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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
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Just because he doesn't know he's married to Snow doesn't change the fact that he IS married to her and not Kathryn.
So technically, he IS cheating when with Kathryn. It's unfortunate that he doesn't know and therefore thinks he is cheating with Mary Margaret--it'll be a lot of unnecessary guilt for them. I think the FACTS of the situation mean more than just what David thinks is going on, because he said himself it feels like he's had two lifetimes, one with each woman--somewhere, DEEP down, a part of him recognizes his fidelity lies with Snow aka Mary Margaret, his real wife, despite his fake memories of Kathryn. He's unconciously following the truth of the situation, not the "truth" that the curse has forced onto him. But, again, I trust it will all work out in the end. I agree with LUXXX--it's the change-ups like this that add some interest to the concept of the show.
Yes, it does because that's what he knows. Obviously, we will never agree on this point. It's like asking
"if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
As for the change-ups, sure it makes the stories unpredictable. But what I always enjoyed about fairy tales was the romanticised perspective. Taking the fairy tales and making them more "real" is interesting, but not if it becomes
"real", that is, TV reality where adultery is a common trope. That's just my POV.
I remain unconvinced about casting EDR for Belle. She looks terribly miscast.
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