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  • since it's been a year since Emma and Henry left storybrook, i think Chistpher Gorham is playinEmma's boyfriend, it's the only thing that really makes sense in my opinion

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    • Oh god no I hope not, it'd be much better if he was a former foster sibling.

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    • The only thing that makes sense to me is that it would be her current boyfriend. I can't see Emma living on her own with out a significant other in her life. What is really mind blowing to me is who does Emma remember as being Henry's father?

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    • Prince of Hearts wrote:
      The only thing that makes sense to me is that it would be her current boyfriend. I can't see Emma living on her own with out a significant other in her life. What is really mind blowing to me is who does Emma remember as being Henry's father?

      o.o I would hope that her memories of Neal still stayed intact up to the point of how they separated (when she was arrested for stealing the watches). 

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    • Applegirl wrote:
      Prince of Hearts wrote:
      What is really mind blowing to me is who does Emma remember as being Henry's father?
      o.o I would hope that her memories of Neal still stayed intact up to the point of how they separated (when she was arrested for stealing the watches). 

      You better hope Emma does not remember Neal, at the moment. She would be even angrier at him, than before. Besides giving Henry up for adoption, Neal caused most of Emma's pain. He broke her heart, and ever since then she was never able to trust anyone. 

      It would be interesting if Christoper Gorham's mysterious character, is who Emma believes is Henry's father, not just her current boyfriend. The bigger question is, does he really exist or was he created by Regina's gift?

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    • I think she does remember Neal since they showed the thing that changed in her past is that she decided to keep Henry after giving birth to him, which implies everything before remained in her memories.

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    • I think she remembers Neal, too.

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      Oh god no I hope not, it'd be much better if he was a former foster sibling.

      why?

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    • Hybridman wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      Oh god no I hope not, it'd be much better if he was a former foster sibling.
      why?

      We don't need another love interest for her, this show needs to expand, it's been too repetitive lately. Adding a former foster sibling for Emma is newer to the show and would bring more to it than adding something that the show already has. It's the same thing with the villains-they've all thus far been parents, all adding to the tree. Which is lame, and repetitive. They need to do something new, maybe a villain who isn't related at all, or a sibling. Expand the imagination of the show.

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      Hybridman wrote:
      Arctucrus wrote:
      Oh god no I hope not, it'd be much better if he was a former foster sibling.
      why?
      We don't need another love interest for her, this show needs to expand, it's been too repetitive lately. Adding a former foster sibling for Emma is newer to the show and would bring more to it than adding something that the show already has. It's the same thing with the villains-they've all thus far been parents, all adding to the tree. Which is lame, and repetitive. They need to do something new, maybe a villain who isn't related at all, or a sibling. Expand the imagination of the show.


      but having a foster sibling is to lame for the show, and really isn't important, having him be a love interest makes more sense, since she doesn't remember Hook or Neal

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    • I thought instantly that he may be a love interest, or stupid as it sounds a work collegue/close friend. I just don't see enough of a reason to bring in a foster brother. It didn't appear that Emma had any family in her childhood she cared about. So if she doesn't care, why should I?

      More likely, she's started dating a geeky co-worker (Christopher Gorham has always looked geeky to me) that she's not sure about, eventually rejects in favour of Hook/Neal and then it's revealed that he's a pawn in some evil villain's plot and has been placed there to infiltrate and then kidnap Henry, after all it is OUaT (okay, got a little carried away there) Writers please take note, if Henry gets kidnapped and taken to Oz, you'll lose me :)

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    • Princess Alessandra wrote:
      ....and then it's revealed that he's a pawn in some evil villain's plot..

      What if he is a (fake) Emma's husband, implanted in her memory because of the Curse, who works for WW of the West? Maybe destroying Storybrooke and bringing FT characters back to FT land was her plan all along. Maybe she's not just a random Big Bad but real Big Bad of the whole series.

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    • Does it say somewhere that he'll be playing someone in LWM? Because he could easily be someone who helped Aurora to restore Philip's soul, or one of the Merry Men, or even a character from Oz? Why is everyone so fixed on a connection with Emma?

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Does it say somewhere that he'll be playing someone in LWM? Because he could easily be someone who helped Aurora to restore Philip's soul, or one of the Merry Men, or even a character from Oz? Why is everyone so fixed on a connection with Emma?

      Actually I'm not sure but I think he was seen on behind the scenes photos with Emma in NY ;)

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    • oh, well I didn't know that... is there a link?

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    • http://vancityfilming.com/upon-time-christopher-gorham-cast/

      here you go...scroll down and there are pics ;)

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    • thanks for the pics...still it would be great if he's an EF character. I liked the flashbacks more anyway...(costumes:))

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    • I wonder if he'd be someone out of left field.  Like an important teacher in Henry's life.  Much like how Mary Margret was, in SB.

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    • http://www.tvguide.com/special/winter-preview/PhotoGallery/Returning-Winter-Shows-2014-1074220/1074422

      It looks like he is going to be connected to Rapunzel. Possibly Flynn Rider I think.

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    • Sora1954 wrote:
      http://www.tvguide.com/special/winter-preview/PhotoGallery/Returning-Winter-Shows-2014-1074220/1074422

      It looks like he is going to be connected to Rapunzel. Possibly Flynn Rider I think.

      YAYYYYY NOT ANOTHER EMMA LOVE INTEREST

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    • If he's connect to someone in the Enchanted Forest then maybe he's connected to all those people that want to destroy magic.

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    • Ruby ridinghood wrote:
      If he's connect to someone in the Enchanted Forest then maybe he's connected to all those people that want to destroy magic.

      Those people were just blindly working for Peter Pan.... the "Home Office" was just a codename, for Peter Pan and the Lost Boys.

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    • Sora1954 wrote:
      http://www.tvguide.com/special/winter-preview/PhotoGallery/Returning-Winter-Shows-2014-1074220/1074422

      It looks like he is going to be connected to Rapunzel. Possibly Flynn Rider I think.

      What if he's someone from LWM, like a realy good friend of Emma, and he will (accidentally or not) find out about Storybrooke. Then he'll fall in love with Rapunzel and be the prince from the story...

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    • ^That'd be a cool twist.

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Sora1954 wrote:
      http://www.tvguide.com/special/winter-preview/PhotoGallery/Returning-Winter-Shows-2014-1074220/1074422It looks like he is going to be connected to Rapunzel. Possibly Flynn Rider I think.
      What if he's someone from LWM, like a realy good friend of Emma, and he will (accidentally or not) find out about Storybrooke. Then he'll fall in love with Rapunzel and be the prince from the story...

      I like this. The way I see things now, there would be no reason to have Rapunzel's story already completed. She could still be trapped in the tower (awaiting rescue?)

      Of course, the thought then crosses my mind that Rapunzel's story must have already concluded or else how would we all (in the LWM) know the story BUT, there is always the theory that whoever told the stories gave everyone happy endings and Rapunzel never truly met her 'Prince' - until now. Or, he is the 'Prince' and was from the EF, but somehow ended up in the LWM (I like this a lot less)

      I have read in a couple of places that Christopher Gorham will have a link to Rapunzel. I am perfectly happy for him to be her 'Prince' 

      Personally, I prefer my own theory though of him being 'placed' with Emma even if it doesn't follow it to the letter. I wouldn't fully know how he'd be linked to Rapunzel this way though. It could even be that he is the villain in the Rapunzel story (keeping her trapped) Why could they put a gender spin on Mother Gothel? 

      Ahh, so much time still left to go. At this point, I don't care what they do just give us something!!!

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    • I have read in a couple of places that Christopher Gorham will have a link to Rapunzel. I am perfectly happy for him to be her 'Prince' 


      That would be cool but I might be so wrong O:

      Isn't Rapunzel played by an 18 year old and Christopher Gornam is 39?

      He's more Emma's age altho I still don't ship him and her. ;c

      Arhh I can't wait for March! These little tidbits about "New York Serenade" is driving me bonkers ;DD

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    • ^This is a good point, the age gap between Christopher Gorham and Metz :/...

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    • Arctucrus wrote:
      ^This is a good point, the age gap between Christopher Gorham and Metz :/...

      Yeah ;) I'm cool with Belle and Rumple's age difference but this is a bit much ;D

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    • Why should age matter when we're dealing with true love?

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Why should age matter when we're dealing with true love?

      Idk that would be a bit too extreme. Not to mention creepy. v.v If Metz were 25 it make more sense.

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    • Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. But don't get me wrong, I love Rumbelle...

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 

      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 
      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.

      This. It's not a matter like Rumbelle, it's more, "Does it make sense for them to be something other than true loves considering the age gap?"

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 
      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.

      Yeah Being in her 30's is okay (: I also loove Rumbelle. 

      She's 33-ish and Robert is 52.

      Not knowing who Christopher Gornam is yet is killing me Larry D;

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    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 
      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.


      Well I checked it and the age gab between Emilie and Robert is practically the same as the one between Metz and Gorham. So I don't see any reason why they shouldn't be true lovers...

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 
      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.

      Well I checked it and the age gab between Emilie and Robert is practically the same as the one between Metz and Gorham. So I don't see any reason why they shouldn't be true lovers...

      Cuz ); One is still practically a teen. Idk if that would sit well with the public. 

      Esp with this world being full of creepers who prey on young girls v.v

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    • Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Dr. Kangaroo wrote:
      Well I think Belle and Rumple are way more creepy than Metz and Gorham. 
      At least, Emilie de Ravin is in her thirties.... Christopher Gorham looks old enough to be Alexandra Metz's father.

      Well I checked it and the age gab between Emilie and Robert is practically the same as the one between Metz and Gorham. So I don't see any reason why they shouldn't be true lovers...

      -sigh-

      Read my above post.

      Does it make sense for them to be something other than true loves considering the age gap? Yes, Carlyle and De Ravin's age gap is practically the same, but they are one out of many couples on OUaT, the rest of which all have much smaller age gaps. This makes Carlyle and De Ravin a bit of an exception.

      Hence it begging the question, "Does it make sense for them to be something other than true loves considering the age gap?"

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    • Arctucrus wrote:

      Yes, Carlyle and De Ravin's age gap is practically the same, but they are one out of many couples on OUaT, the rest of which all have much smaller age gaps. This makes Carlyle and De Ravin a bit of an exception.

      Exactly, Robert Carlyle and Emilie de Ravin are the exception. Besides, Emilie is in her thirties.... whereas, Alexandra Metz is much younger.

      The only other "major" age gag, I can think of, is that between Julian Morris and Sarah Bolger. He is eight years her senior, but he looks quite young.

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    • XxBadWolfxX wrote:
      I have read in a couple of places that Christopher Gorham will have a link to Rapunzel. I am perfectly happy for him to be her 'Prince' 


      That would be cool but I might be so wrong O:

      Isn't Rapunzel played by an 18 year old and Christopher Gornam is 39?

      He's more Emma's age altho I still don't ship him and her. ;c

      Arhh I can't wait for March! These little tidbits about "New York Serenade" is driving me bonkers ;DD

      She could be playing a lot younger then 18.  he's old enought that he could be playing her [Rapunzel] father.

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    • I didn't realise he was that old....

      Not so sure now....

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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