How did Hook know about the line anyway?Smee was in on the plan to send her over the line earlier on, remember? Hook's vengeance made him seem clueless to the factor that he helped make Rumple's anger.THat actually flows nicely - revenge is a machine that keeps on going, so to say - for Hook to have a target, he has to view rumple as evil, for Rumple to be evil, he has to do evil things, so the only way Hook can fulfill his thirst for vengeance is if Rumple remains the heartless man he was. When Hook knew not only where to find the blanket that Rumpelstiltskin prized, but arranged a diversion in order to steal it--well, that's when the plot jumped the shark for me. I give up.good. You don't have enough attention to comprehend the show anyway, since both of those were explained in show (Hook SAW Rumple show Belle the cloth and he knew of Belle's importance since previous flashback of his)
Bored, you know Rumple deserve to be hurt. Sure. Just NOT through the perfection that is Belle.And NOT as soon as he did a couple of genuinely good, redeemable decisions(sparing smee and hook). NO one hurts Belle, no matter the reason.
Bored, do not hate on Hook.Sorry, but anyone hurting Rumple or(AND) Belle is instantly hard to like for me :( I hope that there's a hell of a redemption plot for Hook written latter on to justify this. Emma having to eat crow and admit that she was wrong was brilliant. Now she should just go and make up with her wife before Regina blows up the whole town or something. I actually liked Charmings this episode - mainly because Snow and Charming started to face REAL problems relationships would face. THat intrigues me.
NOnonononononononono NOOO. YOU DO NOT do that to my Belle :[ Especially after she spent the whole episode being so perfect and AWESOME :[ Uhh, Hook, why oh why do you make me so easy to hate you :[
YOu've got to be kidding me. Is it april first yet? One Plec-Run trainwreck soap opera is enough, no need for it to multiply and clog even more tv screentime that could be spent on far better shows.
I do think Nick put two and two together on Renard being a royal: - He knows you need royal's kiss to awaken Juliette and now he sees Renard and Juliette have this whole thing.- Adalind implied that the Royal is someone close by.- Nick had more than few situations of suspicious stuff happening in the police itself.- Nick is a cop. Its not hard to put two and two together and figure out that Renard is who he is.
BRILLIANT episode. So many new questions, so many great scenes. I am beginning to think that Vince and Dave will turn out to be some sort of antagonistic figures - they seemed more amused than frightened by Tommy's torture and its the second time Vince mentioned killing(the first time was in S1 finale when he confronted Nathan's real father and he was scared shitless). Also the last Vince's line about "Everything being the way it's supposed to be" was hell of a creepy one.
Also its hilarious that Claire cosplayed Buffy, considering Eric Balfour was in Buffy's pilot two-parter episode.
Although I now fear that these memories will start to influence who Audrey is -we already saw Lucy Ripley â€œinfluencingâ€� Audrey Parkerâ€™s personality in S2, just because of few small memories and now she basically is getting a ton of info in her brain. Does it happen to her in every cycle? She starts remembering and goes off the rails? Would explain why the newspaper brothers biggest fear was â€œSarahâ€�. Also Claire and Audrey chemistry still continues. Seriously, I could watch an entire episode made of them just talking to each other in an empty room. SO. MUCH. CHEMISTRY. Also really getting pissed at the irrational hate Jordan is getting from the fangirlsa all over the net. She is awesome and tragic character and does not deserve the sexist backslash that the fandom is giving her and generally the whole pairing feels genuine and beautiful(that is if Nathan is not being his usual Season-three-jerk self).
Well this was amongst the best Haven episodes ever. I love how DIFFERENT Lucy Ripley feels from Audrey Parker, everything starting from the looks, the way she walks and stands, down to the different pronunciation and speech patterns. fascinating. I am guessing â€œSarahâ€� will be different from both Lucy and Audrey too. Gods, Emily Rose is brilliant actress, Lucy and Audrey LITERALLY feel like entirely different people.
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