The producers of Once Upon a Time apparently like having two bad guys on their show at once.
Both Regina and Rumple are showing signs of becoming good — mostly because of the love for the people in their life. For Regina, it’s Henry. For Rumple, it’s Belle.
So Cora, Regina’s mother, is now a major villain. Hook doesn’t count as a bad guy since he’s clearly being positioned to romance Emma at some point.
Enter Prince George, who returned to Storybrooke a few weeks ago. In this “Child of the Moon,” he’s nothing short of cackling evil. He outright commits murder in this episode, frames Ruby for it and yet Charming lets him live, even after he burns the Mad Hatter’s hat — which at that moment, was the only way of helping Charming reunite with Snow and Emma, trapped in Fairytale land.
- Alan Danzis
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