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Second Star to the Right 

When Regina goes missing, Emma immediately suspects Tamara. Meanwhile, flashbacks show what happened to Baelfire after leaving the Enchanted Forest.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Mills (as Jared S. Gilmore)
Ruby Lucas (credit only)


When Regina goes missing, Emma immediately suspects Tamara. After Bae leaves the magical world, he lands in London, England and stumbles upon the Darling house where he meets Wendy and her brothers. Meanwhile, Gold shows Lacey his magical powers. Written by Nadia Nassar

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5 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The time 8:15 is a reference to the television series Lost (2004). Lost has special numbers that are repeated over and over again throughout the series. The numbers 8 and 15 are part of those numbers, to include the infamous flight number 815, that began the Lost series. Once Upon a Time (2011) creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis were writers for Lost as well. See more »


Mary Margaret Blanchard: Regina's missing and we think she might be in danger.
Mr. Gold: Just the way I like her.
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References Peter Pan (1953) See more »

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one of the best !!
14 May 2013 | by (egypt) – See all my reviews

this was one of the best episode of the season .. very interesting and cool i really enjoyed watching the neverland story and the shadow .. it was completely awesome !! In true Kitsis & Horowitz style, they've essentially turned the last three episodes of the season into an epic movie split up into thirds, tying together a number of very recent elements and characters. ... It was a huge relief when Regina was saved, and while I don't understand the Blue Fairy helping her I also loved how she then awkwardly had to tell them about her plan to sweep them all to hell and was totally unapologetic about it. The promo for next week's finale seems to heavily imply she'll sacrifice her life for Storybrooke's. I don't want to believe OUAT would kill off Regina, but the fact that so much of this season has been dedicated to her redemption arc makes me wonder if they'll pull those kind of shenanigans. at the end it was the best episode of season 2 till now and congratulation ouat fans for the third season !!

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