Mary Margaret Blanchard: Why didn't you say anything?
Emma Swan: I'm not your mother.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: No. According to Henry, I'm yours.
Prince Charming: True love isn't easy. But it must be fought for; because once you find it... it can never be replaced.
August W. Booth: Water is a very powerful thing. Cultures as old as time have worshiped it. It flows throughout all lands, connecting the entire world. If anything had mystical properties, if anything had magic... well, I'd say it'd be water.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Remember when you told me to stay away from David and I agreed?
Emma Swan: Yes.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: I didn't.
Emma Swan: Yeah, I know.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: You do? How?
Emma Swan: Because I'm... sheriff and you are a lovesick schoolteacher. Covering your tracks is not exactly your strong suit.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Oh, I've been discr... discreet.
Emma Swan: Two teacups in the sink, new perfume, late nights, plunging necklines - it was not hard to connect the dots.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: [looks down at her cleavage] Plunging?
Emma Swan: When I met you, you were a top-button kind of girl.
Siren: [posing as Snow White] Congratulations, Prince Charming. You're the first.
August W. Booth: They say there's something special about this well. There's even a legend. They say that the water from the well is fed by an underground lake, and that lake has magical properties.
Emma Swan: Magic? You sound like Henry.
August W. Booth: Smart kid. So, this legend, it says that if you drink the water from the well, something lost will be returned to you.
Emma Swan: You know an awful lot about this town for being a stranger.
August W. Booth: And you know very little for being the sheriff.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: [referring to August] Who was that?
Emma Swan: I don't know yet.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Yet? So you're going to find out?
Emma Swan: It's nothing.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Nothing with you means something, because if it were nothing, we wouldn't be talking about it.