I’m not trying to toot my own horn, but it kind of sucks to know as much as I do because, when it comes to simple storytelling, it’s very easy to predict where things are going. For example, as soon as Nimue showed up, I knew she was both Merlin’s love and the first Dark One.
Once Upon A Time is the perfect show for half-paying-attention and half-eBay-shopping for whatever strikes my fancy.
“Are you a knight?” “Better. I’m a writer.” HENRY GOT GAME. I’m also totally taking this line.
Oh, Disney is willing to admit that The Sword and The Stone exists, but not The Black Cauldron? How about The Black Hole? Can we work that one in, Disney? Can we? SHOW ME MAXIMILLIAN TERRORIZING STORYBROOKE! YOU KNOW YOU WANNA!
Let’s see if I really need to watch every episode to keep up, shall we? I’m sure last week Elsa said “I’ll do anything to get my sister back!” and Emma scrunched up her face in disbelief at something and Henry wondered if he’d gotten any college acceptance letters, yet.
Little Bo Peep, The Payday Loan Extortionist, is my new favorite fairy tale bad guy. I want her to rise up against Storybrooke’s unstable government and questionable democratic system and institute a reign of terror during which she references The Silence of The Lambs!
Murder and imprisonment? That’s Old Regina. New Regina tortures writers. Good on you, New Regina. Mama’s proud.
Really, Disney? What? You’re not selling enough copies of Frozen on DVD and other Frozen related merch?
In three seasons, we’ve been from the Enchanted Forest to Wonderland to Neverland to Oz. We’ve also been to Black & White Movie Land and have been up the beanstalk (Heh. UP YOUR BEANSTALK!!!!). Where to next?