May 10, 2012 at 11:51 am #134466
If everyone remembers by the end of the season, and we have seen Snow and Charming kissing in Storybrooke calling each other by their real names, and we have seen everyone’s hair flying back as if a wave of power is passing over them, so if everyone believes it is sort of sad to lose their Storybrooke selves. It is like there is no more Mary Margaret and no more Ruby, though i guess in a lot of ways they have already become more their true selves again. Mary has been very Snow like and even David, bless his heart, did the right thing with regards to Regina trying to seduce him. Still that alone is a big change, to lose the Storybrooke counterparts. That does make me wonder what is going to happen next season, so maybe that is just the big game changer of the finale.[adrotate group="5"]May 10, 2012 at 12:33 pm #146225SlurpeezParticipant
I read in an interview once with Ginnifer Goodwin that Mary Margaret is the way Snow White would have been if she’d lived a very sheltered existence. So, if the curse is lifted, her true self comes back to her. I’m not sure if she’ll forget the last 28 years of her life, but that’s a very interesting and plausible theory! If the last thing SW remembers is the curse coming to FTL, at least she won’t remember all the pain that David put her through in the last year! Even better if Charming forgets his little David episode. If it doesn’t play out like you predict, it’ll still be very interesting for them to work through their two different sets of memories and identities.
"That’s how you know you’ve really got a home. When you leave it, there’s this feeling that you can’t shake. You just miss it." Neal CassidyMay 10, 2012 at 12:44 pm #146227
Oh i don’t think they are going to forget their past lives in Storybrooke, but i do think they will no longer be those people.May 10, 2012 at 12:47 pm #146228Killian JonesParticipant
Oh i don’t think they are going to forget their past lives in Storybrooke, but i do think they will no longer be those people.
That would be funny, they unlock their old memories but then their Storybrooke memories get locked up?May 10, 2012 at 7:31 pm #146256
If they were stuck in the real world with no memories of the real world they would really be a mess. They wouldn’t know how to do anything. Like drive. Or how to use a phone. Or where their houses were. Anything. It would be insanity.May 10, 2012 at 7:38 pm #146258fairytaleprincessParticipant
Well we can’t have them all being like Jefferson now can we. Two personalities, two sets of memories from two separate lands, ” It’s enough to drive you mad.”
It will be interesting to see how they play that out. Current day clothing in StoryBrooke may make them question where they are and why did Snow cut her hair. Where is the kingdom/palace, little things like that.
My question, how will Belle escape? Who will find her? Emma or Rumple? Or will Ragina let her go to throw Rumple off?
So much to fill in in a season finale and how to carry on in season 2.May 10, 2012 at 7:45 pm #146259SnickerdoodleParticipant
The question is what happens when this cloud of magic rolls in? Does it bring FTL to SB? Does everyone know who they really are but remember what has happened? Mr. Gold eludes that everyone will realize what Regina has done and that she should plan a trip:)May 11, 2012 at 12:07 am #146281angiebelleParticipant
It would definitely be interesting if the fairytale characters end up losing their memories of Storybrooke when they remember who they really are! I could see that happening. I’m dying to see this episode and learn what direction the writers decided to take the show in for next season.May 11, 2012 at 12:39 pm #146337mikeParticipant
I believe they will retain their SB memories, but things will obviously change, since they will get their memories back. What will all the former kings do, once they realize they are no longer kings?
Although I believe alot of the townsfolk will want to string up Regina, and we may see them come very close to killing her, I believe she will find a way to keep herself alive and well as long as she has something the people of SB need. She may convince them that if she dies, they all die, and that no one goes back to FTL. My thought is, the people of SB will divide into two factions, those that want to go back to FTL and the magic,and those that perfer their new lives in SB without magic. The people that were afflicted with issues in FTL (stuck in a mirror, turning into a wolf, being a dwarf committed to mining) may want to remain in SB.May 12, 2012 at 5:18 pm #146439possum snoodleParticipant
I’m in the camp that believes if they all wake up – they’re screwed like Jefferson. So, they will be whole but also very disoriented and continuously piecing the two worlds together in order to survive and deal with all the dualities. I think, instead of wiping out the alternate Selves, the Storybrooke and FTL Selves will merge to make the characters and situations more interesting but some folks just may not be able to make the leap and they’ll join Belle down in the basement. Hmm, Fairy Tales meets One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and Marat/Sade. Could be nice and twisted, actually.
It could be, the prophecy gets fulfilled and the curse gets broken, everyone remembers (briefly or permanently) then as a fail safe a new layer of the curse descends onto the the cursed, also entrapping any would be saviors and restarts itself a little bit smarter each season – sort of like a computer chess game that learns its human counterpart’s board strategy and incorporates it into each new game until it locks out every option of the human ever winning. Henry likes games, ask him about it. 😉
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