Sunday Night TV (15 Jan 2012)


Sundays @ 8PM EST on ABC

A decent enough episode.  I thoroughly enjoyed it and I feel so bad for the Evil Queen because all she really wants is to have a family.  I love it, this is an awesome show and my favorite character is her.  Anyway, as far as acting goes, on everyone’s part it has improved, the acting on the part of the children, Hansel and Gretal was just okay, there is potential for these guys to grow.  All in all though, it was a good episode and very much like this show.  Sundays @ 8PM EST on ABC.

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