Have a choice between two loves? Sometimes we choose well.
This show provides examples of: Criminals and villains aside, almost everyone in Corona adores Rapunzel. The King still has flashbacks to when Gothel stole his baby girl, and he could only call the guards for help.
Red and Angry are two orphaned kids looking no older than 8 forced into a life of crime, and they are being hunted down by a group of older bandits. Rapunzel and Eugene are interrupted quite a few times before getting a moment all to themselves in the pilot movie. Always Save the Girl: Frederic ordered his men to uproot the Sundrop anyway, though to be fair the consequences only appeared decades later.
In "Freebird," upon realizing that there is only one egg left to turn either herself or Cassandra back into a human, Rapunzel unhesitatingly chooses Cassandra. Angry, one of the orphan thieves from "Big Brothers of Corona", may have some Asian heritage in her ethnic background based on her facial features, and to a lesser extent, due to the fact that Eugene nicknamed her "Angry" and her real name is unknown.
And I Must Scream: Vengeance feels empty and is a lonely miserable road to walk, with the only company sometimes being people who encourage you to continue acting toxic. Heavily borrows a few elements of anime, such as large eyes and speed lines.
Notably, the King and Queen were The Voiceless during the film, but have speaking roles in the series. Shorty even moves up from the role of cameo character to comic relief.
As Long as It Sounds Foreign: In "King Pascal", the Lorbs, a tribe of miniature talking leaves, say such ersatz German- or Dutch-sounding words as "kloopenhogen" to refer to their king, "freinfloofer" for servants, and "schmoovenvizens" for cheeks. Rather than CGI as in the film and its sequel, the series is 2D animated.
In "Freebird," Rapunzel and Cassandra - and later the rest of the crew - run into a pair of strangers in the woods who transform them into birds with intent to collect them. This refers to a Running Gag from earlier in the episode, where Maximus got "a face full of pheromones", and was pursued by a swarm of bees.
Varian initially is a geeky ally of Rapunzel, but his obsession to impress his father ends up leading him to unintendedly freeze his father in amber during an argument.
In the pilot movie, Lady Caine is defeated and Eugene agrees to wait until Rapunzel is ready to tie the knot, but the King forbids her from leaving the kingdom without his permission. The season 1 premiere involves a villain trying to kidnap the King.
The season 1 finale involves a villain succeeding in kidnapping the Queen. The mysterious black rocks in the "What the Hair? Both Sides Have a Point: As to whether or not Rapunzel should have the freedom to do as she pleases.
She just wants a bit more freedom to explore and live. Arianna tries to provide a buffer between the two, but Rapunzel feels stifled with the endless lessons and guard retinue, while Fredric gets more frantic.
Fredric is less than thrilled to find out his daughter sneaked out at night, past the wall, without his permission. He points out that not only did she disobey him, and is hiding an accomplice, but her actions led to her long golden hair, the thing that led to Gothel stealing her, returning.
Thus, while she can move as she likes within the Corona walls, she can only leave the kingdom with his permission. Regarding the black rocks, how they should have been handled and if it was worth saving the queen and her baby.
Frederic knew that uprooting the Sundrop Flower to save Arianna and baby Rapunzel would bring about debilitating consequences, as he was strictly warned by Quirin about it.
He even said himself that he tried to suppress the reality of these black rocks threatening the kingdom. Rapunzel is ignorant of what it means to be booed by someone, so Cassandra explains: It means someone hates you.
Way to sugarcoat it, Cass. As a sequel series to Tangledthe cartoon contains more than a few references to the movie: Eugene continues the Running Gag of opening the narration by claiming that this is the story of how he died.
The last verse in both songs is slowed down and takes a more contemplative and melancholy tone.
During both openings, Pascal indicates his desire to go beyond the boundaries of their home.The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Kindle edition by Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows.
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