Fans have been looking forward to this episode for a very long time. “Good Form” aired on “Once Upon A Time” on Sunday Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. and took viewers on a journey to Hook’s past and as well as finally confirming his feelings for Emma.
David/Prince Charming is aware of Hook’s interest in his daughter, Emma, but given that he is a notorious pirate, David warns him away. Still, Hook does his best to save David from the poison coursing through his veins and takes him to a place where a secret cure can be found. Before David reaches the summit, Peter Pan appears to Hook and offers him a deal too good to be true. Swear his loyalty to Pan by killing David before the poison does and Pan will allow Hook to leave Neverland with one person, his love, Emma.
Hook neither agrees nor refuses the offer but instead saves David with magical water from the secret spring. The catch is David can never leave Neverland – something which David agrees to before drinking the water. How could Hook kill David and hope to win her heart?
Back at camp, David tells the group that Hook saved his life back when they fought the Lost Boys and that he needs to be recognized for his heroics. David doesn’t disclose the details of how Hook really saved him but feels it is important that they know he really is a good guy.
This leads to an exchange between Hook and Emma. She thanks Hook for saving her father’s life. He cajoles her into a more demonstrative display of gratitude, teasing that she couldn’t handle him. She grabs his coat collar, pulls him to her and kisses him passionately. When the kiss ends, it is clear that Hook is completely smitten.
Emma, however, says as she walks away, it will never happen again.
Say it isn’t so! While we love Emma and Neal together, there is something tantalizing about her being with Hook, too. Tune in when “Once Upon A Time” airs Sundays, at 7 p.m. on ABC to find out how the Captain Swan relationship develops. Check back often for updates, news and spoilers as they become available.
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