Marisa1983
Once Upon a Time Review: The Fear of Love

Loved that twist with Regina and Robin Hood. I love how even in the third season the writers can still surprise us.

Marisa1983
Once Upon a Time Review: The Fear of Love

Now that I read the rest of the comments I realise some of you came to the same conclusion as I did that Mulan still had feelings for Philip.

Marisa1983
Once Upon a Time Review: The Fear of Love

I think I didn't watch the same episode you all did. When Mulan went back to talk to her loved one, she asked for Philip. She was crying because Aurora being pregnant meant there was no more hope for Philip and her. I don't know why people interpreted it as Mulan having feelings for Aurora... I guess we all hope to see a gay character on the show, but so far that hasn't happened unfortunately.
I'd rather the gay character be a new character introduced instead of changing the existing characters. Peter Pan maybe? With one of the lost boys...

Marisa1983

But I feel that eventually he'll find out and I hope that in time they'll have figured a way to end the Troubles some other way, but I doubt it. The show wouldn't exist without the Troubles. I feel like we're reaching an impasse. But I trust the writers it seems they always find a way to surprise us and come out with something we haven't seen coming. The only decpetion I have is we seem to get stuck in that forbidden love pattern. It feels like Audrey and Nathan will never be able to find a way to be together. And finally I agree with you Choann,I also like Duke and Audrey as friends, I always rooted for Audrey and Nathan. And now, I am happy that he found Jennifer. And it seems fitting that Duke is he one who unmasks Audrey since Nathan is blinded by his hurting and sadness over losing Audrey.

Marisa1983

I don't agree with the reviewer, I loved this episode. But as a huge Haven fan, I always like any storyline they throw at us. They always find a way to surprise us. I couldn't tell until thend that Lexie was Audrey, but I did find that she seemed to subconsciously remember things that Audrey could do. But it happened it the barn too, so I didn't make a big deal out of it. What I found weird is she really seemed to do everything to prevent Nathan from falling for her. She was rude to him and told him about her history with drugs and wild sexual experiences just to repulse him. Then at the end I figured it was all planned. She wants to make sure he won't recognize Audrey underneath this rough exterior. And the reviewer is right Nathan is to hurt and defeated to see clearly right now.

Marisa1983

@katempw, I totally agree with verything you said. I always thought the subtleties is what defines the relationships. Nothing over board, it feels real.

Marisa1983

I don't agree with the reviewer, I really enjoyed the episode. Actually, I wasn't crazy about the vampire case, but I liked everything else in the episode. Even the Owen/Stacie kiss. By her own admission, Jane is in love with Grayson and it's always been about Grayson, so I feel she can let Stacie be happy. She's been so unlucky in love, she deserves a break even if it breaks the girl code. Surely Jane can understand that. I also loved how Jane saved the firm and finally became a partner. I liked the trust fund case much more than the vampire case. Especially since it served a purpose in the larger storyline. Basically I found that this episode served to advance the storyline and I can't wait to see where it takes us with Jane as a partner, Stacie pregnant, etc.

Marisa1983
Haven Review: A Brilliant Twist!

But any way it goes, I am so thrilled to see how it turns out and it feels this season just got started. The more it goes, the better a show Haven gets!

Marisa1983
Haven Review: A Brilliant Twist!

I am also hapy to get to know Lexie. Getting her to fall for Jordan would be an interesting twist, except I like more the idea of her always falling in love with Nathan every time she gets a new personnality. Like she did when she was Sarah, and than Audrey. Like they're meant to be. But I guess for now, it's better she doesn't recognize him, so she isn«,t confronted to the dilemma of killing him or not. I didn't expect her to kill him anyway. I guess she wanted to be Lexie, because she didn't remember Audrey, but maybe throughout the season, she'll remember Audrey and decide to be her. Or maybe changing personnality is really how she's built. Maybe every time she had the choice of returning with her last personnality and she always chose to be someone new...

Marisa1983
Rookie Blue Review: A Fighting Chance

I was so happy to see Chris again, I hope he'll come back to 15 division for real. maybe if he does, there's still a chance for Gail and him. I know the writers aren't heading there right now, but a girl can hope. I know they're building the whole gay relationship with Holly, but I've always loved Chris and Gail together. They're such opposites and he brought in the best in her. Plus, it'd be nice for Gail to have a girl friend that she can bond with (Holly), they're so similar. The writers should leave it at that. As for the other couple, they have chemistry, but I really see them as brother/sister. Hopefully this will bring back McSwarek...

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