In the close captioning on this episode, when Bear was given a command, the caption stated it was done in Germain. Am I misremembering or when he was introduced (and in prior episode CCs) wasn't it stated that he responded to Dutch not Germain commands?
jeff at December 7th, 2012 4:42 PM asked "forgive me for a "duh" moment but what does H.R. stand for?" I do not think it was ever mentioned. It was only referred to as HR.
The question was asked on where they got the ship. That was implied when Hook said that they would have to go to Wonderland. This was to get his ship. The producers were asked (on TV Guide) why Emma is Swan. I think this episode answered the question (at least for me). When she turned out to be so powerful (and able to stop Cora from removing her heart) she morphed from being just a plain human (the Ugly Duckling) into her real status as a Swan (ie: She come into her role as the Fairy Tale Character that she is).
If LaGuerta is killed this season then her long run is over. She was killed in book 1 (which season 1 was based on). While the following seasons were mostly isolated from the book continuity (aside from Dexter marrying and adopting the kids and I think Deb now knowing in the books about Dexter's Sideline) this would be one plot point from the books that is finally used.
DeAnn said"I enjoyed Basil Rathbone as Holmes in movies made in the 60s". While she might remember them from TV in the 60's they were actually made from 1939 until sometime in the late 40's. After the first 3 or 4, they reestablished/updated him as being in the 40's during WWII (as opposed to the 1890's).
I do not see Fusco removing the entries as any sign of backsliding. He HAD to remove his entry from the ledger or when it was handed over, the FBI would be coming after him. Since he did he also had to remove Simmons' entry just to protect himself with HR (or what remained of it). The removal however also removed 6 other names (I think there were 2 names per page) although there was no way that they could have been left in the book.
wednesday posted "I'm somewhat confused though, was Rumple able to send Whale back to his land after he fixed his arm? Because that was him bringing his brother back and if so does that mean he's gone from Storybrooke now." That is a flash back to his return with the heart when he was returned by Jefferson/Mad-Hatter. He was asking Gold to return him home so he can try to revive his brother AGAIN (it went bad the first time - ie: The time that was shown at the end of the episode). I loved how they hinted at Whale's identity all through the episode getting more explicate as they went (Gold calling him Victor was a broad hint to those who still had not figured it out yet). They immediately went to the B&W world which should have tipped off anyone who had not gotten it yet - Followed by they calling him by his full name right at the end of the episode.
john posted"Oh and the final shot of dr whale bringing the monster to life was a great flashback. He should have shouted, its alive." HE DID. They paid homage to the original Whale Movie by recreating many of the sets and used this classic line. I saw the line on my closed captioning but you might not have heard it since at times the closed captioning has dialog that is not actually used.
Another case of Dexter being sloppy was the whole scene in the Prison. How does he know the phones are not tapped and being recorded? Unlike a Prisoner/Lawyer conference, I do not think that the calls are not subject to being private.
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