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‘Once Upon A Time’ Review: Love is a Weapon
Last night on Once Upon A Time, Snow and Charming excitedly (or grumpily on the latter’s part) sent their daughter off on a big date, Emma and Hook proceeded to have the cutest first date ever, Regina and Henry came up with a new potential plan for finding the writer of the book and Anna and Kristoff were reunited in a flashback. Sounds like a wonderful hour of fairy tale television, right?
“The Apprentice” definitely had its share of fun, happy moments, but like any episode of Once Upon A Time worth watching, it also had the kind of moments that felt like the writers were reaching into the viewers’ chests and yanking out our hearts. While a lot happened in the episode, it felt more like the beginning of arcs than the fourth episode of the season, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The canvas remains a tad too crowded, but I do give the producers/writers credit for doing their best to keep stories moving even if the air time is far from balanced.
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