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Emma and Gina getting along this season

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I've always enjoyed Swan Queen scenes. :)) And love watching Regina and Snow fights. :P I also wonder what Peter Pan plans to do with Henry. :/
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zanhar1 said:
I love the Swan Queen scenes and the cat fights lol. The thing where Gina just grabs the map lol.
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That was plain perfect! :P Haha.. And when they're all waiting for the "S" word to come like it's a bad word. xD
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zanhar1 said:
That was great too.
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zylice said:
Can't wait to see them work together more "willingly!" *^_^*

Parrilla explained that the Regina/Emma dynamic is definitely different this season and [gasp] there may be signs of a truce in one major regard. "They start to talk about themselves as the mothers of Henry," Parrilla said. "I found that to be quite refreshing. Especially for the first two seasons, all I kept saying was, 'He's my son. He's my son. He's my son.' And this year, 'he's our son and we have to save our son.' I like that. I like that they're coming together."

Emma and Regina have gotten to a place where they're calling themselves 'the Moms,' it's a little more cordial, I find," she explains, pointing out that it's not Emma who has been the real problem for Regina in this "war." "The real war has always been between the Evil Queen and Snow White. Emma was always a threat, because she came to Storybrooke and she's trying to take Henry back, but I find that this season, we're working together, and they're getting along. There's an episode coming up where Regina has to help her with magic, so she's teaching her magic," she reveals. "I'm slightly impatient, as Regina is, but I think she's enjoying the camaraderie, at least with Emma."

Regina and Snow's daughter have become downright friendly. "Emma and Regina have kind of gotten to a place where they're calling themselves 'the moms.' It's a little more cordial," Parrilla said. "I think she's enjoying the camaraderie — at least with Emma."

In Neverland, "a lot of (Emma and Regina's) baggage falls away, and they are just two women who want to save their child," Morrison told TODAY. "And there are moments of friendship, there are moments of very powerful foresight into how to be powerful together, and there are definitely things for them to learn from each other."
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zanhar1 said:
Can't wait.
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