The one who can cut through those rock with her big ol' sword? King: I think you are right. What was Quirin trying to tell Varian in that letter? Make sure to tune in this Saturday to see the final episode of the first season of Tangled: The Series. This is especially true for Varian, though less true for the King. As for the season finale itself, even for a Disney Channel show, it managed to really feel grand like a finale should, especially with the action scenes and the big musical numbers. On the one hand, that leaves this finale feeling a bit hollow, as many of us were expecting these questions to be answered by now.
On the other hand, it does leave plenty of plot threads open for the upcoming second season, and thus makes us anticipate it all the more. The picture we get of the episode has Cassandra, Eugene, Rapunzel, Max, and Pascal looking quite serious or maybe even confused. Also, that mysterious gray haired lady at the end? Now that's going too far! Today we face a danger like none before. Flynn: How is what you are doing to Rapunzel any different than what was done to her for the past 18 years of her life? Keeping secrets from her and sending a secret squad of soldiers to nearly kill her is bad enough. She'd be cooler in a supporting mentor role rather than as yet another antagonist.
The one who's allegedly a part of the same secret society that Quirin was a part of? On the other hand, what makes him a weak villain is exactly what makes him his character. King: I realize how this situation may appear, but you must trust that I have no choice. So what we have seen so far Varian is only in this to save his father and feels like Rapunzel has let him down in this quest. I really hope she's going to be a supporting character and not the villain. It will also help us get a better understanding of the magic of the Sun Drop and Rapunzel.
You just won a magical fish. You could have wished for more fish. How would he even know. And let's even hope that their travels will involve running across other Disney characters. Don't forget that you and your kingdom almost froze over and that you trusted its fate on a fairy tale that may or may not have been real, and which may or may not have nearly cost the life of your closest childhood companion.
One interesting item is that Rapunzel does turn 19 in this episode, which puts it about one year after the events in Tangled. All these questions and more remain unanswered. He steals the golden flower from the vault thinking it will help him but it does not. King: No king would put the welfare of his family before that of his country. I want him to be the adorkable geeky sidekick to the other characters.
What exactly is the connection between Rapunzel's hair and those rocks? King: I look at you and I don't just see subjects. Wouldn't it be nice if we had real-life leaders who followed such advice rather than, you know, putting their own needs before everything else. Speaking of which, the weakest part of the finale, if there was a weak part, was with the villain himself. Rapunzel: It's like the rocks want us to follow them. So I can only hope they manage to give him a proper redemption.
You really have to wonder how Varian managed to create a serum to turn his pet raccoon into a were-raccoon. You can't really take him seriously as a threatening villain, try as he might, because, well, he's still the adorkable Varian that we all know and love. As your king, your friend, and as your brother, I ask you to fight one more time…for Corona! Well, let's hope they get to see more of these Seven Kingdoms. So when he tries to make himself look menacing and threatening, it has the same effect as a little kid dressing up in a Halloween costume trying to make himself look scary. Okay, so it's not exactly the answer that we've been anticipating. Rapunzel: How am I doing? I see friends, family, strong brave individuals who have stood by each other's side and have never ever backed down from a fight. That's probably why I'm hesitant to see him turn to the dark side.
If so, you just wasted a magical fish. What will free him from that crystal? Clearly none of that is in anyway contradictory whatsoever! The only possible way that he could have found out is if…he read my journal. Sorry, but this is all on him. You ate a magical fish? Cassandra: Seems like your dad found out that I was the one who snuck you out of Corona before your coronation, and, well, here I am. Since he was first introduced I liked him. I found out that my father has been lying to me for the past few months, a secret squad hunted us down in the dead of night, I destroyed my childhood home, and most recently, I committed treason while helping an extremely unstable alchemist steal the most powerful object in the seven kingdoms.