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Old 10-08-2017, 09:48 AM
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The one thing I can say is honestly I'll only like the Henry, Lucy, Jacinda, and Roni moments. The rest I don't really care much about.

Was never a fan of Rumple or Hook and really not a fan of Alice in Wonderland.
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Old 10-08-2017, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Stay to the Lights (View Post)
Alice was def creepy, but I like it. It's a different aspect to the character, and I like how they have changed things up. Just like with Cinderella wanting to kill the prince.

Just finished watching.

It was a really good premiere. It's the same show, but with a real fresh feel to it. I'm interesting how Henry said there was a cemetery in the town, and now there is not? What's up with that? And whose grave was he going to bring flowers to?
I think it was a nod to the clock tower that started ticking after Emma came to town. Is this setting Henry up to be this season's savior?
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Old 10-08-2017, 12:34 PM
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^ Or this is the first time Henry's actually tried to visit his wife and daughter's graves, which is the feeling I got.
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Old 10-08-2017, 01:25 PM
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I didn't like the stepmother at all. Her accent sounds very fake. Otherwise, I liked it pretty well. What do you think is the deal with "Roger's" one gloved hand? I wonder what the story will be there.
that is actually her real accent she is from Laleham, Middlesex, England, UK

i really liked roni, henry, cinderella, lucy.
everyone else im still undecided on.
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Old 10-09-2017, 08:31 AM
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It was okay, will take some getting used to. I can also push past the recycled plot line, but how long for I don't know. I love that Rumple is Killian's new detective partner. It will be great to see them working together. I'd love to know why Killian looked at the book knowingly at first, then in the end sequence looked evil? I'm excited to see what's happened there. Roni was a good introduction, not the best. I rolled my eyes a few times, especially in her unnecessary long speech at the end, as i got the list of what she was saying after 1 minute, didn't need the other 5. The new characters are interesting, I especially love Adelaide! I hate this accent she's putting on though.
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Old 10-09-2017, 09:01 AM
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^ I'm pretty sure Adelaide is just using her natural voice in this show.
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Old 10-09-2017, 05:06 PM
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I actually Loved the Reboot, I am loving Henry and Cinderella/Jacinda, Alice and Regina's new Persona, It will be interesting to see where things go from here.
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Old 10-10-2017, 02:03 PM
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OK, so first thing's first - so happy that Netflix UK has put out S7 so soon after the premiere date in the US, which was today. Secondly, I didn't know quite what to expect with this first episode of a new era for OUAT. I knew it was going to be different, with new characters and a new setting, but I did my usual best of staying away from any crucial spoilers. While watching the episode, I sort of wished I had looked up more about it because parts of it majorly confused me. I'm also in two minds over the re-hashed storyline from S1. On the one hand, it felt great, and parts of it definitely felt very reminiscent of the S1 magic. However, because of this, some of it also felt kind of predictable. But I did like some of the twists, although I should have really been expecting them because twists in the tale is what OUAT does best. Like Cinderella wanting to kill the Prince. I am confused with this whole thing about there being other "Snow White's" and other Cinderella's that Henry told Regina that he wanted to discover before leaving Storybrooke. Because OUAT already had a Cinderella and to incorporate a different Cinderella is confusing because she looked like she lived in a realm exactly like the EF, what's really the difference? I can see what they are trying to do here though. Disney and other production companies have all produced many different versions and tales of Cinderella so I suppose OUAT is trying to do the same thing. It's just, part of me wished that they would have chosen a different fairy tale character than another Cinderella to be Henry's true love. Just something new.

It's also so weird to see Henry all grown up and being played by someone else, but he does a great job and does look just like him! I also liked how he lived for a time like his granddad, even dressing the same...he must have learnt a lot from Chraming!

As for the curse, this is where the major confusion sets in, which I suppose will be explained in due course, but at the moment I have many questions. So I'm guessing that Lady Tremaine, or whoever Cinderella's stepmother is in this story, was the one who cast the curse and sent everyone to live in Seattle with false memories, but unlike Regina, she really did send them to the real world rather than create a fictional town placed upon the real world. But what I can't understand at the moment, is how Regina, Rumple and Hook also got caught in this curse. I have a few theories though. One is that Regina heard that Henry may have been in trouble and went to find him...I suppose bringing Rumple and Hook with her...

Oh, I'm just remembering the flashback episode in the S6 finale, I had almost forgotten about that... I think I need to re-watch those scenes. Need to re-think some things.

Anyways. I loved that Hook ends up as a police officer (then promoted to detective), very fitting since he and Emma were sheriffs together in Storybrooke. When he looked through Lucy's book, he stopped on the page with Emma, it looked like he was trying to remember his other life...god I just hope this curse doesn't last a whole season before it's broken like the first one. And the reveal of Rumple being his new detective partner. I should have guessed!

Regina is now Roni and a bartender. Different. But she still had the same sass when she stood up to Cinderella's stepmother.

Alice was totally creepy.

....I miss Emma, Snow, David, Belle and the others so much. But this episode definitely had my attention. It's just going to take a while to get used to. I'll keep watching!

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Old 10-10-2017, 06:11 PM
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The Season 7 premiere wasn't perfect, but I found it enjoyable enough for me to resume watching the show. The past two years have been a chore, as far as this show is concerned. I think it needed a breath of fresh air.
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Old 10-13-2017, 06:05 PM
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Okay, I forgot the show is now on Friday so the next episode's discussion needs to post.

Unsticking this one now.
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Old 10-29-2017, 03:31 AM
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Good opener. I like grown up Henry and the girl plating Lucy is very good.
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Old 10-31-2017, 08:25 PM
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It was better than I thought and Andrew as Henry really sold it.

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