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Lady of the Lake 

Mary Margaret, Emma, Mulan and Aurora head for Snow White's castle to find a portal to Storybrooke, as flashbacks show King George curse Snow, preventing her from being able to conceive a child.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Snow White / Mary Margaret Blanchard
... Emma Swan
... Regina Mills
... Prince Charming / David Nolan
... Belle French (credit only)
... Henry Mills (as Jared S. Gilmore)
... Red Riding Hood
... Mr. Gold (credit only)
... Princess Aurora
... Mulan
... King George / Albert Spencer
... Cora Mills
... Jefferson
... Ruth
... Sir Lancelot


Emma, Snow White, Mulan and Aurora head for Snow White's castle to find the wardrobe that sent Emma to earth as a baby hoping they can use it to get back to Storybrooke. In the past, Snow finds out what the gender of her first born will be. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

14 October 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


When Emma and Snow are talking to Mulan at the camp before heading to the castle Mulan says "do exactly as I say and you might survive" Shang says something simalar to this in the Mulan movie where he says "Heed my every order and you might survive" See more »


David Nolan: You're the grandson of a prince. Think it's about time you learned how to use a sword. Henry - I can't get 'em back without you. So? What do you say, you with me?
Henry Mills: Can you teach me how to fight a dragon?
David Nolan: We'll work our way up to it.
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References How I Met Your Mother (2005) See more »

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Despite having too much stuff in a short time, Lady of the Lake is another solid continuation

After two solid episodes, the second season continues to be interesting. Lady of the Lake continues the journey of Emma Swan and her mother, Snow White (Mary Margaret) into the Enchanted Forest while David, Regina, and Henry continue to find a way to get them back to Storybrooke.

There are some nitpicks I do have with the episode. It does have too much stuff in such a short time and Sarah Bolger did disappointed me a little bit as Aurora even though it had something to do with the way she was written. That being said, everything else was fine.

Mark Isham continues to deliver some great music and the theme song continues to be haunting. The storyline continues to be engaging, most of the writing continues to be strong, we finally got to see more of Emma and Snow White's journey into the Enchanted Forest with Mulan and Aurora on a quest to get back home, the pacing's never dull, the performances, aside from Sarah Bolger, are still great especially the actor who played Lancelot, whose introduction her was solid. Also, the parallel between Storybrooke and the Enchanted Forest continues to be interesting and balances emotion and fantasy really well.

Overall, another solid continuation. Thumbs up! :)

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