New information about Rumplestiltskin will come to light during Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time that may change viewers’ opinion of the Dark One.
When Gideon (Giles Matthey) resumes his quest to kill Emma (Jennifer Morrison) in order to become the new Savior, Rumple is desperate to prevent his son from truly turning to the dark side. “People see the end of the midseason premiere and they question, ‘Does Rumple really want what’s best for Gideon? Wouldn’t his life be a lot easier to have a child who wants to be a gangster like him?‘” executive producer Edward Kitsis tells EW. “Episode 13 is really going to show you what’s in Rumple’s heart, and what kind of father he is or wants to be.”
In fact, the hour also flashes back to Fairy Tale Land that was, where Rumple crosses paths with folk hero Beowulf (Torstein Bjørklund), providing some surprising new insight into Rumple’s relationship with Bae (Brandon Spink) — the first son the Dark One lost. “Episode 13 is actually going to reveal something about the relationship between Rumple and Baelfire in the very early days that we didn’t know about,” Kitsis teases.
This was bouncing around in my head a couple days ago and I developed it a little bit just for fun.
Essentially Special Agent Buster Moon is assembling a specialized team for impossible operations.
Buster Moon runs the operations from headquarters. He always is well-dressed and has a cigar in his mouth but he never ever smokes it,
Ms. Crawley is his secretary, no one knows what exactly qualifies her to be part of the unit except Buster who knows that she was a lethal femme fatal in her days with the agency and age only made her kinda eccentric, not any less deadly.
Rosita is an engineer who builds their vehicles and works on their gear but she also brings snacks to meetings and tries to make headquarters “more homey.” She has 25 children and her family has no idea that she is an agent. Her husband is a banker at a large banking company.
Eddie is the big boss’s grandson and serves as an intern in the unit because his parents were sick of him depending on them for everything. He is generally very clumsy and wears a headset that is out off battery because he wants to look like he is part of a team.
Gunter is the getaway driver but is a gymnastics expert and very eccentric. He is from Germany and loves donuts and is on loan to the US for an unknown amount of time. He seems too happy and friendly to be lethal but he’s perfectly capable of getting down and dirty.
Mike is a mob informant that made a deal with the government for protection. He is small but he has many contacts in the criminal underworld and knows everything about everybody. He is money hungry and will often take valuables when on the job. He also has a gambling addiction and an odd love affair with a mobster’s girlfriend, Diana.
Ash is the demolitions expert who has an intense love of rock and roll and explosives. She is the ex-girlfriend of a black market dealer and can get just about anything for a low price and possibly illegally.
Johnny is Ash’s best friend and partner and is trained in pretty much all forms of lethal combat. His father is in prison for connections to the mob and grand larceny. He visits his father every week and uses his connections to get him into appeals and out of jail. He is a bit of a ladies’ man in that he flirts with women to get what he needs while on mission but never has had a steady relationship.
Meena is new to the team and is their tech expert. She invents all of their gear, gadgets, etc. She can hack into just about anything and generally doesn’t leave her lair but she goes on every mission as an analyst for the team. Johnny has a huge crush on her since the moment he and Ash recruited her but Ash told him to take it slow because of his reputation.
… so Breath of the Wild is still wildly addictive and very beautiful, except it’s kind of devolved into a very intense game of “How is Eddy going to handle this boss encounter in as thrifty and convoluted a way as possible?”/“BARGAIN BASEMENT BATTLE STRATEGIES 101”
I’m too attached to my cool weapons to ever use them. I have been fighting with nothing but (STOLEN) farm equipment. Help
But unlike a year ago, this
filmed-in-secrecy twist won’t introduce any familiar fairy tale face but
a different kind of surprise element, one that will have repercussions
for Season 5.
“There is a top-secret scene that I’m shocked hasn’t got out — but there’s still time!” Once
co-creator Eddy Kitsis tells TVLine with a knowing laugh. “We’ll
absolutely be setting up what Season 5 will be, but unlike last year
where it was, ‘Hey, it’s Frozen,’ or the year before which was,
‘Hey, we’re going to Neverland,’ this one will be much more like Season
1 in that it’s a condition of the show that changes and has
ramifications for everyone.”
Adds co-creator Adam Horowitz: “If we zigged in the past, we’re hoping to zag this time.”
'Once Upon a Time' Bosses Preview "Something Old and Something New" in Season 5 Finale
Co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis tell THR who to watch out for during Sunday’s season finale and look to how season six will be “a little something old and something new.”
Once Upon a Time will deliver a heavy case of déjà vu during Sunday’s season-five finale.
After Robin Hood and Hades’ deaths in the penultimate episode of the season, co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis told The Hollywood Reporter that Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) will “find themselves in an old situation in a new place,“ and that theme will continue throughout the two-hour finale and into season six.
“We’re doing something different than the finales we’ve done in the last few years. We’re not doing any alternate reality sort of story, whether it’s going into the [fairytale] book or time travel,” Horowitz explains. “The story of the finale in the season wraps up within the two hours, but it also opens up doors and sets the table for what season six will be.”