Okay, kids. I’m not going to recap this episode so much as rant about it.
So, if you’re not caught up, come check this out when you are. Otherwise, more after the jump.
In this episode, we are treated to even more of a tease. DAMN IT, I want to see these mofos tear each other apart, already!
Maybe I need to stop following this show with TWD right away…
Doesn’t smashing mirrors bring seven years of bad luck..? Somebody really ought to let the good folks of Storybrooke know in this 2-hour episode.
We get a good recap of everything that’s happened so far, making the season seem a lot more exciting and fast-paced than it really has been… But let’s cover the events of last night’s episode, since it was a doozy.
A lot actually happened in this episode, so let’s just jump on in.
You guys… Mickey Mouse got GOT.
So, let’s talk about it.
This, I think, was one of the better episodes in terms of tying Disney mythology to the show in a subtle and believable (for a show about magic and fairytales and shit) way.
…Is that an ice cream pun in the title of this episode?
You butter(pecan) believe it!
Ahhhhhhahahahahaha, I’m delightful.
Okay, so I had this whole post written out when a power thing managed to erase it because, apparently, auto save didn’t want to work… I’m still bitter.
So let’s delve right on into a synopsis.
Last night, the second episode of “Once Upon a Time” to feature characters from “Frozen” aired.
It was also the second episode that kind of felt like filler.
With the heaps of season and series premieres that accompany each fall, one show which I’ve been waiting for has been “Once Upon a Time.” I watch this show and treat it as something of a guilty pleasure; I don’t particularly enjoy it, it’s really not all that good, but I watch it weekly all the same, in the hopes that something really interesting will happen. The show’s creators, in an effort to make fans squee/to cash in on Disney’s biggest singular success in recent years, has hopped onto the “Frozen” bandwagon.
Naturally, I tuned in to watch what they would do with, apparently, everyone’s favourite sister duo.
(Spoilers after the bump.)
Casting news for OUaT broke recently, giving us the identitiies of the folks playing our favourite sisters from Arendelle and their Royal Ice Harvester and Deliverer.
Kristoff will be played by Scott Michael Foster, aged 29 and known for “Greek” and as a recurring character on “Chasing Life.”
Disclaimer: Don’t drink yourself to death. Really. That is completely within the realm of possibility, and we’d really rather nobody died from an alcohol overdose caused by a drinking game they got off of a FanGirling blog and inspired by the release of a Disney movie on DVD and Blu-Ray. This game has been posted for entertainment purposes only, and we expect our fans to be as smart as we like to think they are. Enjoy!
To celebrate the release of the hit movie “Frozen” on DVD and Blu-Ray, the FanGirls have written up a little drinking game to make your repeat viewings of the movie a little more interesting. Presenting the first ever TFP Drinking Game:
Take a drink – Every time Elsa Rejects Anna
Do a shot – Whenever Hans seems entirely too perfect
Drink for 5 seconds – Every time Olaf falls apart
Take a drink – Whenever Elsa’s powers go crazy
Play flippy cup (last place takes a shot) – For every scene with a troll in it
Chug a beer – Whenever a character breaks out into song
Take a drink – Whenever Olaf calls Kristoff Sven
Play quarters – Whenever Anna asks to build a snowman
Have fun, be smart, and let’s all
get wasted build a snowman together!