While we’ve had an opportunity to learn a little bit about the “Once Upon a Time” villains known as Tamara and Greg, there are still a number of other questions floating around out there. For example, who are these two really working for with this whole “home base” concept? Their actions ended up benefiting Peter Pan in a bizarre way, but clearly, they don’t believe that they are working for someone who celebrates magic … right?
Have no fear, as executive producer Adam Horowitz (per TV Guide) promises that there will be some sort of answers coming up when season 3 picks up in late September / early October:
“We’re going to explain pretty quickly what it is and how, as we showed in the finale, Greg and Tamara were unwittingly working for Peter Pan, and how that all connects.”
It is the “how” part of the equation that is indeed missing right now, and there are also still some other questions that we do wonder about. For example, how much of a role will Sonequa Martin-Green be able to have, given that she is a series regular on “The Walking Dead” season 4? We figure she may be able to pop over after her hiatus on that show begins, but simultaneously it’s nearly impossible, given that one series shoots in Atlanta, whereas “Once Upon a Time” is all the way in Vancouver. (Translation: That’s a heck of a long flight.)
With that being said, this “home base” crisis, along with what in the world happens next with Neal, is one of our favorite mysteries leading up to the new season beginning.
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