Here are the relationships from the show—romantic, platonic, genetic, Only this wasn't a normal custody battle, since Emma Swan was the. Captain Swan is the het ship between Captain Hook and Emma Swan from the Their relationship progresses in season 5 where not only do they exchange the . Killian goes to Captain Nemo for advice, but in doing so, Gideon traps him on . We're all about sexy Captain Hook on Once Upon a Time, and his relationship with Emma. After going through hell and back together this.
Why do Hook and Emma get special treatment here? Do other, perhaps even more deserving, characters just get the short end of the stick because they're not the hot couple? It certainly seems so. Sure, he didn't know her at first, and there were "extenuating circumstances" between his revenge on the crocodile, Cora owning his heart and so forth, but this is the kind of drama that doesn't make for a happy family Thanksgiving conversation-starter.
It seems like there should be some sort of threshold to mark where a relationship just becomes a ridiculous idea. Perhaps when one of your family members draws blood on your lover, or vice versa?
This is especially true for important things in life, like whether or not to have children, or whether or not to bring a woman who's supposed to be five feet under back to the future with you. Even Marty McFly knows that's a bad idea. Emma just couldn't listen to Hook about Marian, which led to Zelena's deception of Robin and ultimately the archer's demise.
Even if opposites attract, and they often do, they aren't usually between the strongest force of good and the person with assassination plans for half her town.
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The show already has this dynamic between Gold and Belle, not to mention the Queen and Robin, rendering it a little tiresome. As sheriff, it's also simply a conflict of interest for Emma to date Killian.
Oil and water can enjoy cohabitation in the same bottle, but they generally repel one another and won't mix with differences this big between them. It baffled fans to see Henry living with Regina during this weird pre-honeymoon honeymoon phase, particularly after Regina had proven herself a less-than-ideal custodian several times over. It's another piece of evidence that some fans use to prove that Emma seems to care more for Hook than her own son.
If a woman suddenly transformed her boyfriend into the Dark One against his consent, no matter her good intentions, it would be a pretty big deal. It's akin to someone who quit smoking after hundreds of years of smoking becoming a smoker again against his will. What is it with Once Upon a Time and women who force men to do things against their wishes? That's what Hook discovered when Emma went gaga over the pirate.
She was obviously more into Killian Jones than Henry's father Baelfire, the supposed love of her life who was only afforded a few brief years of happiness in his complicated, painful life. That's not to say that Emma or Killian never had it as rough, either, but at least they got their happily ever afters.
Neil merely got a tombstone and his father's empty promises. When they are sent back in time together, they have several intimate scenes. In one instance, to distract the past Hook, Emma tries to seduce him. Slightly jealous, present Hook doubts it will work. However, Emma states that she is "exactly his type. They clumsily kiss as they make their way to the bedchambers.
However, present Hook, who was on the ship as well, is jealous and knocks out past Hook. After they return to Storybrooke, Emma learns that he sacrificed his ship for her. So, she kisses him of her own will. Season 4 In the beginning of season 4, Emma pulls away from Hook. Hook confronts her outside of Granny's in "Rocky Road" 4x03 and they have a tender moment, ending with a passionate kiss.
Hook and Emma are now in a relationship. In the season finale, "Operation Mongoose Part 2" 4x22Emma reveals that she loves Hook to Regina after Hook is "killed" in an alternate universe, which was never really real.
Later, Emma then is unable to tell Hook she loves him. However, moments before she sacrifices herself for Regina, she finally tells him before becoming the dark one. Season 5 When Emma becomes the dark one, she is transported to Camelot, so everyone travels there to save her.
They meet up with Arthur, Guinevere, and Merlin. Merlin says he can take away Emma's darkness. However, he fails, and Hook is hurt badly. To save him, Emma turns him into the dark one, too.
She creates a curse to bring everyone back to Storybrooke, and she takes away everyone's memories. Soon, however, Zelena gives Hook back his memories and he is extremely angry at Emma. Emma does all she can to stop him from doing bad things, but she fails.
Hook summons all the past dark ones from the Underworld. But at one point, as Nimue, a past dark one, is harming Emma, Hook comes to his senses and sucks all the dark ones back into Excalibur. So that all the darkness will be destroyed forever, he tells Emma to kill him.
They share a kiss, and then Hook dies. Emma goes to see Rumpelstiltskin later and finds out the darkness was not destroyed but transferred back into Rumple. Enraged, Emma decides to go to the Underworld to bring Hook back. Emma and Hook's love is confirmed to be true when the two try to use the True Love Scale. Emma chooses to save Hook instead of her own heart, allowing them to pass the test.
At the end of the season finale, "An Untold Story" 5x23Emma decides to say those three little words, "I love you," to Killian without any battles or death between them. Season 6 During the first episode of the season, "The Savior" 6x01Emma starts to get visions of what she thinks is her future.4x22 Emma & Hook #5
Worrying about what it may hold, she ponders her future with Killian. After establishing they have true love, Emma and Killian take the next step in their relationship, moving in together as of "The Other Shoe" 6x In "Street Rats" 6x05Emma opens up about her visions and tells everyone the truth. When he finds out, Killian tries to do everything in his power to prevent her destiny from being fulfilled, which results in him keeping a secret from Emma.
Killian tells Emma the truth and she forgives him because she would have done the same thing. In "Murder Most Foul" 6x12Hook confides to Archie that he wants to marry Emma as well as showing him the ring that he plans on giving her, but he doesn't think David approves of him. Archie tells Hook to talk to David about it. At the end of the episode, David gives Killian his blessing to marry Emma. However, before he could say anything, Emma pulls out the ring that Killian planned on giving her and she says that there is nothing stopping them.
Before he has the chance to tell Emma the truth, he gets down on one knee and asks her to marry him, and she says yes.
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In "Page 23" 6x14Hook tries to burn his memories of killing David's father, but Emma catches him in the act. She tells him that he should have told her about what he did. Until he starts to trust her, they should take a break. Killian goes to Captain Nemo for advice, but in doing so, Gideon traps him on the Nautilus with Nemo and his crew. Worrying where he disappeared off to, Emma goes to Snow and Regina in an attempt to take her mind off Killian.
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Episodes later, during "Awake" 6x17Emma and Killian are reunited and he proposes once again. However, this time, he does it the right way. In the following episode, "Where Bluebirds Fly" 6x18Emma is cooking pancakes in their kitchen while Killian sneaks behind her.
He whispers in her ear "Something smells delicious," and Emma replies to that by saying "It's just from a box. They are about to deepen the kiss when Snow walks in on them. Less than ten seconds later, they break out into song! The final scene shows them holding onto each other as the dark curse draws nearer.
The curse alters Storybrooke, institutionalizing Emma and leaving only Henry and Gold "awake," while sending Emma's other allies to their original realms.
The final battle begins over Emma's belief; if she stops believing in the realms of story, they will be consumed by the Darkness and cease to exist.