The premise of the show is that fairytale characters were transported to a “horrible” place with no magic: our world. These people are now living as your everyday citizens in a New England town called Storybrooke. In past seasons, the characters had no memory or were faced by other changes. Now, however, they have regained all memories, and the “Evil Queen” Regina has even turned good… for now.
We left off when Emma (the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming) and Captain Hook returned from fixing the past. They made a small error, though. By saving the life of a woman they found in jail, they brought back the wife of Regina’s boyfriend, which might just be enough to turn the civil queen back to evil. Plus, Queen Elsa found her way to Storybrooke; we left her in an abandoned barn just outside of town.
First of all, I loved all the details of Frozen now in the show. Sure, ABC is owned by Disney, so this is probably just some marketing venture, and maybe, it is a bit juvenile. However, I think that the new tale fits perfectly with the theme of the show, and I for one would love to “learn” more about my beloved Frozen characters.
Here’s a tip, Mr. Robin Hood: maybe, you shouldn’t dump the once evil queen. Because, she’s got a basket of apples, a man locked in a cell, and an agenda that you just became a part of. It seems old habits die hard for our friend Regina.
Okay, I have to “komment” on the wonderful Beauty and the Beast dance shared between Belle and Rumple. With costumes that fulfilled my childhood fantasies, and the classic “Beauty and the Beast” tune, I literally almost shed a tear at the beauty of it.
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Also, I want to express my support of Emma’s and Hook’s newfound relationship. I honestly am kind of attached the romance. Though Emma is still recovering from losing her first love, I think that the infamous Captain Hook may be able to melt her heart. No pun intended considering the theme of the season is Frozen. Okay, maybe a small pun was intended.