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  • So one of the things I've noticed is how much we find ourselves asking questions as the seasons progress. We've found out who Pan is, his and Rumple's history, and a few others which I won't drag out here.

    So, here are some questions I HAVE and think the winter finale leaving us from Dec 15 to March

    1) Will Emma actually be able to allow herself a happy ending?

    2) Will Mary-Margaret and David have more children?

    3) Will Henry want to live his life with Regina or Emma?

    4) Will Rumple overcome his cowardness (I watched the sneak peek #1) 

    5) Where will we be in March and will it be a place for strong storylines?

    Another question I have is about "We'll all go back to what we were"...I wonder if that means that Snow, Charming and all the others will forget who they were in Storybrooke and go back LITERALLY to who they were before the curse orignally was cast.

    Just some things I'm asking myself.

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    • What about SwanFire or CaptainSwan?

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    • We just Have to see on Sunday

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    • In a recent article it says that season 3 half would be only taking place on storybrooke and EF Here is the link http://tvline.com/2013/12/03/glee-season-5-dianna-agron-returning-quinn-returns/

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    • How Rumple was coward in Sneek Peek 1 ?

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      How Rumple was coward in Sneek Peek 1 ?


      i think he meant after Pan kicked his ass

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    • well pan is young and Rumple is old and Pan was using magic on him after ripping off his powers(when Rumple was not even using magic). So who is coward now?

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      How Rumple was coward in Sneek Peek 1 ?

      I second this

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      How Rumple was coward in Sneek Peek 1 ?
      I second this


      You second what? That Rumple is a coward?

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    • How has Pan become so powerful outside Neverland?

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    • DconsKJK wrote:

      4) Will Rumple overcome his cowardness (I watched the sneak peek #1) 

      Cowardice.... because his father was beating the snot of him? Sorry.... but Peter Pan was being the coward, not Rumplestiltskin.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      How Rumple was coward in Sneek Peek 1 ?
      I second this

      You second what? That Rumple is a coward?

      I second the question, wanting to know how he's a coward, because

      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      DconsKJK wrote:

      4) Will Rumple overcome his cowardness (I watched the sneak peek #1) 

      Cowardice.... because his father was beating the snot of him? Sorry.... but Peter Pan was being the coward, not Rumplestiltskin.

      I agree

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    • I think when Pan is away from Neverland. He doesn't die or lose his powers straight away.

      But his aging process resumes and his powers slowly decline. Maybehe also has some of the water from Neverland on him.

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    • I want to know why the well sprang up green smoke, yet purple smoke filled the town. Maybe one was pan, and the other was what Regina was saying, about, "everyone will go back to where they're from".

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    • Budloopy4 wrote:
      I want to know why the well sprang up green smoke, yet purple smoke filled the town. Maybe one was pan, and the other was what Regina was saying, about, "everyone will go back to where they're from".

      Or the purple smoke, is just recycled footage. It would not be the first time, a OUaT promo did that.... most recently, was the promo for 3.06.

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      Ruby ridinghood removed this reply because:
      didn't read the question right.
      17:13, December 15, 2013
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    • After watching the episode...I can answer your questions. BUT SPOILER ALERT!!!! SPOILER ALERT! 

      1) I think she has technically has after Regina does that break the curse thing and everyone goes back to The Enchanted Forest, she gives Emma and Henry good, happy memories together...so I guess it just means Emma got a good story, but there hasn't been a happy ending yet for Emma. 

      2) Maybe. I don't know with all that happened in this episode though. 

      3) Well he technically couldn't chose, but I guess he went with Emma because after they broke the curse and Storybrooke has ceased to exist, the whole memories of Emma and Henry has changed and Emma kept Henry so...he never met Regina....

      4) Rumple was not a coward. He sacrificed his own life to save his loved ones. R.I.P. Rumple :( I really hope he comes back! I couldn't believe that!

      5) It's just insane. In March, Apparently stuff will be going on in the enchanted forest. THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST! Emma and Henry are in NY living normal lives but Hook tries to get Emma to remember and come with him to save her parents from something (Most likely The Wicked Witch) 


      Another question I have is about "We'll all go back to what we were"...I wonder if that means that Snow, Charming and all the others will forget who they were in Storybrooke and go back LITERALLY to who they were before the curse orignally was cast.

      What you determined was exactly what happened. It was a bittersweet episode in my opinion. Amazing, but sad at the same time.   

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    • I think the most burning question is: Is Hook ever going to change clothes?

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    • LOL I know Hook really needs a wardrode change, but still. He looks hot in that pirate get-up. ;) 

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Budloopy4 wrote:
      I want to know why the well sprang up green smoke, yet purple smoke filled the town. Maybe one was pan, and the other was what Regina was saying, about, "everyone will go back to where they're from".
      Or the purple smoke, is just recycled footage. It would not be the first time, a OUaT promo did that.... most recently, was the promo for 3.06.


      When Regina started to tear the scroll it produced a purple mist.

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    • I don't understand why Neal, Hook and Tink couldn't leave with Emma.  They were never under the curse.

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    • I'm curious for Rumpy/Gold's future on the show...hmm.

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    • Cosmicbimbo wrote:
      I don't understand why Neal, Hook and Tink couldn't leave with Emma.  They were never under the curse.

      I was wondering that, too.  Especially Hook.  When Regina pulled Emma aside, I expected her to say that Hook could safely go with.

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      I'm curious for Rumpy/Gold's future on the show...hmm.

      I think everyone is.... but remember, the Beast died in Beauty and the Beast. Yet, that story does have a happy ending.

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    • I just have one question that hopefully will be answered when the show comes back on. But why was it Hook that came back to find Emma and not Snow, Charming, Neal, or even Regina? I don't mind that at all though, I just loved it when Hook kissed Emma, but then she kicked him. XD. 

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    • I thought I saw Rumple's shadow briefly before the curse hit all of them. Maybe I was wrong.

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    • I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

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    • Did I miss the valet in this episode? Was he in it?

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg


      Was it ever established that Pan really didn't have his shadow?  The shadow that was helping him was the shadow caretaker of the island.

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    • Budloopy4 wrote:
      Did I miss the valet in this episode? Was he in it?


      No, he wasn't.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

      Probably a mistake, I'd just ignore it >.<

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    • Cosmicbimbo wrote:
      I don't understand why Neal, Hook and Tink couldn't leave with Emma.  They were never under the curse.

      It was so confusing. What I got from it was that every born in that world had to go back, except for Emma because she was the savior. Honestly, I think is episode was so freaking confusing, only because they are setting up for something really cool.



      I think that what will happen is this. They will be in the EF for a while, shit will go down, and someone (bad witch?) will set a curse the resurects Storybrooke, but is different from the original. Then the show will consist in pre and post curse life (ala season 1) This would explain why we see EF and SB in the promo, and Belle (with a scottish accent? couldn't really tell) asking "who cursed us?" Robert Carlyle better find a kick ass way to come back. 

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    • Belle has Australian accent NOT Scottish.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Belle has Australian accent NOT Scottish.

      http://youtu.be/9BWvrU9h3Tw

      00:07

      Sounds pretty Scottish to me. 

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    • AppleTree23 wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Belle has Australian accent NOT Scottish.
      http://youtu.be/9BWvrU9h3Tw

      00:07

      Sounds pretty Scottish to me. 

      I'm sorry, what? XD I don't mean to come off as condescending, because that's not my intention at all, but where have you been all season lol. I just watched the clip, and I can tell you that is Emilie de Ravin's natural Australian accent. That doesn't sound anything remotely like a Scottish accent.

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      AppleTree23 wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Belle has Australian accent NOT Scottish.
      http://youtu.be/9BWvrU9h3Tw00:07

      Sounds pretty Scottish to me. 

      I'm sorry, what? XD I don't mean to come off as condescending, because that's not my intention at all, but where have you been all season lol. I just watched the clip, and I can tell you that is Emilie de Ravin's natural Australian accent. That doesn't sound anything remotely like a Scottish accent.


      The irony is that it is Robert who has a Scottish accent.

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

      Probably a mistake, I'd just ignore it >.<


      Really ? The whole shadow concept actually killed two good characters in 3x11. This mistake is big.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

      Probably a mistake, I'd just ignore it >.<

      Really ? The whole shadow concept actually killed two good characters in 3x11. This mistake is big.


      That wasn't Pan's shadow but, the shadow that lived in Neverland before Pan got there. Everyone just assumes it is Pan's shadow, probably, because they are unaware that there WAS a shadow in Neverland before Pan.

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    • Cosmicbimbo wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

      Probably a mistake, I'd just ignore it >.<

      Really ? The whole shadow concept actually killed two good characters in 3x11. This mistake is big.

      That wasn't Pan's shadow but, the shadow that lived in Neverland before Pan got there. Everyone just assumes it is Pan's shadow, probably, because they are unaware that there WAS a shadow in Neverland before Pan.

      Also, are the shadows depicted in OUaT different then the shadows cast on a wall?

      Anyway I agree with CosmicBimbo. Pan's shadow was in Neverland before. Therefore Pan didn't cast a spell to safely remove a shadow like Rumple did. 

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    • Cosmicbimbo wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      I saw Pan's shadow when he woke up in Rumple's shop. When he didn't have a shadow then how could he cast one on the wall? watch 0:10 of this video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS9Z0yGxEkg

      Probably a mistake, I'd just ignore it >.<

      Really ? The whole shadow concept actually killed two good characters in 3x11. This mistake is big.

      That wasn't Pan's shadow but, the shadow that lived in Neverland before Pan got there. Everyone just assumes it is Pan's shadow, probably, because they are unaware that there WAS a shadow in Neverland before Pan.


      I know that Pan's shadow and Neverland inhabitant are two different things. You haven't understood what I was implying. Pan lost his shadow so did Rumple ( Rumple said 3x11). We have already seen how Rumple cut his shadow out that was casted on the rock. (refer 3x02). On that logic, if Pan has lost his shadow he wouldn't be able to cast it on wall because he doesn't have one like Rumple.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:

      I know that Pan's shadow and Neverland inhabitant are two different things. You haven't understood what I was implying. Pan lost his shadow so did Rumple ( Rumple said 3x11). We have already seen how Rumple cut his shadow out that was casted on the rock. (refer 3x02). On that logic, if Pan has lost his shadow he wouldn't be able to cast it on wall because he doesn't have one like Rumple.

      I think it was just sloppiness. Honestly, this was one of the worest episodes to me, up until the very end. It just seemed random and very disapointing. However, they did do a good job at setting up for the next part of the season.

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    • AppleTree23 wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:

      I know that Pan's shadow and Neverland inhabitant are two different things. You haven't understood what I was implying. Pan lost his shadow so did Rumple ( Rumple said 3x11). We have already seen how Rumple cut his shadow out that was casted on the rock. (refer 3x02). On that logic, if Pan has lost his shadow he wouldn't be able to cast it on wall because he doesn't have one like Rumple.

      I think it was just sloppiness. Honestly, this was one of the worest episodes to me, up until the very end. It just seemed random and very disapointing. However, they did do a good job at setting up for the next part of the season.

      Omg I loovedthis Ep. I think it was so cool O:

      Also I'll go with the assumption explanation. I also think everyone assumes the first resident of Neverland is Pan's shadow. Pan's own shadow is probably still whithin him.

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    • AppleTree23 wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:

      I know that Pan's shadow and Neverland inhabitant are two different things. You haven't understood what I was implying. Pan lost his shadow so did Rumple ( Rumple said 3x11). We have already seen how Rumple cut his shadow out that was casted on the rock. (refer 3x02). On that logic, if Pan has lost his shadow he wouldn't be able to cast it on wall because he doesn't have one like Rumple.

      I think it was just sloppiness. Honestly, this was one of the worest episodes to me, up until the very end. It just seemed random and very disapointing. However, they did do a good job at setting up for the next part of the season.


      There were many loopholes just to set off to next part of season. When Pan never loved anyone, how could he cast a curse without pulling out heart of the loved one? Felix and his loyality doesn't cut for me as a reason. Then Pan was about to kill Bae but as soon as Rumple came (without magic) , Pan just stood there and listen to Rumple's speech. When he had magic and his intentions were to kill Rumple's loved ones then why didn't he do some magic to go on about it. It looked all set up of "Pan killing time" scenario.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      AppleTree23 wrote:
      TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:

      I know that Pan's shadow and Neverland inhabitant are two different things. You haven't understood what I was implying. Pan lost his shadow so did Rumple ( Rumple said 3x11). We have already seen how Rumple cut his shadow out that was casted on the rock. (refer 3x02). On that logic, if Pan has lost his shadow he wouldn't be able to cast it on wall because he doesn't have one like Rumple.

      I think it was just sloppiness. Honestly, this was one of the worest episodes to me, up until the very end. It just seemed random and very disapointing. However, they did do a good job at setting up for the next part of the season.

      There were many loopholes just to set off to next part of season. When Pan never loved anyone, how could he cast a curse without pulling out heart of the loved one? Felix and his loyality doesn't cut for me as a reason. Then Pan was about to kill Bae but as soon as Rumple came (without magic) , Pan just stood there and listen to Rumple's speech. When he had magic and his intentions were to kill Rumple's loved ones then why didn't he do some magic to go on about it. It looked all set up of "Pan killing time" scenario.

      Well maybe it was Felix who cast the curse.After all it was Felix who had the ingredients.

      Then gave them to Pan. Just like it was Rumple and Regina's curse.

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    • XxBadWolfxX wrote:
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      Well maybe it was Felix who cast the curse.After all it was Felix who had the ingredients.

      Then gave them to Pan. Just like it was Rumple and Regina's curse.

      I was thinking, that he sacrificed Felix for the curse, that it doesn't exactly have to be the one you love if you never loved anyone, instead its the one who had the most love for him. Just that scene by the well, where he takes his heart, and talks about how he's the truest believer in Pan.

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