[2x16] The Miller's Daughter Spoilers

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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby Ladybug » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:36 pm

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Script bit #5 is interesting. It explains how much of Emma's magical ability has worked so far. (i.e. opening the portal in "Broken" and Cora not being able to take Emma's heart just before she & Snow returned to Storybrooke.)
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby mysticalflute » Mon Mar 11, 2013 12:19 am

liolet wrote:Another script tease and Rumpel says
Spoiler:
"Whose heart is in the box?"
:egad:


It's from the flashback... so it's something else, not SB-Rumpel saying it.
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby Grey » Mon Mar 11, 2013 12:55 am

mysticalflute wrote:Script bit 5:

Spoiler:
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liolet wrote:Another script tease and Rumpel says
Spoiler:
"Whose heart is in the box?"
:egad:

Thanks for posting. :)
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby HappyEndings » Mon Mar 11, 2013 2:03 am

What did Cora say to Regina as she was dying? Where did Cora send Emma and Bae?
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby Ladybug » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:04 am

HappyEndings wrote:What did Cora say to Regina as she was dying? Where did Cora send Emma and Bae?


Emma & Bae were sent into the forest.

I think Cora said, "This would have been enough." She was referring to actually feeling love and that love for her daughter would have been enough to make her happy rather than scouring for power all of her life.

That was my take on it.
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby HappyEndings » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:21 am

I think Cora said, "This would have been enough." She was referring to actually feeling love and that love for her daughter would have been enough to make her happy rather than scouring for power all of her life
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So Snow was right without a heart Cora could never feel, just like the Huntsman could never feel. :)
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby Ladybug » Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:36 am

There was more Happy Endings...

After the first part she said, "You... You would have been enough."

I heard it when I watched it again.
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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby HappyEndings » Mon Mar 11, 2013 6:35 pm

Ladybug wrote:There was more Happy Endings...

After the first part she said, "You... You would have been enough."

I heard it when I watched it again.


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Re: [2x16] The Miller's Daughter

Postby CTrent29 » Fri Jun 05, 2015 5:59 pm

HappyEndings wrote:
I think Cora said, "This would have been enough." She was referring to actually feeling love and that love for her daughter would have been enough to make her happy rather than scouring for power all of her life
Thanks

So Snow was right without a heart Cora could never feel, just like the Huntsman could never feel. :)



Of course Cora was capable of feeing without a heart. This was apparent when she decided not to kill Regina for sending Hook when she over heard the latter's speech about love in "The Queen of Hearts". This was apparent when she broke into Regina's home and was swooning over the idea of being near her daughter, while rummaging through Regina's clothes.

Why is it that whenever the show dump one of these infantile rules regarding morality and then allow the characters to contradict these rules through actions, many fans tend to remember only the rules?

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