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    Belle has never had ice tea, pancakes or a hamburger. Does anyone else wonder what they fed her for 28 years?

    I was a little worried where the writers would go this year. So far, I'm very happy and a little surprised (in a good way!). I really love what they are doing with Rumple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nan View Post
    Belle has never had ice tea, pancakes or a hamburger. Does anyone else wonder what they fed her for 28 years?
    Considering she was locked in the basement of the hospital, I doubt Regina gave any thought about what to feed her. Possibly bread and water.
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    This episode was superb. This season has been excellent--the writers seem to have a handle on all the characters and the evolution of all the storylines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelleC View Post
    Considering she was locked in the basement of the hospital, I doubt Regina gave any thought about what to feed her. Possibly bread and water.
    I was thinking gruel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis@BC View Post
    I was thinking gruel.
    That's what came to my mind, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis@BC View Post
    BTW, speaking of Hook's "sparkly dirt" line (also LOL), did anyone else notice that when Charming was working in the mine, and then left to go be sherrif ... he brushed some dust off his hands that looked suspiciously sparkly to me.
    I'll have to go back and watch! (like it's a real chore to watch these episodes over and over again ). I think the only reason they zoomed in on his hand was to show the dust from the mines so we'd recognize it on Belle's father's hand later.
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    Well, they also said that the reason why they're digging in the mines is to find fairy dust, right?

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    When Rumpel said "of course" he had eaten hamburgers, I got a giggle out of that mental image. He doesn't strike me as the hamburger type. The only-the-finest-and-most-expensive-steak type, more like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyliefan View Post
    When Rumpel said "of course" he had eaten hamburgers, I got a giggle out of that mental image. He doesn't strike me as the hamburger type. The only-the-finest-and-most-expensive-steak type, more like.
    I wonder if they have any fine dining establishments in Storybrooke. Seems like Granny has a monopoly on the restaurant business!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TanithandBenFan View Post
    I wonder if they have any fine dining establishments in Storybrooke. Seems like Granny has a monopoly on the restaurant business!
    She does, doesn't she? I don't think we've ever seen anyone eat anywhere else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyliefan View Post
    She does, doesn't she? I don't think we've ever seen anyone eat anywhere else.
    The gang went to a bar on Valentine's Day that I don't think was Granny's (although she does serve liquor!). Other than that, I don't remember any other eating/drinking establishments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyliefan View Post
    She does, doesn't she? I don't think we've ever seen anyone eat anywhere else.
    Well there was that one Valentine's scene with Ruby, Mary-Margaret, and Cinderella's alter-ego in the bar -- there might have been food there too. And the fact that they're on the ocean says to me that there has to be a seafood restaurant somewhere.

    Storybrook is obviously bigger than we've seen so far. Regina lives far enough away from the centre of town to have to drive, and the kids take a schoolbus (sometimes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyliefan View Post
    When Rumpel said "of course" he had eaten hamburgers, I got a giggle out of that mental image. He doesn't strike me as the hamburger type. The only-the-finest-and-most-expensive-steak type, more like.
    So do I. Honestly, I thought his answer was going to be, no I've not.
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    I love how this show cleverly intertwine each fairy tales to connect with one another. I find it neat that Rumpel is the beast and now the crocodile that haunts Captain Hook

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    Quote Originally Posted by walei View Post
    I love how this show cleverly intertwine each fairy tales to connect with one another. I find it neat that Rumpel is the beast and now the crocodile that haunts Captain Hook
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!?!?!?!? Rumpel is a beast? Which beast? and a crocodile hauting Hook! How on earth have I missed these two things. {{hanging my head in shame}}
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    Quote Originally Posted by professordeb View Post
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!?!?!?!? Rumpel is a beast? Which beast? and a crocodile hauting Hook! How on earth have I missed these two things. {{hanging my head in shame}}
    Wow, get thee to a DVD player or computer ASAP and watch episode 1x12 "Skin Deep" from last season and then watch or rewatch this past week's episode so you can get caught up on things!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walei View Post
    I love how this show cleverly intertwine each fairy tales to connect with one another. I find it neat that Rumpel is the beast and now the crocodile that haunts Captain Hook
    Yes, so clever, one of the many reasons I love this show so much! They don't show the episode titles on screen but somehow I'd seen beforehand that this ep was called "Crocodile." Yet even with that, even with the captain calling Rumple "crocodile," and even with being about 95% sure that the captain would end up being Hook ... I still didn't make the connection until the scene where Rumple cuts off his hand. Yeesh, how dense am I?

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    MYSTERY SOLVED! I just figured out the Dr. Whale name! (To be fair, a bunch of other fans on the OuaT Facebook page figured it out at the same time, after watching the latest promo clip, but I did it without reading what they wrote, so I'm happy. )

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    !!! Holy crap. Did NOT see that one coming. Whoa.

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    Yeah, Dr. Whale's identity has been figured out on TWOP also.


    I found a very interesting blog article on Rumple

    http://letstalktv.barbarabarnett.com...45050048828125
    Last edited by ChelleC; 10-26-2012 at 12:34 AM. Reason: Adding link.
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