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Once Upon A Time S&S #76: The real world is closing in to steal their secret


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CAST
Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan
Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret
Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David
Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold
Lana Parrilla as Evil Queen/Regina
Jared Gilmore as Henry
Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood/Ruby
Emilie de Ravin as Belle
Colin O'Donoghue as Captain Hook


CREW
Adam Horowitz, executive producer and writer
Jane Espenson, writer
Liz Tigelaar, writer
Andrew Chambliss, writer

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Master storytellers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz ("Lost," "Tron: Legacy") invite everyone to Storybrooke, Maine, a small town that probably won't show up on one's GPS, but it's a place where magic is coming!

To ensure that no one in fairytale land – especially Snow White – had any more "happily ever afters," Evil Queen Regina cast a curse which trapped the fairytale characters, frozen in time, and brought them into our modern world. Although still alive, they had no knowledge of their former selves and were sleepwalking through life – ageless -- for 28 years, until a savior arrived in the form of Emma Swan. Unbeknownst to Emma, she was the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, who had whisked her out of fairytale land and into our world as an infant to save her from the curse. Abandoned as a baby, Emma's life was anything but magical; her last job was as a bail bondsperson, but she mostly drifted without much of a life plan. When her 10-year-old son, Henry -- whom she had given up for adoption years earlier -- appeared on her doorstep with a book of fairytales and a wild story about how Emma was the progeny of fairytale characters trapped in a town called Storybrooke, she thought he was crazy. But curiosity got the better of her, and when she brought Henry back to the town – where Regina, ever the control freak, had made herself mayor and was also Henry's adoptive mother -- Emma soon discovered that Storybrooke was more than it seemed. Over time she came to believe the stories were true, began to see cracks in the curse, and was finally able to break it.

Reality and myth were merged as the fairytale characters began awakening, once the curse was lifted, and remembered who they were. But to their dismay they were not transported back to fairytale land. And to make matters worse, Rumplestiltskin – aka Mr. Gold – in an effort to gain the upper hand in his power struggle with Regina, introduced magic into the town. In fairytales magic has its place, but in our world it can have unfathomable consequences. Now the fairytale characters must contend with magic in their quest to find a way home, as new fairytale characters are revealed, old acquaintances are revisited, and some we had come to believe could be trusted will turn against their own kind.

"Once Upon a Time" stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood/Ruby and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.






UPCOMING EPISODES

2.18 Selfless, Brave and True



MARY MARGARET DISCOVERS THAT AUGUST HAS BEEN HIDING AWAY FROM THE OTHERS AND IS COMPLETELY MADE OUT OF WOOD, AND EMMA IS SHOCKED WHEN NEAL INVITES HIS FIANCÉE, TAMARA, TO COME TO STORYBROOKE, ON ABC'S "ONCE UPON A TIME"
Eion Bailey Guest Stars as August

"Selfless, Brave and True" - While Mary Margaret goes off on her own in an attempt to come to grips with what she did to Cora and how her deed has affected her, she stumbles upon August, who has hidden himself away from the others and is completely made of wood -- ashamed at the actions he has taken in life; and Emma is shocked when Neal invites his fiancée, Tamara, to come to Storybrooke. Meanwhile, before the curse was cast, August is introduced to a man of magic who may be able to prevent him from turning back into wood -- but at a steep price -- on "Once Upon a Time," SUNDAY, MARCH 24 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"Once Upon a Time" stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O'Donoghue as Hook, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood/Ruby, and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.

Guest starring are Tony Amendola as Geppetto/Marco, Keegan Connor Tracy as Mother Superior/Blue Fairy, Michael Raymond-James as Neal Cassidy, Eion Bailey as August W. Booth, Ethan Embry as Greg Mendell, Sonequa Martin-Green as Tamara, Dianne Doan as Isra, Peter Kawasaki as orderly, Rick Tae as doctor, Manny Jacinto as Quon, Tzi Ma as The Dragon and Jakob Davies as Pinocchio.

"Selfless, Brave and True" was written by Robert Hull & Kalinda Vazquez and directed by Ralph Hemecker.
  • For episode #218 of Once Upon a Time, a guest role (preferably with an Asian accent) is being cast: The Healer. He's 60, mystical, powerful, helpful to those in trouble, and makes predictions that can be difficult to understand. (Source)
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2.19 Lacey
  • These 2 roles are being cast for episode 2.19: A Thief, who is male, 30 years old, brave, honorable and steals magic from Rumpelstiltskin; and Keith, who is 35, bitter due to a hard life, and likes to chase women. (Source)

2.20 The Evil Queen



2.21 Second Star to the Right
  • For episode 2.21, the role of Heidi is being cast. She's 13, British, and also described as being compassionate, mischievous, and somewhat naive about how dangerous the world can be. (Source)


2.22 Straight on 'Til Morning
  • For Once Upon a Time episode 2.22, a few teen boy roles are being cast that might be recurring. One of the boys is named Felix, and he's their leader. (Source)







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SEASON 2 SPOILERS
  • We will find out about the book and who wrote it.
  • There are “major plans” for Cora this season (possible 3-episode arc)
  • Question: I have a burning Once Upon a Time question — was the outside world affected when the curse was broken? —Jen
    Ausiello: That’s what EP Adam Horowitz referred to as “an excellent question” when it was lobbed to him at Comic-Con over the weekend.
    “I think the best way to answer that,” he responded, “is to say that that will be explicated rather quickly.” Explicate: To analyze and develop (an idea or principle) in detail. (Source)
  • Question: Any scoop on August from Once Upon a Time? Please don’t say they’re not bringing him back. —Rae
    Ausiello: “We are definitely going to tell what happened to Pinocchio,” EP Edward Kitsis assured us at Con. “The last we saw, he was wood.”
    Added Horowitz: “We gotta figure out what happened to him. We started the story and we intend to finish it.” (source)
  • Alexa: What's next for Snow and Charming on OUAT?! Please tell me they won't be getting new love interests!
    Relax! It seems like the show's creators are more interested in exploring the relationship between the couple and their daughter than any prospective love interests. "There's a lot of challenges, in terms of this new relationship with their daughter. Rather than focusing on last season, where it was they didn't know who each other were and whether they'll get together and will we overcome the Kathryn of it all, this year it's a whole different set of challenges that this new familial relationship presents," Adam Horowitz explains. (Source)
  • Loved the Once Upon a Time midseason finale. What's coming up when the show returns? — Joan
    NATALIE: The Charming family has been reunited, but look for more bad news on the horizon. When we asked Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison about the joyous reunion, they both offered up ominous answers that may or may not have to do with the arrival of Hook and Cora. "It's, of course, short-lived because yet another obstacle is going to be thrust between all of these characters," Goodwin says, with Morrison adding, "New terrible things need to happen for us to work out." Any guesses as to what's in store for the Storybrooke gang?
  • COMING UP NEXT | "No one's going to be happy" about the arrival of the pirate brig's passengers, says Jennifer Morrison. "It's too much of a threat to everything that we care about." Speaking in character, she adds, "I don’t really know that much about all these people from this other land, but I do know that those two are dangerous, so I'm certainly not going to want them anywhere near my kid." Also, as revealed in recent weeks: Mulan, Prince Phillip and Smee will each make encores; viewers will meet Dr. Frankenstein's father and brother (played by Gregory Itzin and Chad Collins); Emma's baby daddy Neal Cassidy will be seen again; and Ethan Embry (Can't Hardly Wait) and Sonequa Martin-Green (The Walking Dead) will surface in secret roles. (Source)
  • Will anything surprise us about the upcoming episodes of Once Upon a Time? — Megan
    NATALIE: We know that the flashbacks lead to Regina enacting the curse, but coming trips to the past may surprise you. "We're going to show you some things in our world that you didn't even think were an option," executive producer Edward Kitsis says. Will we see flashbacks to other lands — say, Oz? Kitsis remains coy. "[They'll] center on our characters, but in surprising ways." (Source)
  • Now that Once Upon a Time‘s Hook is out in the open, will we get to see him interact with the other residents of Storybrooke? –Stefanie
    You mean, presuming he survived getting mowed down by The Outsider, right? (Of course he lives.) Well, to perhaps – perhaps! – answer your question, I’ll offer up this scooplet. “Emma’s love life is going to get really complicated,” series cocreator Adam Horowitz told me last week. In fact, across Storybrooke at large, he said, “The permutations of romance will continue to turn as we move forward.” (Source)
  • Ausiello: Yes! While speaking with Josh Dallas about this week’s David/Charming-heavy episode, Matt Mitovich picked his brain about Brothers & Sisters alum John Pyper-Ferguson’s character, who thus far has only been described as the widowed father to a young boy. “I can’t tell you anything,” Dallas hedged. “Just know that he’s an outsider.” Speaking of outsiders, Dallas was slightly more forthcoming with a status report on wayward driver Greg Mendell, played by Ethan Embry. “In this Sunday’s episode, you see Greg grilling Belle about what she actually saw that night at the car accident,” he said, musing: “Hmm, why does he want to know…?” (Source)
  • What time will the Once Upon a Time Lightning Round article be posted? —Hannah JoAnn, via Twitter
    NATALIE: Soon, Hannah. Better yet, because I'm feeling generous today, I will give you a sneak preview! Will poor Belle ever get her memories back? The answer is... yes! "If it was permanent, that would be the most bleak end," executive producer Edward Kitsis says, noting that how Gold helps her gets her memory back will certainly be a story line to watch out for. Let's take a moment to breathe a sigh of relief. Good? OK. (Source)
  • Any plans for Mulan to return to Once? — Alyson
    “We’re not going to rule anything out and there are some surprises we want to keep in store for characters who may be coming back later in the season,” says executive producer Adam Horowitz. “So we’re not going to rule anything out nor will we confirm or deny.” Source
  • Now that Once Upon a Time‘s Emma has disappointed Henry by lying to him about his father, will Regina have a chance to really reconnect with her son? –Vicki
    That is totally where I thought this was going, too, but it appears we’re both wrong. As Jennifer Morrison explained to me, “Unfortunately for Regina at this point, she is so wrapped up in her own sort of mess with her mother being in town and the complications of that relationship, and sort of her failing at trying to not use magic, she sort of misses seeing her opportunity [with Henry]. She does make a move to get him back, but she doesn’t necessarily make the most strategic move, based on the circumstances.” (Source)
  • Once Upon a Time | Since many – myself included – have speculated that Cora cast some sort of spell on her daughter, and that’s why Regina seems to have abandoned her redemption tour, I asked the series’ creators if we are onto something. Short answer: Nope. As Eddy Kitsis reminds, “In Episode 9, we saw Regina say, ‘I have to kill you, Mother. Your grip on my heart is too strong.’ So while the audience is right to be wary of Cora, and Regina is right to be wary of her mother’s true intentions, we can never forget how important the need to get your mom’s approval and love is.” Adam Horowitz meanwhile offered this teaser for fans of Lana Parrilla’s ever-unpredictable alter ego: “We’re going to see some Regina unleashed!” Source
  • OMG, is Once Upon a Time going to Neverland?! —Jayma
    NATALIE: Based on the final two episode titles, it certainly sounds like it. But I have some bad news about the finale. If last year's was about breaking the curse, this year's is a little more ominous than that. "At the end of last year, Mr. Gold said magic was coming. Now that magic is here, it always comes with a price. In the finale, we'll see that price," executive producer Edward Kitsis tells me. Does that mean someone is going to die? Executive producer Adam Horowitz adds, "We should always be worried about death, but I would say that there are things to be worried about that you are probably not worried about yet, but you will be!" Source
  • Will Neal’s fiancée play a role in future Once Upon a Time episodes? –Devin
    Yes — though probably not in quite the way you expect. And that’s all I’ll say, for now, on the matter… so here’s series cocreator Eddy Kitsis, pre-PaleyFest: “Tamara’s not going anywhere anytime soon…. We’re very excited for the audience to see what she’s all about.” (Ooh, Devin, you came so close to asking the question I have a tantalizing response for. Maybe next week….) Source.
  • I know we’re going to see Regina and Snow feuding more than ever now that Snow killed Cora, but are we going to get to see Regina mourn a little? -- Trish
    For sure. In fact, Lana Parrilla tells me that even though we’ll see Regina having a bit of a “one track mind” when it comes to revenge, “you’re definitely going to see [her pain.] There’s a moment of grieving and mourning her mother’s passing,” she says. Source



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Yeah it was, but thanks for bringing it over here anyway. .

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Thanks for posting those pics, lovebird. So glad we're finally getting some new stuff. Can anyone tell what picture they are looking at in the book? Is it a picture of Bae?
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Thanks for posting those pics, lovebird. So glad we're finally getting some new stuff. Can anyone tell what picture they are looking at in the book? Is it a picture of Bae?
I think so, this scene seems to be explaining to Tamara the entire situation using the book.
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MARY MARGARET DISCOVERS THAT AUGUST HAS BEEN HIDING AWAY FROM THE OTHERS AND IS COMPLETELY MADE OUT OF WOOD, AND EMMA IS SHOCKED WHEN NEAL INVITES HIS FIANCÉE, TAMARA, TO COME TO STORYBROOKE, ON ABC'S "ONCE UPON A TIME"

Eion Bailey Guest Stars as August

"Selfless, Brave and True" - While Mary Margaret goes off on her own in an attempt to come to grips with what she did to Cora and how her deed has affected her, she stumbles upon August, who has hidden himself away from the others and is completely made of wood -- ashamed at the actions he has taken in life; and Emma is shocked when Neal invites his fiancée, Tamara, to come to Storybrooke. Meanwhile, before the curse was cast, August is introduced to a man of magic who may be able to prevent him from turning back into wood -- but at a steep price -- on "Once Upon a Time," SUNDAY, MARCH 24 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"Once Upon a Time" stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O'Donoghue as Hook, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood/Ruby, and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.

Guest starring are Tony Amendola as Geppetto/Marco, Keegan Connor Tracy as Mother Superior/Blue Fairy, Michael Raymond-James as Neal Cassidy, Eion Bailey as August W. Booth, Ethan Embry as Greg Mendell, Sonequa Martin-Green as Tamara, Dianne Doan as Isra, Peter Kawasaki as orderly, Rick Tae as doctor, Manny Jacinto as Quon, Tzi Ma as The Dragon and Jakob Davies as Pinocchio.

"Selfless, Brave and True" was written by Robert Hull & Kalinda Vazquez and directed by Ralph Hemecker.

Once Upon a Time - Episode 2.18 - Selfless, Brave and True - Press Release (Spoilers)
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TFTNT!!

Elsa thanks you for the pictures!
So they are telling Tamara the truth about who they really are.

I think the picture of the book is Bae.
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Nice try Tamara, but I'm positive you know all about that book.
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Elsa thanks you for the pictures!
So they are telling Tamara the truth about who they really are.

I think the picture of the book is Bae.
Yeah, it seems to be little Bae.
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I agree that it wasn't wrong for Snow to kill Cora. Cora would have definitely killed them all and even if Snow had forced her to do the right thing by controlling her with her heart, there would be no guarantee that Cora couldn't be freed at some point and get her revenge.

However, I think the manner that Snow killed her is what was so dark. She tricked Regina into killing her own mother. That's pretty twisted and what made it worse is that she made Regina think that this action would finally give her Cora's love and provide her with a happy ending. You can argue that Regina got what she deserved because she killed Snow's father, but that would mean Snow did what she did out of revenge. That's pretty dark too. I agree it was the only way to kill Cora, but it forced Snow to do an evil act. I think it was another moment on the show that proved that nothing is black and white and no character can be purely good or purely evil. When you're up against an enemy like Cora you have to make some internal sacrifices to defeat that enemy.
Agreed. That's precisely what disturbed me the most the way Cora died.

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So I think the dark spot on Snow's heart is genuine, not something she created with her own mind. But I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing.
Snow had to learn the hard way that sometimes to protect the people you love you have to make difficult decisions. I also think that Regina's statement that "once you darken your heart it gets darker and darker" is false. I think Regina thinks that because she made the decision to continue doing evil acts that became more deadly and selfish as she went through her life.

I think Snow has a decision to make now that she knows that she is capable of dark acts. Will she let herself become darker or will she take her realization that she isn't so pure and continue protecting and loving her family the best that she can.
What I think they were going for with that scene is that once you break through a mind block that kept you from doing something you were so against doing for so long, you naturally feel less troubled to consider doing it again and again and again. It's not that Snow will suddenly become evil, it's that now she'll have to fight the temptation to take the easy way out of her problems.

Take drugs, for example. It's easy to reject them when you've never experimented, but once you do chances are you'll enjoy the quick satisfaction they give and feel compelled to abuse them more and more...

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I think they could go both ways with that. Kurt is a visitor to Storybrooke, not a part of the curse, so it could be argued that he aged where ever Regina has been keeping him. OR it might be explained that he didn't age because she was affected by the curse. In the beginning of 2.17, we saw the dark magic cloud that brough Storybrooke, cover Kurt and Owen in their tent. Maybe it will be explained that affected them too, but Owen started aging again when he left the town.

Also, not so certain that Kurt is in the asylum. I think it's a good explanation, but maybe Regina sent him to another realm to get rid of him. After all, she couldn't risk him escaping and running out of town to expose Storybrooke.
This was in the Lightning Round 5, though:

Might we see more of Regina's asylum and who else might be in there?
Horowitz: That's an interesting question. We very well might.


Kurt seems to fit the bill.

About Greg, I've been thinking. They're sure to show us the big Greg/Regina confrontation still in this season, as the alternative would be waiting for next season's Winter Finale. The best placement for this would be, IMO, episode 20, "The Evil Queen", as I doubt there'll be much room for it in episodes 21 and 22, with the Neverland stuff and all. That means Greg'll surely have figured out exactly who she is by then, as it'd be asinine to face her when he's gotten proof that she has magical powers (though a nerd like him is probably considering alien, mutant or bitten by a radioactive spider, in this order, before witch! ).

My guess? The scene with Emma and Regina where Emma's holding the book in "Lacey", I suspect Greg may be spying on them. He then gets a hold of the book somehow, which'll promptly flood him with information like it did to Emma.

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Are we to believe August meets the mystic guy in FTL as a boy and then in Phuket as an adult? How the hell would this guy escape the curse? He found another enchanted tree the Blue Fairy didn't know about?

I hope they don't start adding too many fugitives to the curse, or it'll start to feel stupid that so many people were caught by it.

Oh, and thanks for the pictures!

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Thanks for posting the press release. I assume they meant before the curse was broken rather than "before the curse was cast," or I've misunderstood the timeline somewhere. If Robert and Kalinda are penning this episode, I suppose Lacey might be written by David Goodman and/or Daniel Thomsen.
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Thanks for posting the press release. I assume they meant before the curse was broken rather than "before the curse was cast," or I've misunderstood the timeline somewhere. If Robert and Kalinda are penning this episode, I suppose Lacey might be written by David Goodman and/or Daniel Thomsen.
Yes they meant before the curse was broken or they just didn't fact check the press release .
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It's not that Snow will suddenly become evil, it's that now she'll have to fight the temptation to take the easy way out of her problems.
I don't think this was an easy decision or thing to do though, and it wasn't easy even before Cora actually died. And I'd still like the writers to lay out what would have been the better choice- let Cora become The Dark One? Or let Rumple die?
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I don't think this was an easy decision or thing to do though, and it wasn't easy even before Cora actually died. And I'd still like the writers to lay out what would have been the better choice- let Cora become The Dark One? Or let Rumple die?
That was an easy and obvious choice.
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