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Once Upon a Time - Episode 6.15 - A Wondrous Place - Promo, 2 Sneak Peeks, Promotional Photos, Interviews & Press Release



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REGINA AND SNOW TEND TO EMMA’S BROKEN HEART WHILE HOOK SCRAMBLES TO FIND HIS WAY BACK TO STORYBROOKE, AND JASMINE TEAMS UP WITH ARIEL AS THE SEARCH FOR AGRABAH CONTINUES, ON ABC’S ‘ONCE UPON A TIME’

JoAnna Garcia Swisher Returns as Ariel Karen David Returns as Princess Jasmine

“A Wondrous Place” – When Hook finds himself trapped in another realm along with the Nautilus and her crew, he races to return to Emma before Gideon can execute the rest of his plan. In Storybrooke, Regina and Snow take Emma out to get her mind off Hook’s disappearance. And in a flashback to Agrabah, Jasmine befriends Ariel, and together they set out to locate Prince Eric as the threat from Jafar intensifies, on “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, APRIL 2 (8:00–9:00 p.m. EDT), 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 JoAnna Garcia Swisher as Ariel, Karen David as Princess Jasmine, Deniz Akdeniz as Aladdin, Oded Fehr as Jafar, Giles Matthey as Gideon, Faran Tahir as Captain Nemo, Gil McKinney as Prince Eric, Cedric De Souza as the Sultan, Nick Eversman as Liam, Zahf Paroo as Prince Achmed, Thomas Cadrot as Bartender, Shaun Omaid as Street Vendor and Jesse Stretch as Head Viking.

“A Wondrous Place” was written by Jane Espenson & Jerome Schwartz and directed by Steve Pearlman.
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“It’s really a moving, beautiful moment, where she finally accepts herself,” Parrilla continues. “The Evil Queen is feeling love for the first time, and it’s so foreign, and awkward, and weird, and scary, but then she hears what Regina says to her, which is, ‘You were right, you are a part of me, and I’m a part of you whether you like it or not, and now I love myself, which means so should you,’ and she embraces the Evil Queen, and they hug for the first time, and it’s just this beautiful moment between them, and they have this closure.”

The hour also offered an opportunity to show a side to the true Evil Queen that we’ve seldom seen before. “She’s this young girl who’s always wanted love, who’s always wanted to be accepted and understood, and she finally is by her light self, her other self, and it’s a beautiful unity between these two women,” Parrilla says. “It’s also a really important message I think to put out in the world, which is, we are complicated human beings, we possess both darkness and light in all of us, and in seeing these two women finally love and embrace one another, it’s very inspiring.”

“Emma’s reaction to Hook killing [Charming’s] father obviously isn’t good,” Morrison tells EW. “No one wants to find that out, but we do know that, like so many other characters on the show, he was a villain at some point and has been redeemed. A lot of time has passed and he’s a different person than he once was, so it isn’t shocking that there is something dark in his past. It’s just the way that it’s revealed to her that’s frustrating because she figures it out without him telling her. She wishes that he had come to her right away with it, and that’s part of what’s interesting about dealing with this dynamic now is that the stakes are high — they’re living together and they’ve been together for a long time.”



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