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Oh Red, you are going to get an aneurysm from the premiere...
Kenzi and Dyson sitting in a tree.
Is the "actress" playing the tiny blue fairy a pornstar? Because she sure looks like one!
You just met show's most hated character. xD
Have anyone noticed some Lost references?
Every episode has at least two to three lost references.
This is the reason why kids should almost NEVER stare in movie and series, certainly not such big roles. This kid is absolutely horrible. I have seldom seen a worse actor. It might not be a huge deal, but he's acting compeltly overshadows the scene...
His role gets relatively smaller latter on.
It depends on GOOD ideas and BAD ideas.The first two episodes suffer from pilot-itis. They are far more lighter in tone than the usual show and are a bit cringeworthy. Third Episode is one of greater episodes. Then you have two or three episodes just sort-of-introducing the characters, etc. Then shit hits the fan and goes up and up in quality till S1 Finale. I guess then they sort-of let go so the first ~6 episodes of S2 stumbles around trying to find footing. Then once it finds it footing, the show delivers greatest episodes of the whole show. And then writers introduce something at which they just can't see eye-to-eye with viewers(writers think its awesome, viewers -that its beyond generic). In S3 they seem to have taken the criticism into their hearts, gotten rid of the plotlines that did not work in S2 and focusing solely on delivering more of what worked
If there's ONE consistent problem with the show, it is its lack of stability on issue of morality - some episodes are very black-and-white about it, painting characters as such, while others(the better ones) are VERRY gray-morality about it painting both sides as very flawed people.
the storytelling sounds a bit like Lost(which i enjoy immensly)
It is basically how Fables would look like if that comic book was adapted by Lost writers(since OUAT IS written by lost writers, as well as Jane Espenson of BTVS fame).
Its not as "good" as Lost in terms of writing quality and quite a bit of the show is a retread of both Fables(the whole concept of fairytale character community living in real world and idea of the subverting fairytale expectations) and BTVS(more noticeable from S2 and onwards, since the show has its very own Spike-type of character).
It has some downsides but its fun little romp full of crazy plot twists.S1 starts a bit boring and incredibly cheesy(first ~5 episodes) but becomes real strong after that, S2 falters for ~8 episodes or so at the beginning, then delivers ~3-4 best episodes of the show to date, then ending the season with with quite lackluster ~3-4 episodes. S3 so far is top-notch quality, very reminiscent of LOST, not anywhere near close to the OUAT mid-S2 quality, but quite close to OUAT S1 quality.
So going by webisode 4:Everyone forgot Bo. It's been weeks since S3 finale and Kenzie has yet to be heard from.
AWww, you always know how to warm my cold cold heart, dearie
Hm, the third webisode was...illuminating.
So I guess the so called "Una Mens" are the enemy for the next season? Do they work for the wanderer or are they in opposition of him?
The webisode implies them being a sort-of-a-council ABOVE the Ashes and The Morrigans. Someone who defines the laws and were responsible for taking down the Blood King.
And apparantly its NOT a dream or illusion (fuck you tvd for teasing DE for three seasons with that shit) Its an ACTUAL EMMA and ACTUAL HOOK ACTUALLY KISSING.