Access Hollywood gives us the first look at a scene from Sunday’s new episode of Once Upon a Time … Mayor Troubles!
Captures from Sunday’s episode of Once Upon A Time, “White Out!”
Lesson learned from this episode, don’t make mad a tired Mary Margaret!
I have added two new images from the set of next Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time, “Rocky Road”
Two new stills of Ginnifer as Mayor Mary Margaret from Sunday’s new episode of Once Upon a Time.
When an icy spell is cast on Marian, which will ultimately freeze her heart and kill her, the Storybrooke residents place the blame on Elsa. But unbeknownst to anyone, a mysterious woman who runs the town’s ice cream parlor has the same powers as Elsa and is trying to frame her. Emma and David find former Merry Men member Will Scarlet rummaging through Robin Hood’s tent, Regina teams up with Henry to try and discover who the author of the fairy tale book is, Mary Margaret is having trouble balancing her duties as leader of Storybrooke and mother to young Prince Neal, and Hook begins to suspect that Mr. Gold is still in control of the dagger that calls upon him to be the Dark One. Meanwhile, in Arendelle of the past, Elsa and Kristoff set off to stop Hans from attempting to take control of the kingdom
The Hollywood Reporter gives us a look at tomorrow’s all new episode of Once Upon A Time
Once Upon a Time is freezing over — literally.
In a desperate attempt to locate her missing sister, Anna (Elizabeth Lail), Elsa (Georgina Haig) accidentally traps Emma (Jennifer Morrison) in an ice cave and things go south as the dipping temperatures put her in grave danger. With Regina (Lana Parrilla) abandoning her duties as mayor and focusing on her troubles with Robin Hood and Marian, the townspeople turn to another to lead Storybrooke: Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin).
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively debuts a scene from Sunday’s episode, “White Out,” wherein Mary Margaret faces her first big test: trying to restore power to the town after Elsa freezes the power lines. Her struggles to solve the problem are noted by Happy (Mike Coleman), Grumpy (Lee Arenberg) and Granny (Beverley Elliott), who suggest other Plan Bs (Gepetto, Dr. Will), angering Mary Margaret in the mean time.
When Happy rattles off all the things they won’t be able to use due to the power outage, such as “TV, DVD, CD, DVR, DVD,” Mary Margaret — running on minimal sleep and acclimating to being a new mother — has a full-blown freakout. “Stop saying letters!”
Note to self: Don’t piss off Snow.
Once Upon a Time airs 8 p.m. Sundays on ABC.