For the other characters who held this title, see Saviors.
For the Season Six episode, see "The Savior".
Emma Swan, also known as the Savior and the Greatest Light, formerly as the Dark One or the Dark Swan, briefly as Princess Leia, and alternatively as Princess Emma, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. She débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time and is portrayed by starring cast member Jennifer Morrison, guest star Abby Ross, and co-star Mckenna Grace.
Emma Swan is based on the titular character of the fairytale "The Ugly Duckling".
- Foresight - Ability to see the future in bits and pieces.
- True Love - Ability to kiss one's True Love and break a curse.
- Age Manipulation - Ability to accelerate or reverse the aging process or a pregnancy.
- Conjuration - Ability to conjure objects out of the blue.
- Energy Blasts - Ability to create magical blasts to harm the enemies and the objects in the most effective way.
- Healing Spells - Ability to magically heal injuries and/or diseases.
- Locator Spells - Ability to cast a spell that will aid in finding something or someone.
- Magical Immobilization - Ability to magically immobilize something or someone.
- Mirror Enchantments - Ability to see through mirrors and travel through them.
- Protection Spells - Ability to magically protect a location, an item or a person through various ways.
- Pyrokinesis - Ability to conjure and control fire.
- Shapeshifting - Ability to alter the appearance of oneself or others.
- Telekinesis - Ability to control the movement of the environment.
- Teleportation - Ability to magically teleport oneself and/or others from one location to another.
Former Magical Abilities
- Enhanced Traits - Augmented strength, agility, durability and fighting skills.
- Immortality - Eternal unaging life.
|Queen Eva †||King Leopold †||Evil Queen||Ruth †||Robert †||King George|
|Snow WhiteMary Margaret||Prince CharmingDavid Nolan||Prince James †|
|Prince Neal||Killian Jones||Emma Swan||Neal Cassidy †||Regina MillsRoni|
|CinderellaJacinda Vidrio||Henry Mills|
- Solid lines denote parent-child blood relationships
- Dashed lines denote marriages, adoptions and relationships that result in offspring
- † denotes the deceased
- Both Prince Charming and Prince James were adopted by King George
- Emma and Neal have never been married
- Henry Mills is the adopted son of Regina Mills
- The name "Emma" is of Germanic origin derived from the word "ermen" that means "whole" or "universal".
- Emma adopted the last name "Swan" after reading the story of "The Ugly Duckling". ("Tougher Than the Rest")
- According to the show creators, Emma's last name is symbolic of the journey they have created for the character as Emma is somebody who has had a very tough time and her journey is to become a swan.
- The name is also a reference to ABC's Lost island Swan Station.
- Emma's last name and identity as the Dark One is also an allusion to the Black Swan from the Swan Lake ballet.
- Emma claims to have an extra-special ability which is being able to tell when someone is lying to her. The show creators have stated that she has to be actually looking for a lie, and emotions cloud her ability, which is the reason why it has been failing her in her interactions with people. ("Pilot" et al.)
- Based on her mugshot on the cover of the newspaper, Emma is approximately 5'7" (170 cm). ("The Thing You Love Most", "Desperate Souls")
- Has a flower tattoo on the inside of her left wrist. It is similar to her father's crest. ("The Thing You Love Most" et al.)
- Likes hot cocoa with cinnamon, just like her mother and her son. ("The Thing You Love Most" et al.)
- According to herself, Emma has been in many relationships that failed. When asked if she has heard about ogres, she responds that she is pretty sure she has "dated a few". ("The Shepherd", "Lady of the Lake")
- The newspaper clipping in Emma's case file says: ("True North", "The Stranger", "Family Business", "Firebird")
- Baby found by Chantey's Lobster House.
- M. SOPARLO
- M. SOPARLO
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found a newborn infant by the side of
the interstate highway when taking a
shortcut home from school.
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released, first thought that the baby
girl was a plastic toy, but upon
further examination he realized it
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hear any crying so I thought it was
[three illegible words] kid," he said,
"but when I got closer I saw its hand
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that the birth took place at the scene.
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- Emma likes Froot Loops; she can be seen having it for breakfast several times. ("7:15 A.M.", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "Welcome to Storybrooke")
- Emma likes grilled cheese sandwiches. ("Red-Handed", "Darkness on the Edge of Town", "Unforgiven")
- The day after the curse, the newspaper Regina reads is dated October 23, 1983 (the show premiered on October 23, 2011). This means Emma's birthday is either October 22, or October 23, depending on whether she was born before or after midnight. ("Welcome to Storybrooke", "Selfless, Brave and True")
- Adam Horowitz has been quoted as saying that Emma's birthday is October 23. However, the show itself indicates that her birthday on October 22. In "Pilot", Emma celebrates her twenty-eight birthday on this date; the day she arrives in Storybrooke (which was the day before she spends the night behind bars and decides to stay; she even says to Regina that "yesterday was my birthday"). This is further confirmed when August's wooden state is triggered in Phuket, Thailand at 8:15 A.M. on October 24—the very same moment that Emma accepts the room key at 8:15 P.M. (the time zone in Phuket is twelve hours ahead of Maine's timezone). ("Pilot", "The Stranger", "Selfless, Brave and True")
- Moreover, Emma is put in the magic wardrobe before the Dark Curse completely transports everyone to Storybrooke. When the Dark Curse reaches the Land Without Magic, it's October 23 of 1983 night time. However, when Emma arrives in the Land Without Magic, it's day time, meaning she has to be born in October 22 of 1983, not 23. ("Pilot", "Welcome to Storybrooke", "Selfless, Brave and True")
- According to Jennifer Morrison, Emma is like an overgrown teenager who doesn't know how to eat properly or take care of herself properly, because she's never had a family unit. When Jennifer does not know what to do with Emma, she thinks, "What would a 14-year-old boy do?".
- Emma likes the color yellow. That's why her choice of car ended up as yellow back in 2001. ("Darkness on the Edge of Town")
- Emma's goodbye letter, whose envelope is titled "for my family", says:
all pay for my mistake.
Deep down, you know I'm right.
So please, promise me you'll
move on and find happiness
and help Henry grow into
the best man he can be. That's
enough for me. To die knowing
the family I always wanted
I will love you all forever.
- The text page next to Emma's illustration in Henry's storybook novel is a retelling of the scene where Emma leaves the Underworld in "Firebird". Some of it appears on-screen, while the rest of it can be seen on a prop photograph from an online auction (the missing text is set in fuchsia, or, in the case of links, underlined). It reads:
the ground quaking beneath their feet. In the distance,
the portal in the face of the fallen clock tower was
going dark. It was about to close! Emma helped
Henry and Regina through. They were getting out of
this place if it was the last thing she ever did. Emma
turned to her father with steely resolve in her eyes and
zipped up her red leather jacket.
Looking down at that trusty armor, it struck Emma for
"When I bought this jacket, it was meant to be an
armor to protect me from getting hurt by those I
love," Emma told David. "But now it's just a
reminder that I have to protect those I love."
for the first time how far she had truly come. And while
she may have lost much, she had gained a family. She
loose anyone else. Because she was the
Savior and there were people who still needed saving.
Emma led David through the fading portal. And with
one last look behind her, Emma wiped the tears from
her eyes. She knew what her mission was. And with
she stepped into the clock-faced portal and disap-
peared into the void. The portal was gone, replaced
once again by an ordinary clock face. Then.... tick. It
was 8:15 once again in Storybrooke.
("Hyperion Heights", "A Pirate's Life")
- The in-show inspiration for the character of Emma relates to the story of "The Ugly Duckling".
- Actress Katee Sackhoff auditioned five times to play Emma. When she quit, Jennifer Morrison won the role.
- According to show writer Adam Horowitz, Emma was supposed to have three children, which eventually evolved into just one.
- The scars featured on Emma's chest in the Enchanted Forest tavern scene in "Snow Drifts" are a direct result of Jennifer Morrison herself having multiple moles removed.
- In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jennifer Morrison stated that Emma going to the dark side, had been planned since the end of Season Three, although it was always meant to start in Season Five.
- In order to prepare for her portrayal of dark Emma, Jennifer Morrison did lots of research with mythology books and old fairy tale books, and read about the history of swans and the etymology of "swan". She also read about research about swans in general, and the psychology of fairy tales.
- According to Jennifer, there is an old fairy-tale that she has been using as a reference for Dark Swan, "The Queen and the Murderer", which sort of parallels Emma's journey. This fairytale is also known as "The One Handed Murderer", and is from Italo Calvino's collection of Italian Folktales. In the story, a woman is haunted by a murderer, and her father does not believe that the murderer is threatening her, so the murderer haunts her her whole life until she finally stands up to him and actually has kill him.
- Emma appears in a special, non-canon promo for Season Five, in which she is imprisoned in Rumplestiltskin's Cell. A jailer brings her food, and she grabs him through the bars. The jailer says, "They said you were a monster", and Emma replies, "Only on the inside", before she rips out his heart and crushes it.
- The Dark Swan's white hair, was achieved by using a powdery spray color, which gave the hair a special kind of depth and texture.
- On her birthday, Emma wishes on a candle shaped like a blue star, an allusion to the scene in Pinocchio, in which Geppetto wishes on a blue star and his wish is granted by the Blue Fairy. ("Pilot", "Wish You Were Here")
- When Henry is playing Space Paranoids, which is from the Disney film Tron, Emma's line, "It's all in the wrists", comes directly from the movie. ("What Happened to Frederick")
- While in Neverland, Emma notes Captain Hook's appearance in the animated film Peter Pan as sporting a "waxed mustache and a perm". ("Lost Girl")
- When discussing her brother's naming ceremony with her parents, Emma mention the movie The Lion King as an example of a royal baby coronation. ("Snow Drifts")
- When Emma goes back in time, the clasps on her cloak are in the shape of Mickey Mouse. ("Snow Drifts")
- The show creators have said that they view Captain Hook as their version of Han Solo from the Star Wars franchise. Fittingly enough, Emma's alias in the Enchanted Forest is Princess Leia, Han Solo's love interest. ("Snow Drifts", "There's No Place Like Home")
- In "The Apprentice", Emma says to Hook, "You look...", and Hook answers, "I know". This is a reference to the scene in The Empire Strikes Back where Princess Leia tells Han Solo that she loves him, and he answers, "I know". In "The Price", the lines are reversed, with Hook saying, "Swan, you look...", and she answers, "I know", mirroring the scene in Return of the Jedi, where Han Solo tells Leia that he loves her, and Leia answers, "I know".
- The Star Wars connection is further alluded to in "Operation Mongoose Part 2", where Henry and Hook rescue Emma from prison, and Henry refers to this as the "Wookiee prisoner transfer" ploy. This is a reference to the scene from A New Hope, where Han Solo and Luke Skywalker enter the Death Star's detention area to rescue Princess Leia.
- In Isaac's story, Emma is locked in a tower by her "mother", just like Rapunzel was in the Disney movie Tangled. Following the rescue, Emma is dressed in an outfit which resembles the one worn by Flynn Rider. ("Operation Mongoose Part 2")
- Emma calls Hook a "regular Jack Sparrow"; a reference to the famous pirate from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. ("Operation Mongoose Part 2")
- When Emma was young, she watched The Sword in the Stone in a movie theater. ("The Dark Swan")
- While having lunch with Hook aboard the Jolly Roger, the candle in a bottle and the table cloth on the table that Emma conjures, are similar to the ones seen in the famous spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp. ("Siege Perilous")
- Emma tells Jasmine how she watched the Aladdin movie. ("Street Rats")
- In the Wish Realm, Emma hums "Someday My Prince Will Come" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. ("Wish You Were Here")
- There is a Geronimo Jackson sticker on the back of Emma's car, a reference to the fictional band on Lost. The motif is from "Dharma Lady", a single by the band. ("Pilot" et al.)
- There is a close-up of Emma's eye after she wakes up from the car crash. This is a recurring theme from Lost. ("Pilot")
- Emma's room number at the inn is 4. This is a reference to John Locke's number on Lost. ("The Thing You Love Most")
- Emma lived in Tallahassee for two years, where she and Neal planned to star ta new life together. This is a reference to the episode "The Man From Tallahassee". ("The Price of Gold", "Tallahassee")
- While talking about Mary Margaret's feelings for David, Emma and Mary Margaret share glasses of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey. This was a fictional brand on Lost. ("The Shepherd")
- When traveling to New York City, Henry, Emma and Mr. Gold take an Ajira Airlines flight, an airline that appears on Lost. The total time of their flight is 42 minutes; a recurring number on the show. ("Tiny")
- The number 23 is seen over Emma's bed in the prison hospital. 23 is the fifth of the Lost numbers. ("Going Home")
- Emma buys Henry an Apollo candy bar at the drug store in New York City. This was a fictional brand on Lost. ("New York City Serenade")
- Emma and her foster family have takeout from Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack for dinner. This is a famous fast food franchise in the show. ("Lily")
- During her date with Ryan, Emma says that images found on online dating sites could be "Stolen from the Victoria's Secret catalog"; a reference to the popular lingerie retailer. ("Pilot")
- While Emma is "fixing" a toaster, the song she's listening to is "Kool Thing" by Sonic Youth. ("Desperate Souls")
- While Emma speaks to August about his plan, she refers to it as a "Magical Mystery Tour" which is a reference to the famous Beatles song of the same name. ("The Stranger")
- When Lancelot presents chimera as a food source, Emma asks if it's like turducken; a dish consisting of de-boned chicken stuffed into de-boned duck and then stuffed into a de-boned turkey. ("Lady of the Lake")
- While interrogating Hook, Emma says, "So much for fortune favoring the brave", referencing to the Latin phrase, "AVDENTES FORTVNA IVVAT", quoted in Virgil’s Latin poem Aeneid as allegedly the last words of the Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder. ("The Doctor")
- When Henry is making blueprints, Emma jokingly asks if he's plotting his escape from Shawshank. This is a reference to the fictional Shawshank State Penitentiary, from the 1994 movie The Shawshank Redemption, which is based on Stephen King's novella Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption. ("The Outsider")
- Emma's work business in New York City is called "Big Apple Bails Bond". ("The Tower")
- In "The Jolly Roger", Emma says they just checked on Ariel on "Skype", a reference to the popular computer software which specializes in providing video and voice calls over the Internet.
- After going back in time, Emma makes references to Marty McFly and the 1985 movie Back to the Future. ("Snow Drifts")
- The Portland flashback scene with Emma and Neal at the fairground is an homage to the famous scene from the 1954 movie On the Waterfront, where Marlon Brando is sitting in a swing in a children's park and handles a white glove dropped by Eva Marie Saint as they recall earlier days. ("There's No Place Like Home")
- When Emma blasts the snow monster with magic, she says, "Take that, Frosty"; a reference to the popular song "Frosty the Snowman" from 1950, which was subsequently adapted into the 1969 television special of the same name, which has been aired annually ever since. ("A Tale of Two Sisters")
- After that, Emma sarcastically asks Hook if he wants to go home and watch Netflix, the popular video streaming service. ("A Tale of Two Sisters")
- Emma calls the Snow Queen "Dairy Queen", a reference to the ice cream franchise of the same name. ("Rocky Road", "Family Business")
- Emma makes a joke about the ice cream flavor Rocky road while searching the Snow Queen's truck. ("Family Business")
- While she lives with Ingrid, young Emma makes references to Harry Potter, the title character of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. ("Shattered Sight")
- When Ingrid tells Emma that she "can accomplish anything" by focusing enough, Emma replies, "Ingrid, that's a plastic ring; not a scholarship for Yale", a reference to the university in New Haven, Connecticut. ("Shattered Sight")
- Emma's line, "You guys sure you don't want me to just wiggle my nose and get (Merlin) out of that tree?" refers to the classic ABC sitcom, Bewitched. The main character, Samantha, is a witch who employs a distinctive "wriggle" of her nose to use magic. ("Siege Perilous")
- When Emma says goodbye to Hook before heading off to the Temple of Prometheus, she quotes a lyric from the song "Working My Way Back To You" by The Four Seasons. ("Nimue")
- When Henry names Operation Firebird, Emma wonders if he is referring to the "muscle car"; a reference to the Pontiac Firebird automobile. ("Souls of the Departed")
- While taking her parents to a safer place, Emma jokingly refers to the Count of Monte Cristo as "Errol Flynn". Errol Flynn was a famous film actor known for his romantic swashbuckler roles in Hollywood films. ("A Bitter Draught")
- Young Emma has an audio cassette by the British new wave musical group Wang Chung on her bed (seen upside-down). ("Awake")
- The segment where Emma is doing pull-ups in the mental institution directly mirrors the scene where Sarah Connor is doing pull-ups in a mental institution in the 1991 movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day: Both are doing pull-ups from their upturned hospital bed in front of their room window, while the bedding and the mattress are sitting in the right hand corner; both are wearing grey sweatpants and a white tank top, and both receive a visitor and stop what they're doing and turn around and greet them. ("The Final Battle Part 1")
- According to Emma, she has seen the 1975 movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. She correctly states that the film ended with a lobotomy; a reference to the main protagonist's fate. ("The Final Battle Part 1")
- The inn room key Granny hands Emma has an ornament with an engraving of a swan. ("Pilot", "The Thing You Love Most")
- Emma possesses a star charm keyring. ("The Price of Gold" et al.)
- Owns a cup which says "I ♥ Boston". It was sitting on her desk while she was working as a deputy sheriff, and when she takes over as sheriff, she brings the cup into her new office. ("Desperate Souls", "True North", "Dreamy", "Red-Handed")
- The knife Emma uses in the Enchanted Forest after the first Dark Curse is broken is the same prop Prince Charming uses to kill a Black Knight in the Season One episode "Snow Falls". The prop is also used as a weapon owned by the head viking that Mary Margaret uses to throw at a dartboard in the Season Six episode "A Wondrous Place". ("Lady of the Lake" et al.)
- The lantern Mary Margaret and Emma are using to search Rumplestiltskin's cell is the same prop Mary Margaret's original counterpart is using in "The Queen Is Dead". It is also the same prop Elsa uses in the Season Four episode "Smash the Mirror". ("Queen of Hearts")
- When Emma is a patient at the Storybrooke Sanitarium during the Black Fairy's curse, she is painting a swan. ("The Final Battle Part 1")
- Cyrus sends Alice a message in the form of a flying, white origami swan. ("Trust Me")
- Henry's bedside lamp has a shadow figure of a swan. ("Pilot", "The Stranger", "An Apple Red as Blood")
- The mobile over Emma's baby crib at the Boston foster home has two wooden pieces with a crown and a castle. ("The Stranger")
- When David confronts Dr. Whale, the fence outside Granny's Diner is decorated with swan-shaped pumpkins. ("The Doctor")
- Swans appear several times throughout the series:
- When Hook arrives in Storybrooke, there are two swans gathered by his ship at the docks. ("The Cricket Game")
- While dining alone in her palace, Regina's dish of choice is roast swan. ("Quite a Common Fairy")
- When Princess Abigail and Prince Charming arrive at King Midas' castle, there is a swan swimming in the lake. ("Snow Drifts")
- A swan is featured in the title card for "A Pirate's Life", and the original airing of "There's No Place Like Home" and "Operation Mongoose Part 2".
- As Emma and Hook look out onto the bay, a white swan flies across the horizon. ("Mother")
- When Emma and Regina confront the serum queen at the beach, three swans are swimming in the water. ("I'll Be Your Mirror")
- There is a swan-shaped fruit bowl on the table of Emma's New York apartment. ("New York City Serenade")
- The lounge of Granny's Bed and Breakfast has two porcelain figurines of a swan—a small one and a big one. ("Witch Hunt", "A Curious Thing")
- There is a photograph of Emma on the work desk in Walsh's furniture shop. ("Heart of Gold")
- According to Jennifer Morrison, new memories and experiences influence Emma's clothes.
- Several of Emma's leather jackets and wool coats were custom made by the costume department.
- The producers have stated that Emma represents color coming into the drained world of Storybrooke, as seen in her yellow car and red jacket.
- Dons a necklace with a small swan engraving on it, which she fashioned out of a key chain that was given to her by former boyfriend Neal. ("The Price of Gold" et al., "Tallahassee")
- Emma's secondary necklace, in the shape of a circle, was chosen specifically by Jennifer Morrison herself. She states the circular shape draws symbolism to ancient Celtic art of swans, which "are pictured with rings around their necks to represent the connection between divinity and humanity". ("The Price of Gold" et al.)
- Wears a shoelace from Graham's boot around her wrist. She keeps his boots, missing one lace, in her office at the sheriff's station. ("7:15 A.M.", "Dreamy" et al.)
- Emma used to wear glasses, but later, she switched to contact lenses. ("Heart of Darkness" et al., "Tallahassee", "There's No Place Like Home", "Firebird")
- Young Emma's floral dress is the same one Mary Margaret wears for her date with Dr. Whale in "Snow Falls". ("Tallahassee")
- In the close-up of Hook's hand as he clutches the magic bean aboard the Jolly Roger, the ring on his index finger has a heart design on the side with an engraving of a silhouette of a swan's head. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning")
- The dress Emma wears in Prince Charming's nightmare in has swan-like feathers. ("The Tower")
- Emma's corset in the Enchanted Forest is the same corset worn by Clorinda when the latter arrives in Storybrooke in "The Other Shoe". ("Snow Drifts")
- At King Midas' ball, Emma is wearing the same headpiece from her father's dream in "The Tower". ("Snow Drifts")
- The white baby cap Emma wears in Prince Charming's vision is the same cap worn by her little brother Neal in "The Final Battle Part 1" and "The Final Battle Part 2". ("Best Laid Plans")
- In Isaac's alternate reality, Emma is wearing a pair of dagger-shaped earrings; a reference to the Dark One Dagger. ("Operation Mongoose Part 2")
- When Emma emerges from the vault, she is wearing the same dress that the Evil Queen wore when she was imprisoned in "The Cricket Game", but with a different cloak. In addition, the sleeves on Emma's cloak have swan-like feathers. When Emma is the Evil Queen's prisoner in "There's No Place Like Home", she is wearing a lightened version of the same dress. ("The Dark Swan", "The Price")
- Jennifer Morrison helped create her Dark One's signature look and outfit. ("The Dark Swan" − "Swan Song")
- After Emma fully transforms into the Dark One, she is wearing a hair ornament reminiscent of the wings of a swan. ("The Dark Swan", "Broken Heart")
- The white ethereal inspired gown worn by Emma in Camelot was Jennifer Morrison's idea. She even brought in her own sheets and fabric ideas. ("Siege Perilous" − "Birth")
- According to Jennifer Morrison, Emma's sense of style changed in Season Six to represent what she might have access to in Storybrooke. The costume department picked out clothes that specifically had a 'vintage touch' about them.
- She also wears a softer choice of clothing to represent Emma letting her walls down.
- In "Pilot", Emma has a mole on her chest. In "The Thing You Love Most", it is gone. (In real life, Jennifer Morrison has had many moles removed from her body. The scar from this particular surgery, can be seen in a few episodes, including "Snow Drifts".)
- There are lots of mistakes about Emma's flower tattoo, as in some scenes of some episodes, it appears and disappears:
- In "Pilot", during Emma's date with Ryan, her left wrist has a flower tattoo (briefly glimpsed in this episode, but more visible in other episodes). When she opens the door for Henry, the tattoo is gone.
- In "The Thing You Love Most", when Emma is drinking hot cocoa with Mary Margaret, she has a flower tattoo on her wrist. When she opens the door for Granny earlier in the episode, it can barely be seen.
- In "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", when Emma is pressing a pack of ice against her wound, her flower wrist tattoo is missing.
- Emma's tattoo is missing when she's climbing the beanstalk with Hook in "Tallahassee".
- In "The Stable Boy", as Emma runs through the alleyway to investigate, the back camera view shows she is wearing bright red gloves. When the camera angle switches to the front after Emma reaches past the alley, her gloves are gone.
- In "The Stranger", in the first shot of Emma and August actively riding the motorcycle with the vehicle headlight on, it shows their stunt doubles.
|Once Upon a Time: Season One|
|"Pilot":||"The Thing You Love Most":||"Snow Falls":||"The Price of Gold":||"That Still Small Voice":||"The Shepherd":||"The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter":||"Desperate Souls":||"True North":||"7:15 A.M.":||"Fruit of the Poisonous Tree":|
|"Skin Deep":||"What Happened to Frederick":||"Dreamy":||"Red-Handed":||"Heart of Darkness":||"Hat Trick":||"The Stable Boy":||"The Return":||"The Stranger":||"An Apple Red as Blood":||"A Land Without Magic":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Two|
|"Broken":||"We Are Both":||"Lady of the Lake":||"The Crocodile":||"The Doctor":||"Tallahassee":||"Child of the Moon":||"Into the Deep":||"Queen of Hearts":||"The Cricket Game":||"The Outsider":|
|"In the Name of the Brother":||"Tiny":||"Manhattan":||"The Queen Is Dead":||"The Miller's Daughter":||"Welcome to Storybrooke":||"Selfless, Brave and True":||"Lacey":||"The Evil Queen":||"Second Star to the Right":||"And Straight On 'Til Morning":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Three|
|"The Heart of the Truest Believer":||"Lost Girl":||"Quite a Common Fairy":||"Nasty Habits":||"Good Form":||"Ariel":||"Dark Hollow":||"Think Lovely Thoughts":||"Save Henry":||"The New Neverland":||"Going Home":|
|"New York City Serenade":||"Witch Hunt":||"The Tower":||"Quiet Minds":||"It's Not Easy Being Green":||"The Jolly Roger":||"Bleeding Through":||"A Curious Thing":||"Kansas":||"Snow Drifts":||"There's No Place Like Home":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Four|
on the Edge
|"Unforgiven":||"Enter the Dragon":||"Poor|
|"Best Laid Plans":||"Heart of Gold":||"Sympathy|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Five|
|"The Dark Swan":||"The Price":||"Siege Perilous":||"The Broken Kingdom":||"Dreamcatcher":||"The Bear and the Bow":||"Nimue":||"Birth":||"The Bear King":||"Broken Heart":||"Swan Song":|
|"Souls of the Departed":||"Labor of Love":||"Devil's Due":||"The Brothers Jones":||"Our Decay":||"Her Handsome Hero":||"Ruby Slippers":||"Sisters":||"Firebird":||"Last Rites":||"Only You":||"An Untold Story":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Six|
|"The Savior":||"A Bitter Draught":||"The Other Shoe":||"Strange Case":||"Street Rats":||"Dark Waters":||"Heartless":||"I'll Be Your Mirror":||"Changelings":||"Wish You Were Here":||"Tougher Than the Rest":|
|"Murder Most Foul":||"Ill-Boding Patterns":||"Page 23":||"A Wondrous Place":||"Mother's Little Helper":||"Awake":||"Where Bluebirds Fly":||"The Black Fairy":||"The Song in Your Heart":||"The Final Battle Part 1":||"The Final Battle Part 2":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Seven|
|"Hyperion Heights":||"A Pirate's Life":||"The Garden of Forking Paths":||"Beauty":||"Greenbacks":||"Wake Up Call":||"Eloise Gardener":||"Pretty in Blue":||"One Little Tear":||"The Eighth Witch":||"Secret Garden":|
|"A Taste of the Heights":||"Knightfall":||"The Girl in the Tower":||"Sisterhood":||"Breadcrumbs":||"Chosen":||"The Guardian":||"Flower Child":||"Is This Henry Mills?":||"Homecoming":||"Leaving Storybrooke":|
|Once Upon a Time in Wonderland|
|"Down the Rabbit Hole":||"Trust Me":||"Forget Me Not":||"The Serpent":||"Heart of Stone":||"Who's Alice":||"Bad Blood":|
|"Home":||"Nothing to Fear":||"Dirty Little Secrets":||"Heart of the Matter":||"To Catch a Thief":||"And They Lived...":|
|Once Upon a Time: Novels|
|Once Upon a Time: Specials|
|"Magic is Coming":||"The Price of Magic":||"Journey to Neverland":||"Wicked is Coming":||"Storybrooke Has Frozen Over":|
|"Secrets of Storybrooke":||"Dark Swan Rises":||"Evil Reigns Once More":||"The Final Battle Begins":|
Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.