“In Case You Missed It” - The Miller’s Daughter Edition

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Cora’s desire to rid herself of Rumplestiltskin in order to take his place as The Dark One takes one step closer to becoming reality as she and Regina try to overpower a dying Mr. Gold, and Mary Margaret is once again tempted by dark magic. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Rumplestiltskin agrees to offer his services to a younger Cora - for a price - when the king calls her bluff and orders her to actually follow through on her boast of being able to spin straw into gold.

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Keck’s Exclusives: Once Upon a Time Stars Talk Season Finale

TV Guide Magazine: What’s the coolest thing about the season finale?
Robert Carlyle (Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin): Sneezy, who went over the town line, might be getting his ­memory back.
Edward Kitsis (executive producer): And if he gets his memory back for a happy dwarf reunion, I wonder what other characters could, too?
Carlyle: There’s a lovely ­moment Emilie de Ravin [Belle] and I shot that Rumpbelle fans will love. But in Once style, ­it doesn’t last long.  
Adam Horowitz (executive producer): After two years, these characters are going to a place emotionally and physically different from where they’ve ever gone before.
Ginnifer Goodwin (Mary Margaret/Snow White): There is something that happens in the finale that breaks a pattern, and I look forward to seeing how that changes the ­people involved.
Lana Parrilla (Regina/Evil Queen): I love that there’s a possibility for Snow and Regina to have a relationship. We’re all family. 
Kitsis: You all have blood on your hands, but you all have love in your hearts. The question is, what will unite our rivals? Magic’s got a price, and it’s incredibly heartbreaking.
Josh Dallas (David/Prince Charming): Like the finale of Season 1, this will change it all completely.

TV Guide Magazine: When you learned that Storybrooke was in danger of being destroyed in the finale, what were your thoughts?
Parrilla: I thought, “Poor Steveston” [the British Columbia town that doubles for Storybrooke]. It’s made such a living off the show.
Carlyle: I’d be sincerely upset to lose Mr. Gold’s shop. I’m very, very protective of it.
Goodwin: Oh, yes, you are! [Whispers] None of the rest of us are allowed to touch anything in there.
Parrilla: Even the props that once belonged to us! Or we’ll get hit in the hand with his cane.

Read the rest of the interview below the cut!

[Read on TVGuide’s site]

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