Let me start off by throwing my hands up in the air. I am done! Seriously, this show has the worst track record for positive resolution! Yes, there was resolution but still. UGH!
The Quickfire Lowdown: O-M-G they actually storm Pan’s camp. Unfortunately he is not there, bummer. Pan has taken Henry to Skull Rock (insert gifset parallel here, not that I have one). Wendy only cares about saving her Brothers. No one believes Rumple. Emma does magic. The show ends with “#SaveHenry”. Oh and we will be back in two weeks, so that’s after the U.S. Thanksgiving for those of you playing at home.
You want more you say? Well be warned, this will probably end up being more of a rant than a review.
How do I even summarize this episode in one paragraph? Hmm… A special guest star shows up and causes trouble for the Mikaelson brothers. Rebekah yet again has to endure some more biblical undertones. Oh, and Davina gets a new friend. Yep, that should do it!
What can I say about tonight’s episode? Well I was really looking forward to it and then it started. There are many things that annoy me about television writing. The biggest ones are when the writers try to cover the “big twist” but really give it away before the end of the show.
Tonight we spent the time split between Storybrooke and Neverland. Ariel traveled to Storybrooke to retrieve something that Rumple and Regina needed. The Charmings had some arguments. Hook, Emma, and Neal tried to find a way off the island. Henry got played.
Well here is what you need to know. Elijah keeps his promises. Hayley has a HUGE baby pump now (say what?!?!). Marcel is finally starting to close the loop on things, as is Cami. And Rebekah and Klaus are both feeling a bit neglected.
I have to admit when I saw the preview for this episode I filled with joy and then extreme dread. Why? Well it is basically the same fears that I had when I found out OUAT was going to be doing “Beauty & the Beast”; I love “The Little Mermaid” and to see that the OUAT writers were going to tackle another staple Disney movie from my childhood, well it gave me pause to say the least.