From Camelot to the Underworld, our Fairy Tale heroes (and villains) have been many places. That certainly didn’t stop with the finale where the group was split between Land Without Magic and the Land of Untold Stories.
We met a new villain, reintroduced to another, and another villain stayed just about the same.
Check out some thoughts from the 2 hour season finale, “Only You” & “An Untold Story,” along with quotes, Most Valuable Resident, and a review of the episodes.
A week ago, we said good-bye to Robin Hood, the classic thief who stole from the rich to give to the poor.
On Once Upon A Time, he had a much bigger role as the man destined to be Regina, the (former) Evil Queen. Unfortunately, with Robin’s death, he not only leaves Regina behind, but countless friends and Merry Men and his two young children, Roland, and the now named daughter, Robin.
Let’s take a look back at memorable moments and reasons we will miss Robin Hood (Sean Maguire)’s on OUAT!
True Love, betrayal? All in a day’s work for Once Upon A Time.
For Hades, he’ll do anything to get Zelena back even going to people he hates the most–the heroes. Of course, there were some ulterior motives on his end, but by episodes end Storybrooke was the destination for *almost* everyone.
Check out highlights from the episode, thoughts, opinions, and this week’s Most Valuable Resident in “Firebird.”
After she was banished to Oz, she returns for her daughter, but makes an accidental detour to the Underworld where she meets up with a surprising person from her past–Hades. Rumple also comes face-to-face with Belle and breaks some happy, then very sad news, that may be hard for her to forgive.
Check out the the recap, review, and thoughts from the episode, along with this week’s Most Valuable Resident and a sneak peek at next week’s episode. Continue reading
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.