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Ill-Boding Patterns
Once Upon a Time 6x13
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March 19, 2017
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"Ill-Boding Patterns" is the 124th episode of Once Upon a Time.

Summary

When Gideon resumes his mission to kill Emma and become the savior, Mr. Gold steps in to ensure that the use of dark magic does not poison his son. Meanwhile, Robin proves willing to ally himself with anyone offering the possibility of escape from Regina and Storybrooke, and Hook gathers the courage to come clean to Emma... but not before she discovers he's been keeping a secret. In the fairytale land that was, the legendary folk hero Beowulf sets his sights on Rumplestiltskin after the latter uses his Dark One powers to defeat the ogres and win the war for humanity.

Plot

Teaser

Act I

Act II

Act III

Act IV

Act V

Act VI

Trivia

613 Title Card

Production

Reception

Ratings

Reviews

The episode was met with average reviews.

Gallery

Gallery of photographic stills released to promote the episode.

External Links

References

  1. Adam Horowitz tweet.
  2. "Once Upon a Time Review: Ill-Boding Patterns", by Christine Laskodi, TV Fanatic (March 19, 2017)
  3. "Once Upon a Time recap: 'Ill-Boding Patterns'", by Justin Kirkland, Entertainment Weekly (March 19, 2017)

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