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Poor Hook! Just when he thought he had one obstacle out of the way so he might have a chance with Emma, Zelena curses their love and then threatens Hook if he doesn’t kiss Emma, thereby taking all her magic … Continue reading
So I’ll give you two guess who is the central character on this Sunday’s Once Upon a Time, and the first one doesn’t count. With a name like “The Jolly Roger,” could it be anyone other than Hook? It also … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I’m still reeling from the ending of last week’s Once Upon a Time. Part of me gets why they did it. And part of me is still upset. I have a feeling the ramifications … 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