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Natalie Abrams from TV Guide talked with Once Upon A Time bosses Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis about some of the upcoming storylines on the episodes in the near future.

He loves her. He loves her not.

Once Upon a Time has pulled fans of star-crossed lovers Prince Charming and Snow White back and forth all season long, as the couple would reunite, only to break up again. Does the show actually have a plan for the iconic couple? We chatted with Once bosses Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis to find out. (And they answered a bunch of other burning questions too!)

You keep bringing Mary and David — aka Snow White and Prince Charming — together only to have them break up again. Do you actually have a bigger plan for them?
Kitsis: The whole idea of the show is that Storybrooke is cursed. Their love is so strong it keeps pulling them together no matter how hard we try to keep them apart. Of course, the curse has to keep them apart. I love that the audience is mad that David cheated, but he’s married to Snow White [Laughs]. In Storybrooke, he has all this guilt of cheating on Kathryn (Anastasia Griffith), but the truth is, that’s the curse.
Horowitz: Is he cheating on Snow White by being with Kathryn? To us, there’s a level of complexity we’re trying to build with these relationships and making nothing easy for our characters.

The last we saw of Snow White in the fairytale world, she had erased her own memories. When will you pick up that story again?
Kitsis: [This Sunday’s episode] takes place right after the Huntsman released her, so before she’s attained all her banditry skills. In fact, there’s a scene you’ll see, where Red (Meghan Ory) teaches her how to track. Episode 16 [picks] up directly after the episode where she drank the poison.

Will we finally learn what horrible thing Snow did to the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) by the end of the season?
Horowitz: Oh yeah.
Kitsis: That is its own episode, and that will be Episode 18. That is the episode where you’ll find out why the Evil Queen hates Snow White so much.

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