“Once Upon a Time” can easily be described as being a show all about change, at least when it comes to Jennifer Morrison’s character of Emma. She started this series working as a bail bondsman in the city, and effectively living what was in many ways a solitary existence. Now, she is reunited with her son in a world where she is supposedly responsible for stopping a curse that is keeping all of the town’s residents from knowing they are really characters from the world of fairy tales. It all sounds strange, but it gets even stranger: Emma did break the curse, and now she has to go through the experience of meeting her mother and father for the first time in Mary Margaret and David.
So how does Morrison describe Emma’s condition? Speaking in an interview with TVLine with at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday (which you can read more about here), the actress said that her character is going to have to deal with confusion right away this season:
“The world is upside-down for Emma … Not that she is Alice in Wonderland, but in a sense she feels like Alice, who’s gone down the rabbit hole. Up is down, down is up, left is right…. Her whole world is shaken up, and she’s sort of a new being.”
In addition to dealing with all this, it also sounds like romance is going to be coming Emma’s way this season: there will be a love interest, but it is unclear if it will be someone we’ve already met, or a new face turning up in Storybrooke.
Who do you want to see Emma be with out of the characters we either already know, or assume to be coming up? If you want to see some more scoop when it comes to Emma and Mary Margaret on this coming season, you can do so by heading on over to the link here.