Excitedly and impatiently, we are waiting for March 9 to arrive. TV Guide’s William Keck just released some details on what to expect. It seems that Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, the Executive Producers, have a few exciting things in store for Fairy Tale Land, Storybrooke and Oz. Where do we begin first? Ahhh!
We recently learned about Rebecca Mader joined the cast as the Wicked Witch of the West. She will appear in Storybrooke on the March 9 episode. Not much information has been released, but we do know that she has ties to two known characters. In this episode, we also find out what turned her green.
Eventually, we will meet the Wizard. Kitsis said, “There might be some other surprises along the yellow brick road.” They are arranging the ultimate fight with the Evil Queen versus Wicked Witch. Whaaaa?!! Let the bets begin!
Many of us know that Ginnifer Goodwin and Joshua Dallas are actually having baby and engaged to be married. The executive producers tied this into the show when Snow and Charming decided to have a baby. Well, it is happening and a new royal baby is on the way. However, the baby will have some sort of connection to the impending progeny of Sleeping Beauty (Sarah Bolger) and Prince Phillip (Julian Morris).
It was promised there would not be a dramatic or soap opera type baby switch.
This episode will also lead into more drama around the remaining cast. Emma (Jennifer Morrison) will meet a mysterious stranger (Christopher Gorham) in New York City.
As Charming waits for this baby to arrive, he is still saving damsels in distress. He will save Rapunzel (Alexandra Metz) atop a tower. In addition, Belle (Emilie de Ravin) will encounter her French candlestick pal, Lumiere (Henri Lubatti).
The other thing rumored is a possibility that Red (Meghan Ory) may make a guest appearance. She has been working on CBS’s “Intelligence,” but the show just wrapped up their first season.
Finally, we also found out that there will be a wedding in the season finale. Who will it be? Belle and Rumple? Emma and Neal? Emma and Hook? Robin Hood and Regina? What do you think?
This photo was courtesy of ABC Television Network and Jack Rowland