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'Once Upon a Time' season 3: There will be consequences and other spoilers

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"Once Upon a Time" co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have been quite generous about revealing spoilers for the second half of season 3. They have once again teased what will happen when the show resumes in March and TV Guide reported the details on Feb. 6.

When the mid-season finale aired, Regina cast a spell on Emma and Henry to give them happy memories. However, when TV Guide asked if that gift would have consequences as far as their relationship is concerned, Horowitz and Kitsis said yes. Now the question is what kind of consequences will there be?

As far as Storybrooke is concerned, previews show that it will return, which means that there was some sort of loophole or reversal of Peter Pan's curse. Fans have been told before that those who died in Storybrooke would not return and that their deaths are permanent. However, WetPaint reported that Rumple could be returning since his picture was included in the promo photos that were recently released. If the deaths are permanent, then why is his photo there? Could he be coming back in flashbacks or will there be something that brings him back?

Viewers have been talking about Regina and Robin. It turns out that they will meet on episode 13, titled "Witch Hunt." According to TV Line, Kitsis said that the two will meet under interesting circumstances.

They also spoke about Peter Pan and Neverland. Viewers will not find out this year what the deal was that Hook made with Pan. They also confirmed that there will be no more Neverland, at least this year.

When it comes to the Wicked Witch, there has been some mystery surrounding the character. But Kitsis said that viewers will find out who her parents are and Horowitz revealed that she does have history with other characters besides Regina.

"Once Upon a Time" season 3 returns on March 9.

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