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Top 5 Moments from Once Upon A Time's "A Tale Of Two Sisters"

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Fall is on its way, but Winter is already in Storybrooke. Once Upon A Time returned for its fourth season Sunday Night, and the cold is about to bother everyone. Check out the Top 5 Moments from OUAT's "A Tale of Two Sisters".

Beauty and The Beast

Beauty and The Beast

In a scene straight out of Disney’s 1992 smash hit Beauty and The Beast, Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and Belle (Emilie de Ravin) shared their first dance as husband and wife. Rumpel even changed their outfits to a gorgeous yellow gown for Belle, and a 3 piece blue tuxedo for him. My inner 5 year old sobbed with happiness.

Outlaw Queen

Outlaw Queen On Hold

Robin Hood (Sean McGuire) finally visited Regina (Lana Parrilla) for a heart to heart talk. He expressed his feelings for her, and swore they were real. However, with his wife back in town, he has to honor the vow he made to her.

Regina’s heart broke as Robin broke up with her. He may be a criminal, a thief, and a million other things, but he cannot break his promise to his wife.

As Robin left, tears welled up in Regina’s eyes. Her tears soon turned to rage, as shades of The Evil Queen returned.


Mirror Mirror On The Wall

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With Maid Marian (Christie Laing) back in town, Regina’s jealousy and hurt got the best of her. She decided to free her old friend Sidney Glass (Giancarlo Esposito) aka The Magic Mirror from his hospital secret prison. They chatted about the Once Upon A Time book, and Regina’s plan to go back in time and kill Maid Marian. Sidney agreed to help Regina, but ended up back inside the mirror.

He wasn’t thrilled about being trapped in the mirror again, but Regina swore it was only temporary. Sidney showed Regina when she originally captured Marian, and she set her plan into motion.

However, she soon came up with a better idea. Regina decided to find the author of the Once Upon A Time book, and change the stories. It was time for villains to get their happy endings.


Ana and Elsa from Arendelle

Ana (Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa (Georgina Haig) were two sisters from the land of Arendelle. Elsa had the power to freeze things on command. Their parents died in a tragic shipping accident, and Elsa ascended the throne as Queen. Ana is about to be married, and Elsa is still trying to take care of her little sister.

Elsa finds a book about their parents’ accident, and discovers they weren’t going to their assumed destination. Ana and Elsa try to find out why their parents lied from a troll, but he doesn’t know as well. However, he does know they were heading to a place called Misthaven.

Ana sets out to Misthaven to find out why their parents wanted to go there, while Elsa stays in Arendelle. Soon after her departure, Elsa learns Misthaven is also known as The Enchanted Forest.


The Abominable Snowman

The Ice Queen from Arendelle, Elsa, ended up in Storybrooke with her powers fully intact. She left a trail of ice everywhere she went.

When Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and Emma (Jennifer Morrison) followed the ice, it led them to the docks. Before they could find a terrified Elsa, she used her powers and created a huge snow monster. Emma attempted to use her powers on the abominable snowman, but it was no use.

As the snowman charged them, Regina showed up out of nowhere. The Storybrooke gang begged for her help, but she disappeared into a cloud of purple smoke. The snowman roared towards our heroes, but suddenly stopped.

The abominable snowman exploded from the inside by way of a fireball! The only thing left standing after the snowman imploded was Regina standing in his place. It seems at the last second she regained her conscience and saved the day.