The Charming Family reunion will start off being a happy one when “Once Upon a Time” kicks off its second season on Sunday, September 30; however, we don’t really know if it is going to stay that was for a particularly long time. Speaking in a new interview with TV Guide, Jennifer Morrison admitted that Emma’s discovery that Mary Margaret and David are in fact her parents are going to cause her to be both a little emotional as well as confused. She will likely come to understand why they decided to give her up, but that alone is not going to make it any easier to deal with the fact that she did not have these people around for pretty much her entire life:
“It’s a definite adjustment, knowing now that I’ve spent my whole life looking for them … I actually have a line in the show where I say, ‘All I’ve known for 28 years is that you gave me up.’ So when you finally find those people that you’ve been looking for, there’s all sorts of mixed emotions there.”
How will this family start to make up for lost time? We’re not really sure that they are going to have much of an opportunity to sit around via a powwow and all talk about their feelings. Regina is going to regain her power over all of Storybrooke very early on in this season, and her use of magic is going to be one of the primary reasons why.
If you were in Emma’s shoes, how would you handle the realization that you parents are not only around and ready to be with you, but are also around your same age? If you want to see what a certain Little Red Riding Hood in Meghan Ory has to say about this new season, all you have to do is pay a visit over to the link here.