Woohoo! It’s Awesome!Snow White! And she’s accompanied by Badass Granny, Killer Red Riding Hood, and a swarm of glitterpoop flinging fairies!
Um, who is this crazy masked woman who knows Jorah? In any event, someone else has been diving into Gaga’s closet.
This episode was not perfect, but Felicia Day’s character was so cool and so well played that I have basically forgiven everything I didn’t like.
It’s so satisfying to get answers that make sense, rather than being strung along with ratings bait while the show stretches thin and breaks.
Have these people not watched their own show to know that their best laid plans suck ass and always end up in the toilet? Someone should keep a diary or something so they can go back and learn from their mistakes. Oh wait, they probably use it to talk about their feelings and who kissed them that week. That’s important in a town with a body count higher than the eastern hemisphere.
Is there anyone else out there who gets such a stupid kick looking at these fantasyland maps? The show’s introduction of world-panning views gives me an uber-geek thrill.
I was all caught up in Mr. Gold’s emotional arc and thrilled to put a Fairytale Land identity to August Booth, only to have it yanked away.
This was frustrating. Annie seemed like a cool character, but with how little we know her it’s hard to be honestly upset that she’s gone. My frustration here is probably misplaced, and more Jo-Ellen-Lisa related than anything else.
At least we got some new developments, some blood, death (just Alaric), Jeremy and Tyler, and shirtless Damon (hurray!).