At first I was like, enjoy your cocoa (HOW DID SHE KNOW, SHE KNOWS EVERYTHING BIATCH!) YOU CAN’T TELL ME WHAT I CAN’T DO, REGINA’S WORDS ARE GOING TO INFLUENCE EVERYTHING I DO IN LIFE FROM NOW ON, I GUESS, RIGHTY-HO THEN, LET’S GO WITH THAT AND RIP OUR CLOTHES OFF…
Then I was like, damn girl that is a jacket and you are wearing the SHIT out of it and being all hero-y and awesome and saving the day, cause you a deputy now girl! And awww Cinderelly is all cute and yay her baby! And oooh Mr. Gold/Rumples what is this deal? THIS SHOW IS SO FREAKIN’ AWESOME!!!
And then…ahhh…what’s happening, you guys? Things just got weird…I mean they’re both so hot and I would probably hit it and quit it with both, but this shit just ain’t right, am I going to have to sit through love triangle bullshit now, you did NOT just make Sheriff the Kate of this show, oh yes you did, you were doing so well show, goddamit…
spoilers and ranting inside…
WHAT WHAT WHAT HAPPENED TO REGINA AFTER THE FIRST SCENE? WHO IS THIS LADY? THIS IS NOT MY MADAM MAYOR…WTF HER WHOLE PURPOSE IN THIS EPISODE WAS A BOOTY CALL??!?!?! AND NO WAY SHE WOULD TRUST HENRY TO STAY HOME, WTF? AND ABOVE ALL ELSE, NO NO NO NO NO, I CANNOT HANDLE ANOTHER LOVE TRIANGLE AS THE IMPETUS FOR DRAMA ON ANOTHER FREAKIN’ SHOW!!! I CAME TO LOOOOATTTTHE THEM BECAUSE OF LOST (AND GREY’S ANATOMY, UGH ABC WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM) AND THIS HAS JACK/KATE/SAWYER WRITTEN ALL OVER IT, PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, NO, THAT WAS THE WORST PART OF THE SHOW. WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY. LOOK, I SHIP THE FUCK OUT OF EMMA/REGINA. AND I COULD SEE WHERE THEY WERE GOING WITH EMMA/SHERIFF, FINE WHATEVS, I DON’T EVEN HATE THAT, THEY’RE PRETTY CUTE. BUT WHY ARE YOU MAKING SHERIFF GRAHAM THE KATE IN THIS SITUATION? DO YOU HATE HIM? HE SEEMS LIKE A NICE GUY! BECAUSE NOBODY AND THEIR MOTHER LIKED KATE. YOU CAN’T JUST WAIT TWO MORE SEASONS FOR ELIZABETH MITCHELL TO COME IN AND TAKE UP WITH ONE OF THE LADIES AND SAVE THE DAY WITH HER BANGING BODY AND STELLAR ACTING, RIGHT?!
DIDN’T KNOW HOW MUCH I WANTED THAT TILL I SAID IT. SEE, YOU WANT IT TOO, RIGHT?
AND I WON’T SAY ANYMORE ON THE SUBJECT
I promise I’m not just being a crazy fangirl, but can we just talk about how OOC Regina was tonight after that first scene? Please tell me I’m not the only one. For the record it has nothing to do with WHAT
who she was doing (but I am kinda side-eyeing you Sheriff, wtf man, I mean, clearly I get the appeal, but objectively she’s a craaaazy bitch you should not tangle with, but I totally would given the chance). It was the HOW she was acting, I was like did she have a brain tumor for breakfast? No way would she leave Henry alone all day if she went to all the trouble to confront Emma just the day before where she admitted she spent her precious time researching her background. I mean, I get it she’s got to have other hobbies besides being an evil biatch and obsessing over Ms. Swan, but really, that was all she did for the whole episode while her future wife was out there kicking ass AND taking names? And really, doing it at the Inn, that was the big reveal? Doesn’t she have a sex dungeon somewhere or something? Oh, I think I made that last part up in my mind.
I am going to miss Gus on Breaking Bad, but I am so glad Giancarlo Esposito is going to be on Once Upon a Time. What can you tell me about that role? — Brad
ADAM: He plays the Evil Queen’s Magic Mirror.
OH SHIT SON. OH SHIT. SHIT JUST GOT REAL. Well, we we all thinking it, right?
YES, THE LEATHER PANTS ARE BACK!
BUT GURL, DOLLY PARTON CALLED AND SHE WANTS HER WIG BACK.
You know she’s like well, this dream certainly took a left turn! Usually by this point I’m still tied up but wearing far less clothing…
Beware of potential spoilers.
The season finale of Once Upon a Time is upon us and it’s going to be a wild ride. We talked to showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis for scoop on who’s back for the big Good vs. Evil showdown spectacular. Plus, which fairy-tale characters can we expect back for season two?
Since Emma (Jennifer Morrison) came to Storybrooke and the clock started moving, everything has been leading up to this shocking finale. Will Henry (Jared Gilmore) die? Will Emma finally believe and break the curse? Some of your favorite characters will be returning for the season’s end but who’s coming back for the recently ordered season two? Find out now:
“The story we’ve started to tell in the pilot and the conflicts we’ve introduced reach a boiling point in the finale,” Horowitz says. “That will hopefully take this show to a new place.”
It might be taking us to a new place, but we will have some familiar faces. In Sunday’s finale we will be seeing lots of old friends from the season, including Jefferson (Sebastian Stan). But Kitsis assures us that Maleficent (Kristen Bauer van Straten) will be appearing in Storybrooke, “Kristen will definitely be back in a different form.” And trust us, the way she appears is super cool.
If you’ve missed Hot Sheriff—unfortunately he’s not rising from the dead despite our pleas. But don’t fret, Kitsis was clear: “Jamie Dornan is back and he’s more handsome than ever, so get ready. He is extra handsome on this one.” Huge sigh of relief and time to thank the TV gods for fantasy flashbacks.
It’s all fun and games until someone eats a poisoned apple. Once Upon a Time might be stuff of children’s stories but when Henry ate the poisoned pastry meant for his mom, we crossed over into high stakes. “One of the journeys this year for Emma is becoming a mother,” Kitsis explains. “Part of her journey is coming to terms with what it means to have this kid in her life and now facing the fact that she could lose him.” Wait, what? Could Henry actually die?
Henry’s death is certainly a possibility and it wouldn’t just be Emma in mourning. Kitsis explains, “This finale will test [Regina, played Lana Parrilla] unlike any other.” The world Regina’s created is unraveling and we’ve seen what she can be like when she thinks things are slipping out of her control.
We were curious if Regina could truly blame Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) for spilling the beans to her mother. We all saw her mother, super evil. “She blames herself for saving the girl, because if she didn’t, none of this would have happened,” Kitsis jokes. But maybe there is something deeper anger there. “Her mother did this to her, how does she feel about her mom? How does she feel about Cora?” He promises, “I would say that is definitely something we will see next season.”
The finale will play a huge role in changing the series for season two, but the goals for the showrunners remain the same. “We wanted to do something unique and surprising and keeps moving forward and I think that next season will be hopefully, unique and surprising and moving forward, but in a way that it doesn’t abandon what we loved about the first season,” Kitsis tells us. You can count on reimagining of classic stories, but also a deeper look at our favorite classic characters. We can’t wait.
Are you excited to see an epic Storybrooke showdown? Who are you looking forward to seeing next season? Head to the comments!
ALSO, IT’S KRISTIN, LIKE ^^^^^THIS ONE.
So going by the sheets-turned-rope, Henry was sneaking out and Regina used magic to bring him back up?