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December 16, 2014 at 5:42 pm in reply to: FAVORITE AND LEAST FAVORITE MOMENTS from this episode 4X 11 HEROES AND VILLAINS #293490
Basically, they could’ve done anything to stop Marian and Robin leaving. 🙂
What I mean, though, about the Kristoph thing, is that something could’ve happened to him right before the wedding. I’m going to give a spoiler to another TV show here, so, spoilers.
In the Scandal mid-season finale, Olivia goes missing while Jake is doing something else.
We saw Elsa and Anna leave together, but I like to think they go into the wedding ceremony and just be confused because Kristoph’s not there, and been taken or something. But yeah, they probably did just leave it as a happy ending. 🙂[adrotate group="5"]December 16, 2014 at 12:21 pm in reply to: FAVORITE AND LEAST FAVORITE MOMENTS from this episode 4X 11 HEROES AND VILLAINS #293457
And it really sucks because the chances that we’ll see the Frozen cast again on Once are pretty slim, I suspect…Disney’s gonna be careful with that property and may not allow the kinds of cameos other characters are getting. They set that up as a pretty final goodbye.
Wait. We didn’t see Kristoph. Which means something could easily have happened to him. I remember thinking during the episode that something happened to him.
You know what I don’t get. During all the seasons, we’ve established that true love’s kiss doesn’t just mean husband/wife, and includes a lot of son/mother (also, nobody ever seems to mean to break the curse while kissing). Robin may not feel true love for Marian any more, but surely Roland does? He could’ve easily saved his mum surely.
And Belle was confused. Rumple only said that someone’s greatest weakness was usually the thing they loved most, but he could’ve easily said “You’re not my weakness, you’re my strength”. I still don’t get why Rumple’s bad, but I’ll be honest, I like it… If they give him a proper reason. I don’t get him at the moment. But in all the seasons, he’s never been a proper bad guy. He’s been in the background, neutral. If he was the main villain like he was in Smash the Mirror, he’d give villains everywhere a run for their money. And I like the idea of him not just working with the “Queens of Darkness”, but creating a whole “army” of darkness. I think if anyone can do that right, it’s Rumple. Bring out everyone’s inner darkness…
Also, does anyone else really hate the sorcerer/author? I think Ursula was right on that. He sounds pretentious. Thinks he’s above everyone else. What if he’s the real bad guy? Maybe that’s Rumple’s motivation? Rumple pretends he’s gone back to the dark side. For the sorcerer, everything’s normal again. Bad guys and good guys are separate again. He lets his guard down. Yeah, yeah, I know, my theory makes no sense, but it’s gotta be something. Surely. I like to think he’s playing the long con anyway.
But I really liked this episode.
Regina may be against Emma, at least a bit. But she’s not going to turn evil. I don’t think so. She worried about something else coming through, and I don’t think she really blames Emma. To me, it sounded like she’s mad at what happened, but she also knows Emma better now. And the Charmings. She knows they’d do anything to save anyone, so I don’t think she’ll turn evil.
Sorry for not reading the rest of the thread. 🙂October 5, 2013 at 1:13 pm in reply to: Why isn't PP dead since he has no shadow – wasn't his ripped from him too? #214145
Actually, I don’t think that is Peter Pan’s shadow. Because he obviously knew about Henry, what he looked like, etc, but the shadow didn’t. He can’t have, or he wouldn’t have taken Baelfire. To me, it feels more like Felix and the lost boys are controlling the shadow. As if Peter Pan is leaving it to the lost boys to take part in his “game”.
(By the way, where did the name Felix come from? When did they ever mention the name Felix in the 2 episodes he’s been there? Or am I just confused? I don’t think they said the name Felix, but maybe I’ve just forgotten.)
Wendy never said it only wanted boys, did she? She said it wanted a boy, as in at that moment in time, she wanted a boy, not a girl. I’m not sure completely. If it was only boys, I’d think it’s because *crackle crackle*… I got nothing. I think it’s something to do with being a kid.
Hmm… So the Milah Rumple Hook incident must’ve happened less than 6 months after Bae left him I’d guess?
I wonder if Bae knows the relationship between Hook and Rumple in past FTL.
If he was dead, the next episode wouldn’t be about Bae.
Well, I never saw him in the trailer, but what everyone else said.
That makes a lot of sense. Ah, irony. She would’ve created it to try to help Bae and now the home office wants to kill him.
Guess I was wrong then David’s not jack… It could’ve made sense…
Today I had a crazy thought, because Rumple kissed Belle in the promo.
From what I saw, that didn’t look like Belle. Rumple pulled her in the scene before that in a kiss, and it was Cora. And yeah, true love’s kiss only works its magic if both parties know their true love. i.e. Belle needs to remember that she loves Rumple to remember everything.
And please say I’m wrong and that it wasn’t Cora he was kissing. If so, then I shall try out a OUAT idiom I made up (it might be a fun forum game): What on forest?!
Also including, but not limited to: Oh my Jefferson’s hat!
Who let the werewolves out?
It’s raining Rumple and the Evil Queen.
EDIT: Oh, and from this episode, I think Prince Phillip (I think it’s that) does have 2 true loves.