Once Upon a Time: Season 1, Episode 5

That Still Small Voice (27 Nov. 2011)

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As Sheriff Graham deputizes Emma, the ground shakes and a giant sinkhole mysteriously appears at the edge of town. But a curious Henry's life is placed in danger when he decides to explore ... See full summary »

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As Sheriff Graham deputizes Emma, the ground shakes and a giant sinkhole mysteriously appears at the edge of town. But a curious Henry's life is placed in danger when he decides to explore the innards of the sinkhole to see if its contents can link the inhabitants of Storybrooke to the fairytale world. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world, Jiminy Cricket yearns to leave the family business and transform into the person he wants to be. Written by ABC Publicity

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Archie Hopper: I guess I'm just not a very good person. I'm not the man I wanna be.
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Henry Mills: I think you can be him. I think you can be a good person. I mean, you're Jiminy Cricket.
Archie Hopper: Henry, Henry... Jiminy Cricket was a... he was a cricket. Okay? And he was a conscience; and, and I hardly think that's me.
Henry Mills: But before, you always said he was a guy, who took a long time to figure out... the right thing to do.
Archie Hopper: ...That kinda sounds like me.
Henry Mills: Now it's harder for you, because of the curse. To hear the voice inside of you...
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Excellent Edition to a Great New Series.
27 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So far the series has taken us from how Snow White and Prince Charming met to Cinderella's transformation from maid to princess. This time however we go deeper into the unknown tale of Jiminy Cricket and his quest to find himself.

In this episodes lives begin changing and this change shows greater when old mines in the town suddenly blow up. Henry believes this to be related to his theory that the town is made-up of fairy-tale characters. As he tries to convince others of his theory Regina pushes Archie to try and get Henry to end his crusade. After Archie tells Henry he's delusional Henry decides to dare the dangers of the crumbling mines to find proof that he's not crazy. Things then get dangerous when Regina and Emma must put there feelings aside if they want to save Henry from the mines.

This is another great edition in one of the most unexpected success' of the 2011-2012 television season. Once again we find ourselves learning more about another famous fairy-tale character and the unexpected twist in his story just like Cinderella and The Evil Queen. This is probably the most engaging episode yet as we dive deeper into the towns history as well as the relationship between Mary and John Doe. A must see for fans of the show.


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