Rumple betrayed our heroes …again. And yet, that was about the only thing that stayed consistent in this episode. That and Robert Carlyle delivering a masterful performance as, arguably, one of the most complicated characters on this show. Because backstory on the Black Fairy kind of made us understand Rumple
Still no Captain Swan reunion. *sighs* But hey, at least Gideon isn’t really a bad guy? Silver linings and all. Plus, there was a little Snow/Emma bonding (which is more than we ever get), an honest Rumbelle conversation and a couple fun Hook/Blackbeard scenes. Although, there was a spider. A
No Captain Swan reunion, yet. But a Jaladdin TLK! A princess team-up! Jasmine finding the hero within! The return of Ariel! There were a lot of good things in this episode – and there were some questionable writing choices when it comes to Emma and practically everyone else in Storybrooke.
So Henry has grown up. That’s about the only thing that we learned from “I’ll Be Your Mirror.” That and Rumple’s an asshole, but I’m pretty sure we knew that. This is just like the 290472782372th confirmation. And yes, there’s also Hook-can-see-right-through-your-deception, Regina and please, God, NO, DON’T GIVE ME
Goodbye Mr. Jekyll. So long Mr. Hyde. We barely knew ye. It wasn’t such a strange case after all. This episode was way more interesting for what it presented in Storybrooke, and how our characters story-lines entwined with Jekyll and Hyde’s, than for the actual flashbacks. Especially because, the correlations were
Well, that was a good episode, wasn’t it? The flashbacks were engaging, the present stuff was interesting, moving and it gave the actors a chance to show their range. Oh, yes, and the Evil Queen and the Not-so-evil-stepsister’s outfits slayed. There’s a lot to talk about! Joining me this week will