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'Once Upon a Time' 3x19: First promo for 'A Curious Thing'

Rebecca Mader plays Zelena, the Wicked Witch on "Once Upon a Time"
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Zelena's plan seems to be going smoothly, which is bad news for the main characters of "OUAT." On the last episode, Regina tried to contact her dead mother, the truth about why Cora abandoned Zelena was revealed and Belle figured out that the Wicked Witch was trying to cast a time travel spell. So what is going to happen next? On April 20, WetPaint posted the first sneak peek for "Once Upon a Time" season 3, episode 19.

The title of the upcoming episode is "A Curious Thing" and when it airs next Sunday, fans will finally meet Glinda, the Good Witch. Will she be able to stop Zelena from going through with her plan? It doesn't look good because Glinda says that her magic isn't powerful enough. Hopefully she gets past those doubts and at least tries.

The sneak peek shows Zelena flying to the top of Regina's castle. Eva tries to warn Charming and Snow that their baby is in danger, but then the Wicked Witch is seen rubbing Snow's pregnant belly. Is their baby doomed or is there some way to stop Zelena? TV Line reported that "OUAT" co-creator Adam Horowitz will only say that some dark stuff is coming.

It turns out that there is a way to stop the Wicked Witch, but it will take an "unthinkable sacrifice." Then Zelena has Henry, saying that is how to take away a happy ending. It sounds like she is planning on taking the one thing that Regina loves most, the child she raised, the son she loved so much she cast a spell to give him only happy memories with his birth mother when Storybrooke was erased back on the mid-season finale.

What do you think will happen on "Once Upon a Time" season 3, episode 19? Will Henry and Snow's baby be harmed or will they be saved? Will Glinda try to stop Zelena or will her doubts prevent her from even trying? Fans will have to tune in to ABC on April 27 to find out.

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