Agreed. Aiden will betray emily, everyone will think Ems is dead, only for her to return after hiatus with fresh dose of revenge.
Also considering how much OUAT "borrows" from Fables and what Regina And Rumple seem to be cooking up to deal with Pan, could it be that they will deal with Peter Pan in the exact same way Fables dealt with Adversary? Especially considering that The Adversary was originally planned to be Peter Pan.
Why do I get the feeling that sending Ariel to Storybrooke will be a HUGE mistake for Regina, considering how Tinkerbell turned out.
LOVED the fact that show did not dance around the fact that Nealfire is a jerk and that Emma has no reason to actually like him or feel positively about him. Dude put her in jail for gods sake. Everything that's screwed up about Emma, every little wall, every little bit of mistrustis thanks to him. And by all means that should NOT change by him simply waltzing in into Storybrooke last season. She has no reason to have positive memories about him yet and its NEAL who has to prove himself and not Emma.
Also loved the fact that after all of Pan's melodramatics, Hook outright just went up and told it all to Charming and Snow as if no big deal. Also that love confession....my heart.
Snow can't really keep a secret even if to save her life, eh? I so want this to be a running gag from now on.
Ughh, S3 of revenge started out so promising, but with last two episodes it went to s2 level of nonsense already
Plots still jump from one to other, Emily still deals with random distractions and Aiden is still alive.
Except that it also now has thrown away any semblance of logic for 100% soap opera hijinks(gold bricks in the warehouse? SERIOUSLY? Oh and Patrick is a murderer but that's okay! He did not mean to!), where 99% of characters(except Emily) act completely out of character.
If not for the end part of this episode hooking me on the show again, I would have dropped out after today.
This show continues to be top-notch brilliance mix of macabre and awesome
Dude, it's not Sarah. When you look at the episode where Oliver and Sarah took that boat trip, Sarah aka Jacqueline MacInnes Wood looks nothing like the girl who plays Black Canary. Yes, half of BC's face isn't even shown now, but seriously?
They have recast the actress.
Also still pissed at them taking away anything that would be cool for Laurel's Canary with this plot-device-revived Sarah-Canary storyline. They even gave her her own canary cry device. Will there be ANYTHING original left for Laurel to be badass when she takes up that name and role ?
THis is vampire diaries all over again, when they turned Caroline and half the cast before the damn supposed main heroine ever got the chance to have the role she was supposed to have. And if we remember that case, Elena became boring caring helpless mary sue no one cared about by the time that happened and the show was dead.
I can't help but laugh at the hypocrisy of Arrow
"hey we introduced a superhero who defends women~ so progressive!"
"How about we put our lead heroine into damsel in distress situation AGAIN , while having a plot-revived character steals her plotlines. While we are at it letâ€™s punish her for grieving, because grieving is baaaad if you are female, obviouslyâ€
Aiden keeps giving us new reasons to hate him every week. Writers certainly did their homework on how the fandom perceived him through S2 and are writing him exactly that way.
she wanted to say she loved philip probably.
And she would do that by insisting to speak with Aurora and being incredibly giddy around her about what she is about to tell?
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