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Really loved the idea of turning familiar fairy tales on their heads and putting own interpretations on them and the show early on clearly had clearly had a ball. Watched it without fail every time it came on and it was often a highlight of the week. Which was why it was sad when it ran out of ideas and lost its magic in the later seasons.
After the brilliant previous episode "Save Henry", one of the best episodes of Season 3 and even among the best 'Once Upon a Time' episodes or at least of the early seasons that had everything that makes 'Once Upon a Time' so addictive and what it stands for, "The New Neverland" is something of a disappointment.
Not a disappointment in that it's terrible, actually it's pretty decent.
It's disappointing in that after such brilliance in "Save Henry" it doesn't live up to as high a quality, among the season's lesser episodes for me and that it contains a few of the faults that can be present in 'Once Upon a Time' and generally what Season 3 had been generally good at not doing.
Starting with "The New Neverland's" issues, some will not be satisfied in that not much seems to have moved forward in both characterisation and storytelling, a notable exception being the whole stuff with Peter and Henry a shock when first introduced and it's developing nicely. There is not much new here and not many surprises, some of it reinforces what is already known for instance the Snow White, Charming and Regina plot line feels like it's going round in circlesmaking things feel somewhat predictable.
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Found also that there was an over-reliance on the flashbacks, which were significantly less interesting than the rest of the episode. The basic story though is dull and things feel somewhat repetitive.
My next complaint is going to seem to some people more like a nit-pick, but it is hard not to say anything when it is so distracting that it takes you out of the episode and jars with everything else. It may sound as if "The New Neverland" was bad. There were some not so good episodes especially "In the Name of the Brother" and "Tiny" and ones that should have been great but only decent.
The introductions of new characters and their stories had mixed success, mostly successful but there was sometimes a trying to do too much vibe.
There were also however some really interesting ideas and plot developments that actually progressed, cleverer connections between fairy tale flashbacks and Storybrooke plotting, efforts in giving more dimension to characters and forwarding their development and generally the writing and acting came on such a long way since 'Once Upon a Time' first started. Season 3's premiere "The Heart of the Truest Believer" doesn't do anything to waste what was set up before, the plotting and characters continue to forward in development and even with a lot going on and having a lot of elements and characters over-stuffing is far from an issue here.
The story is told in a way that's darkly twisted fresh and entertaining. And there is a very interesting, and not disrespectful considering the premise of the show, interpretation of Peter.
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This Peter is a darker, more manipulative but also conflicted, with questionable motivations but ones where it's not so hard seeing how he came to be that way, version, not the reasonably likeable and mischievous but flawed and cocky Peter Barrie imagined and that fans are used to. Other standouts are the opening with Emma here a likeable and relatable character, not the frustrating one from Season 2 and how Rumplestiltskin is used, always one of 'Once Upon a Time's' best characters but portraying him with not having not so obvious motivations and not being part of the group gave him a lot of distinction.
The existing characters have enough to do too and there is a lot going on but handled very neatly and not in a way that feels convoluted or like "too many cooks spoil the broth". The connections between fairy tale and reality and past and present continue to be neatly done and cohesive. Can't fault the acting, especially Robert Carlyle enjoying himself hugely as alwaysRobbie Kay and Jennifer Morrison with the best acting she did up to this point of 'Once Upon a Time', one feels sorry for Emma here and relates to her emotional situation.