ONC071: The Apprentice

ONC071: The Apprentice

In this episode we analyze episode 4 of season 4, entitled ‘The Apprentice’ and highlight all the themes and hidden Mickeys. How did we like this Fantasia-themed episode? What is Henry up to? Is he just helping his mom or is there more to it?

Join Fr. Roderick Vonhögen, David Handlos, Shelly Kelly and Lisa Jones for analysis and speculation!

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  1. Sharanya

    I very much wanted to rate this podcast on iTunes, but looks like the review is listed only in the India site (https://itunes.apple.com/in/podcast/sqpn-secrets-once-upon-time/id480552431?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4)

    So am posting my review here again to tells all of you how amazing this podcast is. A big Thank You 🙂

    I love listening to the SQPN podcast on the Secrets of OUAT. I’ve been watching this show for the last three years and am a major fan. I discovered this podcast only late last year and have been tuning in week after week for the amazing updates. In fact I’ve also downloaded all the old episodes and listen to them during the week. A big thank you to the amazing hosts of the show – Father Roderick, Lisa, Debra, Shelly, Inge and David (my apologies if I’ve left out anyone or misspelt anybody’s name) – for their expert analysis of each week’s episode. Their discussions are insightful, not biased to any particular character and a whole lot of fun!!!!! After listening to each podcast I invariably end up watching the episode again to catch all the clues and references that I miss while watching for the first time. I am a huge fan of all things Disney, but as I’m from India I did not have the access to all the Disney movies while growing up. So listening to this podcast fills in all the gaps that I would otherwise miss. Once again a big Thank You for this wonderful podcast. I would highly recommend it for any lover of the show Once Upon A Time. Keep up the great work and I will be coming back week after week.

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