Lola: So which one of us do you think will leave the show first?
Ivy: Definitely not me, I haven't even slept with any of the main characters yet!
Nate: I'm sorry, Ivy. You're no longer in the running towards becoming Archibald's Next Hookup.
if the judge believed mrs mccluskey, wouldn't the others have gotten a penalty for lying on the stand, under oath?
actually what i meant was that any other curse that was performed back in fairytale land, such as rumple becoming the dark one for example, would be able to be broken by a kiss from a parent or child of the subject of this curse. emma was linked to this one so naturally she was the one to break it. but that would mean all it takes to break any curse is just a kiss from a parent to their child.
also, i wonder, if true love's kiss can also be a kiss from a parent to their child or vice versa, wouldn't that mean that any fairytale character could have broken a curse by being kissed by their parent or child? What easier way to get rid of Rumpelstiltskin's curse than a kiss from Bae then? Whether or not anybody knew this is a different question, although you would think the blue fairy could have told Baelfire this.
The dragon may have been horribly animated but it didn't even bother me, because the plot was so intriguing. Also, since when is Sidney Glass in the mental hospital? Did i miss that?
Loved the episode, but I was a little disappointed in the end - i thought we would get to see a glimpse of what's ahead in season 2... how storybrooke will be like now that rumpel released magic! will it transport everyone back to fairytale land or just give the characters their magical powers in their mortal form? or maybe something different altogether?
if gold actually planned all of it he truly is a genius - knowing emma would come to town, jefferson would help regina, regina would try to poison her with an apple from fairytale land, henry would take it out of her hands at the right moment exactly and eat it instead, and that he would die just when emma and regina would go after gold - that seems a bit far-fetched for a man to know. he really must have predicted it, like he was said to be able to in the pilot. but even then, how did he not see belle?
Blair: Should I be freaked out because our hair is practically the same length right now?
Blair: No offense, but your hair is kind of greasy and I just told Serena that hygiene is one of the most important things in a relationship...
Dan: I was going to take a shower anyhow!
[10 minutes later]
Blair: Actually, I think I prefer your hair greasy.
Blair: You know how I told Serena hygiene was one of the most important things in a relationship?
Blair: You're dumped.
Blair: *thinking* I wonder what will be harder: Convincing him never to shower again and having to live with the smell, or looking at his shower hair one more time...
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