‘Once Upon A Time’ Pics: Snow & Charming Celebrate Their Reunion

Thu, December 20, 2012 2:20pm EST by 3 Comments
Once Upon A Time Season 2 Episode 10
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Posted at 3:13 AM on January 2, 2013  

Considering the name of the episode I’m leaning towards Archie being the person who dies.

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Posted at 11:47 PM on December 21, 2012  

Colin O’Donoghue (Hook) became a series regular for the last 9 episodes of season 2 — before ABC ordered 9 more. I am growing increasingly sure that Colin O’Donohgue’s Hook dies in episode 13. At Vancityfilming.com, look for an article entitled “Once Upon A Time to get out of a Hole”. Jorge Garcia (the giant) will be there too. He kills Hook.

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Posted at 11:55 PM on December 20, 2012  

These photos are amazing, and have made the wait for the rest of the season so much harder. With Regina being accused of murder, it seems likely that Cora will be behind it all. A coworker at DISH and I have been trying to figure out who the victim will be, and how Emma will protect Regina. It will be nice to see her working to save Regina, considering she did protect Henry the first half of the season. With a long wait still ahead, I am really glad that I can watch the first half of the season using my DISH Hopper. It helps that I have 2,000 hours of recording space, so I don’t risk missing any of my favorite shows. I also love that with the Whole-Home DVR, I can start watching in one room, and finish watching in another. This helps when my husband arrives home and wants to watch the game over the latest fairytale drama. It will be sad to see a character die just so Cora can frame her daughter, though I am interested to see it play out. It seems like with Cora and Hook in Storybrooke, things will be getting interesting very fast.

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