Once Upon a Time dropped two episodes last night, “Birth” and “The Bear King.” One was perhaps the best this show has been all season. One was pointless.
Goodbye, Frozen cast. Goodbye new character. Goodbye long-time character. Just about everyone is getting kicked way the hell out of Once Upon A Time and it is great. Just great.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Frozen is over, and you know what? It feels good. It feels really good. I like the way it ended and I'm glad it's over. We all won last night and together we will come out stronger people.
Hey everybody, Once Upon A Time is back (somewhat). Somehow, last night's episode managed to free itself from the deathly cold grip of Frozen and kick us right in the feels—if only for a second, but hell, we'll take it.
This was a whopping two-hour episode of Once Upon a Time, and thank goodness it wasn't entirely terrible. And thank goodness this series has started incorporating some of the Snow Queen's badass backstory.
The best part of Once Upon A Time last night was cruelly teased and then ripped away. There was a fairy tale Mommy & Me play date and Emma got all upset because she's no longer an infant. The rest was about Frozen. :(
Last night's Once Upon A Time squandered a pretty cool slow burn. But that's OK, because there was plenty of Frozen shoehorned nods throughout the episode. It's been 341 days since Frozen came out. It's time to let Frozen die, people.
Last night's episode of Once Upon A Time finally started answering some questions and kicking ass. Specifically, Regina was doing the ass-kicking by telling Emma that she is the worst. Hear, hear!
AND IT WAS GREAT. Once Upon A Time is at its best when it's making its fairy tale characters pantomime actions of real-world people. And watching Captain Hook go on a date with Emma while she's wearing a 16-year-old's dress was pretty great.
Once Upon A Time is back and so are the slew of bad decisions that plagues every single resident of Storybrooke. So pull up a chair and check out what is essentially an hour-long advertisement for Frozen.
Once Upon A Time ended its massive season with a massive, super inappropriate, two-hour season finale. Super fun fairy tale executions ahead!
Last night's Once Upon A Time seemingly tied up all the loose strings, UNTIL THIS HAPPENED! Spoilers ahead.
Why is everyone back in Storybrooke? Where did their memories go? Last night, Once Upon Time made big leaps forward in answering the hard questions. Unfortunately, all the answers seemed to be "because magic." But we'll take what we can get.
There were two big reveals on Once Upon a Time — one was pretty great, and the other was kind of OK. It's not that I mind seeing Cora and her lips once again, but I would rather continue to watch the Wicked Witch Rebecca Mader's chew up an entire studio lot's worth of scenery. Spoilers ahead...
Last night, Once Upon a Time revealed what Hook was up to during the "lost year." Turns out, it was absolutely nothing at all. But Once Upon A Time feeds on nothing, this show devours it. This is a show that runs simply on the fact that we all really like Disney cosplay. A lot. Which is why they brought the Little…
Once Upon A Time is back — and don't worry, the long hiatus didn't make anyone or anything start acting rationally on this show. Nope, it's crazy-pants business as usual. Plus someone definitely boned a flying monkey!
Big, big things happened last night on Once Upon A Time. But I'm not really sure what's happening anymore, I mean does anyone really understand how magic works on this show?
When this show isn't needlessly sending its characters on easily accomplished errands every week, then it's rebooting the whole fucking series. You know what was truly, deeply exciting about this series when it started? Fairy-tale characters dealing with human issues on Earth. What ever happened to that idea?
Shit is finally happening on "Don't Worry, You Didn't Miss Anything Upon A Time." FINALLY. OH also — who wants to hear Marilyn Manson playing the epic role of "shadow?" Spoilers ahead!
IT'S ONLY BEEN FIVE DAYS ON NEVERLAND ISLAND. FIVE DAYS. YOU GUYS. ENOUGH. Anyone else feel like we've already spent five YEARS in Neverland, on Once Upon a Time?