Once Upon a Time (2011– )
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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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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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Trivia

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 »

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Baelfire: [as he leaves for Neverland] Thank you, Wendy, for making me part of your family.
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References Peter Pan (1953) See more »

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wooow !!!
14 May 2013 | by (eg) – See all my reviews

this is a very strong episode i really enjoyed watching it .. i loved the story of shadow and peter pan !!

I loved the sinister interpretation of Peter Pan as this horrifying wraith, creeping in and stealing little boys. I'd never really seen the horror movie element of Peter Pan before, but OUAT managed to take the same scene we're all familiar with, the lamps going out and the window flying open, and with a subtle change in background music and cinematography . Also, brilliant explanation for why those kids were sleeping with umbrellas and saucepans as they do in the original stageplay. Bae volunteering himself to protect Wendy and her brothers and his subsequent flight through Wonderland—it was all gorgeous and eerie and spectacularly well done. Yes, wendy was amazing. Hope she's going to join the spin off Wonderland series Young Bae was similarly amazing. 10/10


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