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Okay, I started watching Once Upon a Time because I will go wherever a fairy tale is, and I still haven’t gotten over the fact that the 10th Kingdom didn’t get a sequel.
Regina has seemed like a solid villain and she moves the story along, but I don’t care about her character. RELATED:  Before tomorrow's season finale, let's discuss Once Upon a TimeDid I mention that I love Belle and Rumpelstiltskin? NicoleI like writing, watching TV, and doting on my two adorable dogs until they get annoyed with me. I don’t know I liked MM and David storylines and appreciate what it brings to the characters, especially Charming.
You bring up good points with Regina and Emma, but I just haven’t been able to connect to their characters for more than an episode. I was surprised the fairytale world was still somewhat intact, but I was wondering where the Storybrooke versions of Mulan, Sleeping Beauty, and Hot Prince Philip were at first. It never actually seemed like she even liked Henry, she just didn’t want anyone else to be happy. I had no idea fairytale land was still alive and kicking, I didn’t expect Emma and Mary Margaret to get sent there and this season looks promising.  What did everyone else think?
She was evil because she lost everything and completely focused herself on Revenge, but it was not something inherent in her character. I’m more interested in what happens to them because it drives the plot forward not because I like them. However, I was surprised OUAT was at the top of my viewing list this year, at least for one hour shows, because…I don’t actually like it that much. I spent every episode after her first appearance wishing she would come back and now she’s a series regular.

That was a Lost like twist to switch up the way the story is told a bit just when you’re getting used to it. I’ve always found David a bit boring, but I was paying attention very closely during their weirdly intimate argument. However, she showed real feelings for him in the finale and I liked that she continued to be concerned for him now.
He unleashed magic and tried to kill Regina despite his promise not to, and I was so afraid they would crash and burn in just one episode.
And is there another theory for who the mystery guy in the city was from the beginning of the episode?
David on other hand is every flaw Charming has, thus the end-result should be someone that is a sum of both, thus finally being a bit more interesting, multilayered and flawed than flashback Charming. So its only normal that after she allowed to open her heart for Henry, her storybrooke persona would be more morally-gray(and for me it did seem like that through S1 since she cried for killing Graham and overall looked really hurt when Henry would reject her, not to mention choosing Henry over the curse in the finale).
So that being said, I had never considered anything from Emma’s point of view until this episode and I agree with you about what she was going through.
I really loved Kyra Snyder's answers : just what we needed to tease us for the upcoming episodes and no spoilers !
I sat through a lot of the first season wondering why I bothered but I also sat through Beastly, so I’m a huge sucker for this genre. Maybe this comes from watching too much Doctor Who and loving River Song a ridiculous amount,  but it was really sweet that they barely even blinked at Emma being their child who was now the same age as them and used to gossip about boys with Mary Margaret.
It paid off in the end but thought there was too much build up with them before they got to the interesting parts. The one episode love story wasn’t enough to make her sympathetic to me but trying to get her son back will help.

They are going to be so beautiful and painful throughout the season, and I both can’t wait and already want to cry.
As a bonus,maybe I will stop annoying my family and friends so much with my all my TV related rambling. Regina for me is someone broken down by tragedies and loss, so its very nice to see a redemption storyline for her. And they are arguing about curses and one-night stands and Emma is just standing there lost, since, still trying to EVEN comprehend having parents, as well as the impossibility of current situation and the fact that, in some way, she, yet again is more alone than ever. When she said she would have rather been cursed with them instead of being alone that was definitely painful. Also, shallowly, I’m not saying that Hot Prince Philip wasn’t hot, but can Mulan and Sleeping Beauty run off together to sing songs and fight evil doers and maybe make out a bit?
I know fairytales have pretty clear versions of good and evil, but it’s so much more fun when things are muddied and I’m glad that’s finally happening with Regina. I’m not exactly thrilled that she stayed to make him a better man, dream bigger girl, but OUAT has a lot of strong female characters so for now I’m okay with Belle focusing on Rumpelstiltskin.
If good stuff happens in the fairytale world, I may actually like a character Jennifer Morrison plays for once.
So I was very excited for this episode, probably as excited as I was when the pilot aired and OH MY GOD I loved this episode! I’m not sure if everyone is going to be impressed, my mother sure wasn’t, but I will gladly watch this season so far and I’m excited to see where everything is going.

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