Emma investigates Kathryn's sudden disappearance and Mary Margaret and Leroy help the Nuns sell candles at the Miner's Day festival, as flashbacks show when Grumpy fell in love with a fairy.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
August W. Booth (credit only)
Henry Mills (as Jared S. Gilmore) (credit only)
Nova / Sister Astrid
Dreamy / Leroy / Grumpy


Mary Margaret teams up with Leroy, Storybrooke's resident trouble maker, to help him sell candles during the Miner's Day Festival. Emma investigates Kathryn's sudden disappearance. Meanwhile, in the fairy-tale land that was, the Seven Dwarfs are made known as well as Grumpy's romance with the beautiful, yet clumsy, fairy Nova. Written by robo_1990

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4 March 2012 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Astrid's statement, "Someone once told me, 'You can do anything, as long as you can dream it,'" is a paraphrase of a quote by Walt Disney, "If you can dream it, you can do it." See more »


When Leroy is on the roof about to cut the electricity, Mary Margaret climbs up and calls him Dreamy instead of Leroy. See more »


Bossy: Welcome to the world, dwarf.
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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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Another good episode although not a perfect one
17 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dreamy is another good episode but it does have some flaws. The relationship between the fairy Nova and one of the Dwarfs named Dreamy is nice and it does a great job doing into full detail into how Dreamy later became Grumpy we know and love, but unfortunately, the romance for the two felt unneeded and some of the writing came across as a bit childish.

However, everything else turned out fine. The performances, especially Dreamy and Nova, were really good and I liked how they're connected to Storybrooke as well with Mary Margaret. The dialog is fine, the pacing's very brisk, the music score's still beautiful, and the directing is above average. Also, it does a nice job setting up the next episode in which Mary Margaret is sent to jail. I was like, "I gotta see what happens next." So, overall, another good, albeit not perfect, episode.

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