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It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve written something here.

It’s also been a long time since I’ve last seen OUAT.

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Here’s a long meta on why I think sonething will happen this season finale regarding our Destiel ship. Crosspost from my Tumblr.

So this time last year I was binge watching SPN and it was my first time seeing it so I’m pretty new. Is it typical for the fans towards the end of the season to start talking about how their ships going to become canon? I don’t wanna get my hopes up…

Hey there Nonny 🙂

Guess we have something in common, because I started just over a year ago. Watched seasons 1-7 in under one month (in March, to be precise, so around that time last year I’d just reached S9) ^^

Anyways, to answer your question. I think there’s a lot of hope in there. Making a ship that has existed for a long time canon is something special – you don’t do that just like this some time within the season as plot side note. Many ships were either strongly hinted at or made canon in special episodes, season finales or series finales (that’s something I claim after 17 years of watching TV shows and shipping, and after approaching the subject scientifically by writing my Bachelor thesis about shipping).

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Please be aware that this is massive – bring some time if you want to read it (and it’s only the first part, lol).

Before the episode aired, there were teasers going around, one of them said that TSoT is a love letter to John Watson. Naturally, everyone, me included, assumed that this is a love letter from the show’s creators to John because he’s just as much an important person in a show where focus mostly rests on the titular main character Sherlock Holmes.

I don’t think anyone predicted that we could be wrong. This was a love letter to John Watson, all right. But not from the creators. It came right from said titular main character himself.

I wasn’t sure how to approach this review, but in the last one using headlines worked pretty well. This time though it won’t be about characters, but events. I hope it all makes sense. There might be repeats in there, but it is still the easiest way to do this review.

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At first, the title sounds like a promise. The last episode left us with a cliffhanger, but I felt with not much more story to tell, so it was natural to assume that the Neverland story will come to an end. Going Home? Sounds good. Sounds positive.

Alas, this is, after all, Once Upon a Time. And there is still half a season left. One should have known better.

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