March 8, 2013 at 3:35 pm #178208
He clearly does not like the man since he wasn’t worried about leaving him in New York, a place he knows nothing about in a world he doesn’t understand with no way to get back.
Or, to flip Nealfire’s reaction completely the other way…perhaps he respects Hook’s skills so much that he knows he’s more than capable of looking after himself, even in this strange new world? So he doesn’t have to incriminate himself more by wanting to bring Hook along, but he also doesn’t have to worry that he won’t be OK. Maybe he’ll even slip away to the room where he’s locked up and unlock it and tell him to get back to the boat STAT and hide, so he can hitch a ride back. Actually, I’d love to see that if only to see Hook indignantly state, “I will NOT hitch a ride on MY ship!” 😛
I want NealfirePan and Hook to be buddies so bad! I mean, the guy knows how to drive Hook’s boat. And not just any boat, but the fastest ship in all the realms. How did he learn that if Hook didn’t teach him? Which means they must have been close at some point, because Hook isn’t gonna let any old random drive his boat. And even better if their relationship has been strained, like RumplesGirl suggested, but NealfirePan can’t give up on salvaging the friendship, but he can’t be overt about wanting to save it because Hook is the sworn enemy of his father, who he’s trying to reconcile with. So much potential for delicious angst![adrotate group="5"]March 8, 2013 at 3:45 pm #178215RumplesGirlKeymaster
Exactly! A father trying to win back his son from his most hated enemy who also stole his wife?! ANGST. And then add the CaptainSwan ship that I’m sure is going to set sail at the start of S3, oooooh boy. Season Three: In which our heroes are plagued by angst."He was a lot of things to me" "The only conclusion was love"March 8, 2013 at 3:55 pm #178219
CaptainSwan would be the icing on that angsty cake. 😆March 8, 2013 at 5:06 pm #178239ser_dragonParticipant
They also said the season 2 finale would be a big gamechanger for Neal and Rumple. At first I thought that meant Neal would learn what happened to Milah and it really sour their relationship (which I think is going to improve a little after The Miller’s Daughter). Now I’m taking that theory and combining it with Phee’s. I suspect Hook and Neal aren’t exactly enemies. I think Hook is going to be a bit of a father figure to NealFire Pan. However, I also think they had a falling out. If young Bae, abandoned by his mother and father, suddenly lost his father figure in Hook because Hook at some point decides to go back to FTL and track down Rumple (and then get’s trapped with Cora like we all know) that could devastate young Bae. Yet another parental figure left him. But he’ll be more inclined to forgive Hook since he’s going to learn that Rumple killed Milah and by doing so ensured that someday Hook would leave Bae. It’s all too much for Bae and he joins team Hook.
Well, first I don’t see how that would be a game changer for Neal and Rumple. It’s more or less the same idea you came with at first 😉 Next, I really don’t think Neal will join with Hook: The guy almost killed his father and even if Neal learn about Milah murder, whatever he may thought about his dad after that revelation will change nothing. And I suppose Neal will learn about Belle and what Hook have done to her. So add this to the list of things of why Neal will never befriend Hook. And I don’t think that Bael and Hook where sort of friend in any way in Neverland. Or that Hook took the role of father figure for him either.March 8, 2013 at 8:04 pm #178262raulybarraParticipant
Yes exactly RumplesGirl! Like the curse messed up the Wheel of Time. In LOST, there was that big wheel beneath the Island’s core that had to be turned to change the Island’s location. While maybe the curse changed a wheel in time.
Whoa! When you said Wheel of Time, the first thing I thought of was the brutishly long and drawn out Robert Jordan series of books. Probably the worst possible example for Once to take.
Actually, I’ve been wondering and have had a few offline discussion if Storybrooke may become something of a nexus between the Lands. The beans certainly set that up as a possibility. There wouldn’t be an issue then of Emma perhaps living here, Snow and Charming in EF, etc.
Henry: “Hey, I’m going over to Grandpa’s to hunt ogres.”
Emma: “Wear your warm coat. And be back in time for dinner. We’re eating at Granny’s tonight.”March 8, 2013 at 9:04 pm #178267RumplesGirlKeymaster
That conversation needs to happen now that you’ve brought it up. lol
It would be an interesting series end game if all the lands bleed into each other, letting our characters travel between then without the need of portal jumpers, hats, or beans."He was a lot of things to me" "The only conclusion was love"March 9, 2013 at 4:14 am #178406
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