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Regina Mills Appreciation Week: Day Three

∟Favorite Season - Season Three

Season three Regina has to be my favorite, because she manages to be a bit of everything. In season three she’s the evil queen, she’s hopeful, she acts like a petulant child, she’s the snarky mayor and she’s in top form all the way through. She’s learning that while redemption and “finding the light” so to speak is important, Regina also realizes that denying a part of yourself in exchange for trying to grow a different part isn’t the way to redemption, but instead it’s through the reconciliation of all the parts of you, good bad or whatever that produces well rounded, still flawed, better person.

Lana Parilla – Once Upon A Time – Comic Con 2014 – Starry Constellation Magazine 


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Regina Mills Appreciation Week — Day 2: Favourite Scene

Last word from the Queen…


Can you imagine a love like that?

Regina Mills Appreciation Week - Day 2: Favourite Scene

I’ve always loved the Rumple and Regina interactions in whatever capacity, however this was really poignant. When Rumple took on Regina as his apprentice, he was the only person who had paid attention to Regina and her potential. I’m not saying his intentions were correct and he was only using her for his own purposes, however he made her feel wanted and appreciated. Regina finally had someone who was proud of her achievements and she wanted to make him proud. I’m guessing in some ways Regina looked up to him as a father kind of figure because she was so young at the time of being taught by him. No one had ever acknowledge her being a mother and what kind of job she had done with Henry, so when Rumple said ‘you raised him well’ Regina felt like that young girl again who made him feel proud in her and his grandson.