It’s the end of the season. Can you believe it? It seems like yesterday that we were wondering where Emma had gone and what was going to happen now that she was the Dark One. And now, a season later, Rumple is the Dark One once more, and our heroes
You know that Harry Potter quote about having to make a choice between what is right and what is easy? It applied to Voldemort then, but I’ve always found to be one of those quotes that can apply to absolutely everything in life. Well, this is me, making that choice.
Well, that was …not at all what I expected. Or maybe it’s just that I had such low expectations of this episode to begin with. When you don’t expect much, anything you get seems like a wonderful gift. And, trust me, I wasn’t expecting much from an episode that, at
Hello Oncers! We got the good and the really, really bad this week, or so it seems. Not only was Captain Swan reunited (can I get a Hallelujah?), but we also got to see Rumple in his full Rumpleness. But, oh, how things have changed. Or will change, for now
Well, that was…better and worse than I expected. And I mean that in the yes, it was awkward as hell but we survived way. Which, now that I think about it, could be the subtitle for this show. Because the family connections, if nothing else, make Once Upon A Time
Strangely enough, it’s easier for me to write this post about Rumple today than it would have been a month ago. For years I’ve been asking Once Upon A Time to do exactly what they did in the midseason finale – choose. Not just lean one way or the other,