As David tries to restore order in Storybrooke, Regina continues to seek a way to regain her powers, and the Dwarves make a discovery when they investigate the town line.

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As David tries to restore order in Storybrooke, Regina continues to seek a way to regain her powers, and the Dwarves make a discovery when they investigate the town line.

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Regina says of their new world that of all the worlds it is the 'fairest of them all'. This of course is the same phrase from the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) that the Evil Queen says into the Magic Mirror: 'Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all'. The answer that came back of course was 'Snow White'. See more »

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When fairyland Regina is giving the magic book back to Rumple, in the background a barbedwirefence is visible. See more »

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Regina Mills: [to her son] I don't know how to love very well. I wasn't capable of it for a very long time. But I know, I remember... that if you hold on to someone too hard, that doesn't make them love you. I'm sorry I lied to you, that I made you feel like I didn't know who you are. But I want you to be here because you want to be here, not because I forced you. And not because of magic. I want to redeem myself.
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Not Fun
20 August 2016 | by (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) – See all my reviews

This episode was quite disappointing. Instead of delving into the Emma and Snow storyline, which would be exciting, they spend the entire episode centering around the lame business in the town. The queen's background surrounding banishing her mother seemed forced as well, as I wasn't buying the anger when it showed because of her reluctance to use magic. Could really care less about any type of life in the town, wanting nothing more than all the characters to remember who they are, and be transported back to their own land. Cora's return to the fold will surely cause a problem with things, and her little sham of being good is laughable at best, I'm sure she'll ruin everything.


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