March 26, 2013 at 4:22 am #182331MyrilParticipant
Emma: I think it’s time to give the hot cocoa and the foot massages a rest.
(seriously? no, come on, you’re just miffed that you’re not getting the same treatment)
Emma: I know you think that she needs our help. But at the end of the day, she’s the only one who can help herself.
(sometimes that is true)
Emma: I mean, what are you gonna tell her when she sees a giant or werewolf run past her down Main Street? Between Greg Mendell, our food-obsessed tourist, and now your fiancee, this town is turning into a theme park.
(but we all dream of living in Disney world! or for my part Future world. And who isn’t food-obsessed in times of social networks. or is it foot-obsessed?)
Neal: She’s bringing bagels.
(simply irresistible. and food-obsessed)
August: That’s my problem… hoping. Hoping that things still can work out. Hoping that I can find redemption for the mistakes I made. But maybe some things you just don’t come back from.
Mary Margret: No matter what you’ve done, you deserve a second chance.
August: That’s easy for you to say. You never had to worry about forgiveness, redemption. You’ve never needed it.
Mary Margret: August, it’s time to stop feeling sorry for yourself.
(okay, not a line, but memorable lines. and full of hope. but no food)
August: A wood pile of failure.
(exactly how I feel many days right after workout)
Regina (ton Mary Margret): If I were you, I’d try the fish special. It’s right up your alley… blackened sole.
(we love snarky Evil Queen, especially when she is talking about food. not at all food-obsessed)
The Dragon: Waste your energy not on me but on your affliction.
(Dragon’s wise words to all fans, *coughs* tip; replenish energy with Apollo candy bars)
The Dragon: It was this string your father used to animate you as a freshly carved puppet. In a way it first gave you life. It will serve as payment from your soul.
(wait, isn’t that what devils ask for? just a piece of your soul and then they always want to the rest too. like cake)
Mother Superior: Because what he was is what he is.
(now that clears up everything. nearly as good as answer as 42)
Tamara: Who carries something like that around with them anyway?
(yeah, you know, that is why some call it personal item, because you carry it around with you all the time, or so)
The Dragon: For someone who spent his entire life running, you should be in better shape.
(Dragon’s common wisdom. tip: get stranded on mysterious tropical island)
The Dragon: That is just a symptome. Only you can cure yourself.
(he has a point)
Tamara: Whatever it is you have, you deserve your fate.
(well, that is straight)
Regina: Monthly juice cleanse. Does wonders for the skin.
(thanks for the tip, forever)
Regina: Scared little boys tend to have overactive imaginations.
(so, girls are either not scared or have no overactive imagination, right?)
Regina: Contrary to what you might think, people can just disappear.
(make a wish)
Mary Margaret: That wasn’t me
(that was originaly Rumple’s line but he was busy elsewhere so Mary Margret had to say it)
Geppetto: I burdened him with a weight no child should have to bear, and I called it love.
Tamara: I’ve been searching for someone like you for a very long time.
The Dragon: Ah. For Magic
Tamara: It’s rare in this world, so rare most would say it’s… fiction.
The Dragon. But not you
Tamara: Not me
(and not us. or maybe. or maybe not. what is real anyway?)
August: You and your grandmother… you went back there.
(uh, wait, grandmother was there too?)
Mary Margret: No. It can’t end this way. He was supposed to get a second chance.
(enough with making wishes already, can’t have it all)
Neal: I know this isn’t what you signed up for.
Tamara:What I signed up for is you.
(all this assignment talk, sound so, so… so like work, conspiracy, secret club … where is the fun?)
Emma (to Henry): I promise I will never lie to you again.
(Never make a promise you can’t keep)
Mary Margret: I couldn’t take the guilt over what I did to Cora. I could barely breathe. I told her to end it, and she ripped out my heart. And when she took it out, my heart, David, it had started to blacken because of what I did.
David: Why didn’t you tell me?
Mary Margret: Because telling you makes things real, and I needed to believe it wasn’t, that I could find a way to stop it, that redemption was possible.
David. It is. Look at August
Mary Margret: But it cost him … everything.
(real, not real, that is the question)
(by the way, we’re all soup.) 😆[adrotate group="5"]
¯\_(?????? ?)_/¯March 26, 2013 at 10:21 am #182348nonnieParticipant
you always look deeper into the words than I do…
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