Okay, so if they’re not going to give us August anytime soon, at least they’ll give us another missing character with stubble. Hellooo Sheriff Graham. We’ve missed you so. This episode was very interesting. While they missed an opportunity to have the townspeople strut around town in outlandish 80’s fashion, seeing Storybrooke in 1983 just as the curse began answered some questions.
Check out our recap of tonight’s episode of Once Upon A Time: “Welcome to Storybrooke.”
Regina is reasonable pissed that Snow White is responsible for Cora’s death. And she wants her vengeance. Rumple warns the Charmings that Regina has a curse to force Henry to love her and no one else and it will also kill Snow in the process.
Henry is sick of all this bullshit so he does what any rational kid would do. He runs away from an ice cream sundae, gets himself some dynamite and decides to blow up magic. If magic isn’t here, no problems would occur. Although Henry, I’m pretty sure Regina would just like, stab Snow the old fashioned way.
Unfortunately, Henry does not blow up randomly like on LOST. Regina burns the curse and walks away.
Regina is loving the curse that first day in 1983. No one knows who they are and everyone is kissing her ass. By the second or third day, it becomes a bit boring like that movie Groundhog Day. She’s lonely.
When a man and his son accidentally stumble upon Storybrooke, she sees this as an opportunity to..kidnap this guy’s son and force the father into prison? The father urges his son to run away from town and get as far as he can. The little boy can’t get back into town once he crosses the town line and cows to find him one day.
Snow White shows up to Regina’s door asking to be killed. Regina rips out her heart and is happy to see that there’s some darkness in it now. Regina gives her back her heart and decides to let her suffer instead.
In a bush somewhere, Greg is busy filming the entire thing. Is this gonna be on YouTube?
Surprise! He’s the little boy from 1983. What will he do next?
Check out the promo for next week’s episode “Selfless, Brave, and True” here