Once Upon a Time Review: More Dangerous Than the Dragon

5 Dec

Once Upon a Time is such a delightful addition to Sunday nights. Somehow this fairy tale drama manages to tug at my heart, inspire my imagination, and leave me counting the days until the next episode.

“The Shepherd ” threw us yet another twist. Just when I thought I knew what to expect, they took my concept of the fairy tale world and turned it upside down.

The Prince is dead. Well, that got my attention. When that beast of a man bore his weapon through the Prince’s chest, I couldn’t imagine where the story went from there. Then Rumplestiltskin showed up and brought the dark side of the fairy tale world along with him.

So our Prince Charming wasn’t born a prince, he was forced into the position. King George turned out to be a heck of a guy? I expected that kind of treatment from Rumplestiltskin but the new Prince killed the dragon only to have the King threaten to kill him, his mother, and burn their farm. Talk about going back on your word.

Back in Storybrooke, David

Source: GrimmOnline.org

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