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By the time he was going after the magic wand, didn’t he already think that she was dead?
Though, it’s super suspicious. He was already the most powerful magical person in magic-land. Why did he want that magic wand? What could that magic wand do for him that he couldn’t do already? And why did he suddenly want it directly following Skin Deep?
So yeah I don’t know the likelihood of it being about Belle, but the timing is suspicious and why he would even want it to begin with is suspicious. And the more I watch the show, the more I think everything they included is important.
Side note: THIS LINE IS SO SAD IN RETROSPECT: “Bring him back? Oh, no, that’s out of the question. He’s dead. Magic can do much, but not that.”
Sail a boat down the river of my tears okay.
Yeah. She’s definitely in ep 19, which is supposed to have a lot more of her… and I think that’s the one they’re filming right now (or was recently)… so we could easily get some resolution before the end of the season.
So on the one hand I’m feeling very…
OTOH, oh God, if it’s not good, if either she doesn’t reject him a moment of heartwrenching beauty, or if he doesn’t kiss her the way he should kiss her- 28 years mourning her, thinking she’s dead and gone forever, destroying himself, and there she is, she’s alive and glowing and glorious and alive and OPERATION GRAB HER AND TRANSFORM INTO A LIVING BERNINI STATUE, GO!- then…
Also: badass, hardass motherfucker out for blood attitude is a must. Or, alternatively, Regina could propose to him that preserving Storybrooke is the best way for he and Belle to be together. Or, perhaps, they could deal with the fact that breaking his curse might actually be horrible for them as a couple for many, many reasons.
[Image: Belle from Beauty and the Beast, dancing with an assortment of pieces of crockery.]
(703): no jill really. Evrything around me is talking to me. The plant, my dog, the tv, the lamp. Its amazing.