The "Manhattan" episode of "Once Upon a Time" is shaping to be one epic episode full of surprised. On Feb. 14 Wetpaint shared an interesting and ominous piece of script with fans that really leaves a lot of questions unanswered and perhaps raises a few more. The piece of dialogue is between Henry and Mr. Gold who may or may not be Henry's grandfather. Here's the script in question;
Henry: "But you wouldn't have to worry about stuff, You'd just know."
Mr. Gold: "But that’s the great trap, the future is like a puzzle. With missing pieces. Difficult to read. And never what you think."
Could Gold be prophesying his own future? Many think that it will be determined in the "Manhattan" episode that Henry and Mr. Gold are related through Rumpelstiltskin's son, Bae. Many think, with the powers that Rumpelstiltskin already has, that he can already see the future, however, the future changes with each action that a person takes.
Gold could also be referring to the upcoming meeting with his son, Bae. When the two last saw each other, Rumpel refused to join the world without magic to be with his son. Obviously, he has some explaining to d, not only to his son, but possibly to the whole town of Storybrooke if Emma, Henry, or Bae decides to share anything about their New York adventure.
Are you excited to see how this episode plays out?