Once Upon A Time


Episode 1: Pilot

Summary: Emma Swan knows how to take care of herself. But when Henry — the son she gave up years ago — finds her, everything changes. Henry believes that Emma actually comes from an alternate world and is Snow White and Prince Charming’s missing daughter. Not believing a word of Henry’s story, Emma brings him back to Storybrooke, but finds herself drawn to this unusual boy and his strange New England town. Concerned for him, she decides to stay for a while, but soon comes to suspect that Storybrooke is more than it seems. It’s a place where magic has been forgotten, but is still powerfully close…where fairytale characters are alive, even though they don’t remember who they once were, and where the Evil Queen, known as Regina, is now Henry’s foster mother.

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Episode 2: The Thing You Love the Most

Summary: Regina does everything in her power to force Emma out of Storybrooke and out of her and Henry’s lives forever. Meanwhile, the chilling circumstances of how the Evil Queen released the curse upon the fairytale world is revealed.

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Episode 3: Snow Falls

Summary: At Henry’s urging, Emma convinces Mary Margaret to pay a visit to a comatose John Doe in the hospital and to read to him from the storybook. But Mary Margaret is stunned at the outcome of her visit. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world, Prince Charming meets Snow White for the first time in a most unexpected way.

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Episode 4: The Price of Gold

Summary: Emma tries to help a young pregnant woman escape from the clutches of Mr. Gold. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world that was, Cinderella makes a regrettable deal with Rumplestiltskin.

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Episode 5: The Still Small Voice

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Episode 6: The Shepherd

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Episode 7: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter

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Episode 8: Desperate Souls

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Episode 9: True North

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let us think the unthinkable, let us do the undoable, let us prepare to grapple with ineffable itself, and see if we may not eff it after all.

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