Five Questions That Once Upon A Time Needs To Answer For Me

1. Where the hell did this guy go?

dragonIn Season 2, Episode 18, “Selfless, Brave and True,” we meet “The Dragon.” He’s killed by Tamara…or was he? He told her then that this wasn’t his true form and she wasn’t killing him, and he had magic in our world, which makes him clearly more than he appeared to be. He was mentioned again in Season 4 by August, who took all the notes The Dragon was keeping about The Author. Hmmmm.

Just a gut feeling, but we’ll be seeing more of him. And Lily is part dragon, searching for her father. Hmmmm. Maybe? Maybe something we can’t even fathom yet.

2. What ever happened to Regina’s magic bean plant?

beanplantIn Season 2, Episode 20, “The Evil Queen,” Regina has a magic bean plant in a terrarium. Greg and Tamara stole its beans, but the plant remained intact. Or did it wither and die in Regina’s office while they were traipsing around Neverland? They never really said for sure, and on this show, if it’s not spelled out, anything can happen. Continue reading

Mancandy Monday!! Once Upon A Time Knows How To Bring The Testosterone!

Oh, Once Upon A Time, my favorite ever-flowing font of testosterone goodness. God, I miss you. Please come back to me.

In the meantime, here’s some of my favorite pieces of man-candy for you to chew on…

Sheriff Graham and his goofy grin

Or how about when he swoops in to make a cameo?

Here’s another season 1 casualty (and prime piece of meat – literally): Peter

I could devour that. Yeah, I went there. Continue reading

Once Upon A Time – Season 2, Episode 18 Recap: Enter The Dragon – A Character Without A Resolution


This evening we begin on a tropical island, circa 2011. Morning has broken, and August (who is laying in bed next to a beautiful naked Thai girl) is sporting some morning wood.

Unfortunately for him, not the good kind. The clock struck 8:15, he got a shooting pain in his leg, and he is literally turning into wood. He tries to convince his companion that he’s turning to wood, but she only sees a normal leg.

Having originally come from a magical realm (and having started life as an inanimate object), August knows full well something is afoot. Or a leg. Whatever it is, it ain’t good.

Now we head over to present-day the loft apartment, where David is making poor widdle Snow some happy breakfast in an effort to try to get her out of bed. Emma doesn’t give a crap if mom is clinically depressed – she tells David to stop mollycoddling her.


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