April 6, 2012 at 10:16 pm #141164enchantedoneParticipant
Maybe Regina trying to seduce David will paralel a story in FTL. We know that David was taken away by King George’s men. Maybe Regina visits him and tries to seduce him in exchange for his freedom. I would love to see him stand up to her and tell her that he loves Snow, that would piss her off roayaly. And then in our world a similar thing happens where she tries to seduce him but he puts his foot down about MM. And in the process remembers his love for snow…April 6, 2012 at 11:22 pm #141169dorothyParticipant
When I read that last part about Regina and David I nearly had a seziure. The idea of Regina going that far to keep him and Mary Margaret apart is just revolting. But then again, when that’s your ultimate goal….
I hope whatever August has to show Emma to help her get Henry back will involve using Jefferson’s hat. 😀April 8, 2012 at 5:40 am #141315PheeParticipant
AngieBelle posted this link to the latest synopsis in another thread. Figured it should be in the spoiler section too:
Episode Synopsis: August tells Emma how to beat Regina and how she can get custody of Henry, while Regina hatches a plot to seduce David now that Mary Margaret is back at work. In the fairy-tale world, a plan to save Snow White and Prince Charming’s daughter unfolds and is agreed to by Geppetto, who has his own child’s safety in mind.
Sounds to me like maybe the plan to save Emma wasn’t the only escape plan that was being planned. 😉April 8, 2012 at 7:31 am #141320SlurpeezParticipant
In the fairy-tale world, a plan to save Snow White and Prince Charming’s daughter unfolds and is agreed to by Geppetto, who has his own child’s safety in mind.
Wow, that just underscores that August really could be Pinocchio! I’ve long refrained from making up my mind, but I think this may be a critical turning point. The biggest hurdle I’ve read to this theory is that the wardrobe could only transport one person out of SB. Yet, who says that the wardrobe is the only way out? There could be other ways, like Jefferson’s hat, for instance, that we’ve yet to see. Also, Geppetto was good friends with the Blue Fairy and could have asked her for help. Also, we’ve seen Rumpel give a potion to Jimminy, which turned Geppetto’s parents into puppets. Perhaps Pinocchio could have been re-made into a puppet from enchanted wood, who took on human form again in our world (similarly to how Jimminy the cricket became human again in SB).
I really think the sign posts could be read many ways, but the clearest way for me to read it is that August is Pinocchio. We’ve yet to see Pinocchio in SB, which makes me think he escaped the dark curse. Geppetto is childless in SB, as indicated in the pilot. Pinocchio would have been about 7 at the time he escaped from FTL to our world, just like the article said. He has made references to the stories being as real as he is. August has a thing for adventures and water, just like Pinocchio did in the cartoon. He says he never lies, but then did perhaps, which is what Pinocchio was famous for: telling lies and having his nose grow. Also, it’s simple enough for a person to die his hair from auburn to brown.
"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 CassidyApril 8, 2012 at 12:45 pm #141342hjbauParticipant
I still feel the same way about Pinocchio. If Geppetto sends Pinocchio to the real world through the wardrobe i will be disappointed. If he does so without telling Snow and Charming that is even worse. If Geppetto sends Pinocchio out into the real world, which as of now we don’t even know that the fairytale characters know that is where Emma is going to go, then Geppetto had better not send him through the wardrobe. In the pilot Snow did not know where they were going to go when the Curse happened or where Emma went when she went through the wardrobe. And that is fine because there is a prophecy that Emma will come back to them and save them, but there is nothing like that for Pinocchio, so to send him to who knows where with countless worlds and hoping that Geppetto will find him again seems bizarre.April 8, 2012 at 1:57 pm #141357April 8, 2012 at 4:36 pm #141375angiebelleParticipant
The synopsis indicates that sending Pinocchio through the wardrobe was not some last minute idea by Gepetto but a plan made by Blue Fairy and all those involved- likely including Snow White and Charming. It says it is a plan agreed to by Gepetto which means he didn’t come up with it. The idea is to find a way to protect Emma. Just sending a baby by herself in an unknown world would be dangerous. I’m sure there is a good reason why they could only send a child. It makes perfect sense to me, and I can’t wait to see how it plays out. Trust the writers!April 8, 2012 at 8:56 pm #141418hjbauParticipant
Wait. We still don’t know that they sent Pinocchio through the wardrobe.April 8, 2012 at 10:03 pm #141431clockwatcherParticipant
How could they have sent Pinn through the wardrobe if it only carried one?April 8, 2012 at 11:36 pm #141442angiebelleParticipant
Ok true- maybe it wasn’t through the wardrobe. I just meant that figuratively- some how, they got him into our world before the curse started.
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