Holy shit, King George is alive?
Well, we knew he was alive, we saw him in Storybrooke last season as a lawyer or something. But I did almost forget that he was here. Now things will get interesting.
Did anyone but me say “Bitch, please he’s not your grandson,” when Cora was talking about meeting Henry?
I did. I mean, I guess legally he is, if Storybrooke adoption laws still apply in Fairytale world, but he's technically her step-great-great-grandson -- her daughter's stepdaughter's grandson, yes? -- which sounds even more preposterous.
If Snow and Charming are going to get married so his mom can see it before she dies, the least they could have done was wheeled her death wagon a little closer than 20 feet away. Also, King George's revenge on James -- making Snow drink the infertility poison -- seems rather lame as far as revenge goes, and kind of only serves as a plot point to fit into James's mother's death and making the choice over who to use the last drop of magic water on.
That CGI ogre was sooooo bad, but I liked it anyway. And at some point, Emma is going to remember she's not in Kansas anymore and stop being stupid, yes? Maybe? Next week? Okay, no.
I like that Emma is gradually making peace with her abandonment issues. She sees that she was loved, and wanted, and the decision to send her away was not done lightly, and she finally understands putting the safety of the child you love ahead of your desire -- your need -- to be with them and be a family.
Mulan and Aurora are still trading places for the No. 1 most annoying new character, though.
Edited by Chicken Wing, Oct 14, 2012 @ 8:10 PM.