San Diego Comic-Con is around the corner. No, really, we’ll be there in a couple of weeks, ready to spend countless hours in line, see our favorites, gush about how pretty they are in person, and, of course, to get answers about what’s coming in our favorite shows.
To get the ball rolling, here are five questions we want Once Upon A Time to answer during San Diego Comic-Con (and hey, we wouldn’t mind the chance to ask them ourselves!):
Is Belle finally going to see Rumplestiltskin for who he is?
Never mind getting back together with him or not – is she finally going to admit he’s more Beast than man? Because, even if she decided to take him back after all, that would make for a much more interesting dynamic than the constant back and forth they’ve subjected us for the past two years. He’s decided what side he’s on, now it’s time for Belle to do the same. And, selfishly, I hope she picks the side that he’s not standing on.
Will Captain Swan move in together? Get engaged? Indulge in some domestic bliss?
These two have been moving at a snail’s pace for the last two seasons. Yes, they share true love. And yes, they haven’t had much time to just be. But, will they finally learn to take advantage of the quiet moments? Will they finally get a chance to bask? Or, like Netflix and chill? They deserve some relaxation! We know they’re endgame, but we’d like to see them actually behave like they are.
Does the EQ/Regina separation means she can never go back? Or is this season about finding balance?
What exactly does this separation mean? We learned from Rumple that having the darkness removed from your heart doesn’t mean you can’t go back. So does the same rule apply to Regina? And if so, isn’t this more a question of balance than a question of ripping out the part of you that you hate? Can Regina finally learn to forgive herself?
Is Robin really and truly gone for good?
No quest to save him form …I don’t know, a mythical hell beast? Nothing? Was that anticlimactic dead really the end of our favorite thief? Really? I might need this question to be answered in the affirmative a minimum of ten times before I’m ready to accept this reality. There was just so much that they could have done!
What’s the obsession with naming babies after dead characters? And, will we get some Emma/baby brother love?
Neal was bad enough, but baby Robyn? Are you kidding me, Once Upon A Time? Once it’s a bad idea, twice it’s a pattern. Something’s gotta give. Though, now that I think about it, Robyn IS a better name. At least the original was actually a good guy.
Also, when do we get Emma interacting with baby brother? She and Hook can babysit if Snow and Charming want a date night! They have to get some practice in for the future, after all. *wink wink*
And, finally ….a bonus question:
Who’s Colin O’Donoghue’s hairdresser and how come his hair always looks so good?
No, really. Inquiring minds want to know.
Once Upon A Time airs Sundays at 8/7c on ABC. It’s currently on hiatus. It’s expected to return in September.