Once Upon a Time Season 2 Episode 6 “Tallahassee” Live Recap 11/4/12

Once Upon a Time Season 2 Episode 6 “Tallahassee” Live Recap 11/4/12

My favorite television series the do-cu-fantasy ONCE UPON A TIME airs tonight with another new episode called “Tallahassee.”

On last week’s show while Regina continued to try and stop using her magic in an attempt to win back Henry’s affections, she began seeing what she believed was a ghost from her past; and when Mary Margaret and Emma discovered a lone survivor from an ogre massacre, Emma began to question whether or not he was telling the truth. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Regina found herself failing at learning the dark arts from a dark master because something from her past was preventing her from using her magic for evil.   Did you see last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On tonight’s episode with the hopes of finding a magical compass that could help her and Mary Margaret get back to Storybrooke, Emma takes a journey with a not-too-trustworthy Captain Hook up a treacherous beanstalk in an attempt to steal the item from a murderous giant (Jorge Garcia, “Lost”). Meanwhile, Emma’s past is revealed to be anything but magical when she meets up with a fellow thief who wants to make an honest woman out of her.

Tonight’s episode 6 is going to be exciting, and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of the season 2 episode 6 of Once Upon A Time — tonight at 7PM EST! While you wait for the episode, check out the sneak peek video below of tonight’s episode.



  1. JimmyMackey says

    That’s what I want to know, what was in the box, and how does a typewriter appear when he shows Regina? Does the box manifest whatever he wants? Emma obviously doesn’t have feelings for Capt. Hook, but he sure has feelings for her! Now there are three men in love with her, which is making for a pretty kinky family show. LOL! I started saving the episodes during the first season, but my old DVR ran out of room. Now, I save them on my Hopper from DISH because there are thousands of hours of recording time. That way, my DISH coworker and his family comes over and watches too, which is a great time together with our families.

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