The residents of Storybrooke race to stop Pan from placing another curse on the town.

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The residents of Storybrooke race to stop Pan from placing another curse on the town.

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The song, Charley's Girl, that plays as Emma and Henry eat breakfast in their new lives in New York, is the same song that Neil/Baelfire was listening to as he walked through New York at the beginning of season 2. See more »

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Peter Pan removes the black cuff from his left arm and magically puts the cuff on Gold, rendering him powerless. Next Pan pushes him across the room. When Pan throws out his arm to do this, the black cuff is back on his left arm. CORRECTION: It's not the black cuff that is shown on Peter's arm, it's the brown cuff that Peter wears on both wrists that is shown. The brown cuffs can be seen on both wrists as Peter is laying on the bed before he wakes up. See more »

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Captain Hook: His curse remains. Can you stop it, or should we all start preparing our souls? 'cause mine's gonna take some time.
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References Tron (2010) See more »

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Charley's Girl
Written by Lou Reed (uncredited)
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it's official this show is *DEAD* this shouldn't be called once....
18 February 2014 | by (Colombia) – See all my reviews

it should be call what it is. LOST 5.0 except not a very good or inspired one. once upon a time can officially join all the dead scifi shows that try to be lost but could never touch it...never. once is now in the list with Alcatraz, flashforward, that unmemorable nbc show with the kid and the plane and the memories see I even forgot the name. unmemorable! rehash are some of the proper terms.

once was only any good in season 1. season 2 I was in at the beginning then it dragged. and now season 3 what a joke.

the biggest joke is that this is LOST! A mediocre one at that.

does this sound familiar.

season 1 it ends with them leaving their land and going back to fairytale land. from a well a magical spell is released and it ends with not knowing what's going to happen. aka the hatch. and what happens on season 2.... oh they have to go back. THEY HAVE TO GO BACK! does that classic plot line or line sound familiar! but what really pisses me off is what just happen in the latest episode. so they leave story brook and it cuts to someone going around doing house stuff cooking all in the meantime playing music then someone knocks on the door everything stops and its jack looking into the hatch with lock, even Juliet in the others camp... I mean its captain hook telling emma she needs to remember. remember wait like that show where they left the island and they focused on its last season about remembering their previous life and how their memories were rewritten to forget their life on the island. wait i'm I talking about once upon a time or lost!

the writer for this show which obviously were writers for that other show needs to remember. remember! that this isn't lost.

I could really give so many examples. but to carbon copy a whole scene worst whole story lines from lost is just lazy.


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