August 22, 2012 at 12:42 pm #153253
I’m so skeeved out anytime anyone suggests Jefferson and Regina are related. I felt clear feelings that they’d had a relationship that involved a crush or romance or just friends with benefits type thing going on.
Former FWB is the feeling I get too. Jefferson probably called it off when he met Grace’s mother. So thereafter, if Regina wanted a boytoy, she’d lock his heart in a box so he couldn’t dump her for someone else like Jefferson did.
I also think it doesn’t fit Regina’s back story for her to have any siblings. For example it probably would have been easier for Cora to advance a son into a powerful position and all consuming obsession with one child generally makes more sense if that is your only child.
I also don’t think Regina was ever trying to escape Leopold. By the time she married the guy, she was going to use him and his power influence to get what she wanted out of life and get her revenge on Snow White. Being a runaway/shamed/exiled queen was probably never her style. Much better to kill the guy and remain in power.
That look in her eyes at the end of Stable Boy was very “GAME ON” to me, so I can’t really see her trying to run away. She wanted revenge, on both Snow, and Cora. Also, I can’t really see her wanting to leave the land where her beloved Daniel was buried. She’d want to be able to visit his grave and the places where she had memories of him.August 22, 2012 at 6:28 pm #153262hjbauParticipant
I think the reason why i don’t think Jefferson is a love interest is because of Daniel. Like Daniel was the boy next door that Regina grew up with and fell in love with, so if Jefferson was that too i don’t get how that fits in. Maybe though. Like after she became queen and killed Leopold.August 23, 2012 at 7:07 am #153280
I’m not thinking he was a “love” interest exactly. I’m just saying that Regina led a lonely life after losing Daniel, and the girl had needs, and obviously Jefferson used to be in her elite social circle, and was an attractive and charismatic guy, so they hung out together on occasion, so to speak. 😉August 25, 2012 at 3:53 pm #153318PriceofMagicParticipant
I don’t think Regina had any sort of romantic relationship with Jefferson because I don’t think either of them had the chance.
Grace appeared to be at least around Henry’s age so Jefferson was hooked up with Grace’s mother for a while then he was a devoted father when he lost Grace’s mother and focussed all his attention on Grace.
Regina was obviously married to Snow’s father. Although he didn’t give her much attention, he still kept a close enough eye on her where the thought she could have been having an affair resulted in him confining her to her bedroom. After she killed him, she still had Snow hanging around the castle. Regina then hired the huntsman to kill Snow but when he didn’t she took out his heart and then had him as her “pet”. She didn’t need Jefferson to see to her needs because she had Graham.
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of FelixAugust 25, 2012 at 5:07 pm #153322hjbauParticipant
It could have been anywhere between three to five years before curse when Regina had Leopold killed. I we don’t know when Hat Trick takes place in timeline so it could be at any point in that continuum. So she could have hooked up with Jefferson at any time during that time. And there would have been plenty of time for them to have built a relationship.
It isn’t what i think happened either, but that is more based on their behavior then anything else. Regina hits on men that she is using either for sex or in a controlling way and she is never like that with Jefferson. She is never all seducing of him like she is with others. It is different. And there is no she is in love with him like she was with Daniel either. Though that doesn’t prove they are related either. They could actually just be friends. Maybe Rumpel taught both of them magic.August 25, 2012 at 6:12 pm #153333AliasscapeParticipant
See I know Daniel worked for Regina’s family but I never got the impression we know for sure that he worked for them Regina’s entire life. I didn’t think it had to be any longer than 2 years for the type of relationship they had. So I figured she could have fooled around with Jefferson, then Jefferson went off and married or did his work while Regina was settled with Daniel.
I don’t give Leopold nearly the credit of most people to have a CLUE what Regina was up to. He was married to a woman for like a decade that despised him and his daughter. I feel like Regina probably did all kinds of stuff right under his nose, including likely learning some pretty dark magic. And possibly installing a human heart vault in his castle. Plus between the multiple palaces, travel and kingly business, and apparently general daydreaming the guy did, I think he only knew about Regina what she wanted him to know, or planned for him know.August 26, 2012 at 5:15 pm #153356
I don’t give Leopold nearly the credit of most people to have a CLUE what Regina was up to. He was married to a woman for like a decade that despised him and his daughter. I feel like Regina probably did all kinds of stuff right under his nose, including likely learning some pretty dark magic. And possibly installing a human heart vault in his castle. Plus between the multiple palaces, travel and kingly business, and apparently general daydreaming the guy did, I think he only knew about Regina what she wanted him to know, or planned for him know.
Yep, that. From even before the wedding, Regina wanted revenge on Snow. If Leopold was aware of that, why did he even marry her, let alone stay with her for all those years? I reckon he was pretty much oblivious, whether he was just genuinely distracted the entire time or if Regina cast a dimwit spell on him so he couldn’t clue into what she was up to once she started using magic. Dude was clueless IMO.September 3, 2012 at 11:17 pm #153527albion19Participant
I’m so skeeved out anytime anyone suggests Jefferson and Regina are related. I felt clear feelings that they’d had a relationship that involved a crush or romance or just friends with benefits type thing going on. The familiarity was that of childhood next door neighbors that had been each other’s first kiss or something. You can know a guy, poke fun at him, or strike up a rivalry without any blood ties. I used to race the next door neighbor kid home from school every day, the fun of one-upping each other was there without any shared DNA.
That’s how I see their relationship as well. They have too much sexual tension to be siblings. I think they were childhood friends who grew up to be lovers but then decided it was better to stay friends. That friendship soured as she changed and he became a criminal (basing this off the casting call) but they kept that frenemy thing going.
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