Black Knight: She's crazy. She had a pickax. She threatened to skin me.
Prince Charming: The Evil Queen?
Black Knight: No. Snow White.
Prince Charming: [disbelieving] What?
Black Knight: She said she wanted to kill the Queen. I've never seen someone so bloodthirsty.
Prince Charming: No. Snow is not bloodthirsty, she's not a killer. I know her.
Black Knight: Maybe you don't.
Henry Mills: [referring to Mary Margaret] So you think someone's setting her up?
Emma Swan: It's the only thing that makes sense. The only problem is, nobody's got a motive.
Henry Mills: My mom does.
Emma Swan: Regina?
Henry Mills: She hates Snow White. Hey, you wanted a motive.
Emma Swan: Well, I don't think, "She hates Snow White" will hold up in a court, Henry.
Regina Mills: I always believe that evil isn't born. It's made.
David Nolan: All due respect, Regina, I don't think you know much about evil.
Regina Mills: Evil doesn't always look evil. Sometimes it's staring right at us, and we don't even realize it.
[David is asking Mary Margaret if she had been involved in Kathryn's murder]
Mary Margaret Blanchard: When your phone records came back, when I found you wandering in the woods, when everyone thought you killed Kathryn, I stood by you. I never once doubted you. And now that everything is pointing to me... you actually think I am capable of that kind of evil? - Get... out.
Snow White: Do you know what a diamond is? It's the strongest substance known to man or beast - beautiful, precious, nearly impervious to destruction. Nearly. This...
[she lifts a pickaxe]
Snow White: This is an ax from the dwarf mines. It's a special blade. It can, believe it or not, actually cut a diamond. Imagine what it can do to human flesh - soft, pliable, tender... flesh!
Prince Charming: I love you, Snow.
Snow White: But I don't love you. I don't even remember you.
Prince Charming: Well, I don't care. The only thing I care about is that you don't forget who you really are. I would rather die than let you fill your heart with darkness.
Snow White: You would really die for me?
Prince Charming: Does it look like I'm making this up?
Snow White: No one's ever done anything like this for me before. No one's ever been willing to die for me.
Prince Charming: No one you can remember.
Jiminy Cricket: How can she remember who you are, when she's lost sight of who she is?
Rumplestiltskin: No potion can bring back true love. Love... is the most powerful magic of all - the only magic I haven't been able to bottle. If you can bottle love... you can do anything.
Sneezy: [reads his complaint to Snow] "You brought bales of straw into the house last night", even though you know that I'm... ah... ah...
Snow White: You are allergic to *everything*!
Snow White: I assume you're the man Rumplestiltskin helped me forget. What's your name again?
Prince Charming: It's me, Charming!
Snow White: Charming? Beginning to see why I drank that potion.
[on the question why he is helping her]
August W. Booth: I don't think that hot chocolate's gonna drink itself. You're upset about your teacher, aren't you?
Henry Mills: She didn't do it. Why can't anyone see that?
August W. Booth: 'Cause most people just see what's right in front of them. I don't think you're gonna find the answers you want at the bottom of that mug.
Henry Mills: Then where?
August W. Booth: That a book in your bag? You know I'm a writer. So I'm partial to finding my answers in a literary form.
Henry Mills: It's just a book.
August W. Booth: Is it?
Henry Mills: Yeah.
August W. Booth: I think we both know that that's not the case.
August W. Booth: Can I get a water, please?
Henry Mills: What do you know about it?
August W. Booth: I know it's a book of stories.
Henry Mills: Aren't all books?
August W. Booth: Stories that really happened.
Henry Mills: You think my book is real?
August W. Booth: As real as I am.
Henry Mills: How do you know?
August W. Booth: Let's just say that, uh, I'm a believer. And I want to help others see the light. That, my friend, is why I'm here.
Henry Mills: But I already believe.
August W. Booth: Well, I'm not here for you, buddy. I'm here for Emma.
Henry Mills: So you want to get her to believe? Why don't you just tell her?
August W. Booth: Well, there are some people, like you and me, we can go on faith. But others, like Emma, they need proof.
Henry Mills: Last time I tried to find proof, I got trapped in a sinkhole.
August W. Booth: There *are* less dangerous places to look.
Emma Swan: I need help.
Mr. Gold: From me?
Emma Swan: Every time I've gone up against Regina, I've lost, except for once, when I became sheriff, when you helped.
Mr. Gold: As I recall, you don't exactly approve of my methods.
Emma Swan: I approve of your results. And this time, I have something more important than a job. I need to save my friend.
Mr. Gold: And you're willing to go as far as it takes?
Emma Swan: Farther.
Mr. Gold: Now we're talking.
Snow White: King George took James. I have to get him back.
Grumpy: No, Snow, you can't do it.
Snow White: I can't let the King just kill him. He came back for me. It doesn't matter what happens to me now. I have to try.
Grumpy: That's not what I meant. What I meant was, you can't do it alone.
[he exchanges looks with his fellow dwarves]
Grumpy: But luckily, you won't have to. Let's show that King what Snow White and seven dwarves can really do!
Emma Swan: Henry, what are you doing here? Why aren't you in school?
Henry Mills: We have to help Ms. Blanchard.
Emma Swan: I am helping her. That's why I'm searching the apartment. But you got to go home.
Henry Mills: Not gonna happen.
Emma Swan: [giving in] Just stay out of the way.
Henry Mills: So what are we looking for?
Emma Swan: I'm trying to see if maybe someone broke in. Looking for busted door jambs, broken glass, muddy boot prints, that kind of thing.
Henry Mills: So you think someone's setting her up?
Emma Swan: It's the only thing that makes sense. The only problem is nobody's got a motive.
Henry Mills: My mom does.
Emma Swan: Regina?
Henry Mills: She hates Snow White.
[Emma looks at Henry skeptically]
Henry Mills: Hey, you wanted a motive.
Emma Swan: Well, I don't think "she hates Snow White" will hold up in a court, Henry.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: The heating vent? Emma, I don't even know where the heating vent in my bedroom is!
Emma Swan: Well, someone did. And they put a hunting knife in there. I checked for signs of a break-in, but there weren't any.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: You don't believe me?
Emma Swan: Of course I do. But what I think doesn't matter. The evidence is piling up by the hour.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Okay, what are you saying?
Emma Swan: I'm saying you should think about hiring a lawyer.
Mr. Gold: [entering] An excellent idea.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Mr. Gold.
Emma Swan: What are you doing here?
Mr. Gold: Offering my legal services.
Emma Swan: You're a lawyer?
Mr. Gold: Ever wondered why I was so adept at contracts?