Emma and Henry accompany Gold on his quest to find his son, while Mary Margaret, David and Leroy deal with a vengeful giant, as flashbacks detail information about his life.

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Mr. Gold and Emma, accompanied by Henry, depart on their journey. Back in Storybrooke, Mary Margaret, David, and Leroy stumble upon Anton, the giant, who is out to murder David. Back in fairy tale land, the giant Anton visits the humans of his world and runs into Prince James and "Jack". Written by Nadia Nassar

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Belle is watching Expose on the television in the hospital, a fictional show featured in the show Lost (2004), another television series by Once Upon a Time (2011) creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis. See more »

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Rumplestiltskin tells Emma and Henry that they're driving down from Maine to Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts for their flight, which the after-credits teaser says is to New York City. This is a needlessly long and ultimately unnecessary drive for them, as the airports in Bangor and Portland have direct flights to New York City, and the smaller regional airports in Bar Harbor, Augusta and Presque Isle offer shuttle flights to Logan. See more »

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[during a fight with the giants, "Jack" is fatally wounded]
Jack: James! Please...
James: [loaded with the giants' treasure] I'm sorry, Jack. I've a kingdom to run. I'm sure you understand.
[and clears off, leaving her to die]
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Really disappointing episode: So many plot holes
23 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Where to begin. I've been liking OUaT for the most part, but this episode actually made me mad. Yes Spoilers:

1) How did both David and Leeroy manage to not notice Hook sneaking off as they were unlocking the cage with Anton in it? They didn't even show Leeroy in the shot, so was he just standing off camera looking over the water? You even see Hook in the background sneaking away over the deck.

2) How/why did Snow and David just let Anton run off of the ship, when they had a bow and gun? 3) I don't even want to know how all those giants managed to be defeated by an army that had to climb laboriously up a giant beanstalk and would have been absolutely exhausted when they reached the top, let alone let themselves be stabbed by diminutive humans that they could crush with massive clubs or just boot them. And somehow siege weapons were carted up (the fiery boulder flying in the background).

4) If there was an army that came up the stalk, why didn't they loot every scrap of treasure there? (minor annoyance, but felt like tossing that in there) 5) The drive to Logan in Boston, when they could have gone to Bangor or Portland, as stated in the goofs section. Also, Logan is 3 hours from NYC. They could have more easily just driven and not had to worry about airport security? And having to take off his shawl? I haven't flown in a long time, but that just seems trite. Wave the wand, pat him down, hey look it's just a cloth, go ahead through. :/ 6) Anton raging around town was graphically pretty bad, especially the power lines part. I guess he's resistant to being severely electrocuted? 7) Anton hanging from the pipe, the fact that the editors showed the rope already dangling down then cut to showing them hooking the rope up and then tossing it down was just amateurish. And why did David have to climb down to grab his hand, instead of just having Anton grab the rope? Absolutely pointless and risky, given how big Anton still is.

The bad in this episode far outweighed the good. At least we had a sexy female Jack in stockings for eye candy...because they had those things in medieval fantasy land...


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