They fear the worst when there is pounding at the door, but instead of a horde of ogres bursting in, Rumplestiltskin magically appears.

He débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season and is portrayed by guest star Eric Keenleyside.
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While this was the most meaningful thing Cora could have said before she died, it was also gut-wrenching for them both to realize that things could have been different and so much better between them.

This was definitely true of the television series Once Upon A Time where the show's relationships created moments that could be wholesome, passionate, or sometimes downright heartbreaking. So that search is going to continue for the rest of the season.

Creators and executive producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis talked to TV Guide about the heavy decision to show Belle's death, the possibility she'll be back and to own up for all the tears you're surely crying. Henry doesn't believe that.

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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once, Walking Dead, The Mentalist, B99, Beast, Resurrection and More!. Belle grew old after building a beautiful life together with Rumplestiltskin. Home: Parts of this article (those related to series finale-related information) need to be. This depth of self-loathing and inner torment was heartbreaking and part of what made Rumplestiltskin such a nuanced and tragic character.

In the flashbacks, he hated himself because he couldn't believe that Belle actually loved him, convinced that her kissing him couldn't be genuine and must somehow be a manipulative move to weaken him. You may unsubscribe at any time. Show Information
De Ravin told TheWrap that this episode marked the first time she had shed tears while reading a script for the show. Was that intentional?Adam Horowitz: It was certainly an inspiration. The ABC drama’s latest installment focused on the end of the love story for Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and Belle (Emilie de Ravin), with the pair living out their happy family life, including a montage of her gradually aging, before they said their final goodbyes as she passed away.

Henry clearly has a huge crush on Jacina but feels very complicated. Gender: We loved the idea that Belle, though, is always pure of heart and understood that what made their lives special was the fact they only got one of them. And then [I got] to be able to come back for this incredible episode.”, Meanwhile, Carlyle said in a statement to TheWrap that working with de Ravin “has been an absolute delight.”.

Maurice decides the ogre is too dangerous, and after telling Belle to go home, he and Gaston head off with knights to hunt the ogre. Also Read: 'Once Upon a Time' Creators Tell Us if Trump Inspired Season 7's Real-Estate Villain.