Once Upon a Time “Fruit of the Poisonous Tree” Review

Be careful what you wish for. You would think that after watching thousands of wishes go wrong, a genie would know that adage better than anyone. But as we saw in "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree," this week’sOnce Upon a Time, love makes fools out of everyone, even all powerful beings.

While in Storybrooke, Emma grudgingly teams up with Sidney (who we all thought was just the human representation of the Mirror on the Wall) in a bid to bring Regina down after she purposely destroys Henry’s play castle and (possibly) steals his book of fairy tales. They think they have her when theydiscover she’s withdrawn $50,000.00 from the town’s account and given it to Mr. Gold for some land, but Regina saves herself at the last second and uses the money and the land to build a playground for the town’s children. The damage is done though; Regina orders Emma to stay away from Henry (like that will happen) and we learn that Sidney has been playing Emma all along. He’s really working for Regina. Read More...



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