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  • I didn't find a topic related to this rumour : http://fr.eonline.com/news/491206/scandal-s-new-enemy-revenge-s-romance-shakeup-himym-s-wedding-crasher-and-more-spoiler-chat-scoop , so I created a discussion so you could share your thoughts and opinions on that rumour. Apparently, Robbie Kay would be very exited !

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    • It can show the slow crawl of Peter pan as the happy child and watch him evolve to the evil master mind that he is...*its just a guess*.

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    • Hmmm.... Once Upon a Time in Neverland?

      It could work, if executed properly. The characters are already established, and there is no need for flashbacks. It would just be stand-alone episodes, of the misadventures of Peter Pan. No doubt, Robbie Kay is talented enough, to headline a show. It seems ABC knows they struck gold, when he was cast.

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    • Maybe in this, they could feature the Native Americans so many people wanted to see.

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    • I don't like it tbh. I feel like the first half of this season was Once Upon a Time in Neverland.

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      Maybe in this, they could feature the Native Americans so many people wanted to see.

      Did many people want to see the Native Americans?  I thought, it was just a small group of hardcore fans.

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    • Michael9797 wrote: I don't like it tbh. I feel like the first half of this season was Once Upon a Time in Neverland.

      I agree.

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    • Robbie Kay <3

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    • Utter solitude wrote:
      Robbie Kay <3

      Of course :P

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    • For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?

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    • I don't think we'll get an answer to that, even if it would be totally interesting. I also like to see Robbie Kay again on the show, but for Felix... Well, my best friend ruined Felix' death a bit for me, calling just seconds before Pan ripped thie heart out... my ringtone for him is the song from Golden Girls. Felix' death will always be bound to "Thank you for being a friend" in my mind...

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?

      I would like that.

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    • Lianvis wrote:
      Well, my best friend ruined Felix' death a bit for me, calling just seconds before Pan ripped thie heart out... my ringtone for him is the song from Golden Girls. Felix' death will always be bound to "Thank you for being a friend" in my mind...

      Wow.... that sounds oddly hilarious.

      Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?

      Felix was drinking the Kool-Aid.

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    • I love Robbie Kay and I'd enjoy seeing him in a spinoff, but I don't think I'd like a post-Rumple plot. Preferably, a Neverland Origins spinoff, so we see Malcolm's life as a boy when he was escaping to Neverland in his dreams. Did he accidentally create Neverland? (In the original story, elements of the Darlings' own "Neverlands" existed within Neverland, so that could be fun to explore.) What about the Shadow? What did he do in Neverland?

      It could be a self-contained storyline like OUATIW to see how viewers react. (But I think it would've been a better move to not have OUAT and OUATIW airing simultaneously. If they did another spinoff for NL, it'd be better to have that air in OUAT's timeslot during its break and then have OUATIN break/end when OUAT returns.)

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?


      I really thought we were going ot find out that Pan saved (kidnapped) Felix from a fate worse than what Pan could provide.  A bad dad, just like Malcom.  Only 11,000 times worse.  But that's just my imagination.

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    • I think a neverland spin-off would be a great idea, but the wonderland spin-off airing now, is not doing so well in ratings with getting less than 4.00 million viewers in it's previous airings. 

      If it would happen i would think the title would be called "Once Upon a Time in Neverland" and star Robbie Kay.

      Another reason this could actually happen is that Robbie Kay is very well liked the the OUAT Fandom and his #AskRobbie on twitter trended worldwide... WORLDWIDE!, that's like huge, and he's only been guest starring for 11 episodes.

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    • Wonderland is in a terrible timeslot... Thursday is not a good night.

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    • DarlingDavies wrote:
      Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?

      I really thought we were going ot find out that Pan saved (kidnapped) Felix from a fate worse than what Pan could provide.  A bad dad, just like Malcom.  Only 11,000 times worse.  But that's just my imagination.

      I was thinking something similar too. That perhaps Felix owes Pan gratitude for something big despite that he's evil, lol. 

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    • Other than making of Peter Pan, there are still so many questions revolve around the stories in Neverland that we have watched. I don't understand in what circumstances Wendy got there and how did she know about Peter's secret when she was just a prisoner because she was the one who told Emma about skull rock etc.

      How did Felix happened to Pan? i mean whatever they had between eachother. I was hoping felix would give his heart willingly but seems he was one among gullible boys or even most gullible of them all to have believed Pan and be loyal to him.

      I want more about what exactly Peter felt for Rumple? Did he miss him for atleast once? He didn't have regret abandoning him but did he have a guilt and how did he show it?Why didn't he try to kill Rumple when he became Darkone by finding dagger and killing him off? How did Peter knew so much about Rumple like what happened with him and Milah, Belle and Bae etc? Was he keeping an eye on Rumple even after abandonment? What for?

      Why did he let Bae escape from Neverland? Did he send shadow to Darling house to get Bae after dropping off Wendy back?

      How did he get Henry's picture as someone who has heart of truest believer?

      I think if spin off happened, these stories will be touched otherwise these questions are pretty much left for speculations or dead with Peter Pan.

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    • Well, I believe all these questions show how much this spin-off, contrary to Wonderland, would have to be related to Once.

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    • I'd love to see more of Neverland! They put such interesting twists to the characters, they should really use it! And well...I'd like to see more Robbie and Rose! :)

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    • That would sounds Awesome. Maybe they should do Once Upon a Time in Oz too.

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    • I totally agree. Plus, the story of Peter Pan is really one of my favourites, so I would love to go back there. I also want to see Tigerlily. She has a big part in the original story, but they didn't use her. I just thinnk the whole Neverland thing isn't complete without her.

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote: I just thinnk the whole Neverland thing isn't complete without her.

      This brought an interesting thought into my head... the way I see it, none of these stories is incomplete. We just see the parts of it that pertain to the overarching story ("Snow White") so any number of other stuff can and does go on...

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?

      I lways thought it was because Pan saved Felix from a horrible fate. Felix got some battle scars on his face.Maybe he saved Felix from death or abuse? And Felix feels forever in debt to Pan.

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    • XxBadWolfxX wrote:
      Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?
      I lways thought it was because Pan saved Felix from a horrible fate. Felix got some battle scars on his face.Maybe he saved Felix from death or abuse? And Felix feels forever in debt to Pan.

      Thats interesting ! I would love to watch it on tv. Maybe because we havent watched Peter Pan doing any good.

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    • TVDaddictneedstogetlife wrote:
      XxBadWolfxX wrote:
      Applegirl wrote:
      For some reason, I would like an answer about why Felix is so crazily loyal to Pan. There must be a reason, right?
      I lways thought it was because Pan saved Felix from a horrible fate. Felix got some battle scars on his face.Maybe he saved Felix from death or abuse? And Felix feels forever in debt to Pan.
      Thats interesting ! I would love to watch it on tv. Maybe because we havent watched Peter Pan doing any good.

      Yeah that would really suck for Rumpy if Pan was more Fatherly toward Felix then his own Son.

      I already hate Pan for calling Rumple a pink naked squirmy larvae -.- Treating Felix more like a Son then Rumple is the icing on the cake.

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    • Utter solitude wrote:
      Wonderland is in a terrible timeslot... Thursday is not a good night.

      Yeah, it isn't a really good time slot for a fantasy-drama, i would think that revenge and OUATiW could swap or something.

      I would think that Sunday 10/9c would be good since most of the TV Shows in that time slot (Pan Am, 666 Park Avenue, Red Widow) have been cancelled, and Betrayal is doing very low in the ratings and will probably get canceled, and having a spinoff, the OUAT fans will just stay for another hour guarnteeing 1 or 2 more million viewers

      So i think it would be good to put Once:Wonderland in that timeslot to bring up some viewers or maybe a neverland spin-off?

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    • XxBadWolfxX wrote:

      I already hate Pan for calling Rumple a pink naked squirmy larvae -.- 

      That is when you know, the line was effective ;)

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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