August's real identity is revealed as his condition worsens. Regina tries to seduce David to spite Mary Margaret.

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Out of jail, Mary Margaret resumes her teaching job. Meanwhile August Booth takes Emma out of Storybrook to the place where they came into this world to try and make her believe that the stories are true. There he confesses to her his true identity. Written by Anonymous

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The number on August's door is 2. This is a sly nod to the film connected to August's identity, the second animated feature produced by Disney. See more »

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When Regina and Mary Margaret are talking at the school, Mary's fringe changes repeatedly between shots. See more »

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August W. Booth: We're going on a trip, Emma, so I can tell you somebody's story.
Emma Swan: Whose story?
August W. Booth: Mine.
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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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References Pinocchio (1940) See more »

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Things have been getting better in this neat episode
31 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After concluding the Mary Margaret trial subplot, things have been getting better in this neat episode. Yes, some of the writing came across as a bit sub-par, but that's my only quibble. Most of the writing is superb especially in the scene where Henry stood up to Regina and said this awesome line.

"No matter what you do, Snow White and Charming will be together. The curse will end. Good will win." Jared Gilmore, who plays Henry, does a great job in delivering that line and it shows that the kid does have potential after all. Only time will tell when I review the later episodes. Anyway, the acting is still great, the pacing is solid and doesn't drag, the sets and scenery are still gorgeous, the directing and editing is terrific, and Mark Isham continues to bring some atmospheric music to the entire episode as in the previous episodes. So, overall, almost as perfect, but still a great episode. :)


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