The new episode of Onceable, Hypable’s Once Upon a Time podcast, is here! This week Jess, Karen, and Jen join together to discuss episode 2×17 of the show, “Welcome to Storybrooke.”
-Owen and Kurt Flynn the campers
-Owen the reason Regina got Henry?
-Regina testing out the power of the curse
-does Graham know that others shouldn’t be in Storybrooke?
-was the curse meant to be like Groundhog’s day?
-Owen and Regina connect over mommy issues
-Regina goes a little crazy and controls Graham by speaking to his heart
-Regina tries to keep Owen and his father in town Owen runs away is probably Greg (confirmed as Greg)
-Owen returns with police but is unable to find Storybrooke
-Regina knows that Rumple killed Cora to save himself but she s most angry with Mary Margaret
-Regina’s desire for vengeance
– Gold tries to warn Charming who says he owes Snow a debt
-The curse of the empty hearted gets Regina everything she wants
– Henry taking a stance against magic and pulling one over on Neal
‘You fell for that, he’s your son!’
-Henry runs into Greg in the woods and Greg takes a picture of the tag on his backpack he calls Regina
-Henry’s plea to get rid of Magic and even though Regina destroys the curse he runs to Emma
-Why doesn’t Neal offer to help him he hates magic just as much
-Mary Margaret offers herself to Regina who rips out her heart to see that it is darkened
-Suicidal Snow? Why didn’t Cora’s heart look darkened or BLACK?
Next Episode: “Selfless, Brave and True”
What did you think of Snow in this episode? What about Neal trying to be a dad to Henry?
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This episode's hosts: Jen Lamoureux, Jess Chapman, Karen Rought
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