The Black Fairy’s tragic backstory may not have been good. And may not have been satisfying. And may not have included the Blue Fairy, the only possibly compelling element, much.
But it sure was over quick.
OUaT offers us that mercy, at least.
You can’t argue with those opera gloves.
As Jafar finds out this episode.
Emma doesn’t get immediately forgiven by Henry following the revelation of her gargantuan betrayal.
Snow and David work on and almost succeed in a scheme, but are then brutally interrupted by Cora and Regina.
That’s also good.
Young Snow (in flashback) watches her mother die horribly.
God, everything seems pretty good so far. You’ll have to forgive my optimism. I know, I’m scared too.