As a special treat for Once Upon a Time fans, an amazing parody of Good Morning America, entitled Good Morning Storybrooke, was released at San Diego Comic-Con 2013, along with new season 3 clips.
The massive preview for Once Upon a Time season 3 shows many awesome clips of the crew traveling to Neverland, and talks about how this ragtag group is going to embark on this adventure together.
There’s so much that happens in this sizzle reel that we don’t know where to start. We’re most excited to see what becomes of Henry, along with anything having to do with Captain Hook.
The official description for the video from ABC’s YouTube channel reads “Prepare to set sail for adventure when Emma, Regina, Mary Margaret, David, Mr. Gold, and Captain Hook chart a course for Neverland.”
This teaser clip shows Leroy on a lunch break when he is suddenly interrupted by a mysterious thief. She takes his fork from his lunch pail when he’s not looking, and sneaks back into the water. Leroy chases after her to uncover the thief, and it certainly seems like we might be seeing Ariel next season as she is clearly intended to be the culprit when her red hair emerges from the water.
The official video description reads “Leroy’s lunch-time is interrupted when Ariel, The Little Mermaid, swims ashore in Storybrooke.”
Last, but certainly never least, we got a terrific parody video in which we see a version of Storybrooke’s morning show, Good Morning Storybrooke. The highlight is a great commercial for Granny’s Diner and Bed and Breakfast performed by Red. She truly looks terrified on camera and reminds us of just how much we really love her.
Which is your favorite video from this morning’s panel?
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