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TV Ratings Report: Not Very Golden

I might be going out on alimb as I don't know how exactly the calculations are made but AFAIK the ratings are more important than the amount of viewers and 1.8 is below CBS's standard & quite low for a series premiere.

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Dr. Thomas dies or gets fired --> Cristina goes back to Seattle.

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Revenge Sneak Peek: Hugging It Out

Why isn't it Sunday yet? -____-

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Grant Gustin: Returning to Glee!

I never really cared about him nor the Warblers for that matter.

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My bet is he's neither Baelfire nor Henry's dad.

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Suits Season 3: Confirmed!

So happy to hear this news!

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The Vampire Diaries Review: Witchy Washy

i wanna see more of Dark Bonnie!

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1. When Regina let go of Henry. It really showed that she's so much more than just an evil queen who's longing for power. 2. Ruby. I think she will be great help for Charming trying to get Emma & Snow back. 3. I think she can. But it'll take a lot of work. 4. I'm with Christine here. My second reaction after seeing Cora (my first being completely shocked) was whether Snow is going to recognize her when she wakes up. 5. I'd stay.

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Once Upon a Time Review: A Heroic Quest

Some speculations on why Belle was in the episode: Maybe she wanted to explore the forest but left Storybrooke while doing so and lost her memory of being Belle. And considering that her other identity was locked up for the last 28 years she doesn't know where or who she is, so she got lost trying to find a town. That would explain why Rumple wanted to leave and why he was so angry when he found out he would lose his memory when trying to leave Storybrooke. Just a theory, so don't take it too serious.

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Once Upon a Time Review: A Heroic Quest

That was a really great episode and a big KUDOS to the show for creating a villain that isn't just plain evil. We finally witnessed the first time she used magic, the first encounter between her and Rumple, how she escaped from the tyranny of her mother, something I've been longing to know since Season 1.
I always expected Regina to be redeemed but didn't quite think it would happen so soon. I think Henry yelling "I don't wanna become like you" was the trigger that made her realize that history was repeating itself. Everything she said whe she let Henry go was believable and genuine because we know exactly where she was coming from. It's still a long way until she fully redeems herself and I'm really looking forward to it.

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