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  • I've been thinking :

    Firstly, her casting call is "a strong-willed, spirited woman". Why is it so short when compares to others ? Maybe mainly because Colette is not an important character ... OR ... because she is such an important one that her information must be kept secret. Could she be the writer or the socerer, I perhap ?

    Secondly, acording to my memory, the book doesn't mention anything about Rumple, does it ? I wonder whether the mother-in-law doesn't want her son-in-law in the book or ...

     

    Thirdly, if Henry was right about Rumple's knowing the writer and making he/she to write him a happy ending, then as the writer, Colette must want her daughter to be happy with Mr. Gold, right ?

     

    Fourthly, Colette and Belle both share their interests in books. The daughter like reading book, so maybe the mother like writing book ?

    Finally, Adam and Eddy said that the writer is "someone we're going to meet, not someone we already knew". Colette is a new character, correct?

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    That's all for my theory

    I must apologize because English is not my first language

    So, what are your thoughts ?

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    • nope

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    • I don't think so. I'm quite sure the writer is somehow who lived long before anyone we know in the series. Sorcerer possibly? One interesting thing is that there are scene in Sorcerer's apprentice in which Mickey surfs on a book during the flood scene. Could that book be THE storybook.

      http://youtu.be/T8gOh0wEgLg?t=7m6s

      Yeah... I know that's pretty far-fetched , but still interesting little detail :D

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    • It would be cool but I don't know if that would happen. Because according to the pilot, 3.19, and 3.11, MM found the book out of nowhere. It was apparently missing during the missing year. And when Emma and Hook took it with them to the EF in the past and they accidentally changed things, the book changed, and when they fixed everything, the book rewrote itself, now featuring Emma and Hook in it. Well at least Emma. But still, it is a possibility.

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    • Well, she's dead :))

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    • Moe French may still have been lying. Yes, we saw that the ogres found them, however it never showed Colette being killed (Though it would be graphic, it would also confirm that she did die). For all we know she could be sitting at a table in a café drinking coffee and writing the book as we speak. :D

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    • Dan Fox wrote: Moe French may still have been lying.

      I really wanted him to be directly involved in what happened to Belle's mom. Something about him just seems so... off, and a bit sinister.

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    • I also think it is interesting that Belle had the idea of getting her father of calling for Rumple's help. I also kept saying to the TV every time Belle brought up Rumple (Before she met him) that he is her future husband.

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    • Dan Fox wrote: I also think it is interesting that Belle had the idea of getting her father of calling for Rumple's help. I also kept saying to the TV every time Belle brought up Rumple (Before she met him) that he is her future husband.

      The flashbacks with Belle made the scenes in "Skin Deep" so much more meaningful to me!

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    • I am truly just slowly losing more and more respect for Belle, she truly is just becoming a battered housewife.

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    • I personally think she needs to be abandoned. Cue the gasps and the screams. If you see what happened with Cristina Yang at the end of the third season. She was slowly losing bits and pieces of herself to Preston Burke and on the day she was getting married, her mother-in-law took shaved off her eyebrows, Cristina was wearing a wedding dress + family necklace (She is not a dressy kind of person), and was having a big wedding that she didn't want. Burke left her and then Cristina's person and maid of honor (Meredith Grey) told the guests it was over. She went back to the apartment and found Cristina there alone and starting to agonize over Burke leaving with all his personal belongings. It was one of the worst moments in Cristina's life, but it was then explained over the course of 7 seasons and by the 22nd episode of season 10, Cristina was thankful for that because it made her stand on her own two feet and not have to rely on anyone. I don't want to see Belle broken, but at the same time I want her to get some of her willpower and fire back. Rumple is not the sun... She is. A parallel to Cristina's last line to Meredith.

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    • This show is terrific !!!!!! Anything can happen :)))))))

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    • Revontuli wrote:
      I don't think so. I'm quite sure the writer is somehow who lived long before anyone we know in the series. Sorcerer possibly? One interesting thing is that there are scene in Sorcerer's apprentice in which Mickey surfs on a book during the flood scene. Could that book be THE storybook.

      http://youtu.be/T8gOh0wEgLg?t=7m6s

      Yeah... I know that's pretty far-fetched , but still interesting little detail :D

      I think you're right.You all know that every character in OUAT is a counterpart of Disney fairy tale characters. For example: Elsa,Anna and Kristoff are from Disney's Frozen.Maybe the Author is another OUAT version of Mickey Mouse

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    • I think Gorin is the Sorcerer, while the author is a woman

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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