Mary Margaret and David struggle with their feelings for each other, while Emma and Regina become suspicious of a mysterious arrival in Storybrooke.



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Henry Mills (as Jared S. Gilmore)


Mary Margaret and David continue to grapple with their unrequited love, and Emma and Regina grow suspicious over a mysterious new stranger in town. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Snow White yearns to ease her breaking heart as Prince Charming's wedding to King Midas' daughter approaches. Written by ABC Publicity

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22 January 2012 (USA)  »

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The object/person/animal in the forest in the opening title scene is a hooded figure walking through the trees of the forest. See more »


In the recap videos before the actual episode starts when Prince Charming and Snow White are saying goodbye, the scar is on the left side of his face even though all other scenes show the scar on the right side of his face. See more »


Emma Swan: Your mysterious box - what's in it?
August W. Booth: It's awfully frustrating not knowing, isn't it?
Emma Swan: Just tell me.
August W. Booth: Why? Is it illegal to carry around a box in these parts?
Emma Swan: No, of course it's not.
August W. Booth: You really wanna know what's inside it, don't you?
Emma Swan: No. Well, maybe.
August W. Booth: I'm gonna make you wait. You're gonna have to wait a long time and watch me carry it around, hauling it to strange and mysterious places. And with each passing moment, the mystery will become more tantalizing. Your imagination will inflame, but so will...
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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 »


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A Snow White/Charming episode that is both compelling and heartbreaking
25 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While some of the dialog could've used some more tweaking, 7:15 A.M. improves over the previous episode and not only that. It's a Snow White/Charming episode where we see the two characters being fleshed out a bit more. It's also compelling that they would try and see each other again and it's heartbreaking to see that they have to go their separate ways. I'm not going to spoil it to those who haven't seen it or the show itself, but that makes it very interesting.

Anyway, it's superbly written, the acting is still feeling fresh, the visuals/scenery is once again beautiful, the direction is good and Mark Isham's score continues to be effective as it's emotional moments with Snow White and Prince Charming.

Overall, another good episode. Thumbs up.

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