aeverett wrote:mysticalflute wrote:Snow killed Cora in pure self-defense and should not have to apologize for it. Period.
If she DOES have to apologize for it, Regina needs to apologize for:
-Sending Snow on the run to be hunted
-Ruining Snow's chance at motherhood
-Ruining Emma's life
-Ruining the lives of the ENTIRE TOWN OF STORYBROOKE
-Locking Belle up
Firstly, Leopold deserved his death. He married a young girl he knew he didn't love and didn't love him, then locked her up in his castle when he even suspected she might try to leave him. Regina was well within her rights to gain her freedom by any means necessary, even murder. Snow needs to get over the idea that her father's death was all about her.
Also, Regina didn't ruin Emma's life. OUR WORLD DID. Snow and Charming chose to send Emma to our world before the curse. Once she was in our world, Regina couldn't harm her, so all the terrible stuff that happened to her here was NOT Regina's fault. Our foster care system is to blame for ruining Emma's life.Her Mayorness wrote:Regina did not, but acknowledged Cora killed Eva and that is one step closer to her apology to Snow. I want to hear that apology.
As for Regina apologizing to Henry, well she did apologize on the stairs in 2x2 as far as I remember and she did apologize to him for everything at least two more times. BUT apologizing for being ABUSIVE? WTH.. that's plain ridiculous and unfounded.
Before anyone starts throwing arguments in favor of abusive, answer one question - what if she had told him yes honey I am the evil queen and I cursed them, you are right. What then?
Cora killed Eva. Regina had no part in that. That was all Cora, so Regina has nothing to apologize for in regards to Eva's death. Johanna's yes, as she was helping Cora when Cora killed Johanna, but Eva was all on Cora.
As for Henry, those abuse allegations are totally unfounded. She made mistakes but none that rose to the level of abuse. She couldn't tell him the truth and have him grow up normal and healthy in our world. She was doing her best in a bad situation.
Regina has many thing to apologize for, but she isn't omnipotent or omniscient. She can't be held responsible for things she didn't know of or took no part in.