So this week I feel like we’ve got more questions raised than answered. Not to say we didn’t get some answers, but there are still so many out there.
Like what kind of Viagra is this guy on?
Seriously, when your first thought is whether or not the nuns are boneable, I worry. But ‘m getting ahead of myself….
We start out the episode with Grumpy and the other dwarves at the town limits. Grumpy has spray painted an orange line indicating Storybrooke’s border and now the dwarves are going to draw straws to see which of them gets to find out what happens when you cross the border.
Taco bowls for everyone!
UGH. I’d rather get vaporized!
Sneezy draws the short straw and ends up having to be pushed over the line where it looks like he’s in for a low grade electro-shock treatment.
I wonder what would happen if it was raining AND you left?
Over in town, there is a HUGE mess to clean up and Red, the Blue Fairy, and Gingecrick have nominated themselves Storybrooke’s Red Cross Disaster Relief. It’s hard not to crack up as Red calls out instructions to those with wraith damage. Damn, insurance is NOT going to coverage that!
In a lonely room at Granny’s Inn poor Pinocchio is laying on his bed all alone and maybe dead?
Nope. He may be wood, but he’s alive.
I was going to say he’s up because I have the mind of a twelve year old boy but that would be a lie since he’s lying down. Anyway…on the other side of town Geppetto is putting up posters looking for his missing boy. As we pull back we can see that several other people have posted missing signs looking for items or people they have lost. So sad.
Meanwhile, Charming has dropped by Regina’s house for a little friendlyvisit. He’s brought the battered hat with him, demanding to know where she got it and how they can make it work again.
Yeah, right. She’s such a bitch. He makes a comment about her magic being gone and she’s all don’t be so sure about that, but Charming points out IF she wasn’t having issues with her magic the town would be toast by now.
No, scones are more my style.
Well, whatever, the town is decidedly UN toasty or baked therefore she must not be as magical as she appeared to be the when she had him pinned to the wall. Just wait! Once she gets her magic or her son back she’ll get the other one back as well. Charming points out to her that if she needs to use magic to hold onto her son then she really doesn’t have him at all.
Oh, go ride a horse