The more I think about it the less I look forward to the Girls Night Out story line next Sunday. And it’s not the concern about watching two women who know nothing about Killian Jones potentially bash him, it’s about watching two women who know nothing about Emma Swan try to pretend they understand her and what is going on with her and her relationship with Kilian.
Honestly, I would prefer that Snow just stuck with her MO of sending Archie to talk to Emma.
Snow and Emma had a wonderful friendship in season one, but the show has done nothing to nurture any kind of relationship between Snow and Emma in three seasons. Snow is always willing to run to wipe Regina’s nose, but she refuses to be the parent and approach Emma. We saw this in season 5 with the Dark Swan arc and we saw it again this season. In fact the only conversation Emma and Snow have had this season one on one was Snow chastising Emma for not coming to her with her visions - but it’s kind of hard to come to your mother, when your mother sends a shrink to you instead of approaching your herself. Snow’s hypocrisy is ridiculous and I’m tired of her relationship with Emma suffering to prop Regina.
Meanwhile, do we really need to watch the most self-centered character on the show, make Emma’s upset all about herself? Any bets on how long before Regina makes it all about her?
With David asleep this could have been a chance for Emma and Snow to have a real conversation, but instead Regina is tagging along like the third wheel she is. And we are going to be treated to scenes of two women who know nothing about Emma try to comfort her.
Man if this was Gideon’s plan - it is brutal for Emma and us.
did you see any northern lights? and what on earth is a sky fox?
Well accordingly to the ancient myth there’s an arctic fox that leaps across the sky at night and as it runs it’s big bushy tail whips up the snow from either nearby mountains or from the snowbanks and the snow creates the northern lights. The other version is that the tail itself paints the sparks on the sky as the fox runs. That’s where the Finnish language gets the name for the northern lights, as they’re called revontulet meaning fox fire.
And I did see some faint ones. I really want to travel north to see them in all their glory as even the faint ones are breathtaking! I guess the fox was too tired today to make ones strong enough to light up the sky even for us southerners.