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  • I thought it was crazy intense! Although I'm a bit confused on some parts. Did Cruella really murder her mother's husbands? What did the ink do to Cruella besides turn her hair black and white and turn her eyebrows darker? Did it make her more darker and evil? Also where did the white come from? Did giving Cruella magic make her more evil as well? I'm still fuzzy on what Cruella's happy ending was supposed to be? Was it to regain the ability to kill people? Is she the one villain who was always evil even before magic? Was she an example that maybe evil isn't always made but can be born with it? Was Cruella threatning to kill Henry a test to see if Emma can go dark? Did Cruella know she couldn't kill anyone? Was she telling the truth to Maleficent when she said that she and Ursula left baby Lily to die in the woods? Now outside of Cruella, did or will Regina give Belle's heart back? Was Belle really willing to let Regina rip it out? Would Regina really crush Belle's heart if Gold tells Zelena of their converstation or whatever? How did Cruella use conch shells to trick the others into thinking Henry was in three different places? Aside from these questions, I really loved this episode! Cruella was always my favorite disney villain growing up so I loved seeing her backstory! Gonna miss her now that she's dead. Not sure if she deserved to die or deserved a chance at happiness unless her happy ending was to regain the ability to kill people which again I'm still fuzzy on if that was her happy ending or not. Sorry if these are dumb and obvious questions. I'm naturally fuzzy on a lot of things. lol

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    • I think Cruella never wanted a happy ending since the begging, she accepted because when she knew Issac was involved, she saw her chance at revenge at maybe the possibility to have her curse removed. Seeing Cruella's sociopathic tendencies I bet she tried to kill someone else in the past, so she was bluffing about shooting Henry to try to change Emma's mind and kill Issac for her.

      I love unredemeable villains like her, because, unlike tragic villains, they don't need/have a excuse to be evil, they just are because it's fun; or like Cruella said they "splash right into the darkness and have fun with it."

      In this world where only a few remain in the realm of the dead, who knows? Maybe she'll come back. Maybe the chat she had with Maleficent (before she OWNED her dragon form) about her egg keeping her young also had a change in her mortality; or maybe the ink change more than just her appereance.

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    • Most of all the questions you have are being discussed on this thread, Beekee:

      http://onceuponatime.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:212423

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    • Beekee404 wrote:
      I thought it was crazy intense! Although I'm a bit confused on some parts. Did Cruella really murder her mother's husbands? What did the ink do to Cruella besides turn her hair black and white and turn her eyebrows darker? Did it make her more darker and evil? Also where did the white come from? Did giving Cruella magic make her more evil as well? I'm still fuzzy on what Cruella's happy ending was supposed to be? Was it to regain the ability to kill people? Is she the one villain who was always evil even before magic? Was she an example that maybe evil isn't always made but can be born with it? Was Cruella threatning to kill Henry a test to see if Emma can go dark? Did Cruella know she couldn't kill anyone? Was she telling the truth to Maleficent when she said that she and Ursula left baby Lily to die in the woods? Now outside of Cruella, did or will Regina give Belle's heart back? Was Belle really willing to let Regina rip it out? Would Regina really crush Belle's heart if Gold tells Zelena of their converstation or whatever? How did Cruella use conch shells to trick the others into thinking Henry was in three different places? Aside from these questions, I really loved this episode! Cruella was always my favorite disney villain growing up so I loved seeing her backstory! Gonna miss her now that she's dead. Not sure if she deserved to die or deserved a chance at happiness unless her happy ending was to regain the ability to kill people which again I'm still fuzzy on if that was her happy ending or not. Sorry if these are dumb and obvious questions. I'm naturally fuzzy on a lot of things. lol

      Yes! I too enjoyed this episode as it was filled with unique elements such as a look into Cruella's backstory, a twist that she was a disturbed child, the age of the flappers, how she attained magic due to the Author's help, etc. I was only confused because the creators have always said that "Evil isn't born, it's made." Was this an example of evil being born, or had something disturbed her and made her do evil deeds? This is just a clarifying question, and in all I loved this episode! I was surprised that Emma actually pushed Cruella to her death though! Emma what have you done! 

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    • Cruella wasn't the first villain to have always been evil. As far as I know, Peter Pan was, too. And like Cruella, Pan never felt remorse for his actions.

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    • I still doubt that they were evil to begin with. Eddy and Adam have continually mentioned that "Evil isn't born it's made." Pan became evil because of his lust for eternal youth that refrained him from loving Rumple. And Cruella was, as this episode mentioned, a disturbed child. She told Isaac (the Author) that she wanted to "splash in and have fun" in darkness. But why, because of pure curiosity? All in all, I loved her backstory. 

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    • Cruella is a sociopath. I don't think she fits into the description of a normal human being. She killed her own father (sorry, Regina). She is an exception because her mind doesn't work like everyone else's. I'm actually not sure it works, other than to insult people and think of ways to kill them. Well, thats what you get for naming a kid Cruella...

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    • MBrody wrote: Cruella wasn't the first villain to have always been evil. As far as I know, Peter Pan was, too. And like Cruella, Pan never felt remorse for his actions.

      Peter Pan had come from a drunken coward just like he was with Rumple. Rumple talked about it with Baelfire's mom when he was going to be sent off to the war. He said his dad was afraid of being a coward just like his father and became one anyway and he didn't want the same cycle to happen to him. So I think that makes it more debatable about whether or not Pan was *born* evil or turned evil.

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    • HP7hghrOUaTekscrrF10rrmc wrote:
      Cruella is a sociopath. I don't think she fits into the description of a normal human being. She killed her own father (sorry, Regina). She is an exception because her mind doesn't work like everyone else's. I'm actually not sure it works, other than to insult people and think of ways to kill them. Well, thats what you get for naming a kid Cruella...


      I was gonna ask if she's a sociopath and it confirms that she is. She has no sympathy and doesn't care about others. At first, I thought Cruella became evil because her mom locked her but then, her mom's telling the truth about Cruella killing her father.

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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