Killian Jones - putting Zelena in her place when it comes to his Lady Swan
It’s time to have a little chat again.
The topic of the day is acting your own age.
This has been bothering me for awhile now. It comes from all sides of the fandom. Not one side is less hateful than the other. “We’re not going to watch this episode because it doesn’t have any Rumbelle.” “We’re not going to watch this episode because Regina and Robin Hood, ew, gross.” “We’re going to boycott this episode because Neal dies.” “We’re going to rally in the numbers for this episode because Neal dies and we all want the writer’s to know how happy we are about this.” “We’re going to boycott this episode because stupid Captain Swan fanservice and it’s Hook centric.”
Like, do y’all realize how dumb this is? Do you realize there’s far better things you can rally against in real life than wasting your time and effort on a show? It’s a show, for goodness sakes! I don’t give a rip who your favorite and least favorite character is, they are a part of the show. So, by showing your distaste by not watching the show, you’re also punishing the show you love in the process. Your boycotts, if continued and actually made a difference in ratings, wouldn’t do anything better than get the show cancelled.
If I wrote a book and people wrote me letters upon letters requesting I kill someone off or add more of someone else to appease them or else they’d stop buying my books, I wouldn’t give in to them. Why? Because I’m telling my story. And as much as I love feedback and good constructive criticism, I’m still going to continue to tell the story I’ve always wanted. If I lose fans in the process, fine. Their choice.
Laughing at people because a character they love had a centric episode and it didn’t fare well in the ratings is, in actuality, a really mean thing to do. Laughing at people because their character died and the episode got great ratings is also a really mean thing to do. We’re not two year olds fighting over the same toy — we’re rational adults. And you know what? We all share something in common from all sides of the spectrum — we love the same show. We may not agree about favorite characters or who should end up with who — but we do love the show. And we shouldn’t punish it for following a clear story that the creators want to tell. Don’t like it, stop watching the show. Maybe write some constructive criticism, but don’t send hate because something you wanted to happen isn’t happening at the moment.
Basically, act like a decent human being. ;)
'Bleeding Through' - Press Release
AFTER ZELENA STEALS HER HEART, REGINA CASTS A SPELL IN AN ATTEMPT TO SPEAK ACROSS THE REALMS WITH HER DEAD MOTHER CORA TO DISCOVER THE TRUTH AS TO WHY SHE ABANDONED ZELENA AND IN THE FAIRY TALE LAND OF THE PAST, YOUNG CORA MUST KEEP HER PREGNANCY A SECRET OR RISK LOSING A LIFE OF ROYALTY, ON ABC’S “ONCE UPON A TIME”
Rose McGowan (“Charmed”) Guest Stars as Young Cora
“Bleeding Through” – After Zelena steals Regina’s heart, Regina casts a spell so that she can speak across the realms to her dead mother, Cora, to discover the truth about why she abandoned Zelena, and Belle stumbles across what Zelena’s ultimate end game is. Meanwhile, in the Fairy Tale Land that was, young Cora is duped by a man claiming to be a prince and finds herself alone and pregnant. But a chance meeting with a real prince could lead Cora to the royal life she’s always craved, but she must keep her pregnancy a secret or risk losing everything, on “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, APRIL 20 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Once Upon a Time” stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook, Michael Raymond-James as Baelfire/Neal Cassidy, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.
Guest starring are Rose McGowan as young Cora, Rebecca Mader as Zelena, Sean Maguire as Robin Hood, David De Lautour as Jonathan, Eric Lange as Prince Leopold, Eva Bourne as Princess Eva, Steve Elliott as drunk, Yvette Dudley-Neuman as mid-wife, Brian Knox McGugan as drunk Charlie’s friend, Raphael Alejandro as Roland, Michael P. Northey as Friar Tuck and Gabrielle Giraud as royal aide.
”Bleeding Through” was written by Daniel T. Thomsen & Jane Espenson and directed by Romeo Tirone.
#dafuq did you just say to me mr. smee
Why? What are you saying? That you would kill Eric if you had him?
You don’t believe that?
Happy 53rd Birthday, Robert Carlyle! (April 14th, 1961)
Bleeding Through promo
Low quality promo for OUAT 3x18 “Bleeding Through”