Wow wow wow. Looks like we’re headed toward ANOTHER series reset!
What an amazing episode. Seriously, after having the title grilled into our brains via hashtag, "Save Henry" was intended to be a season highlight, and by golly it was.
Given the franchise's multi-dimensional world and access to licensed Disney properties, the potential iterations are truly infinite.
This week we followed Alice to the most magical place we've visited so far: Victorian England!
“Chosen” threw around the term "bloodlust" like so much confetti, or at least its 16th-century equivalent (the eyelashes of servants?) and put Bash in a situation that stretched his bashionate nature to its utmost.
Lunar eclipses! Parental reveals! Self-sacrifice! Just another week on OUAT.
I’m happier than Clarissa with a new potato-sack head-mask, because this show just got so, so, so much more complicated and dramatic.
This was a pleasant, simple episode that added a few layers of emotional complexity to one of the series’ most cartoonish characters.
Should I pour the champagne, or do you want to? I feel like celebrating.
Is Once Upon a Time refusing to let the Swan Queen flag fly while still trying to keep the 'ship from sinking?
Technically, Episode 4 left us exactly where we were in Episode 1.
Welp, we've reached the all-important fourth episode.
"Ariel" carried a message that for once I agree with, which is that keeping secrets is a terrible idea.
This episode put aside the hunched-back ghosts and passageways and torture for an hour and zeroed in on the essentials: drama, sex, and "hand-detailing the downstairs." Or at least that was Kenna’s focus. AGAIN.