"The actress plays the role of Queen Guinevere on the ABC fairy tale show, who fans will get to see much more of her character when the second half of the season returns with Robin Hood and King Authur battling for her affection."
NickyHelp wrote: I suppose they were talking about Lancelot and made an error. Or it might be fake. But whatever it is, we know that Guinevere and the rest of Camelot will return.
I just hope once the gang goes back to storybrooke they don't find that Arthur has turned it into "New Camelot". Rule number 1 when catching a bad guy, never leave him/her out of your site, I mean who's watching that nutjob?
I don't think I would call Snow and Charming's romance a bore. It is just very stable, and both of them are generally on the same page. I think their relationship is actually portrayed very well. But, by design, there is little drama associated with the present day relationship, and that can come across as boring. And the fact that neither of them had any love interests (that we are aware of, anyway) provides very little in the way of fanning the flames of jealousy between them.
And I don't ship Emma and Regina romantically, but I do love the close friendship that they have developed.
But neither of these are the topic of this thread.
I don't think I would call Snow and Charming's romance a bore. It is just very stable, and both of them are generally on the same page. I think their relationship is actually portrayed very well.
Snow and David's relationship would be great if it was in real life. But this is drama. And watching them engage in a stable relationship on screen with no real conflict is boring as hell. But I've noticed that this is what many fans want. They want a perfect romantic relationship with no internal problems. This is their idea of a well written romance. And I cannot deal with this crap anymore. This is not drama. This is fantasy without any narratives. This is bad writing.
As for Emma and Regina's friendship, I lost interest in it as far back as the Season 3 finale.
With the relationships for Regina and Robin, Emma and Killian, and Rumple and Belle, there is enough relationship drama to go around for everyone. having one couple that is stable is not a bad thing. Besides, if their stable relationship onscreen would be a good thing in real life (which I agree it would), what's wrong with portraying it as stable, and providing a role model that is positive.
Snow and David can be involved in the drama that surrounds them without giving in and having the drama affect their relationship. That, to me, is the portrayal of a healthy relationship. And, as we've seen, their relationship is not perfect. It has it's internal problems (when David lied in Neverland, or when Snow and David disagreed over trusting Arthur). It's how they resolve these problems within the boundaries of a healthy, stable relationship that makes the writing actually well done, in my opinion.