Henry has spent much of his time in Storybrooke sitting on the sidelines while his parents and other family members have fought the battles against witches, Dark Ones, and much more.
But, before they were doing that they were a town of people who had no idea that they belonged in a world of fairy tales and heroes and villains. Henry was the one who brought Emma to town and Henry was also the one who spent months trying to get her and anyone to believe the truth of their pasts.
Now that Henry is older, he wants to join in and while his parents may not always agree, they should remember who brought them together in the first place: .
Below is a list of 13 different times where the town of Storybrooke should have listened to Henry and believe his seemingly far-fetched idea about the Dark Curse.
It seems like it has been forever since we had Snow White at the forefront of an episode.
After an episode, like this week’s, it reminds us why she is such a beloved character and why the relationship between her and Regina is one of the most flawed, but greatest, relationships that has truly grown before our eyes.
This week’s episode had us meeting the beloved Olympus hero and learned his history with a young Snow White. We also saw more of Hades and saw Hook fighting for his life to get back to Emma.
But, this episode was really all about Snow White, the former Mary Margaret, and how she made that transition back to the kick-ass hero we love.
See below for the recap of this week’s episode along with thoughts, a review, quotes, and (the obvious) winner of Most Valuable Resident.
We are halfway through the 100 moments leading up to the spring premiere of Once Upon A Time.
Fifty episodes in brings us to the Storybrooke troop taking on Once‘s sociopathic version of Peter Pan in season 3A (as it may be referred as). In the early moments we saw a character’s origin story along with multiple characters learning revelations about themselves and their family members.