There is a town in Maine where every story book character you’ve ever known is trapped between two worlds, victims of a powerful curse. Only one knows the truth and only one can break the spell. Emma Swan is a 28-year-old bail bonds collector who has been supporting herself since she was abandoned as a baby. Things change for her when her son Henry, whom she abandoned years ago, finds her and asks for her help explaining that she is from a different world where she is Snow White’s missing daughter.
#that scene really got to me, because of the special meaning that feathers hold for Lana herself #like she said, they represent HOPE to her #and now Regina carries that hope of carving out a new story for herself #one with a better ending than her last
“A Bitter Draught” — When a mysterious man from the Land of Untold
Stories, who has a past with the Evil Queen, arrives in Storybrooke,
David and Snow work together with Regina to neutralize the threat. Belle
seeks Hook’s help finding a safe place to hide away from her husband,
Mr. Gold. The Evil Queen continues to try to win Zelena over to her
side, while Emma resumes her therapy sessions with Archie and shares her
terrifying vision of the future, on “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, OCTOBER
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 Lee Arenberg as Leroy/Grumpy, Raphael Sbarge as Dr.
Archie Hopper/Jiminy Cricket, Beverley Elliott as Granny, Craig Horner
as the Count of Monte Cristo, Andrea Brooks as Charlotte, Andrew Kavadas
as Baron Danglars, Craig Ericsson as butler, Olena Medwid as partygoer
#1 and Nadeen Lightbody as partygoer #2.
“A Bitter Draught” was written by Andrew Chambliss & Dana Horgan and directed by Ron Underwood.