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Once Upon a Time - Episode 6.11 - Tougher Than The Rest - Promos, 3 Sneak Peeks, Script Teases, Promotional Photos & Press Release

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Thanks to I'llloveOUATforever for the heads up.

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Sneak Peek [LQ]

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Sean Maguire as Robin of Locksley and Eion Bailey as Pinocchio/August

“Tougher Than the Rest” — With Snow still asleep in Storybrooke, David and Hook race to stop Gideon before he can confront Emma. Gideon makes a startling confession to Belle and Gold about his whereabouts while he was missing. Meanwhile, Regina struggles with the realization that everyone, perhaps even Robin, is better off in the alternate world where the Evil Queen was defeated. And when Emma inspires a familiar face to help her and Regina return home, she discovers the power to change her fate, on “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, MARCH 5 (8:00–9:00 p.m. EST), 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 the 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, Rebecca Mader as the Wicked Witch/Zelena and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.

Guest starring are Sean Maguire as Robin of Locksley, Eion Bailey as Pinocchio/August, Giles Matthey as Gideon, Wil Traval as the Sheriff of Nottingham, Mckenna Grace as Young Emma, Rustin Gresiuk as Young Pinocchio, Nancy Sivak as Helen and Gaalen Engen as Bar Patron.

“Tougher Than the Rest” was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Billy Gierhart.

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Once Upon a Fan Interview
Be Careful What You Wish For - Adam Horowitz & Eddy Kitsis Tease What's Next for Once Upon A Time's 6th Season

Queen Snow and King David revealed that the Wish version of the Evil Queen had been defeated. She was banished with no hope of returning, but they specifically said banished and not killed, so does that mean that there's an elderly version of the Evil Queen hobbling around somewhere?

Eddy Kitsis: There really is. And whether that's in a castle, on an island or somewhere else, there is an old Evil Queen out there.

Any chance we'll see her?

AH: Never say never.

Are there any other characters that you can tease that might get the AARP treatment, like an elderly Belle or anything like that?

EK: I will say that we know that we're gonna meet Hook.

EK: We are absolutely going to see what happened to Belle in the Wish Realm; in fact, in the premiere!

Aladdin and Jasmine took off for Agrabah, which in parts unknown, and we have yet to see Jafar in Storybrooke. Is he going to be making an appearance in Storybrooke and is the Agrabah story tied into anything with Jafar in Storybrooke?

EK: I can say this: where Agrabah went, why it went, what happened, and where's Jafar will all be shown, not just said, but shown in an episode in the middle of the run coming up. Second half we're going to be getting into all of that and finding out what happened to it.

TVGuide Interview
Thanks to Charlotte for the heads up.

Will we also see a lot more of the Black Fairy in the second half of the season?

Kitsis: Yup, we're going to see it all.

Now that we know Gideon is under the hood and he may be the person that kills Emma, will that cause any tension between her and Belle?

Kitsis: It's going to cause tension between all of them. What we sometimes forget is that Gold is actually Henry's grandpa, and they're all weirdly tied together. I think that you have Rumple and Belle looking out for their child, and you're going to have the Charmings looking out for Emma. I would say the family is going to be divided.

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Why would Gideon want to kill the Savior?

HOROWITZ: That’s a great question and that’s exactly the question that we hope the audience is asking, is “Why would he want to kill the Savior?” And that becomes a launching off point for a lot of the storytelling in the second half.

Rumple reunites with Belle and mentions that there’s this dark realm, where the Black Fairy has taken their son. Time doesn’t work right there. What can you tease of this realm and are we going there in the back half of the season?

HOROWITZ: I think that what you just described is the tease for the realm. It sounds like it’s a dark place, it sounds like things work in a screwy way there, and it has the Black Fairy there.
EDWARD KITSIS: Any land where the Black Fairy, the Dark Fairy, the darkest soul we’ve been teasing for six years, runs can’t be fun.
HOROWITZ: We intend to explore what that realm is, and see a little bit more of it, and learn more about Black Fairy as we go forward. Without giving away too much, it’s a safe bet to say we will be seeing more of the Black Fairy, and more of where she came from, and why she is doing the things that she is doing.

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