After kissing Emma, Graham starts to remember details about his life before Storybrooke, while flashbacks show when the Evil Queen sent an assassin to kill Snow White.

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One of the town's residents begins to remember their fairytale past, and Storybrooke mourns the loss of one of their own. Meanwhile, in the fairytale world that was, the Evil Queen attempts to find a heartless assassin to murder Snow White. Written by ABC Publicity

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The wolf that played Graham's brother is also one of the wolves used to "design" the werewolves in the Twilight Series. See more »

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[Sheriff Graham is throwing darts at the image of a deer, hitting the target with the first two]
Sidney Glass: Nice shot, Chief. I bet you 20 bucks you can't do it again.
[Graham takes a sip from his drink and throws his third dart - full in the deer's face!]
Sheriff Graham: [to Ruby] Next round's on him.
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Another solid episode especially for the Huntsman
18 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode delivers quite a bit on continuing the backstory of the Huntsman on how he first met the Queen and how he was sent to kill Snow White, but deep down inside he has a good heart and decided not to. The dialog this time is a bit clichéd, but that's about it. The writing is really good, the scenery is very pretty especially the woods, the pacing's well done and it's still well-acted. The scene that I loved the most in this episode was when Emma stood up for Sheriff Graham and herself against Regina before they punched each other. This quote, for instance.

"Henry came and found me. Graham kissed me. Both were miserable. Maybe, Madam Mayor, you need to take a good hard look in the mirror and ask yourself why that is. Why is everyone running away from you?"

Epic. Just epic.

Anyway, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter is another solid episode and worthwhile for your time.


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