“Just say thank you.”
“The dirty 30.”
“You had me at ‘just give me the damn glock’.”
Moretti wants Grace to kill a witness protection informant who has been admitted to the hospital. Grace broods and has a dumb mother, a frosty mentor (Zeljko Ivanek of ‘Heroes’, ‘True Blood’ and ‘The Event’), a rival, a goob boyfriend and a friend in a friendly paroled former mob boss (William Forsythe of the 90’s version of ‘The Untouchables’).
Grace runs around trying to avoid murdering someone, has to explain pregnancy to a snotty teen via ‘Star Wars’ metaphors, feuds with her incompetent boss and gets chased by Moretti in his car that has a licence plate that says: Mor3tti. This has a cute title card, cheese, soap opera drama, lies, self righteousness and barely registers a pulse of credibility. There is an interesting twist and this was okay. For such a book smart person, Grace has incredibly bad judgment.
“Next time don’t rob a hardware store when you’re drunk.”
“He faceplanted in court this morning.”
“Nobody’s going to miss him, nobody.”
“How you feeling?”
“You’re the one who drove on my property waving a gun.”
“Nobody’s scared of you any...”
“You didn’t see anything. Go home.”
I don’t care about Hook or the whining, useless, pathetic Whale. The Storybrooke jerks want Greg dead. Igor shows up in flashback. Cora hangs out with Rumpy and Regina. Why does Regina listen to her mother? Are we supposed to care about Frankenstein and his monster? Belle tantrums and breaks her cup. When did everyone learn Whale was Frankenstein? Henry of all people wonders how Dr Frankenstein got caught up in the curse. Emma and Rumpy make plans. This was awful. This show has no moral purpose or drive; it is just drawing room entertainment. I don’t even care about the possibly interesting Greg plotline.
“Are you a philanthropist?”
“I ate my boyfriend.”
“You’ve been too bad for too long.”
“Who knows who else is in this town?”
“Know this and know it to be true. If any harm comes to Belle while I’m gone, I’m killing all of you.”