Wow, I haven’t posted anything on here since January. Anyway, with the second season of Once Upon A Time having finished on the 12th, there are some things that I didn’t quite get. The things are pretty summed up in the two links I’m posting.
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I know it’s a week since the Once Upon A Time season 2 premiere, but I wanted to get my thoughts out before the second episode airs tonight at 7:00 Hawaii time. I have a lot of questions dealing with the episode. A majority of the questions are pretty much summed up in the following articles. However, I have additional questions.
- How did Mulan and Prince Philip know how long they were frozen? Does time work the same in Fairytale Land?
- How can the Wraith medallion be in two different worlds at once? Or is there more than one medallion that can control the wraith? Because we see Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin holding onto it the “real” world while we also see Mulan put the medallion in a pouch and gives it to Sleeping Beauty/Aurora.
- Can the Dark One control creatures like wraiths?
10 Burning Questions From The Once Upon A Time Season 2 Premiere
Once Upon a Time Season 2 Burning Questions: The 10 Biggest Mysteries
Once Upon a Time Burning Question: Who Is Henry’s Father?
Once Upon a Time Season 2 Premiere Recap: The Curse Is Broken
Once Upon a Time Season 2 Premiere: New Clues About Dr. Whale’s Identity
Once Upon a Time Season 2 Burning Question: Is Dr. Whale Frankenstein?
Once Upon a Time Burning Question: How Does Magic Work in Storybrooke?
What Happened to Fairytale Land After the Curse on Once Upon a Time?
As a result of seeing the Twilight Saga being on a most challenged list, it led me to the ALA list for 2000-2009. As expected, the Harry Potter series was way higher on the list than Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials. Although, I think that His Dark Materials should have been higher on the list for reasons that I mentioned in this post. Anyway, the book that surprised me the most was Bridge To Terabithia by Katherine Patterson. Now, keep in mind that it’s been a while since I have read the book but I saw the 2007 movie adaptation. Anyway, based on what I remember of the movie, I can’t really see the justification for the book being challenged. Now, on the list, the reason that was given as to why it was challenged was that a death was crucial to the storyline. Personally, I think that’s a load of B.S. I say that because there are other stories out there that are worse in terms of deaths being a crucial plot element.