Can Once Upon a Time really keep getting better?
According to this episode, the answer to that question is “yes.”
But Henry is back to being the most important character evar again, so I’ve still got something to complain about.
ABC watches out for me.
Unlike Happy Endings, I’m happy to review this show. Because it’s often awful.
But damn, David Giuntoli is attractive. And he’s a nice, Italian boy I can take home to mama.
If he’s still the lead character, I’ll keep watching this show until it dies (hopefully soon, because it’s pretty bad).
I’d just like to point out how fucking disappointing the season finale was (just watched it, so my groaning is fresh).
Otherwise, season 3 was at least a step up from its predecessor.
It’s progress. That’s really the best we can hope for.