FaxModem1 wrote:So, who is Henry's true love?
My guess would be it's most likely Emma.
Alkaloid wrote:.... I like none of the supposedly good characters. At all. Henry just has the problem that he is being played by a child and is entirely too earnest and a little bit shrill, but of the rest, there are times when I flat out think they deserve what they got. OK, Cinderella, the price you have to pay for wealth, money power and love is a shitty one, but you made the deal. You made it knowing you would have to pay for it one day, and didn't once question what the price might actually be. When you didn't want to pay it you decided to imprison the guy you made a deal with. I don't know what Snow did to Regina yet, but it is clearly something pretty bad, and I find it very hard to dislike the evil queen when she is shown in the fairy tale land, even though Regina herself is a spiteful bitch. ....
Jaepheth wrote:I wonder if they record alternate versions of the finale in case they don't get renewed.
Jaepheth wrote:Because I was thinking for sure that dropping the True Love potion into that well was going to bend space-time so that Baelfire's 'wormhole' came out there. I guess that shows that Rumpelstiltskin still loves power more than anything else?
Jaepheth wrote:It'll also be interesting to see if magic spreads throughout the entire world/universe or is still bounded by the town's borders.
That was my first thought too. And I feel sorry for Gold. He's got the love of his life back and the means to find his son and still choose power.
JME2 wrote:Here's a fun thought.
Regina's smug expression at the end was meant to convey that she expected to recover access to her abilities.
But...Gold made the Wish and could control how it was directed. It's very possible that Regina will find that Gold kept her cut off. And if everyone else with magical abilities regains them...well, she can't run, but she can't hide...
Jaepheth wrote:Well, it's not a wishing well; the water just returns that which was lost. Also, I doubt the writers would go that route because I imagine Rumpelstiltskin is going to be gunning for Regina in the next season because of Belle, and having Regina defenseless wouldn't make for very good drama.
Jaepheth wrote:It'll be interesting to see how interacting with this universe changes the character's perception of their own (if the writers cover it). If they do get back to their land will there be a demand for cars/trucks, computers, cell phones, air conditioning, etc?
You'll meet the writer of the book a few episodes down the line.
DarkSilver wrote:Rumple/Gold will be something to fear - in season one he was just conniving and devious, but now...I don't think he has much to lose this time.