It’s crazy how dark they have made the entire Peter Pan story in this show. Peter Pan (played by Robbie Kay) is a total villain and Captain Hook (played by Collin O’Donoghue) is working with the good side. Henry (played by Jared Gilmore) obviously gets played as a fool by Pan and Emma (played by Jennifer Morrison) is in the middle of Hook and Neal (played by Michael Raymond-James) fighting over her. Sometimes in this show there are too many storylines going on all at once. This episode is an example of that. We had Henry following Pan’s minion, Emma, Neal and Hook’s situation, Charming (played by Josh Dallas) and Snow (played by Ginnifer Goodwin) fighting over Charming lying to her, Rumple (played by Robert Carlyle) and Regina (played by Lana Parrilla) waiting for Ariel (played by JoAnna Garcia Swisher), and Ariel and Belle (played by Emilie de Ravin) trying to get the item that Rumple needs. It was just too much to take all at once. But all of the storylines gave us a good insight to what might possibly happen next episode.
He’s back. Even though we didn’t see The Governor (played by David Morrissey) until the end of the episode, it was so rewarding to finally see him. A lot of things went down in this episode, like people dying from illness and Glenn (played by Steven Yeun) almost dying and finding out that Carol (played by Melissa McBride) will no longer be with the prison. The only people who know at this point won’t matter until Daryl (played by Norman Reedus) finds out because they were a “thing.” The episode was high intensity because Glenn, one of the main characters, almost died. But now Maggie (played by Lauren Cohan) has entered the sick chambers. Thankfully the crew that went out to get the medicine has come back and they hope that with the medicine they’ll be able to help cure whatever the heck these people have. But all that really matters is that The Governor is back.