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April 20, 2015 at 9:47 am in reply to: Spinoff Online – Josh Dallas Teases New Big Bad 4/19 #302160
Sounds like Emma is the season 5 big bad. If the next season focuses primarily on our known characters, I’m happy.[adrotate group="5"]
If that’s Zelena’s bedroom, she’s got some pretty shabby furniture. Look at that chair. Also, are those boxing gloves over her bed rail?
Also, if Robin didn’t deliver the goods to Rumple, that might explain why Rumple beat him so brutally later.
I thought it was peculiar that Zelena is also in this episode. But she’s listed as Zelena Mills. In every other episode she’s been listed as either Zelena or Wicked Witch, but never as Zelena Mills.
In the Who’s Filming Now thread I saw the pictures of Robin’s double on that horse in NYC. Then I saw the pics of Robin on his “horse”. I dread watching that scene. I wish I had never seen that picture. Totally ruined the moment.
I’ve already written my ending to the ONCE series.
It takes place in the writer’s home. In the writers room, which I’ve nicknamed the Happy Ending Room, the bookshelves are full of books. They look like unwritten books, but they are actually happy ending stories, one for each of our characters. In order for the happy endings to be written, the character will have to actually enter their own individual book.
In order for, say, Regina to receive her ultimate happy ending, she will have to say her final goodbyes to her Storybrooke friends and family and enter into her predestined Happily Ever After story book.
One by one, the author will take a book from the shelf and a character’s name will appear on the cover. Our characters will say goodbye to each other, and to us, and enter the story book containing the ending that they have earned and that the author has written for them. They will each, one by one, enter their story, and fade away from Storybrooke, and our from our tv screens, never to be seen again. (Until they’re released again in a new version of the story at your local theater)
The bookshelf will contain fewer and fewer books as our characters disappear until there is only one book left, but two characters remain.
Rumple and Bell stand side by side waiting for a title to appear on the final story. It seems that only one of them will live happily ever after, while the other will remain behind, and disappear from all stories. One fairy tale will never be written. Rumple will seize the book as the audience gasps! But, in a final act of love and selflessness, Rumple will sacrifice his story for his true love Belle. He hands her the book, so that she can receive the story she has earned. It is her story which should be written. One of love, bravery and loyalty. He knows she has earned her happy ending, while I he has not.
As they each hold the book, and say their final goodbyes, we begin to see her title appear on the book. As a B” fades onto the title, Belle begins to fade away into her story and away from her beloved Rumple. The title becomes more clear, “BE….” It’s Belle’s story and she fades further away and the audience weeps. The music will swell as Rumple sheds his final farewell tears. As his teardrops fall upon the book, Rumple begins to fade from all stories. But, remember, this is Belle’s story, and nobody determines her destiny but her. Belle uses true love, which is the most powerful of all magic, to transform her story’s title. Beauty And The Beast indeed. And our last two characters fade into her book.
Final scene. No characters. Just a room full of books where everyone lives happily ever after.
I still think it’s highly suspicious that the Regina/Robin page was never seen until Will arrived from Wonderland. And, more suspicious, that it was found by Robin in the library as Will looked on.
My theory is that when Regina pushed Cora through the mirror she landed in the Hatter’s hallway of doors. The first door she entered was the Author’s room. She found the author writing the Regina/Robin happy ending. Angry at Regina, Cora rips the page from the book, and demands the Author write her a proper royal ending. She’s traps the author in the writer’s room in much the same way she later trapped the Hatter in the hat room.
Cora exits the Author’s room, taking the Regina/Robin page, magics the Author’s door onto a new page, and returns to the Hatter’s hallway of doors.
She then enters Wonderland where she meets Will, our thief, who later steals the Regina/Robin page.
I think our characters’ stories are so intertwined and convoluted because the author hasn’t placed them into their individual books yet. He’s trapped in his own book, Henry’s book. Their stories won’t be complete until the author places each story into the character’s individual storybook. It would be a bittersweet ending to ONCE if our characters said goodbye to each other, as they individually chose to say goodbye to Storybrooke and entered their individual storybook where they could live happily ever after.
Hopefully August’s lie detector works bettere than Emma’s does.
Funny how we all see this same snippet but perceive it differently. I assumed that Regina addressed Henry with a fake middle name. I also assumed he gave her a fake picture and this is where Regina takes the ladies on a wild goose chase.
Assuming for a minute that Henry’s middle name is not Daniel, what other middle name do you think Regina would have given him? My guess is that Henry has no middle name.
Exactly! Snow sees a vision of Emma ripping her heart out. Earlier in the season, Snow threatens to rip out Maleficent’s heart.
So, yeah, stuff like that there.
I’m pretty sure Snow used a spell to switch Emma’s potential for darkness with Eggie’s potential for light.
Is it too far fetched to think that those babies’ hearts might have been switched at birth, or before birth?