Many years ago, Gold found himself bedding a young Emma Swan. Now that they are reunited in Storybrooke, he will stop at nothing to reclaim the woman and child who are rightfully his… Eventual GoldxEmma - Rating WILL go up.
The nomination for the Costume Designers Guild Awards have been announced. OUAT’s costumes are nominated in the Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series category. The winners will be announced on February 12th, in a event hosted by Glee’s Jane Lynch.
According to the ABC Primetime Schedule posted by Spoiler TV, Once Upon A Time won’t air on February 5th. It will skip a week and be back on Feb 12th with “Skin Deep”. Here are the official airing dates so far:
January 22: 1.10 7:15am January 29: 1.11 Fruit Of The Poisonous Tree February 5: no episode February 12: 1.12 Skin Deep
Okay, so. After reading lots of theories, we’ve come to a lot of options to the Stranger’s identity. He can be Bae, Rumpelstiltskin’s son; the Big Bad Wolf, because of the motorcycle and stuff; the 7-year-old kid who found Emma on the road, because she was just reading the newspaper about it, OR (tan-tan-tan) he can be the Genie of the Lamp! I went to see the part where Emma goes to Mr. Gold’s store over again and he’s just polishing the lamp! (unexpected, hum?)
So, what’s next? My real question is, WHO THE FUCK IS THIS PAL?
The two possibilities which we are led to believe...
Last night’s episode of Once Upon A Time raised two possible scenarios:
The most obvious and most tweeted one probably is that of the Stranger in town:
The conversation before Emma is outside in her car is about how she thinks of giving up searching for her family and wondering how it must be to find your father…. It held an ambiguous undertone. As if it also was about finding Henry’s father. Could it be coincidence that an entire episode about reuniting families ends with a stranger driving into town when so far only Emma has been able to make her entrance? The theory that this stranger will be Henry’s father seems to be popular, but is it really liked?
- And on a side note; wouldn’t it be so much more awesome if this new stranger (with much too tight pants but in my opinion not wearing them with such class as for instance Harry Potter’s Scabior, hand me back that sheriff Mr Humbert) turned out to be no stranger at all but someone hired by Regina. It probably won’t be like that, but Regina can play games too.
I must honestly admit this theory might just be an instance of the wish being father of the thought.
"Henry, I’ve got to go. I might know how to find this guy." And where does she go to in search for ‘the father’? Mr Gold. The sneaky man with his empty card who asks her forgiveness and receives her tolerance. He has tricks up his sleeves we do not know about. “Just a name, and I generally find that’s all one needs.” Can we keep in mind that Henry stresses the fact NO ONE can enter or leave Storybrooke so often that we are pushed to believe he is wrong? When you think about it, Mr Gold could be one of the few able to leave town. In fact, he must have to bring Henry to Regina. All he would need to do is abuse his power of asking ‘please’ to leave and the Mayor may not stop him. He was aware of Emma’s name and is powerful (read also rich) enough to get Emma in prison, for instance, to assure himself of getting the baby boy which he would then give to Regina. Surely, he knows more and this sequence of scenes might just hint at that. But could he be the father? She would have known, wouldn’t she? And we as an audience know he wasn’t the firefighter who died heroically, he was a married man. Well, Mr Gold does wear a ring (cough cough, but that aside).
So what do you think after watching this episode? Are we getting any nearer to the truth?