March 8, 2012 at 3:51 am #133877nonnieParticipant
I thought it might be nice to have a ongoing topic so I am planning to post his topic in all of the future episodes. We can post our answers after we see the episode…..
NonnieMarch 12, 2012 at 9:03 am #138645miaParticipant
OH MY GOD! What an episode, seriously!! Definitely one of my top 3. Wow.
So much discussing over who the wolf is, it didn’t even cross my mind that it would turn out like this …
1. The moment when Granny says “That poor boy!” and I realise what’s going on and my minds just going “omg, omg, omg, nooooo!” 😮
2. Henry saying “And what about bringing stuff walking?”, cracked up at that one.
Don’t have any or at least can’t remember! It’s a really god episode!March 12, 2012 at 1:00 pm #138331killianhookfanParticipant
Hard to narrow down to just a few favorite moments (and this is surprising for me since Rumple didn’t appear once in this episode!)
1. When Granny said “That poor boy” and I thought oh no it IS Dr. Whale and Red is going to get hurt and then you saw Peter chained up yelling “Red, Red” at the wolf. Mind blowing. I actually got a text from my friend asking me if I was freaking out!!
2. Assuming there would be a dramatic rescue of Peter and then seeing that – OMG!!! SHE ATE HIM!!!! My son and I were laughing and saying OMG!!! OMG!!! so we had to rewind to watch the scene again because we missed everything that was said and done.
3. The scene where Henry was trying to help Ruby find a job and she doesn’t like the bike basket delivery idea so Henry asks her how she feels about delivering things on foot with a little basket. The way he looks at her when he asked her was classic. Then the scene where Henry tells Emma that Ruby is Little Red Riding Hood.
4. The scene where Emma and Ruby go to search for David in the woods. How Ruby is really tentative at first but then takes off Little Red Riding Hood style in the forest and Emma is like, what the heck???
Least Favorite: I honestly can’t think of any. I think this has been my second favorite episode after Skin Deep and that says a lot since I am such a big Rumple/God fan!!March 12, 2012 at 5:23 pm #138678SnickerdoodleParticipant
My favorite seen was when we found out why she wears the red cloak, and that Granny paid a magician for it.
Least favorite has to be when Regina showed up and said she was still David’s emergency contact and chided Emma for being there. She treats everyone like they are children and can’t think for themselves, and then all of them just roll their eyes and do what she says. Just when I thought we might get somewhere… really? In my opinion Emma WAS doing her job!March 12, 2012 at 6:40 pm #138697miaParticipant
In one point Regina was right, though. Emma should have read David his rights and blabla. That was really unprofessional of her (then again, she’s not a trained police officer). I mean, it’s obvious that Emma wouldn’t take advantage of it, but still legally not right.March 12, 2012 at 6:42 pm #138698hjbauParticipant
Regina is used to getting her way. Though why would she counsel David to get a lawyer? I didn’t get that. I actually think it is funny how scared people are of Regina.
Also i think a police officer can question you without reading you your rights. They do it all the time before they arrest people. You don’t have to talk to them though so nothing Emma did there was wrong. The police do that all the time. They ask people to come down and talk to them without reading them their rights because they are not under arrest.March 12, 2012 at 8:01 pm #138714fairycutie86Participant
Wow! This was such an amazing, intense episode. Most certainly my fave after “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” and “Skin Deep.” I loved the darker atmosphere and story.
I really didn’t have anything to dislike. I am sliding around in the middle somewhere in my feelings for how I feel about Red being the Wolf. The whole season I’ve been excited to actually see the Wolf, so I was shocked, a little disappointed, but also intrigued by the setup of Red as the Wolf. I’m quite conflicted, to be honest.
All the Red and Snow scenes were brilliant and so cute. I loved the further development of Granny/Ruby in both Storybrooke and FTL. And can I just say what awesome clothes Ruby had on. I want her hair, too.
The David/Mary-Margaret side story was so interesting as well. And David seemed quite genuine about Kathryn being dead (or is she?)
Peter! Oh, poor boy! That was heartbreaking. The actress doing Ruby did such a fantastic job showing her distress over what she had just did to the love of her life.
Overall, such an amazing episode. I really hope the rest of the season is like this.March 13, 2012 at 1:09 am #138742darcyfarrowParticipant
Favorite moment: Granny settling into her rocker with her crossbow at the ready–and you just know she’d use it, too! You go, granny girl!
Least favorite: the scene in which Rumple DIDN’T appear. Aw gee, not even one measly little scene? Not even a walk-through from Mr. G? Second least favorite: finding the box in the woods, just a few episodes after we saw Gold out there with a shovel. Ooohhh nooooo…don’t let it be.March 15, 2012 at 4:29 am #138874riddleravenParticipant
Least favorite: The foot. The foot. The foot!!! Oh god.
Favorite: One was Henry teasing her about being a bike messenger. I don’t think the walking line was necessary. I think the basket comment was enough. I laughed. I love that kid.
Ruby in the woods with Emma, going into hunting mode. That was awesome. It made me SO disappointed when she went back to the diner. That is so lame in comparison to getting to somehow use her sensitive hearing and smell for something. 🙁 But I liked the scene with Granny because she has a very mature conversation with her that allows them to bond. It was sweet and I like it when character’s grow.
I feel really bad saying this (because I’m so disgusted by what happened) but I really love that Ruby is the wolf. I honestly didn’t see it coming because of Dr. Whale. I thought it meant something that he was talking to Ruby at the bus stop. It made me imagine things. Even though I didn’t believe he was the wolf I was willing to let the writers show me I was wrong. I was also willing to believe Peter was the wolf. They set that up well. And I was thinking of the original story too. So I didn’t suspect Ruby! I’m kicking myself for that now. But it was really fun to be truly surprised this time. It was terrrrrrrible that she killed the man she loved. My heart is THOROUGHLY beaten by that. I can’t figure out how she forgives herself by the time that she’s bringing Snow food in the woods. SHE should be the one that got the forget potion from Rumple. Seriously, the foot!!!!! Oh god. I have to stop picturing that.March 15, 2012 at 10:32 am #138880nonnieParticipant
The acting was good by all involved but this will be my least favorite episodes…. I do not like/ no I HATE vampire and werewolves stories…. SO OVER DONE right now. I will be skipping over this episode when the DVD comes out.
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