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Once Upon a Time

Once Upon a Time Spoilers: Scoop on Snow’s Dark Turn, Belle’s Alter Ego & More

The fairy tale drama never ends on ABC’s Once Upon the Time. The cast and creators assembled for PaleyFest over the weekend, and they dished several spoiler-y hints about the rest of the season -- including details on Snow’s dark turn, a visit to another realm, and the Season 2 finale.

Here’s some scoop from the panel:

1. In Season 2, Episode 19, we’ll meet Lacey, Belle’s Storybrooke alter ego. But Lacey is nothing like bookish Belle. In fact, she’s quite the opposite. Mr. Gold might find himself in a racy situation with Lacey.

2. They will visit another realm. We’re guessing it’s a trip to Neverland, given that the two-part Season 2 finale titles are “Second Star to the Right” and “And Straight On ‘Til Morning.”

3. Introduction of new character in another land for Season 3. We’re going to guess this means Peter Pan is finally going to make an appearance! Robert Carlyle told Wetpaint it’s most likely going to be a “kid that plays [Peter Pan]... It's not going to be an older character. We're thinking about a 12 or 13-year-old to play it. I've never really seen that before and it would be interesting."

4. Lana Parillo hinted at a possible alter ego for Regina. Since she’s already The Evil Queen, could Regina possibly be another fairy tale character?

5. Don’t expect (another) Charming baby this season. But don’t eliminate the possibility of one in future seasons. That is, if things calm down in Storybrooke.

6. Snow White gets more protective of her family. In the episodes coming up, we’ll see a different side to Mary Margaret -- one that isn’t so innocent and pure.

7. Is Rumple going to kill Henry? He’s definitely “going to get it,” Robert Carlyle joked. Uh oh. We’re a little concerned for this dysfunctional family.

Reporting by Nicholas White.

Read more OUAT spoilers here.

Catch the next episode of Once Upon a Time on Sunday, March 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.