Both viewers and the Savior alike have wondered what Emma’s life might have been like if she had been allowed to grow up as the princess of The Enchanted Forest. This week’s teasers promise us just that, so let’s go wander the path not taken… Continue reading
This week we get a heavy dose of those Season One vibes that have become the backbone for much of this season’s narrative, and Henry gets some extra screen time that makes it obvious to viewers and his family members that the boy who once ran away to find his birth mother and show her a book of fairytales has officially become a young man in his own right. Continue reading
This week the new season really hit its stride, proving that the preseason press about a return to the best parts of Season 1 were true.
At the start of the episode our lovely Snow and Charming are fast asleep, but soon Snow wakes up to find herself in the woods, being threatened by the Evil Queen. Continue reading
“Every character should want something, even if it is only a glass of water,”- Kurt Vonnegut
A few episodes into the new season and I’m already more pleased than with the awkward, forced storylines of the previous two seasons. When I asked myself why I keep watching even after some dismal writing decisions, I’ve realized that one of the biggest reasons is that every character is very clear in their want for something. Continue reading
This week we truly do return to the well-loved style of storytelling from Season 1, learning that even a re-telling that we’ve become familiar with may not be the whole story.
Regina is still perplexed about how the Evil Queen is still walking around, enacting nefarious plots when crushing her heart should have killed her. Since Hyde seems to know a little bit about everything, and is also the evil half of a separated character, she hopes to visit his underground prison cell and threaten him? Nope. Bribe him with lasagna. Continue reading