David - aka John Doe - must choose between staying with Kathryn or leaving her to be with Mary Margaret, with whom he's fallen deeply, and inexplicably, in love; and Emma catches Sheriff Graham in a lie. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world that was, Prince Charming is about to encounter a life-changing event that will forever alter his destiny. Written by
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Emma pours Mary Margaret a glass of McCutcheon's scotch - the same as Mr. Widmore (played by Alan Dale
, who is also King George in this episode) refuses to pour for Desmond on Lost
(2004). See more
Midas is not a fairytale character; rather, he is drawn from Greek mythology. See more
[to Prince Charming
From this day forth, may that beast's head be a reminder to us of the valiant warrior who killed it - the bravest, most noble prince I have ever met. You have earned my utmost respect.
We treasure that respect, King Midas, just as we respect your treasure.
The opening sequence gives a hint to the episodes main story line by showing a character or event happening in the dark forest underneath the title. See more