Once Upon a Time: Episode 6.14 Spoilers – Will Evil Queen kill Regina?

Curious in getting some further Once Upon a Time season 6 episode 14 spoilers? Rest assured that today, we come bringing to you some of the first details regarding “Page 23,” a new episode airing next week that will feature a wide array of different events … many of which revolving around Lana Parrilla.

Let’s just be straight here for a minute — if you love Parrilla, this is going to be an episode you need to watch live since it could the be Regina / Evil Queen battle of the centur. This was brewing for much of the first half of the season, and we’re getting set now to witness it coming to a full boil. The synopsis below gives you a pretty good indication as to precisely what you could end up seeing moving forward:

“Believing there isn’t room in Storybrooke for both her and Regina, the Evil Queen sets out to eliminate her other half using Robin to bait the trap. Hook, determined to make things work with Emma, turns to his old friend Capt. Nemo for advice, but Gideon torpedoes his plan before he’s able to set things right. In a flashback to the Enchanted Forest, the Evil Queen learns a surprising lesson about the true source of her misery.”

All of this sounds interesting, especially the part about Hook looking towards Nemo for advice of all people, given that he’s not exactly someone we’ve come to know all that well on the show. Are they really THAT close when it comes to their friendship? It’s hard to say so with such limited evidence.

Also, the mystery still remains out there in regards to the title for this episode. Remember here that “Page 23” is a reference to an experimental book that The Author was working on, one where Regina did seem to get her happy ending with Robin Hood. We’re not sure of the context of it in relationship to the show, especially given that the last we saw Robin of Loxley, he was getting set to do something in collaboration with the Evil Queen! His betrayal could be something that sets in motion many other things, provided that it is a betrayal. This guy is a rather difficult one to read in comparison to the other Robin.