So…the Blue Fairy is kind of a bitch. If their job as fairies is to help people, why wouldn’t she go along with Tinker Bell‘s plan? If Regina could be helped, wouldn’t that, in turn, help everyone? Regina said her husband was still alive so at that point she hadn’t done anything really horrible yet. If she’d found love and been happy, everything could have been different. Yeah, in the end, Tink’s plan didn’t work out but maybe it would have if Blue had helped.
Who knew Regina could be a coward? She was so afraid of finding happiness, she ran away from it. I don’t understand how she ruined Robin Hood‘s life though. He fell in love and married, had a son. Yes, his wife is dead now but he had to have been happy. I hope that’s something we find out. Maybe they’ll show how their lives would have turned out if Regina had just gone into the pub.
So, how did Neal get out of Never, Never Land? In the preview, Pan said no one leaves but obviously that’s not true. Also, where do Wendy and the Darling boys fit into this timeline? We saw Bae go with the shadow in their place but did they never go there?
I want to know the back story with Hook and “Lady Bell” as well. And how did she get to Never, Never Land? She’s not a fairy and she said Pan trusts her but she doesn’t live with him.
Kids don’t age in Neverland but Henry grew quite a bit over the summer, didn’t he?
I watched Wonderland but I’m not sure yet if I’m going to write about it. I didn’t care for the actress playing the Red Queen and her scenes pulled me out of the story a bit. Maybe it’s the way she’s made up (her bun was really tight), but she has a pretty noticeable duck face and didn’t show a lot of emotion. At least with Regina, you can feel some sympathy for her. Her mother made her so unhappy, she made horrible choices. I’m not getting that from this queen. It was great seeing Naveen Andrews back on TV though.
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