This was such a beautiful episode! What did everyone else think? Discuss away!
....To make them basically get possibly "fired" from the show?
It seems they were having a blast on it but what could have gone down behind the scenes, that made the two biggest female characters on the show(more or less) not be that.
And maybe this is where the writers should have had a bigger plan for them in season 7, like make Belle through this "new"ish curse completely independent from the Dark One and his terrible abuse.
Heck they could have turned her into Henry's agent from some publishing company, have the curse make her into someone who wasn't just a scared wall flower that someone like the Dark One needed around, just because "true love" or something like that.
Then again with Regina's new reverse curse on Storybrooke, there now seven million different versions of Belle now running around. Who needs the underworld when you have different realities(although they wouldn't basically date a creep like Rumpel for there own sanity)
What do you think happened?
#1 young Corra was married to Leopold who would in the future be snow's dad. But then corra's daughter Regina married Leopold after Corra killed Eva. What the hell?! Wouldn't Leopold be too old to marry his ex wife's adult daughter?
#2 if hook2 who was old was given youth by Victoria in the time when adult Henry's story takes place. Then he had time to raise a newborn to adulthood while Lucy only aged 8ish years?
I wanted to watch all the specials (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Once_Upon_a_Time_episodes#Specials)
I cannot seem to find where/how to watch them.
I searched this subreddit, and nothing telling me where.
Any help is appreciated :)
Throughout the show, I got increasingly annoyed at how the show basically became "Once Upon A Rumple." Basically everything I did with him after season three was just kind of unnecessary to me, and I think it's kinda obvious that the writers did this only because of how popular the character and actor is. I don't like that.
So yeah, I didn't like how they just completely got rid of a villain that seemed rather great suddenly only to replace it with . . . A clone of Rumple.
A Christmas Episode!!! We got a valentines one and halloween, all I wanted was a christmas one. They could have had it just be holiday themed but It would have been cool to adapt and twist something like the Gingerbread man or the Nutcracker for a one off episode or even a small 3 episode arc that could have aired during late November and December
I know it is not stated but I want a general idea of what people think.
I am doing a rewatch with my boyfriend (his first watch), and we got into an "argument" about what age she looks in the show.
I decided to look up the actress and found out she was like 19 when she was on the show! It blew my mind because I am just barely older than her and always looked younger than I am but she was on a whole other level to me.
They recently added the last season on Netflix so I decided to pick up where I left off, and this scene took me completely by surprise and had me in tears.
My wife & I work opposite work shifts, that way there's always someone home with our 2 little girls (4 y/o & 7-month old), and there are weeks where this scene feels like our life.
During "Love Doesn't Stand a Chance", I specifically remember the show cutting to the Dwarves, Geppetto, Jiminy and Granny. On YouTube, Regina is watching them sing through the mirrors. Is it different on Netflix?
Edit: I put the wrong song
I loved all 6 seasons but I'm 7 minutes into season 7 and sooo basically Henry's role is basically Emma with a few twists? I love how season 6 ended and knowing that in season 7 only Henry and Regina are in the show with guest appearances of Snow, Charming, Hook, and Belle is disappointing. Plus there's a new Cinderella??? I don't know, not feeling it. But what are other people's opinions?