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Once Upon a Time 2 Seasons 2012

A woman with a troubled past is drawn to a New England town where fairy tales are to be believed.

Starring:
Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison

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1. Broken

Prince Phillip and his companion realize they will be facing a deadly foe.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 41 minutes
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2. We Are Both

Regina continues to seek a way to regain her powers; David continues his quest.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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3. Lady Of The Lake

Emma and Mary Margaret try to find a portal to bring them back to Storybrooke.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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4. The Crocodile

Belle threatens to leave Mr. Gold if he doesn't change his ways.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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5. The Doctor

Regina tries to refrain from using her magic in order to regain Henry's trust.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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6. Tallahassee

Emma follows Capt. Hook up a beanstalk in hope of finding a magical compass.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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7. Child Of The Moon

Ruby's fear about turning into a wolf is confirmed.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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8. Into The Deep

Cora tries to steal the compass from Emma and Mary Margaret.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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9. Queen Of Hearts

Hook and Cora face off with Emma and Mary Margaret in a race for the compass.

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10. The Cricket Game

Regina is accused of murdering a beloved fairy-tale character.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 43 minutes
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11. The Outsider

Mr. Gold tries to use an unwilling test subject to see if his spell works.

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12. In The Name Of The Brother

A stranger may be a threat to the true identity of the townspeople.

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13. Tiny

Cora brings the giant to Storybrooke, where he unleashes vengeance on the town.

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14. Manhattan

Emma, Henry and Mr. Gold search for Gold's son in New York.

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15. The Queen Is Dead

Mary Margaret learns of Cora and Regina's plan for the dagger.

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16. The Miller's Daughter

Cora and Regina try to overpower Mr. Gold; dark magic tempts Mary Margaret.

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17. Welcome To Storybrooke

David, Emma and Mr. Gold try to protect Mary Margaret from a vengeful Regina.

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18. Selfless, Brave And True

Mary Margaret goes off on her own to deal with what happened with Cora.

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19. Lacey

Mr. Gold asks David for help jogging Belle's memory; Anton's magic beans begin to grow; Rumpelstiltskin goes after a thief.

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20. Evil Queen

Hook helps Regina with a plan to transport her and Henry back to Fairytale land; Emma grows increasingly suspicious of Tamara; the queen asks Rumpelstiltskin to transform her so that she can kill Snow White.

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21. Second Star To The Right

Mary Margaret, David and Emma embark on a search when Regina and some magic beans go missing; Mr. Gold considers revealing the truth to Lacey; Bae winds up in 19th century London.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 42 minutes
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22. And Straight On 'til Morning

Storybrooke's inhabitants brace themselves as Greg and Tamara activate the trigger within the curse; Mr. Gold mourns; Hook rescues Bae, who is being pursued by the Lost Boys.

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Season 1 of Once Upon A Time ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, shortly after the curse was broken Mr Gold decided to throw something else into the mix...with purple clouds making their way through the town of Storybrooke and Gold announcing: "Magic is coming." The curse may be broken but the town and people in Storybrooke don't have their Happily Ever After just yet...

Having got their memories and identities back, all the favourites are back and more determined than ever that good will win over evil. Join Charming, Snow, Emma and Henry as they join forces with Red, Grumpy and co as they try to restore order and balance in the world they now find themselves in. But there are new forces which will come up against them. We see the return of characters from Regina's past, as well as a fiery and very handsome pirate in the form of Captain Killian "Hook" Jones.

There are many new fairytales and stories to be explored, including Jack and the Giants, Mulan, Princess Aurora and even Frankenstein. Once Upon A Time has certainly stepped up a notch and this season will have you on the edge of your seat! This is a series not to be missed!!
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Just a quick note for all lovers of this fabulous series - I recently bought the blu ray version of season 2 from Amazon.com and I can confirm that it is region free and plays perfectly on my PS3.

Audio is DTS HD master and the picture is pin sharp: absolutely stunning!

The US blu ray cost me approx. £35 which I reckon is pretty much a bargain.

If you demand the best and can't wait for the UK release - you now know what you can do. Enjoy :)
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Nov. 2014
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Back to Storybrooke, evil Regina not having it all her own way - fairyland characters beginning to regain memories, questioning their presence in the town she has created so she can reign supreme.

As before, each of the twenty two episodes juxtaposes current events and fairytale adventures of long ago, all the way giving a new slant on those involved. (Presumably viewers have recovered from last season's revelation Little Red Riding Hood is a werewolf.) Prepare this time for completely new depictions of the Queen of Hearts, not to mention the Lost Boys in Never Never Land. Audaciously added to the mix are Frankenstein, Sir Lancelot, Mulan, Captain Hook and (briefly) Robin Hood.

Throughout is the theme of possible redemption. No matter how monstrous a person may be, somewhere within there surely lurks goodness. If tapped, it will thrive. Can wicked Rumpelstiltskin be saved? (Robert Carlyle clearly enjoys himself in a role delivering seemingly unlimited scope.) What of Regina? Snow White (foolishly?) is convinced her scheming stepmother will become nice if given yet another chance (the creators thereby ensuring a further season crammed with her villainy.)

Well done, all who managed to keep up! Even with episodes seen in quick succession, I was frequently (but enjoyably) confused. Commentaries help (they better when contributors represent different departments). Interesting bonuses detail the research and skills that go into the sets and costumes. A spoof breakfast TV show reports the town's latest news (a report from the boy who cried wolf cut off abruptly). Actors tell how they relish portraying characters offering such a range. (By the way, Captain Hook's fans are known as Hookers.
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season 2 of ouat is even better than the first, the storylines keep you hooked and invested in the show. a must see for everyone.
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I was beginning to think the high concept serial drama was dying on TV. I know if I found a show that interested me, it would be lucky to last one season. All that changed with Once Upon a Time. While some people got frustrated with season 2, I found it just as addicting as season 1.

If you missed the show, here’s the premise. All the fairytale characters we know and love (and a few other miscellaneous characters) are trapped in the town of Storybrooke, Maine. The curse is the result of Regina, aka Snow White’s evil step mother (Lana Parrilla). As season 1 opened, Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) arrived in town. Some believed she could break the curse even though she's never been to the town before. But first, she’d have to believe that the residents of the town are even under a curse and she has a connection to them. Along the way, we get flashbacks to the character’s lives before the curse that tell us parts of their back story we never knew before while still fitting in with the fairytales we already know and love.

Now, before we go any further, let’s issue a massive season 1 spoiler alert. There is no way we can discuss what happens here without spoiling season 1, especially how it ends. If you don’t know and want to find out as you watch, I’ll give you the cliff notes version. The show’s still great. Now go watch season 1 already.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way….

This season picks up moments after season 1 ended. Everyone’s thrill at remembering who they are now that the curse is broken is short lived with the arrival of magic thanks to Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and the fact that they haven’t returned to Enchanted Forest, their old home.
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