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Once Upon a Time postmortem: Burning premiere questions answered
By SP_COP on September 27, 2015 | From www.ew.com
Once Upon a Time postmortem: Burning premiere questions answered The Dark Swan is *** — and no one seems to know why!

When Once Upon a Time returned on Sunday, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) landed in the Enchanted Forest with a new mentor — the Darkness within her took on the form of Rumple (Robert Carlyle) — who encouraged her to embrace her new dark side. Hoping to rid the darkness, Emma went in search of Merlin (Elliot Knight) by hunting for the Will o’ the Wisps, which brought her into conflict with Merida (Amy Manson), whose three younger brothers had been kidnapped after the Brave lass took over their kingdom. Knowing they both couldn’t use the wisp, Emma aimed to rip out her heart as the darkness nearly took hold.

Fortunately, she was swayed otherwise by the arrival of Hook (Colin O’Donoghue), Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin), Charming (Josh Dallas), Regina (Lana Parrilla) and other Storybrooke residents, who used a tornado — thanks to Zelena (Rebecca Mader), who tried to take her unborn child back to Oz — to return to the Enchanted Forest.

Foretold of their arrival in a prophecy from Merlin, King Arthur (Liam Garrigan) and his knights of the roundtable welcomed them back to Camelot, knowing Emma would someday reunite them with the great sorcerer — the very same sorcerer who visited Emma as a child and warned her to never remove the sword in the stone, which was revealed to be missing its tip because it is actually the Dark One’s dagger! Unfortunately, we won’t know if she actually heeded his warning since everyone suddenly lands back in Storybrooke six weeks later, with no memory of what has transpired — though with the fully transformed Dark Swan swearing vengeance on them all, it probably wasn’t anything good. Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis answer some burning questions:

Storyline format: Similar to season 3b, the story will flashback to Camelot while running parallel to present-day Storybrooke, though we will get a few origin stories for Merlin, King Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot. “It’s really about our core group of characters and what they’re going through in regards to Emma,” Horowitz says. “And we see what seems to have happened to her and exploring that mystery and how they can or can’t help her.”

However, don’t expect Emma to be “cured” by the midseason finale. “The darkness, whether it’s taken from her or she gives into it completely, it’s going to affect her,” Horowitz says. “The ramifications of this premiere are felt through the entire season. While a lot of the story in the first half we intend to wrap up by the midseason, there are bigger issues that are introduced as early as this episode that will carry over through the whole season. We’re trying to tell two separate pods of episodes and connect them, and Emma’s journey is going to encompass the whole season.”...
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