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Everyone returns to the Enchanted Forest, except for Emma and Henry, who now live in New York and remember nothing of their time spent in Storybrooke.

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Everyone returns to the Enchanted Forest, except for Emma and Henry, who now live in New York and remember nothing of their time spent in Storybrooke.

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Trivia

At the beginning of the episode, when Aurora is setting the table for her and Phillip, the plates form, what is known in the Disney Universe, as a hidden Mickey. See more »

Goofs

Emma and Henry are shown playing Diablo III, and talk about what levels they've beaten. In Diablo III, there are no levels to beat. The player's character gains levels through experience.

Also, later in the show, after being asked by Emma how did he become so wise, Henry replies with "after level 16, when I became a knight". In the game, nothing really happens at level 16, and the player can never be (or become) a knight, since this class doesn't properly exist. See more »

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Emma Swan: Henry, this is Killian. He's... I'm, um... I'm helping him with his case.
Henry Mills: Did you skip bail?
Hook: Ah, he's still a little spitfire.
Henry Mills: "Still"?
Emma Swan: He's not a perp, he's a client.
Henry Mills: Why are you dressed like that?
Hook: [indignant] Why are *you* dressed like that?
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What a wonderful start
17 March 2014 | by (Bangladesh) – See all my reviews

This was one of the best episode of this wonderful show. From the very beginning it was filled with twists and turns. It was definitely a good setup for the rest of the season. There were many secrets and many revelations. The special effects are worth mentioning. The flying monkeys were a treat to watch. This new curse seems interesting. The best twist was Whalsh's reality. Hook was fun and Emma was cool. Regina's pain for Henry was heart wrenching. The episode was first paced and every details were taken in to account. The episode was a good mix of drama, tragedy, comedy and romance. If you missed it, then you definitely missed a brilliant episode.


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