"He was a lot of things to me" "The only conclusion was love"
And his goodbye would be even more splashy, deep, and heartfelt with Emma and Henry. Don’t use words like this isn’t over, my second chance, a chance at happiness if you never intended on using it. That’s if its story driven and not a person quitting or being let go?? Just my two cents on this.
Can someone tell me how Neal is not important to the story yet Hook is, beyond Emma & Love triangle, , where does his importance lies????? I’ve seen this argument before I am just like huh, what makes Hook more important to the story and family lines, heritages that the others bring to the table
I would have said with Rumple and Neal but they appear to have rug swept the whole CaptainFire story and the revenge story….so, I don’t know. I think he’s important to the story in the sense that he’s another villain in need of redemption but he’s very loosely tied to the center of the family–Henry