Read on for Parrilla’s thoughts on those topics, the flashbacks that made her misty, and the new faces arriving in Sunday’s two-hour Season 5 finale (airing early, at 7/6c). She was so selfish and self-absorbed, and she had her own agenda. TVLINE I loved, though, how when all was said and done, the Regina/Zelena dynamic was recontextualized. As soon as their memories came back and we were in that farmhouse, all three of us holding hands…. I really enjoyed filming that with Barbara [Hershey] and Rebecca [Mader]. I love when you have these open-ended storylines that are like, “OK where is this going? ,” and then we get to actually do those scenes because it’s not only a gift for these characters but a gift for our audience that’s been following these characters over the years, rooting for their relationships. And for the short term at least, what out-of-town caper might help distract Regina from dwelling on Robin’s death? It made me sad, that Cora was so underdeveloped on a spiritual level that she just could not figure out how to keep these two babies in her life.It was heartbreaking to see her make those decisions for these two girls who had this friendship and then found out they were sisters. TVLINE The three of you were just fantastic in that scene. PHOTOSOnce Upon a Time Finale: The Heroes Land in a Deranged New World TVLINE Turning to current events, will Regina have any time to mourn Robin?
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Internally, she’s conflicted by so many things that she doesn’t even talk about.
So I’m curious to see how she deals with this loss at this stage, at this time in her life.
There’s been so much evolution, she’s come so far, she’s been in the shoes of the hero for the last couple of years, so I’m curious to see how she’s going to handle this big loss.
TVLINE Is there any “Woe is me,” or is she bigger than that? It’s not so much that she’s playing the martyr or the victim, anything like that.
It’s more that she’s confused by life and feeling constantly betrayed by life. And she’s also getting to a place where she’s starting to believe in karma, and a lot of this I think is karmic for her.
She’s done so many terrible things in her life — she’s slaughtered villages and hurt so many people — that these two loves [including Daniel] have been taken away from her. I feel like Regina is in a hopeless place right now, and we’re going to see how she deals with those emotions in the season finale and also in Season 6.
We touched upon that in an episode, I think last season, that it seems like no matter what she does it doesn’t really amount to anything, she’ll always be unhappy. I think she’s probably back to that thinking, “No good deed goes unpunished,” but she’s also losing some hope. RELATEDOnce Upon a Time’s Sean Maguire ‘Shocked’ by Robin Hood Twist, Shares Secrets Behind ‘Missing’ Scenes TVLINE Sean [Maguire] told me that he was a little shocked to learn that Robin wouldn’t be surviving Season 5. I was shocked, but I also understand that from this will come storytelling and the writers have a vision, and we all have to understand and respect their vision.
They felt that they needed to write this story to, I think, facilitate other characters and to help move the story forward.
As special as that love was for Regina and Robin, I’m really curious to see what happens with Regina from here on out — what is she going to do, and what new stories are going to come out of Robin’s death?
I feel like their love transcends death; I don’t think that that love is ever going to die.
He may not be on the show, but that love will still live within her.