February 13, 2013 at 10:53 pm #173099MyrilParticipant
As interesting as this discussion is about Emma, Regina, Henry, parental rights, parenting and moral, I suggest that we do that in a thread focusing on that subject and not in this threat about favorite and least favorite moments of the episode Tiny (2×13) This goes so far beyond this one episode that we should put it into general or character discussion. Okay?
So back on topic.
least favourite moments:
As much as I liked to see Jorge Garcia coming back, that they turned Jack into a woman, and that they made the giants good guys as little I liked the whole story arc of the giants and the magic beans. The more often I see it and think of it the more headaches it gives me. When they first mentioned the giants in the episode Tallhassee I somehow assumed, that the war with the giants happened at least some decades if not centuries ago – not just a couple of years gone by. Not that there was actually anything telling more time must have passed, but it made more sense in my mind. James and Jack leading the attack killing the last few of the giants except for Anton makes less and less sense to me. Arlo must have known some strong magic to hide the giants, their realm and the beanstalk leading to it so good, that neither the fairies nor Rumple nor anyone else for hundred of years knew that they still existed. Then why couldn’t they protect themselves against that army and the poison? And how got this army up the beanstalk for an attack anyway? The plotholes are bigger then a giant’s footstep. I get it, they needed the build up for the moment to reveal, there is hope, Anton has the means to grow magic beans again. Okaayyy (and hearing now Jennifer Morrison as Emma in my head saying it, :lol:)
They wasted a good idea, a probably interesting character for just this story and a few scenes. Talking of Jack.
any scene with Mr. Gold. These emotions! Paricular the moment in the bathroom. And the fun in the scenes fo the traveling trio mostly thanks to Henry. Was the right balance.
Anton going on the rampage in Storybrooke like Godzilla or King Kong. 😆 Of course he had to throw a car, and of course he had to get a little caught up in power lines. But they didn’t make him climb up the clock tower. 😯 😉
Ruby’s at the hospital. As heart breaking as it was, it made so much sense, that Ruby was visiting Belle and trying to reconnect. And sadly it made as much sense that she failed. As it makes sense that all they know to do is to keep Belle mostly sedated at the moment, they are all overwhelmed by the situation, not really knowing how to handle it (well, how do you handle such a situation?). The same goes for Ruby’s reaction to Greg, it was fitting. She perceives him as a threat, an outsider from a world which doesn’t have magic and doesn’t believe in it, so can’t expect Ruby to be all friendly with Greg. She wants him gone, they all want him gone as fast as possible. One of the better scenes of this episode.
The dwarfs adopting Anton as a brother. That’s what they do. Besides work, stick together. 😉[adrotate group="5"]
¯\_(?????? ?)_/¯February 14, 2013 at 5:42 am #173202GrimmsisterParticipant
Not really sure why you couldn’t answer the question. It was basically a yes or no.
Your horse analogy is poor for horses do not have conscious choice. Regina isn’t an animal that will blindly follow whatever she desires.
Never suggested that Emma wasn’t giving Regina a chance. I said how the kid shouldn’t be with Regina unsupervised. Which he hasn’t been since Emma got back into town. Smart woman.
You think that Henry not being with Regina, for whatever reason, is wrong. Right? OK. I disagree. There.
You clearly don’t get it 🙄
It’s okay if you don’t agree, lets leave it at that then.
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