Once Upon a Time

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Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Sunday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next!

Once Upon a Time: Are you enjoying your stay in Neverland OUAT fans? It's our second episode back and our gang is facing their deepest fears. We learn that Rumplestilskin (Robert Carlyle) has some serious daddy issues and he has a sweet hear-to-heart with his beautiful Belle (Emile de Ravin) to get to the root of the problem. Okay, okay, so Belle wasn't really there—but Rumple's psyche sure does a great job at conjuring her up in the middle of a dark forest!

Over on the other side of the island Peter Pan has tasked Emma (Jennifer Morrison) with a mission: Admit who you really are. After going through the obvious titles (Daughter of Prince Charming and Snow White, mother of Henry, our Storybrooke savior, etc.) Emma says something that she has kept deep inside: Despite finding her parents after 28 years, Emma has and always will consider herself an orphan. It's a very teary scene that will tug at any OUAT lover's heartstrings. This realization breaks Snow's (Ginnifer Goodwin) heart and she is determined to right the wrongs in her daughter's life, no matter how long it takes.

Oh! And here's our next dun dun duuuuun moment of the season: In an attack with The Lost Boys, Charming got slashed with a blade dripped in dreamshade, a poison that induces a slow and very painful death. Yikes! 

Homeland: Carrie (Claire Danes) is losing it (even more so) after last week's I-got-thrown-under-the-bus episode, and after her relationship with Brody (Damian Lewis) was leaked to the press, she went right to the newspaper to tell "her side of the story". Obviously, Saul (Mandy Patinkin) and the CIA can't have this, and since she is off her meds, everyone is worried about her. Saul insists to her family that he is just trying to protect her, but after she tries to tell the committee the truth, she is figured to be alone and is heavily sedated. When Saul visits her in the hospital after she comes to, she has some choice words for him. Well, actually just two: "f--k you."

Meanwhile, Dana (MorganSaylor) continues her tour of terrible teenage choices by sneaking out of the house and breaking back into the treatment center to see her boyfriend. They have sex, and we bet our Mandy Patinkin Fan Club sweatshirts that there was no condom available at the time. Later, Dana visits the garage and in a move that shows how much she misses and loathes her father at the same time, pulls our his rug and does a little prayer. You're going to need it because you are possibly knocked up.

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Revenge: Better watch out Hamptonites! No even God can stop Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) when she's out to get you. This week's red sharpie victim? Father Paul (James LeGros). But here's the real reason Emily is pissed with a capital P: Father Paul was once an employee at Grayson Global and helped turned people away from David during his trial. At a mass led by Paul she puts in a picture of him with a woman in bed in the collections basket. Scandalous!

Emily and Father Paul eventually have a heart-to-heart and she realizes that he deeply regrets everything that he did to her father and he has been doing as much good in the community as he can in order to right his wrongdoings. Although she regrets her actions against Father Paul, her revenge got him transferred and forever under superstition. Meanwhile, Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) has been spiraling into a deep hateful depression and Jack (Nick Wechsler) realizes it's because she blames herself for Declan's (Connor Paolo) death. To help alleviate her pain he tells Charlotte all about Conrad (Henry Czerny) and the bomb and just like that—Charlotte's relationship with her father is shattered. 

The Good Wife Drinking margaritas and eating nachos is always a fun time—but watching Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and her mom, Veronica (Stockard Channing), drinking margaritas and eating nachos is the best. What prompted this mini fiesta? Veronica overheard Alicia's money problems with Cary and the new firm and secured Alicia's new law offices in a sweet gesture. The mother/daughter duo talked candidly about their past and Alicia took this as an opportunity to confront her mother about why Veronica didn't seem to like Alicia as a child. The entire exchange was a fun way to get a deeper peek into Alicia's past—a rare treat as all Good Wife fans know.

Line of the Night: We love whenever the Once Upon a Time characters acknowledge their Disney personas! Emma mentioned that in our world, Peter Pan is a light-hearted hero while Captain Hook is the  crocodile-fearing villain. Hook asked Emma if the Captain Hook in that tale is as dashing as he is, to which Emma sarcastically replies, "Yeah, If wax moustaches and perms are your thing." Luckily Hook doesn't know that a perm is, so he wasn't too offended. 

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