Okay we're closing in on the end of the season. And I gotta say I hope they finish it with a bang, take a well-deserved, long overdue vacation, and make their fifth season as good as the first. They're kinda losing me. (Spoiler Alert) In their most recent episode they had one element which I found interesting. Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold winds up in the hospital after having a heart attack. Why did he have the heart attack? Apparently being magically-evil and going through such emotional trauma delivers physical damage. I also found it interesting, and ironic, how Rumpel can send people to all other realms but none of these methods are to this world. The part I didn't like? You guessed it, Zelena. SERIOUSLY!? That was reaching! Dead is dead, unless you're in the Marvel or DC universe according to my brother. It's like they realized that to keep the story going they needed Rumpel to have some leverage on Regina and realized all the players who could do it were either in Storybrooke already, or were killed off. That doesn't mean they had to invent a story for their idea to make more sense. Instead of this they could have revealed that, in fact, Robin and Roland were in Storybrooke but were prisoners. Or maybe, while in Manhattan, Robin was either unable to get the elixir or was arrested and the elixir returned, so in fear, anger and his own personality, Gold used his natural cunning to keep Robin in jail and, as consequence, Roland would be taken away as Marian has no job history and so forth. The threat of Robin losing his son, and losing a second son, would compel Regina to do as Gold says. The Enchanted Forest story was nice. I could see how Robin and Marian were and such. The title of the next episode is catchy "Sympathy for the DeVill". It looks promising, mostly because Cruella isn't a fairy tale character like Snow, Cinderella and such so it will be interesting to see how they pull her off. But I gotta say I'm kinda seeing how the episode "Lucy" will play out. After the "DeVill" episode Emma and Regina leave Storybrooke to save Robin and in their quest Lucy pops in and helps out, or makes some appearance which triggers the final events, and they all head back to Storybrooke. Horowitz! Kitsis! Please! You did the same thing in LOST. No repeats, new show, please! Get back to the roots, those dramatic, enticing, entertaining roots! Thank you.