I just want to celebrate what was right and good and wonderful about this episode and try to veer away from the questionable partslike the fact it went absolutely nowhere, gave us backstory on TWO dead characters, and had more…
No joke, I loved this week's episode.
The two-hour season premiere took out the trash and added a new heartthrob into the mix.
I turn my back on this show for five minutes and all hell breaks loose.
If this had been first experience with Elementary I’d tune in next week, so, Super Bowl opportunity: well won!
More and more, the show's crimes seem to happen in isolated, non-New York bubble locales, or in largely theoretical worlds like that of secret national service groups, Russian spies, international assassins, etc.
It's a good thing I don't give a damn,” said Rumple last night, speaking for all of us.
OUAT razzled and dazzled me this week because things actually HAPPENED.
This episode was genuinely engrossing, laid down a promising foundation for the rest of the series, and at long last proved to us that Watson wants to be here.
Do y'all still love The Bachelor? It never gets old to me.
OUaT's mid-season premiere kept Cora, Hook, and their ship on the DL while treating us to a long treatise by every gummy-brained character in town on the nature of change.
Watson has finally been called out on her secret love for sleuthing.