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February 9, 2014 at 3:08 pm #243976MatthewPaulModerator
I find it interesting how they emphasized that the idea of home and happy endings aren’t always what we expect them to be. Take that as you will.
Eddy: When Adam and I created Emma, she became a character who is looking for home. But since she never had one, she doesn’t know what it is when she finds it. And so, like most people, you always have internal struggles. I think that the theme of going home is that happy endings aren’t always what we expect them to be. So I think Emma is still looking for home, but in a lot of ways, all the characters are. Think about it—if you have a good day today, but tomorrow sucks, you hope that the day after will be better. That is what we realized—happy endings aren’t always as pat as we thought they would be. And they’re something that have to be fought for and earned.[adrotate group="5"]February 9, 2014 at 3:50 pm #243984motormouth12Participant
Only bringing this up in this thread due to the fact that it deals with an answer from a question in this article. If it doesn’t need to be here u can move it. when they say the character whose passing is cause they feel his or her story arc is done to me doesn’t sound like it could be the charmings or regina cause i don’t see how their story arcs can be done. what do y’all think.February 9, 2014 at 4:00 pm #243986Jenna_BParticipant
Jenna_B wrote: And I like the “Home” theme. As others have said, ‘home’ is many different things to many people and I think one of the best things I feel this show has done is point out that ‘home’ and ‘family’ doesn’t only look like the stereotypical mom-dad-2.5 kids Leave it to Beaver definition of family.
I agree that family and home don’t have to meet the nuclear family model. Family can come in many varieties and forms. Henry’s family is a good example of that. But, it seems like there’s been such a major shift in society that anything “traditional” is sometimes looked down on. What’s so wrong with two people who love each other, and who may have a kid together, resolving to work out their issues because they want to? It seems like co-parenting and divorce have become the norm, so that anything else is almost frowned upon nowadays or sticks out. I’m thankful my own parents have stayed together for over 30 years, and they didn’t just do it for me. They did it because they love each other and made a commitment.
Very true, Slurpeez… did A&E confirm that Snow is definitely pregnant? They’re the most ‘traditional’ couple, I think, and I would want A&E to include a nuclear family along with non-traditional forms of them. I guess technically they are…their daughter just happens to be the same age as them, due to unforeseen circumstances! 🙂 I just like that just like they put their own spins on traditional fairy tales, they also put their own spins on their themes, like ‘hope’ or ‘family’.February 9, 2014 at 5:57 pm #244005Killian JonesParticipant
Adam’s tweets about the interview seem very damage control like to me I mean he’s going with garbled phone call? I think they gave away a bit more than he wantedFebruary 9, 2014 at 6:02 pm #244009RumplesGirlKeymaster
Adam’s tweets about the interview seem very damage control like to me I mean he’s going with garbled phone call? I think they gave away a bit more than he wanted
I think it’s damage control as well. But I can’t decide if it’s damage control over saying too much or if they didn’t realize how fans would take what they said (if it was out of context, ect) and are now to calm people down.
In other news: can we please get ABC to put out better merch! I want that book."He was a lot of things to me" "The only conclusion was love"February 9, 2014 at 6:09 pm #244012Killian JonesParticipant
^^^^ Right? How much of a blown opportunity would that be if they never release Henry’s book ?!February 9, 2014 at 6:23 pm #244017
Oh and Adam’s response to someone’s tweet asking how they can keep saying Gold is a difficult man to love when he made the ultimate sacrifice was funny, but ridiculous (he said something like HE must be a difficult man to love). How many more lives must Gold sacrifice, how much more does he need to change…………..? Of course, I guess we don’t need to worry about that now, but it just annoys me SO muchFebruary 9, 2014 at 9:15 pm #244054
I also read that they don’t even like Skin Deep………….hmmFebruary 10, 2014 at 2:59 am #244088
In other news. Things I liked: –I like that they want to have some bigger Rumbelle moments. And I suspect there is a large portion of the fandom that is dancing for joy over that –I like that we’re going to see more OZ myth than just the WWW. (Scarecrow was always my favorite. Hope we get him) –The way they sorta talk around Rumple and his coming back makes me think that it’s a super big surprise with how that storyline wraps up –Regina and Robin Hood are going to be very exciting.
I have to admit I just read the interview and can’t find anything hopeful about Rumbelle. They never said they wanted more Rumbelle moments…….they just said they had plans for Belle.
Hmm, I’m sorry I read the interview now…….February 10, 2014 at 1:46 pm #244157Marty McFlyParticipant
Oh and Adam’s response to someone’s tweet asking how they can keep saying Gold is a difficult man to love when he made the ultimate sacrifice was funny, but ridiculous (he said something like HE must be a difficult man to love). How many more lives must Gold sacrifice, how much more does he need to change…………..? Of course, I guess we don’t need to worry about that now, but it just annoys me SO much
haha… what WAS Adam’s response? do you have a link?
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