Once Upon a Time Season 4 Recap: Enter the Dragon

By April Lara | 3 years ago
Once Upon a Time Season 4 Recap: Enter the Dragon
The Once Upon A Time cast speaking at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con International in San Diego, California.

There seems to be a fine line between heroes and villains in “Once Upon a Time” Season 4, Episode 15. Read on.

Regina’s trip to the Enchanted Forest was like a fan meeting her idol. It was when she met Maleficent who seems to be on the edge of losing it when she found her. She gave an inspiring speech to urge Maleficent to take back her fire and remember who she really is. At first, Maleficent wouldn’t budge. Regina isn’t the kind of person to back down so easily so she suggested that she ruin Aurora’s wedding.

She did so but King Stephan wasn’t so petrified at first when he saw Maleficent. After a while, she warmed up and showed her dragon self and pricked Aurora’s finger with a needle. Upon seeing all of these, Regina went back to her teacher with a newfound appreciation for her.

Back in the thick of things, Maleficent gave Regina her first task. She needs to get them one step closer to the Author and that one step closer meant kidnapping Pinocchio to question him.

Meanwhile, Will and Belle were on a date when Hook showed up and talked to Belle. He asked her about Rumple’s dagger. It was because they need to hide it where Rumple wouldn’t find it. Hook was able to convince Belle to give up the dagger. It turns out that Hook is really Rumple after all.

At the end of this episode, Regina has decided that she is better off alone and she took Pinocchio to Gold’s cabin where the darkness came out.

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.