Actually, you know, I would love for the show to address this whole "true love" thing. For serious, if your true love dies does that really mean you get no more chances at relationships ever? Is anyone else just annoyed by the phrase by this point? To me it's kind of come to mean either "everyone has a soulmate" (which I hate) or "some special people have a soulmate" (worse) or "people have to love each other a quantifiable amount to be considered true loves" (bizarre). Or maybe I'm overthinking, probably that.
I guess my biggest problem with the show is that I find Rumplestiltskin and Rumbelle the most entertaining part of the show but not particularly well-done, and they're going to have to put a lot of effort and time into making Belle's "I believe in you" seem less delusional ... while Regina's plotline is infinitely better handled (even if parts of the fanbase think it's more black-and-white than it is), but I'm kind of bored with it because of the slooooow progress. I don't understand why they can't apply some of what they put into writing Regina's plotlines into Rumbplestiltskin's.
This is just to remind you, due to the Tumblrizing of LJ, that I'm using Dreamwidth! The original post is here: http://chocolatepot.dreamwidth.org/6585