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Whether it is on social media or in person I often think when I am conversing or interacting with someone how special it is that out of 8 billion souls that have reincarnated on this planet at this time that my path has somehow crossed with theres and that energetically we are surfing the same frequency. It honestly blows my mind the people & connections in which I continue to attract into my reality time & time again.Ah I am blessed. #cocreators p.s I want this salad NOW~ photo CRED by @elletayla mmm 👅

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Merida, Mulan and Red Riding Hood Storm Camelot on Once Upon a Time

Oncers, take a deep breath. On a special two-hour Once Upon a Time airing on Sunday, Nov. 15, not one but two beloved characters will make their return to the series: Mulan, the bisexual Chinese warrior, and Ruby, the show’s sassy, animorphing Little Red Riding Hood.

The event, which is actually separate stories woven together with a connecting plot thread, begins with an exploration of the choices Emma (Jennifer Morrison) has made as the Dark One in Camelot. “Viewers are going to get a pretty big reveal on the mystery of what has been happening and why she is doing what she is doing,” cocreator Edward Kitsis hints. “We’ll be answering more questions than we’ll be posing.”

But the magic really begins in the second hour as Mulan (Jamie Chung) and Ruby (Meghan Ory) each makes her first appearance of the season. (Chung was away in part because of NBC’s Believe, while Ory spent time on CBS’s Intelligence; both shows are now dead.) When we last saw Mulan in Season 3, she was heartbroken over Aurora and was off to join Robin Hood’s posse. Those Merry Men have gotten plenty of screen time in recent seasons, but Mulan was nowhere to be found. “We’re going to catch up to what she’s been doing for the last couple of years, and we’re going to get a piece of her backstory that we never knew,” Kitsis says. The same can be said for Ruby, who will be in “a dire situation” when we first see her again, says cocreator Adam Horowitz.

As to what exactly the ladies will be up to, Kitsis and Horowitz are tight-lipped but do reveal that the two fan favorites’ triumphant comeback will take them on a journey with Merida, the Scottish princess from Pixar’s Brave, who was introduced earlier this season.

“Merida’s facing a problem in the present day that involves Zelena and King Arthur,” Kitsis says. “Mulan and Ruby are going to be enlisted to help her solve that problem. [So] it’s your normal show where Merida, Mulan and Little Red Riding Hood team up to fight the Wicked Witch and King Arthur. It’s just another day in Camelot!”

Once Upon a Time, Sunday, Nov. 15, 8/7c, ABC (x)

“I honour you for your unique expression, your creative hands, your boundless compassion, and your unwavering bravery to share yourself with the world. In each moment that we choose love and connection over fear and separation, we are healing our ancestors, the generations to come, and the earth on which we live. Though our stories may be spoken in unfamiliar languages, we may wear strange adornments and call god by a different name, we are all woven together. We are threads in the same tapestry, sovereign yet supported, and made stronger and brighter by each other. This is a co-creation, a grand masterpiece. So keep faith beloved friends, choose love, and together let’s continue this Light Work.”

“Light Work” by Autumn Skye ART / 61"x38", acrylic on canvas, 2016

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TVLine's Winter Premiere Spoiler-Palooza

Upon allying with Maleficent (whose “resurrection” will be explained), Ursula and a magical Cruella de Vil, the banished Rumplestiltskin will be on “a collision course” with Regina as they all seek out the mysterious, soon-to-be-ID’d storybook Author for a rewrite. As Season 4B explores its overall theme – “What makes a hero? What makes a villain?” – watch for an “interesting connection” to be revealed between the Charmings and the Queens of Darkness, August (in multiple episodes) and Ariel will be seen again, we’ll meet Aurora’s father King Stefan and Ursula’s pop aka Poseidon, and “Emma will continue to explore what her particular heritage really means,” says cocreator Adam Horowitz, “as we learn that there are more secrets attached to who she was, is and will be.”


(Regarding the 5th episode title, ‘Dreamcatcher’)

But it’s different kind of dreamcatcher — like the one that Mr. Gold invited Emma to use one to “see” Archie’s “death” (in Season 2, Episode 10) — that the new title is meant as a nod to. Perhaps the object will again be used in a magical way, maybe in the name of tracking down the newly christened Dark One, Emma?

“Although dreamcatchers evoke and remind us of Neal, they have been used on the show — magically,” cocreator Eddy Kitsis explained to TVLine during our in-depth Fall Preview Q&A. Outside of that, Kitsis shared that “Dreamcatcher” as “a very Emma-centric episode,” though it won’t incorporate any flashbacks to her past.

“The construction [of Season 5A] is different as far as flashbacks go,” Horowitz noted. “But we will be getting an Emma flashback in the early part of the season.”

[Read the rest of the article on TVLine’s Site]

Lest you think that the introduction of Queen Elsa (Fringe’s Georgina Haig), Anna et al is mere Disney/ABC synergy, series cocreator Adam Horowitz makes clear that where Emma and her fellow Storybrookers “found themselves coming out of Season 3 is incredibly relevant to what the Frozen story is. There are things about Anna and Elsa that resonate within our own characters.” (But wait, wasn’t almost everyone happy when last we tuned in? “That’s what the premiere is for,” taunts Eddy Kitsis.) All told, Season 4’s theme is “Never give up on the people you love” — a notion that perhaps has particular significance for Regina, whose nascent romance with Robin Hood is detoured by Marian’s “resurrection.” Says Kitsis, “It’s going to be complicated and messy, but we hope it’s a hot mess.” Elsewhere, “past history” will test Emma and Hook’s own new relationship, an early episode delves into Belle’s pre-Rumple life and mild-mannered Mary Margaret is going to be presented with “much more responsibility” than just new motherhood.

BONUS SPOILER | Speaking of the Frozen contingent, Kitsis teases, “Somebody [in Storybrooke] will be unhappy to see them, and somebody will be thrilled to see them.”

RETURN DATE | Sunday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c (ABC) (x)

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