plaidandpancakes:

that little jaw thing Elijah does when he’s being dramatic

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♥ 40 — 42 minutes ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via marriedbamon (source)
Welcome To New York Lyrics

taylorswift:

Welcome To New York
Written by Taylor Swift and Ryan Tedder
Produced by Ryan Tedder

Walking through a crowd
The village is aglow
Kaleidoscope of loud heartbeats
Under coats
Everybody here wanted something more
Searching for a sound we hadn’t heard before
And it said

Welcome to New York
It’s been waiting for you
Welcome to New York
Welcome to New York
Welcome to New York
It’s been waiting for you
Welcome to New York
Welcome to New York

It’s a new soundtrack
I could dance to this beat, beat
Forevermore
The lights are so bright
But they never blind me, me
Welcome to New York
It’s been waiting for you
Welcome to New York
Welcome to New York

When we first dropped our bags
On apartment floors
Took our broken hearts
Put them in a drawer
Everybody here was someone else before
And you can want who you want
Boys and boys and girls and girls

Chorus

Like any great love
It keeps you guessing
Like any real love
It’s ever changing
Like any true love
It drives you crazy
But you know you wouldn’t change
Anything, anything, anything…

Chorus

♥ 4409 — 50 minutes ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via taylorswift

neverlandspirate:

Sleepy Killian

♥ 2469 — 1 hour ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via oncepromised (source)
‘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.
Read more at TVSource Magazine 

‘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.

Read more at TVSource Magazine 

♥ 38 — 1 hour ago on 20 Oct 2014
♥ 2273 — 2 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via charmingsprincess (source)

rumplestiltskin:

Mr. Rumple Bumple and Mr. Killy Willy are here for the money *mafia style*

♥ 1522 — 3 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via captainswanapproved (source)

sheriffswan:

#FRY ME AN EGG ON YOUR FACE YOUR’E SO HOT

♥ 1790 — 4 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via oncepromised (source)
Anonymous inquired:

I know they never have it easy on tv shows. i just want hook to tell emma bout whats going on with rumple in enough time to be able to fix things before the end of the first half of the season.

He will. The only story that’s going to carry over into the second half is Regina’s search for the writer and whatever the bridge between the two halves is. 

The whole point of splitting the seasons in half this way is to make them feel more complete and give audiences closure and then something new to look forward to after the hiatus. 

♥ 9 — 4 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014

oncepromised:

Snow and Charming, A+ parenting

♥ 7221 — 4 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014 — via haleigh91 (source)
Anonymous inquired:

Hook is going to have to say something about whats going on with him and rumple at some point right i mean if this season is about not giving up on those you love how can emma not give up on hook if she doesn't know that anything is wrong.

I do believe he’s going to tell her - I don’t think it’ll be another Zelena situation where the villain beats him to the punch and forces him into it.

But I don’t think it’s going to happen as quickly as the audience probably wants it to because I feel like the show is going to raise the stakes one more time, whether Rumple has Hook do something else he doesn’t want to do or Emma starts to notice that he’s acting weird again or something. 

No one ever has it easy on TV shows.

♥ 3 — 4 hours ago on 20 Oct 2014
#ask  #anon  #ouat for ts