November 28, 2012 at 10:25 pm #162761schmackyParticipant
Emma blaming Regina for everything. It’s really Rumple who is to blame, since he manipulated everyone just to get the Dark Curse cast.
I know you love your villains but let’s not forget two things:
1) Emma doesn’t know about Rumple manipulating her
2) Snow and Emma were talking about the sleeping curses and the big bad curse – both of which Regina is responsible for. So, Emma was correct… Regina is to blame for those happening.[adrotate group="5"]November 29, 2012 at 1:13 am #162779angiebelleParticipant
Wow…I feel dumb…I’ve been arguing that the heart Hook gave Cora probably wasn’t Aurora’s heart- turns out I totally missed that Cora was making Aurora talk with it! I was visiting my family when the episode aired. I watched it with my parents and missed whole chunks of dialogue because my dad kept questioning what was going on!November 29, 2012 at 3:47 am #162793nonnieParticipant
Wow…I feel dumb…I’ve been arguing that the heart Hook gave Cora probably wasn’t Aurora’s heart- turns out I totally missed that Cora was making Aurora talk with it! I was visiting my family when the episode aired. I watched it with my parents and missed whole chunks of dialogue because my dad kept questioning what was going on!
THAT IS WHY I LOCK MY GdS out of the bedroom when the show is on… seems the only time he wants to talk to me is when I close the door…. the rest of the time he runs away laughing… but close the door and he pounds on it. Only talk to him during commercials… I tell my DD he is her son during OUaT.
I KNOW I am a bad bad NONNIE ….
.February 12, 2018 at 7:32 am #345546Vader12Participant
I really liked the episode. The first time since the premiere where they left out FTL flashback and just focused on the present day stories and I loved it! It flowed so well, made so much sense, it was great. There were a lot of scenes I loved.. probably for different reasons than most people on here from what I gather. I loved Belle and Rumple’s date… but because it was so crazy awkward. And Granny. And Regina barging in. Henry and Regina’s talk when she was making the curse… I give Regina props for handling that well and with honesty. Henry has gotten slack since the pilot episode because he has on occasion been a “brat” to Regina. Those arguments drive me nuts. But, this scene was great because if you’ve never seen this show before you can see there is a seriously strained relationship going on between them. But, you can also tell that each cares for the other but there is a giant elephant in the room that is keeping them apart. I also liked after David went in the sleeping curse and Henry is wondering why he hasn’t woke up and Regina is all “maybe they’re just catching up” when Gold shakes his head no, Regina looks at Henry and looks quite sad. And I personally like to believe that she’s sad for Henry because Henry is upset about his grandfather. Like.. it’d be really nice if Regina actually felt empathy towards her son (as opposed to last season when she used him for her own gain). So, that was a nice little touch in her “really trying” arc. On a little sidebar, can I say how AWESOME Regina’s face was when she said “If there’s one thing I know about your grandparents…. they always find each other.” LOL She was trying to be supportive of Henry but oh man you can see/hear/taste and feel that disdain and disgust she has for his grandparents lol. Loved Aurora in this episode. It’s amazing how much you can like a character when they actually give her something to do. Here’s to hoping they do something similar with Mulan. Glad to see Hook actually be a villain and more than just a flirt. I also like Cora’s campiness but.. she’s a lil annoying. She’s not a character I love to hate. I just like to hate her. Regina (especially FTL flashback) last season I LOVED hating her. Not feeling it with mommy dearest. Snow and Emma were adorable.. they’re really coming a long way in their relationship. You can almost see a merge between their best friend relationship and this newfound mother-daughter thing. I absolutely adored the “if there’s one thing your father taught me” line. I don’t know why, it’s just really cute to hear Snow say stuff like “your father” or whatever.. reminding her that yeeeeep, parents. Two things other people jumped on Emma for (not just on here but other places as well) that I didn’t quite get or maybe I interpreted the scenes differently… One was “Oh yeah princess, you’re going to sleep.” Or something. Some said she was rude to Aurora about it. I didn’t get it at all. Maybe it’s my personal headcanon, but I get the feeling Emma and Aurora have actually gotten quite along during their little journey. Maybe it’s their lil chat in Lady of the Lake and Emma giving her jacket, but I feel there’s a more connection there than there is with Emma and Mulan or Aurora and Snow (even though Snow comforted her during her sleep). So, the “princess” line wasn’t really derogatory or rude, it’s just… well, Emma speech. And Emma has NO idea what this netherworld is like, so she doesn’t quite get what she’s asking of Aurora… besides, Aurora is going to go there anyway no matter what.. might as well be sooner rather than later. Another one was “Regina is to blame” Wow I’ve never seen a character get so much slack for a statement than that one right there and I am flabbergasted as to why. From my interpretation, Emma was first talking about Henry and his curse and how it’s her fault. And then Snow talks about the Big Curse and flippantly saying how it’s her fault. Then they start talking about faith and as Snow walks off Emma stares off into nothing and from what I interpreted… it finally clicked for Emma. Like, for real. It finally clicked in her brain what’s happened in the last 28 years. Not only did Regina actually create the poisoned turnover but there was this curse that tore apart her family… and Regina did that. Regina is at fault for both the sleeping curse and the Big Curse. And Emma finally clicked it all together and was like “Whoa.. she’s not just some annoying thorn in my side, she’s actually an evil bitch.” But hey, that’s just my interpretation…
I am glad that Emma learns that Regina was the one to blame for her seperate of from her parents. Not the Charmings. I felt and thought about her answer of Regina: “Yes! Finally! Thank You!
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