-Snow, in the present time, asserted herself, got involved in physical battles and informed everyone that she no longer wishes to be called Mary Margaret
-Regina was the one who gave present time SW the pep talk. It was also nice to see her acknowledge some of the suffering she caused SW in more detail than in 3B.
-”Herc”’s story was over so quick. More time to focus on actual fairytales and the original core characters.
-Hades! Great actor.
-That the pen is alive! First plot twist that is not based on a plot hole or continuity error or OOC moments in a VERY long time. It was an interesting way to get the pen down to the Underworld.
-Seeing Young Snow and Regina. I was disappointed that we saw very little of them together and that some scenes seemed to have been cut (LP’s twitter account showed Regina and Young Snow outside together).
-It was unrealistic that it took 24-48 hours for SW to be that competent at archery. I am sure that not even the most talented archers learned that quick.
-”Herc” OMG so cheesy.
-More evidence that one of the characters is going to die to let Hook live, and it probably will be Robin. Let’s s**** some more on Regina, shall we? I guess the character needs to die because he cheated death in 5A; I am just disappointed with the writing choices.
-That Henry didn’t ‘fess up about meeting Cruella to Robin. Really, what would have been the harm to tell him? Surely Henry is old enough and smart enough to realise that Emma did not ”murder” Cruella, but was simply protecting her son?
-I feel that Hades is slow to act and is not using all the powers at his disposal to be a bigger threat to our heroes. We haven’t learned what all his powers are yet, but he is a god so he should have quite a few powerful ones.
-This episode reminded us of another plot hole…this time it was one in Season 1. If Regina was able to attack people through her mirror (fireballs), then there would be no reason for her to send Hansel and Gretel into the witch’s home, or make many of her appearances outside the castle to terrorize and kill her victims.
…to find out what the pen’s unfinished business is. Writing all of the character’s adventures until the end of time, I suppose. Or is there is a specific storyline that it is waiting to write?
I also wonder if the pen and the chisel are somehow connected or might be one and the same?
I am putting ”I have my reasons” in the same category as ”You’re questions are pointless.”
Keeper of Regina's bravery