This is not what Regina meant when she told her new psychiatrist she fantasied about eating a Charming.
“The future isn’t always what it seems.”
As a big cataclysmic finale, ‘And Straight On ‘Til Morning’ was underwhelming, but the lack of action was made up for with where this episode brought the characters. Certain arcs came fill circle, while new ones were created to fuel next season. If only there were more dragons…
Sounds to me like some members of the Charming family went to see the Wizard about getting some brains.
Oh god, that scene. So many Swan Queen feels. There is no force on this Earth or anywhere else will convince me that Emma wasn’t going to say “I love you”.
“Never underestimate the power of a guilty conscience.”
A common complaint about this show lately is the characters’ sudden bout of stupidity. It’s something that makes it hard to not only feel for them, but to believe in the story, particularly when the answer to their question is almost always right in front of them. This episode rectified that, at least in Emma’s case, but it still had a few flaws.
Eddy: Emma and Regina have a game-changer.
Adam: Their relationship is going to change. It moves to a new place.
I don’t this will be what we all want it to be, but I hope this means they’re finally going to move beyond being enemies, constantly fighting over Henry.
My sister is practically licking the screen every time Lancelot appears.