, the quarter thing had me laughing out loud, especially when it was brought up at the end that Regina "owed someone a quarter." I loved the touch with the page that it isn't necessarily Fate that is working against Regina, it's Regina herself. If she could get out of her own way... Hook is just heartbreaking. You could hear the pain in his voice as he confessed, and now to be a slave to the crocodile,... I'm happy this was two hours so you got alot of stuff, but sad that I don't get to see anything next week. Two weeks is really just to long lol.
i fully admitted i got a smidge teary eye'd as belle & rumple started to dance. i've always loved the original scene in B&B, so to have them replicate was awesome :D. i'm not a fan of the way the show keeps essentially blasting regina's happiness just as it's within reach. i would very much like to see them stop doing that, and let that woman be happy. eventually she either has to find her happy ending, or she will go totally insane and be far more dangerous then rumple ever was. i DID very much appreciate the way that Emma & Regina were talking through the doors. One, it was a cute call back to Frozen's "Do you want to build a snowman" scene with anna & elsa, but i loved the sentiment. When Emma said she was brought to Storybrooke to bring back the happy endings, and she wasn't done until Regina's was complete, i thought that was great! I loved the actress who played anna. she captured the spirit of the original character perfectly. Kristoff & Sven had me laughing during their scenes (Kristoff is cute too I must say). Elsa's actress really portrayed the way that despite her victories, Elsa is still very much insecure when it comes to her power, and her status. She still will immediately view herself as a monster. Loved the ep, can't wait for next week!!!
ok this is a weird thought...but i've been wondering about greg & tamara. is it possible that the Darlings, losing their adopted child, Wendy & the boys devastated..actually start a secret organization against magic? just a random thought :)
and xmeg816x, there were 3 shots. 2 at the beginning and then after the doors were rattled, a third. my mom and i were confused because they only talked about two. and i want the ryder storyline to be done so we know who katie is. here's a thought though...there are now what, 4 episodes left in the season? they still have to do regionals. they either aren't getting to nationals, or they are splitting the year up over the summer vacation so that nationals will be next season but same year.
i could barely breathe when they were in the choir room. the metronome keeping time, an audible sound of the heart beats passing. it didn't feel staged, and you didn't feel like you were just watching tv..you were caught up, and unable to breathe. you got a little freaked out when they moved across the room, you got very freaked when sam went for the door. you wanted to help britany, you...felt helpless. the moment sue said it wasn't a student, you knew there was something, and their was only one person there would be "something" for. one character who sue would do that for. just...wow.
the part i found the most intriguing, was after the Queen's funeral when Cora was talking to the body and how she stated that she wanted to destroy her (the Queen's) legacy. that introduces a whole new story of why cora was so bent on destroying the Queen's legacy by corrupting Snow White. who was the Queen to Cora? i think when regina started to put the pieces together, something happened. yes snow got daniel killed by betraying a secret, but regina's mother killed snow's mother, and set up many pieces in order to get her daughter to be queen. hoping it will cause regina to wake up a bit to where she seemed to be going before cora came to storeybrooke. can't wait for next week!
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