I’m not that person anymore. I’ve changed. Zelena
I can’t offer you a legend, but I can offer you my heart. Henry
Doesn’t this all seem weird? I mean, come on, you can’t deny how the universe keeps bringing us together. Henry
You don’t have to worry about me anymore. ‘Cause I’m okay. I promise. Alice
It’s all my fault. I found Henry and tricked him into coming here and now…now I’m going to lose him. Lucy
Lives are at stake, you need a hero. Prince Naveen
If a life needs to be traded for Lucy’s, then you take mine. Victoria
I would do anything to save you, no matter how crazy. So, Lucy, if that means there’s some other world where I really am your dad, then I believe it, Lucy. I believe. Henry
Fairytales are real, but you don’t know the whole story. Victoria
I know where you come from, true love always wins. But mine is a world of broken promises where people never find each other. Ella
You have no idea what you just let crawl out into this world. Victoria
I will do whatever it takes to stop you. Heroes can always break curses. Regina
The second season of “Dead to Me” lives up to the first, continuing to provide well-rounded and complex characters as well as nail-biting and thrilling plotting.
Belief is a weed. It grows wild and deep. If you want to destroy it for good, you have to uproot it. Witch
It’s time to let me go. Belle
Sacrifice that boy, or you sacrifice everyone. Lady Tremaine
Second chances are not given. They’re earned. Victoria
I need to figure out what my story is. Henry
So, finally, after 6 seasons and 133 episodes, this story of Once Upon a Time has drawn to an end. It’s no mean feat to be able to draw a line underneath a tale that has included travelling to Neverland, Oz, Camelot and the Underworld, not to mention the host of curses and villains that have swept through the sleepy New England town. However, fortunately, season finales have always been a strong suit of Kitsis and Horowitz, and it provides a fitting end for Emma Swan’s storyline. The elements that set up the softly rebooted seventh season were intriguing, but fortunately didn’t detract too much from the goodbye.
Wherever we end up, we’re gonna win. Emma
Follow the story of the three Locke children as they discover that their ancestral home Key House has everything: grand bedrooms, stunning views – oh, and magical keys and a demonic entity that resides in the well hellbent on securing them for their own devices.
You chose your power over mine. Rumple
Despite a promising start, Moffat and Gatiss’ latest collaboration ends in a muddled and confusing finale that isn’t as clever as they think it is.
You’re all I’ve got, Regina. Zelena
I believe the greeting you’re looking for is “Hello, Mother”. The Black Fairy
I’m sorry, but your son cannot be saved. He’s evil. Emma