After Mr. Gold's house is robbed, Emma keeps a close eye on him when it looks like he wants to track down the criminal and dole out some vigilante justice as payback, and Valentine's Day finds Mary Margaret, Ruby and Ashley having a girls' night out. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Belle agrees to a fateful deal to give up her freedom in order to save her town from the horrors of the Ogre war. Written by
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On the side of Moe French's van it reads "Game of Thorns" likely referencing the HBO series Game of Thrones
(2011) which Once Upon a Time writer/producer Jane Espenson
also has a writing credit on. See more
In "The Price of Gold", Ashley says she is 19, yet she is going to a bar and drinking. See more
You're a coward, Rumplestiltskin. And no matter how thick you make your skin, that doesn't change.
I'm not a coward, dearie. It's quite simple, really. My power... means more to me than you.
No. No, it doesn't. You just don't think I can love you. Now you've made your choice. And you're going to regret it. Forever. And all you have... is an empty heart. And a chipped cup.
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
References Beauty and the Beast