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- Adam: Let's let Belle and Rumple kiss a few times in S2...but we have to make sure she forgets and also let's give him some steamy flashbacks with Cora.
- Eddy: And let's show them in the same bed, but never together.
- Adam: And let's make him go to Neverland to "die." And then he survives. They can kiss like, once.
- Eddy: And now he dies. But Belle brings him back. And Bae dies.
- Adam: Make sure Zelena has control over him and tears him from Belle.
- Eddy: Let's have them have a steamy kiss too.
- Jane: Why don't we let them-
- Adam: No.
- Emilie: Could we please-
- Eddy: No.
- Robert: How about Emilie and I have our own feckin' show with Jane as our head producer, eh? Fuckin' bowls of soup.
Notably absent from “Beauty and the Beast” is the motif that so often appears in other subtypes, the requirement that the female obey the male in not looking at him or betraying the secret of his identity. No tasks are set for her. She is allowed to come and go, is indeed asked at first whether she came of her own free will, and is *requested* to return for the Beast’s sake. The Beast assumes a passive role and Beauty and active one. The Beast basically sits around waiting to be rescued by the handsome princess. Betsy Hearne - “Beauty and the Beast - Versions and Revisions of an Old Tale” (via corseque)
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