Cora does everything in her power to steal the compass and find a way to Storybrooke, while after Aurora is kidnapped, and to protect Henry from further danger, Mary Margaret and David try to communicate with each other in the Netherworld.

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Cora does everything in her power to steal the compass and find a way to Storybrooke, while after Aurora is kidnapped, and to protect Henry from further danger, Mary Margaret and David try to communicate with each other in the Netherworld.

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The scene with David and all the mirrors is a nod Gaston Leroux's famous novel 'le fantome de l'opera' - The Phantom of The Opera- where Raoul is trapped in a mirror of mazes to get to his lover. It this case it is the same, David is trying to get to Mary Margaret so they can reunite each other. See more »

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Emma Swan: This... Netherworld, how bad is it? What's it like?
Mary Margaret Blanchard: It's like you're, um... lost, drifting in the dark, no one to talk to, nothing to do, except think of all the people that you love and how you'll never see them again.
Emma Swan: Henry was lost in that dark, too, because of me.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: What are you talking about?
Emma Swan: He tried so hard to convince me I was the savior.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Stop it. Nobody would've believed Henry's stories.
Emma Swan: But his mother should have.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: OK. You wanna play the blame game? If I hadn't told Cora about Regina's ...
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Dryer lint.
26 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Boring, boring, boring. Lots ppl stuck in the fire room dream. Henry getting his arm burned, which later Gold snuffs out with magic doctoring. Regina making her potion. Cora becoming the real villain, but not according to Gold. Mulan getting attacked by Mary Margaret. Aurora talking with Cora's voice.

Hook and Cora as enemies. Hook releasing the captured Aurora. Cora trying to kill hook. Cora's pet raven whispering to Mary Margaret. Regina actually trying to "help" ppl???

Where is the basic story premise here? It seems that tracks are going way off base from the roots. Where was it written that Snow and Charming would continue to be separated over and over again in the other world, and be trapped from joining each other between the two worlds? This time I was ready to FF to a more interesting scene, but one never materialized. I was even tempted to erase this eppy.

Boo, hiss.


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