|Posted by Once Upon A Fan on June 15, 2012 at 4:00 AM|
It's been a while since we had a good old debate so thought I would throw something out there to get your juices flowing.
Was I the only one who found it a bit chilling the way Snow wants to "take back the kingdom" in the season one finale? The way the line was delivered just left me a bit uneasy. As though a whole back story was waiting to emerge, one which would put Snow White into a very grey area.
After all, Snow and Charming are living in King George's castle after their marriage. Yet we know the King is alive since he popped up as the D.A in Storybrooke.
So what happened to King George? Is he a prisoner of war? Are we about to see a more ruthless side to Snow White in season two? She certainly showed little regard for life when she killed guards in her attack on the castle to free James. Guards, I might add, who were innocent and just doing a job.
We also have the issue that Prince James is not King George's son, therefore has no real entitlement to "take back the kingdom". Certainly, Snow had a right to take back the evil Queens domain since it was her father's kingdom, but when it comes to King George, things get a little murkier.
I feel that season two may be gearing up to tell the tale of open rebellion and the downfall of King George. How will it all unfold and what dark surprises about Snow and James await us?
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