As Hook's ship returns to Storybrooke, a well-hidden Pan puts a new plan into motion, while flashbacks show Snow and Charming go in search of a mythical being that could stop the Evil Queen cold in her tracks.

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As Hook's ship returns to Storybrooke, a well-hidden Pan puts a new plan into motion, while flashbacks show Snow and Charming go in search of a mythical being that could stop the Evil Queen cold in her tracks.

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Prince Charming has a much longer haircut in the flashback to his and Snow White's wedding night than the same time from previous seasons. See more »

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Captain Hook: I made a decision when it comes to Emma. I'm going to back off.
Neal Cassidy: Back off?
Captain Hook: For the sake of the boy. Let his parents have a fair shot. Without a devilishly handsome pirate standing in the way.
Neal Cassidy: You serious?
Captain Hook: Yeah. I *am* dangerously handsome.
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Entertaining, but contrived.
14 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This series, like Sleepy Hollow, is a mashup of multiple stories. Parts of other fantasies and myths are paraded out like "dei ex machina" to solve nearly all problems. There is no REAL story since it is simply a combination of many stories, already good in themselves, that put together make no sense. Though possibly entertaining to some with no knowledge of fiction or myth, it is not something that children should be allowed to watch since it will confuse and uneducate them to the truly marvelous stories that real myth and fairy tales have to offer. They will grow up culturally ignorant and make fools of themselves, not to mention making them fail exams and become social misfits.


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