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So what is she holding in her hands ❓
some beans, i believe
…….Regina are you serious
really you thought he’d be cool with that
I wonder if Rumple has a portal specifically for A Land Without Color, or if he has the ability to portal jump without any object (aside from no magical worlds such as our’s)?
No, because remember when Rumple told David that portal jumping was just outside his area of expertise? Furthermore, he employed Jefferson to portal jump for him.
For me, I’m really curious to see if they’ll bring in other portal jumpers. It seems like Smee was able to travel between worlds fairly easily, but he didn’t have a magic hat like Jefferson. (unless there’s more to that red hat that meets the eye….)
Dorothy, the White Rabbit, or Alice could be portal jumpers too. I also want to point out Peter Pan traveled between worlds either on his own and/or with the help of fairy dust–so either he’s got a very special brand of magic, or fairy dust can lead to portal jumps.
I don’t think Hook is suicidal. He wanted Rumple to kill him to show to Belle how evil Rumple is. He wanted Rumple to kill him to make a point, he didn’t want to take his own life, otherwise he would have done that.
I concur. I don’t think Hook is suicidal, just a tad nihilistic.
But Hook hates/doesn’t respect cowards. He always has. Suicide itself is cowardly, so he can’t literally kill himself. Instead, he wants to be killed so that it is an “honorable death,” (in his eyes) so he goads people into it, particularly when he challenges Cora to see if she’ll kill him in 2×08. He’s waited 300 years, he can’t just end his own life at that point. He needs to feel like he’s equated to something, like delaying death wasn’t all for not (again, in his opinion).
And I definitely don’t think he’s nihilistic–that’s the opposite of having a code, which he’s proven he does have. He’s definitely suicidal–TWICE he asks Rumple to kill him.
Somewhere in the past 300 years, Hook’s vengeance turned into a death wish. I don’t think he was ever wholly conscious of that fact–Hook didn’t know he wanted to die until he realized he had nothing to keep him alive.
Hook is impulsive and was improvising the way through his revenge–he was always just trying to get on the same level as Rump and work it out as he went. But when he was actually faced against Rumple without the option of killing him, all he wanted was to be put out of his misery.