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Category Archives: Television
And it all comes down to this. Fortunately, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland was always designed as a 13 episode series with the potential for more stories later. Obviously, the ratings haven’t lead to that, but we will get … Continue reading
Here we go – seven episodes, no more breaks. Three weeks ago, we watched as the team joined Sif who was on the trail of the Asgardian siren, Lorelei. This was a good crossover with Thor: The Dark World (possibly … Continue reading
One of the mysteries we’ve been facing so far this half of the season is where is Neal. Heck, he hasn’t even appeared in the flashbacks that much. Coupled with that, how is Rumplestiltskin still alive? I have a feeling … Continue reading
What an ending last week. It took me a good five minutes to get over the shock of what happened. I feel like I should have seen it coming, but I didn’t. And yes, I’m being vague here in case … Continue reading