April 14, 2015 at 3:39 pm #301597nonnieParticipant
To be fair, Robin and Belle meeting again in between those two events isn’t necessarily unlikely, but this was probably an answer Adam made on the spot.
Yup. Adventures that we are unlikely to see.
Believe me…it’s going to be released in one of the Once Comic Novels like the last two were….explain the stories needed, but you got to buy the book to find out. -_- (mumbles “lazy writers”)
INSTEAD of LAZY WRITNG … It is more a limit in the number of stories they are allowed to produce… they have added episodes during 4a .. now they are adding more episodes for 4b …. I THINK they have maxed out in budget and the air time they are allotted.[adrotate group="5"]April 14, 2015 at 3:44 pm #301599nonnieParticipant
I am not sure as I have not seen a screen shot … does the quill produced PRINT FONT like a typewriter? I could swear the pages we saw were in FONTS.
DOES August have WALT’s typewriter was that why he could alter the book.. is he the next author?
.April 14, 2015 at 4:46 pm #301609abeylin1982Participant
<p dir=”ltr” style=”line-height: 1.7181818181818183; margin-top: 11pt; margin-bottom: 11pt;”>I like this idea
that the enchanted wood brings life to the page (could the paper be made from enchanted trees as well?). One thought I had since the beginning of this show was whether these characters really are just characters from a book that were brought into this world and made real by the curse (rather than living and existing in different realms). A line that kind of goes along with this idea was from Regina in the 3A finale (RE: undoing the curse): Storybrooke would no longer exist because it doesn’t belong here, none of us do. </p>
It was very much reminding me of another show I have watched (and rewatched), Fushigi Yugi, only the story of Fushigi Yugi is almost the reverse where person goes into the story book and becomes part of THEIR story. Towards the end (spoilers) the book’s characters do end up in the real world, but are met with the realization that they are made-up characters and don’t actually exist in reality, more importantly CAN NOT exist in our world. I don’t actually think this is the direction the show is going, but I have continued to find some of the similarities between the two stories very interesting and thought I’d share in case it sparked some inspiration in others. 🙂
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Ok, so the episode was ok, but I think it’s disgusting to try and add some morality to theivery. I know that Robin’s story is that he steals from the rich and gives to the poor, but they are constantly pushing that he lives by a code and he lives by honor, but it doesn’t justify his actions and it by no means deserves a morality monologue which is extremely off-putting and weird. Also, I don’t think this is something that should be taught to impressionable young minds. It’s ok to steal if it’s for a good cause, if it’s for someone who’s in need? Are you serious? It’s disgusting and ridiculous and it’s making it cool to be this way. As long as you live by a code of honor then it’s ok to steal as long as you give to those in need. That’s backwards thinking and he’s being such a crooked, double-minded person, unstable in all of his ways. He’s not a hero and he’s not honorable. He’s a thief and he’s disgustingly aggravating with his “code”. C’mon, seriously, let’s look at this for what is is and not what they’re trying to spin it as because it’s quite confusing and his ending monologue proves how confusing it is.
Also, these people need a HUGE list, in BIG, BOLD LETTERS of the rules of magic because if they did, they would know and remember on a constant that YOU CAN’T KILL WITH MAGIC, which is what they did with Marian. Zelena waved her and and homegirl vaporized. Seriously? Also, it was cheap. Zelena’s so big, bad and wicked she has to take someone one when’s they’re knocked out? C’mon! I don’t think Marian’s dead. I think she’s living in another form just as Zelena was but inside that six-leaf clover, which was as Jeremy may put it, “Squid Ink”. This explanation of Zelena’s return was nothing but and elaborate squid ink job, but I do like Rebecca Mader and she’s a great talent. Maybe they can show her up later next season or something and show her that Marian isn’t dead. Always trying to override the laws of magic, aren’t we, Green Mean Sis?
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