How come no one else is talking about thiiiisss?!!!!!!!!!!!
I've been busy myself, but wow, that really was one the best season endings you could ask for...except it also wasn't. : /
, and my mom, I didn't expect the curse to get broken! The preview of Emma with the sword had me thinking the ending of the series would be Emma believing and then getting others to believe, like Snow, Red, James, Jiminy, some others, and planning to fight the Queen and break the curse.
But I should have guessed the kiss of true love would do it. I'm guessing the "suprise" or twist we weren't supposed to see coming was Emma's love saving Henry, but I myself thought of similar ideas. When Henry, well, you know, I was like, no, he's gonna get saved, I know this show, and fairy tales. Then I was like, wait, no, maybe that's the season ending cliffhanger, that for a while, he really will be gone. So I tossed between that and knowing how true love and fairy tales work, especially when they kept talking about the magic of true love in the last two episodes.
Haha, yes, it was and continues to be one of my favorites; actually, that whole block, with Red Handed, Heart of Darkness, Hat Trick, and Stable Boy, was very good. And the three episodes since then are pretty popular too (I liked them but they weren't personal favorites). Hopefully all this good writing will continue on into season 2!
Actually am I the only one who was dissapointed they were building up to a trail that didn't happen? I wanted to see the trial and then have her win the case from Mr. Gold's doing.
Oh, I forgot about this until now, but there was one little thing that bothered me about the last episode. That was the fact that it was only then that Snow found out Daniel died. I mean... in Snow Falls, she tells Charming that she ruined the Queen's life, but in Stable Boy, all Snow knows is that Daniel 'ran away', and that it didn't have anything to do with her. So why would Snow Falls Snow think she ruined the Queen's life when she wasn't even aware of it yet? The only explanation is that the Queen told her more later on, but if she took the time to do that, why leave out the fact that Cora killed Daniel?
Not a big thing, but they treated it as a big reveal so it bugged me a bit.
Hm, this may have been an error on their part. Well remember in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Snow writes a letter to the Queen apologizing because she knew that the Queen was mad at her for telling. Since she asked "Are you mad?" when she knew she told the secret, even though she said no maybe as she grew up she could tell she really was mad, even though she didn't know how she ruined her life. Maybe she thought she made Daniel run away. I don't know. But yea, sounds like they botched that one up.