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God it flashes so fast!
JMo taking off her shirt.
I just wanted this on my dash. In slow motion.
Regina is NOT amused.
Love love love this
"THEY STOLE MY UNICORN STICKERS!!!"
"THOSE ARE MY RAINBOW KISSES!!!!"
I’ve seen a lot of SQ shippers losing hope over this last episode and I wanted to throw in my 2 cents about what I think it means in terms of endgame. Maybe it’ll help those of you feeling a bit doubtful to believe again. If this helps any single one of you, then writing this was time well spent.
attractive people who look more attractive with glasses on are very dangerous and should be approached with caution
What’s most interesting about this, of course, is not how everyone else sees Regina, but how she sees herself. For all her righteous indignation and insistence that she’s Henry’s mother and NEEDS to be there, she really does see herself as the weapon Rumple created. I’m reminded of The Doctor, when he wanted to create a “monster”; or even recently in Quite A Common Fairy, when Rumple said that the darkness has “tasted” Regina. I can’t help feeling here like Regina has abandoned notions of being “good”. She knows what she does best and by god, she’s going to do it to the best of her ability. And she can’t really live without that power now - in a very different way to Rumple - because right now, in Neverland, it’s what protects her the most.
I love the poignancy at the end of this little scene - where Regina is, in a way, defending Emma whilst damning herself. ”That’s what I’m here for” - to take a hit of dark magic or to do something bad so that nobody else has to. It’s sadly ironic that Regina’s greatest sacrifices are the ones she’s willing to make for the benefit of others. Regina has helped keep Emma’s heart pure, but rather than couching this as a “good deed”, Regina actually believes that this is her purpose: that’s the role she fulfills in the group. And I think that’s consolidated by the fact that Emma lets her, but then overturned by how she and Emma are a “we” later on in the episode.
The changing relationship that Regina has with herself is possibly one of the most fascinating on the show. It’s interesting, given that at the end of S2, Regina was the one who didn’t want to be seen as the Evil Queen; yet now, in Neverland, it’s imperative that she doesn’t leave that persona behind. The constant struggle for her, going back and forth between who she WANTS to be and who she actually IS, makes me want to keep watching, to be honest. Because there’s no doubt in my mind that Regina took great relish in getting what she wanted out of that Lost Boy - I mean, she was grinning wickedly as she was rolling up her sleeve, right? But then she tells Henry she loves him and I just…I can’t help but root for her to get him back, you know?
The problem is: Regina’s never going to stop seeing herself as something wicked unless she’s given good reason to. And right now, she knows she’s the weapon, not the Savior.
I’ve been waiting for someone to talk about this scene, applause, applause
LET REGINA GO HOME WITH HER FAMILY AND HER FRIGGING KID WHO ARE TEN TIMES MORE IMPORTANT than some random thief she doesn’t even know who apparently is her SOULMATE.
good and thank you.
^^ what u said :)
THIS! I would much rather see her be with her son and family than stuck away from them.
This, this and fucking that!
Because he’s our son and he’s a survivor,
and now he has something to survive for.
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