You bring up an interesting point Elizabeth. Could the line really have affected Rumple? He was always himself in Storybrooke and others reverted to themselves as Storybrooke residents if they crossed it. Did Rumple really have anything to fear? Belle needed that spell more than Rumple. That was probably a hint to Hook's plan all along, to make Belle forget him.
How did Hook know about the line anyway?
Why would Rumple now leave Belle alone knowing Hook was alive and would still do anything to hurt him?
Rumple put so much stress on not having enough enchantment, that it slighted a hint to the odds. This entire story is messed up. Hook's vengeance made him seem clueless to the factor that he helped make Rumple's anger. By calling him a coward, Rumple only set out to prove himself and so went the eye for an eye. You know what they say about that one.
@Michelle those are the questions and depth of thought I would like to see discussed here. This episode truly discovered essential connections that we subconsciously suppressed as human beings. Martin upon seeing the Dr. recognized him as the jerk that ran into the cab earlier on. It caused him to see that Jake does not move without thought, he went in front of that cab for that reason. As much as we refuse to truly observe the connections it is beyond our belief of practicality, nothing in life would truly make sense, but they just occur because the world works that way. We just don't know why these things happen but they do and somehow things connect even without notice.
I applaud this series for reaching a deeper meaning, it also encourages riveting, thought provoking topics.
This was a really funny episode.
Definitely a PP fan. Stopped watching Grey's in its entirety after PP aired. Still PP gets good ratings when compared with other series.
Okay seriously the 'last' season. Come on!
Wow these were really high ratings all round.
Now I think if it does go that direction, maybe seeing how Addison works with her child would change Sam's mind. I hope this does not happen, and if it does I hope Addison is a stronger person to stick to her guns.
You know, Sam was so certain he did not want to be a father again, but he was not willing to accept that things could be different with the woman he claims to love. There are a lot of things people think they are certain of but then life changes your mind, because we don't have it all figured out.
Sam made a big mistake here and he is no longer a suitable candidate. He needs to let Addison go. If he does love her, he should have wanted her happiness in the beginning.
At first I didn't understand Martin's need to go running around and putting himself in danger because of the numbers, but now I understand slightly. Jake suffers when those numbers don't work out and Martin loves his son enough to throw himself into danger to protect his son and keep him from that pain. It's sweet and it proves that he is the better parent for Jake. Still while he goes around for the numbers, who would protect Jake? Things work out oddly in the right perspective.
People jump to conclusions of what they think they know before they actually spend time understanding it. Abigail and Martin could work together on this one. Before she spends time ripping Jake from his father, she should try to understand Jake's position. It only shows that she is seeking her best interest and not Jake's. This was so far one of the best episodes this season.
Not alone probably a fresh start. Sam is for himself and I don't think he understands what love is or has ever loved Addison.
Addison has always wanted to have something in her life. She has faced being alone and unhappy in several relationships. I hoped she did not seek out a child to fulfill that void, but being a mother complements her.
Go Jake, something clearly made him ubset here. Addison lack of maturity was the only thing that kept her kissing Sam, which she should not have done. To just ignore it now because of her son, is sweet, but she needs to clear that up. I think I'm just rooting for Jake now and hoping he finds the right degree of happiness in his life.
Why such a short season though, they didn't get a full episode order? There are so many questions to ask and cover in such a short span.
Why does Cyrus hate Olivia, to the point where he disowns her as his friend? That seemed cold. In fact, if he would just work with her, he could have contained the Amanda situation. I wonder what Amanda would have done if she had that 5 minutes with the President? How did he let that relationship happen? Like I said a lot of questions.
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