Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue, Michael Raymond-James, Jared S. Gilmore, and Robert Carlyle.
That’s how you know you’ve really got a home: When you leave it, there’s that feeling that you can’t shake. You just miss it. Neal
We must enact the Dark Curse. Snow
“To hell with the cost!” Neal Cassidy
“For me to get what I want I need you to suffer.” Zelena
“Trust your gut, Swan. It will tell you what to do.” Hook
“Our lives will get better if we just hold onto hope. Your happy ending may not be what you expect, but that is what will make it so special.” Snow White
“There will always be something else. We can’t let it define us. We have to find the good moments in between all of the bad ones.” Snow White
“Seems the Evil Queen was able to love someone, after all.”
“I know all magic comes with a price. Saving magic must come with a price too.” Henry
“Why couldn’t it be called something like Sunshine Valley or Rainbow Cove?” Emma Swan
“The game is about to get interesting.” Peter Pan
“Let’s see what kind of man you really are.” Peter Pan
“A lifetime of craven self-interest is a nasty habit.” Belle
Are you brave enough to hope?
A new fantastical quest is afoot.
How can you solve a problem like Tamara…and Greg?
Think Peter Pan…but…evil?
Regina could have been good! What else is new?
Is true love stronger than amnesia?
Whatever happened to Pinocchio anyway?
Regina wants to have it all: family, love, and murderous revenge. Is that too much to ask?
What does Cora want?
When does being good start being good enough?
Gold finally reunites with Baelfire.
Emma’s past before Storybrooke helps explain her distance with her relationship with Snow.