Regina’s character is the one that has the most depth only because it is her character that has gone through man emotional tribulations. It’s heartbreaking for her to be good and to strive to be something better because no one ever gives her a true chance and no one (except Henry) tries to even see a glimmer of good in her. Emma tries which is redeeming but this show remarks on just how hard it is for any character to strive to be better when not given a true chance. It analyses the very foundation that love, trust and hope are based on. One of the reasons I love this show. Each character has dual identities, their latent inhibitions which take over in “the real world” and then their better sides which exist and rule in the Enchanted Forest. It’s extremely clever and wonderful how the show progresses and moves forward while intermingling all these different stories that deal with the fantastical. Simply an amazing show where there has been a lot of character development regarding each of the characters. And the new plot, where the evil ones are against magic, saying that it is “unholy” is a little like grasping for straws, but it does give everyone a common enemy. This show continues to build and build, making it amazing. Sundays @ 8PM EST on ABC.
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