Okay, so ever since I have watched that part where Mr. Hyde tells the Dark One that there is one final twist to the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, I can't help but think what it could have been. If Hook hadn't accidently killed Dr. Jekyll, what would have been the final twist according to you?
What's on your mind?
There’s an episode where Snow and Charming are in their castle and they are discussing their fears of having a child in such a horrible time, how could they bring a child into this world? Snow come to the realization that a child is the best thing they could ever do. It is the greatest hope. She gives this lovely speech that made me cry (lol) but I feel like it’s super relevant. I’ve admittedly been binging lately and I meant to write the episode down but forgot until I got too many episodes past and couldn’t retrace my steps. Anyone?? Thanks in advance!!
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland does not seem to be on Netflix, and having just finished season 7 I want to watch it.
Any idea where i can watch it?
After final watching season 7 does anyone else think that season 7 should of been a start to another show like once upon a time 2 just seems there was a lot of change and most of it could of been a good start to a new series
The children aging in storybrooke.
Did you ever notice how the kids in like, Henry's school or something are like--an age? lmao that makes no sense but whatever--
Like, were they that age when they came to storybrooke or did they age in storybrooke?
Like, i had this well thought out in my head but i just look like a fool trying to write it down.
And also, no one had a child? at all? like--yall were there for 28 years and none of you had a child? I know that because of the whole time thing the baby probably wouldnt be born, but like, im just saying, wouldnt there be at least one pregnant woman other than cinderella?
And let's be real here, I doubt that there was that little amount of children that are in the school in the fairy tale world. Where are the rest of the children?
Thanks for coming to my very confusing TED talk.
Should I see OUAT in wonderland?
In 5x10, after Hook emerged as the second Dark One, Merlin says he no longer has magic, I suppose because he's not tethered to Excalibur, but why wouldn't he have magic? He had it before he was tethered to it, so why not after?
Does anyone know how old he would be when he was in the Darlings' house, and then got taken by the shadow and ended up on Hook's ship? I guess there's no official age, but an estimate based on some kind of logic at least...
To my understanding, Rumple's story is one of the oldest ones in the show, meaning he came hundreds of years before all the main characters.
So if Rumple claims to be alive for hundreds of years, how was Baelfire still alive after all that time, after he fell into a portal?
Is it possible that there are multiple Underworld and afterlife realms / worlds besides the Greek-based Underworld and Mount Olympus that was ruled by Hades such as the Egyptian, Nordic ones and etc.; or would the Underworld and Mount Olympus contain every individual from every realm in existence?
If the entire Underworld the size of Storybrooke? If so, how does individuals from multiple / every realm fit in Underbrooke? There are an endless amount of souls and Underbrooke wouldn't be able fit into any of them. Now say that the Underworld is infinite and stretches for thousands / millions of miles, how would it work to rule over the entire Underworld? Would the Underworld have governors or mayors to preside over a specific region of the Underworld?
The magical ability of Persuasion has been seen by Cruella multiple times in Season Four, but we know very little about it. Is it actually a type of magic or just a magical ability? We have only seen in Cruella use it and could just be a magical ability like Telekinesis or Teleportation rather than a type of magic like Witchcraft or Fairy Magic.
I know it is said on here and believed by many users that Mount Olympus is where deceased souls go once they have completed their unfinished business before they died and/or in the Underworld, but we don’t really know that for sure. It was believed that Mount Olympus was the “Better Place” mentioned in the series when Hercules killed Cerberus and completed his unfinished business keeping him in the Underworld and maybe Hook was summoned to Mount Olympus when he found his (unless Zeus teleported himself to the “Better Place”, but how can we be absolutely certain that this is where everyone else goes when they die? Hercules was basically destined to go to Olympus after completing the Twelve Labors and it was no different when he died and found peace. Mount Olympus is/could be separate from the true afterlife where all the deceased goes when they found peace and Hercules and/or Hook could’ve been isolated case(s).
Should we add it to the history section?
EDIT: Beverley said that Ruby and Gold had a fling in the past, and the reason why Granny gave him money was so that he would stay away from Ruby, however she exchanged looks with him anyway on the pilot.
I hate how in S6, True Love's Kiss stopped making any sense.
In the final episode, we see Charming dead from a fall of the beanstalk, and Snow somehow resurrects him by the kiss. Then, when Gideon kills Emma, Henry brings her back with a kiss.
"True Love can break any curse." Well, as I recall, death is not a curse. Otherwise, the Law of magic wouldn't be "You can't bring someone back from the dead."
Which is why I love how in Wonderland, when Jafar dies, Anastasia dies again, but, of course, Will can't bring her back to life with a kiss, because she died, she wasn't cursed.
Anyone have any info on this?
From which fairytale is Dark One based on? I'm so curious, whether it's part of their original story or based on an existing fairytale.
Okay, since the finale, my friend and I have been in a debate: Are there two Henrys or three? My friend thinks there are only two: Henry (Andrew J. West) and Sir Henry AKA Wish Henry (Jared S. Gilmore). But I think there are three: Henry (Andrew J. West), Sir Henry AKA Wish Henry (Jared S. Gilmore) and Time-Warp Henry (Jared S. Gilmore).
Remember in "Is this Henry Mills" (7x20) the phone call when Older Henry (Andrew J. West) talks about how he got a strange call. It flashes back to Storybrooke when an UNKNOWN Henry (Jared S. Gilmore) answers a call. But Sir Henry wouldn't have been in Storybrooke at that point. And Sir Henry wouldn't know how to use a phone.
Okay Oncers - settle this debate for me!
I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to be putting this but I've been wondering, what is the theme of "the Heart is a Lonely Hunter"?
Hi, I don't know if this is the correct forum to ask this question, but here I go. I have been searching for OUAT soundtracks/ost and I can't seem to find Red Riding Hoods theme.
In this clip from 1x15 from minute 2:30 towards the end of the video and
^ In this clip of 5x09 from minute 1:14 I can hear the same theme, which I understand is related to Ruby since it only plays in the background when she is around. Has anyone else found this track on youtube? I have searched for Mark Isham, which used to compose most of the music for OUAT, but it seems they did not officially released this one or it was not him. Either way, I would appreciate the help. Thank you.