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{{Episode
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|name = Pilot
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|image = 101TrueLovesKiss.png
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|number = 01
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|backstory = [[Prince Charming]]
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*[[Snow White]]
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|airdate = October 23, 2011<ref name=release>{{cite web|url=http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings/20111003abc13/|title=LISTINGS: ONCE UPON A TIME|publisher=[[Wikipedia:The Futon Critic|The Futon Critic]]|quote=Air Date: Sunday, October 23, 2011. Time Slot: 8:00 PM-9:00 PM EST on ABC. Episode Title: (#101) "Pilot"}}</ref>
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|writer = [[Edward Kitsis]] &<br>[[Adam Horowitz]]
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|director = [[Mark Mylod]]
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|viewers = 12.93 million<ref name="ratings">{{cite web|url=http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/10/25/tv-ratings-broadcast-top-25-sunday-night-football-beaten-by-modern-family-two-and-a-half-men-in-week-5-among-adults-18-49/108305/|title=TV Ratings Broadcast Top 25: ‘Sunday Night Football’ Beaten By ‘Modern Family’ & ‘Two and a Half Men’ In Week #5 Among Adults 18-49|date=October 25, 2011|quote=ONCE UPON A TIME. P. ABC. 12,935.|publisher=[[Wikipedia:TV by the Numbers|TV by the Numbers]]}}</ref>
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|next = [[The Thing You Love Most]]
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}}{{Quote|Once Upon A Time, there was an [[Enchanted Forest|enchanted forest]] filled with all the classic characters we know. Or think we know.<br>One day they found themselves trapped in a [[Storybrooke|place]] where all their happy endings were stolen. Our [[Land Without Magic|World]].<br>This is how it happened...}}
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'''"Pilot"''' is the first episode of [[Season One]] of [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. It was written by [[Edward Kitsis]] & [[Adam Horowitz]] and directed by [[Mark Mylod]]. It is the first episode of the series overall, and premiered on October 23, 2011.
   
Chad: alright! time for a nickelback marathon NICKELBACK TO BACKA NICKELBACKA A RAMA! oh YEAH AHA!
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==Synopsis==
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And they lived happily ever after...or so everyone was led to believe. [[Emma Swan]] knows how to take care of herself. She's a 28-year-old bail bondsperson who's been on her own ever since she was abandoned as a baby. But when [[Henry Mills|Henry]]—the son she gave up years ago—finds her, everything changes. Henry is now 10 years old and in desperate need of Emma's help. He believes that Emma actually comes from an alternate [[Enchanted Forest|world]] and is [[Snow White]] and [[Prince Charming]]'s missing daughter. According to his [[Henry's Once Upon a Time Book|book]] of fairytales, they sent her away to protect her from the [[Evil Queen]]'s [[Dark Curse|curse]], which trapped the characters of fairytale world forever, frozen in time, and brought them into our [[Land Without Magic|modern world]].
   
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Not believing a word of Henry's story, Emma brings him back to [[Storybrooke]], but finds herself drawn to this unusual boy and his strange New England town. Concerned for him, she decides to stay for a while, but soon comes to suspect that Storybrooke is more than it seems. It's a place where [[magic]] has been forgotten, but is still powerfully close...where fairytale characters are alive, even though they don't remember who they once were, and where the Evil Queen, known as [[Regina Mills|Regina]], is now Henry's foster mother. The epic battle for the future of all worlds is beginning, and for good to win, Emma will have to accept her destiny and fight like hell.<ref name=release/>
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==Recap==
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In the [[Enchanted Forest]], [[Prince Charming]] races his horse along a road and into a forest. As it begins to snow, he meets with the Seven [[Dwarves]]. They tell him that he is too late as he looks to the sleeping woman that they have placed in a [[Glass Coffin|glass casket]]. He tells them to open it, but is reminded she is gone. When the Prince asks for the chance to say goodbye to his love, they open the casket and he kisses her. A [[True Love|wave of energy]] sweeps outward and the woman awakens. The Prince promises that he will always find her and kisses her.
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[[Snow White]] and the Prince marry in front of their kingdoms as everyone applauds. The [[Evil Queen]] comes in and casts aside the guards who try to stop her. Snow White grabs Prince Charming's [[Prince Charming's Sword|sword]], telling her that she is no longer Queen. Prince Charming reminds her that she has already lost and that he will not let her ruin their happy wedding. The Queen informs them both she has a gift for them and she makes a vow of her own. Soon everything that everyone in their world loves will be ripped away from them, and her victory will arise from their suffering. She promises to destroy their happiness if it is the last thing she does. Before she makes her final exit Prince Charming throws his sword at her but she dissolves into a cloud black and purple smoke and disappears.
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In the [[Land Without Magic|"real" world]], [[Henry Mills]] is reading a fairy tale [[Henry's Once Upon a Time Book|book]] as he rides the bus to [[Boston]]. When he arrives, he hails a cab and pays for it with a credit card.
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A man named [[Ryan]] sits down at a table with a blond woman and they begin to talk. They are both on a blind date, happy to find the other person is who they say they are. [[Emma Swan|Emma]] tells Ryan it is her birthday and she has no family to spend it with, so decided to go out with him that night. She then tells Ryan that she knows he embezzled money from his employer and abandoned his wife and children. He realizes that she is a bail bondsman and makes a mad dash for it, but discovers that she has booted his car. When Emma suggests that Ryan should give what money he has to his family, he asks her what she knows about family. Emma knocks him out and says "nothing." She then goes home and lights a cupcake for her birthday. The doorbell rings and Emma finds Henry at her doorstep. She has no idea who he is, but Henry knows her by name. He introduces himself and says that he is her son.
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Henry enters the apartment and explains that he is the baby she gave up for adoption ten years ago. Emma asks him to give her a minute and retreats to the bathroom. When she calms down and comes out, Henry asks her to come home with him. When she threatens to call the police, Henry says that he will claim that she kidnapped him. Emma says that she can tell when people are lying and starts to make the call, but Henry says that he needs her to come with him to [[Storybrooke]], Maine. Emma reluctantly agrees.
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In the Enchanted Forest, a pregnant Snow White contemplates the Queen's threat. Prince Charming tells her that they were only words. Snow White reminds him that she poisoned her, all because she thought Snow White was prettier than her. Prince Charming asks what he can do to reassure her, Snow White asks to talk to the prisoner who can see the future. The Prince hesitates, but Snow White insists that he can assure that their child will be safe. The Prince reluctantly agrees.
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As they drive to Maine, Henry asks to stop for food but Emma refuses, saying they are not on a road trip. He starts reading from his storybook of fairy tales and insists that they are all true. When Emma says they are not, Henry dares her to tell if he is telling the truth. Emma does but points out that just because someone believes something does not make it real. Henry says that is what makes things real, and that he has problems that she's going to fix for him.
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The jailer takes Snow White and Prince Charming to see [[Rumplestiltskin]], warning her not to reveal her name. When they arrive at the [[Rumplestiltskin's Cell|cell]], Rumplestiltskin knows immediately who they are, and the cloaks are pointless. He says that he can reassure them but it will cost them something in return.
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Prince Charming refuses, but Snow White insists and asks what he wants. Rumplestiltskin asks for the name of their child and Snow White agrees, and he tells them that they will all soon be imprisoned when time stops, imprisoned somewhere horrible where everything they love will be ripped from them.
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When Snow White asks what can stop it, Rumplestiltskin says that her child is their only hope and they should get her to safety. On the child's 28th birthday, she will find them and the final battle will begin. Snow White and Prince Charming walk away and Rumplestiltskin demands the name of the child, saying that it is a girl. Prince Charming insists that it is a boy, but Rumplestiltskin says that Snow White knows the truth. She turns and tells Rumplestiltskin that the child's name is Emma.
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Emma and Henry arrive at [[Storybrooke]]. He refuses to give her an address and Emma pulls over. She notices that the [[Storybrooke Free Public Library|town clock]] is frozen and Henry explains that the Evil Queen sent everyone there and trapped them, frozen in time. When Emma asks why they don't leave, Henry warns that bad things happen when they try. A man, [[Archie Hopper]], comes over, and Henry greets him.
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He tells Emma that Henry is the mayor's son and gives Emma the address. When Henry claims he was on a field trip, Archie tells him not to lie because it means giving in to the dark side. As Archie leaves, Henry explains that Archie is actually [[Jiminy Cricket]], but he does not know it and that none of the townspeople remember who they really are. They have all been frozen in time, and nothing ever changes.
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Prince Charming meets with the council and insists that they need to fight. Jiminy Cricket warns that fighting means giving into one's dark side. Snow White says that there is nothing they can do because the future is ordained, but Prince Charming says that if Rumplestiltskin says the truth, then their child will be their savior.
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The [[Blue Fairy]] arrives with a squad of soldiers bearing a mystic tree and says that the wood can be used to ward off any curse. She asks [[Geppetto]] if he can make the enchantment they need. He agrees, but the Blue Fairy warns that the tree can only protect one.
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Henry asks Emma not to take him back to the mayor, explaining that his adopted mother is evil and only pretends to love him. The mayor, [[Regina Mills]] (the Evil Queen), runs out and embraces him, but he insists that he has found his real mother and runs inside. [[Sheriff Graham]] is with her and goes inside to check on Henry, Regina invites Emma in for a glass of [[Wikipedia:Apple cider|apple cider]]. She explains that she didn't know who Henry's parents were and that the records of the parents were sealed.
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Emma assures Regina that she has nothing to worry about, and that the father does not even know that Henry exists. The mayor explains that she is strict with Henry but she wants him to excel in life. When Emma comments on Henry's claims about fairy tales, Regina says that she has no idea what she is talking about. She invites Emma to leave and the bail bondsman goes out to her car.
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As she turns back, she sees Henry in his bedroom window, watching her. As Emma drives out of town, she realizes that Henry left his book on the car seat. She looks up and sees a [[wolf]] on the road ahead of her. She swerves to avoid it and hits the town marker, knocking Emma unconscious. The book opens to the pages of Geppetto at work.
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Geppetto and his son [[August Booth|Pinocchio]] are hard at work carving the enchanted tree into a [[Magic Wardrobe|magic wardrobe]]. In her chambers, Snow White insists that she cannot leave Prince Charming, but he insists that she has to be safe from the curse. As they embrace, Snow White realizes that the baby is coming. On the battlements, the dwarves stand guard and see a vast evil cloud approaching. [[Grumpy]] sounds the alarm as the [[Dark Curse|curse]] approaches.
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Emma wakes up and finds herself in a [[Storybrooke Sheriff Department|cell]]. [[Leroy]] is locked up in the cell next to her, and the handyman, [[Marco]], tells him not to give Emma grief. Marco comments that he does not have any children. Sheriff Graham releases Leroy and suggests that Emma was drunk on the mayor's cider.
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Regina arrives and is surprised to see Emma in the jail cell, and tells Graham that Henry has run away again. Emma offers to help and they take her to Henry's bedroom. She checks the computer and confirms that he made a credit card payment to a birth-mother tracking site using a credit card belonging to [[Mary Margaret Blanchard]], his teacher. Mary Margaret is just dismissing her class when Regina and Emma arrive.
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The teacher insists that she knew nothing about Henry's actions and claims that he stole her credit card. Angry, Regina realizes that Mary Margaret gave Henry the fairy tale book, and the teacher defends herself, saying that he is a special child. The mayor storms off and Emma talks to Mary Margaret, who says that Henry needed the book so that he could have hope of a happy ending. Emma realizes that the teacher knows where Henry is, and Mary Margaret suggests that she check Henry's [[Castle Playground|castle]].
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As Snow White is in labor, Prince Charming assures her that the wardrobe is almost finished. Geppetto enters and says that it is finished, but [[Doc]] the dwarf warns that they cannot move Snow White because it is too close to the baby's delivery.
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In the forest, the Evil Queen and her retinue of black knights ride toward the [[Royal Castle|castle]].
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Snow White gives birth to her daughter and remembers that the wardrobe will only work for one person. The Prince realizes that their plan has failed and hears the invading force attacking the castle. Snow White tells him to take the baby to the wardrobe and hopes that Emma will come back for them. She says goodbye to her daughter, and the Prince takes her and a sword with him. He fights his way past two of the black knights but is wounded in the process. Finally, he gets to the wardrobe and places Emma inside. As he seals the door, more knights arrive and wound him severely. They open the wardrobe doors, but discover that the baby is gone. Badly wounded, the Prince sees that his daughter escaped to safety.
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Emma tracks Henry to a playground castle structure and returns his book to him. He admits that he hoped that when he brought Emma there, things would change and the final battle would begin. Henry figures that she is pushing him away because she feels guilty, and that he knows Emma gave him away to give him his best chance.
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Emma insists that she is a real person and no savior, but admits that she wanted him to have his best chance. Henry asks her to stay for one week to prove that he is not crazy, saying that his life sucks with Regina. Emma tells him that his life is nothing compared to hers, and her parents abandoned her on a freeway and her foster family sent her back when she was 3. Henry insists that she went through the wardrobe and appeared on the freeway, and her real parents tried to save her from the curse, but Emma does not believe him.
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Snow White finds Prince Charming and pleads with him to come back to her. She kisses him but he does not move. The Evil Queen enters and says that in a few minutes, Snow White will remember nothing and that it is her personal happy ending.
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The Queen's knights tell her that the baby is gone and Snow White smiles, saying that the Evil Queen will lose and good will always win. The Evil Queen laughs as the roof shatters as a vast vortex sucks everything up, and says that they are going to somewhere absolutely horrible, where the only happy ending will be hers.
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In Storybrooke, Emma brings Henry back to Regina and he runs inside. The mayor thanks her and notes that Henry seems to like Emma. Emma admits that when she blew out the candle on her birthday cupcake, she made a wish that she would not be alone on her birthday.
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Regina says that Emma should not try to come back into Henry's life, because she has raised the boy and he is her son now. She says that Emma has no legal right to Henry because she insisted on a closed adoption, and tells her to leave town or she will destroy her.
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As Regina turns to go, Emma asks if she loves Henry. Regina says that she does and closes the door, and then goes to see Henry in his room. She takes his fairy tale book with her and goes to a mirror, studying it intently.
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Mary Margaret is serving at the [[Storybrooke General Hospital|hospital]] as a volunteer, and goes to see a male patient, a [[David Nolan|John Doe]]. She places flowers at his bed side and leaves the man to slumber in his enclosed room of glass.
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Henry looks out his window toward the town clock.
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Emma goes to a [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|bed and breakfast]] run by [[Granny]]. She is complaining to her [[Ruby|granddaughter]], but is surprised when Emma wants to take a room. Granny eagerly agrees to give her a room. As Emma gives her name for the register, [[Mr. Gold]] comes in and comments on her lovely name. He takes a money vial from Granny and wishes Emma a lovely stay, and then leaves. Granny and her granddaughter explain that Mr. Gold owns the entire town, and then Granny gives Emma her key.
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As Henry watches the clock, the hands move for the first time; meaning that Emma's arrival has started to weaken the [[Dark Curse|curse]].
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==Deleted Scenes==
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{{S|These scenes are included on [[Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season]].}}
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==="Meet Rumplestiltskin" (Scene 1)===
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{{S|This was the original opening scene of the episode.}}<ref>{{TwitterLink|AdamHorowitzLA|status/562010871400902656|[[Adam Horowitz]]|date=February 1, 2015|quote=Originally the #OnceUponATime pilot began with a Rumple scene. Hope to see ya March 1 for our return!|image=File:TWAdamHorowitzLA-101DeletedScene.png}} <small>([[:File:TWAdamHorowitzLA-101DeletedScene2.jpg|screenshot 2]])</small></ref>
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A guard enters the mines with a tray of food. In the distance, laughter can be heard. The guard walks forward and is stopped by another guard who pulls a small twig out of the food; warning him what "he" could do with it. The laughter continues making the guard curious the other one tells him he has been doing it for two days. The guard places the food in the [[Rumplestiltskin's Cell|cell]] and before he leaves, [[Rumplestiltskin]] grabs him and tells him, "It has begun."
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==="Cradle" (Scene 9)===
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An extended version of the scene where [[Snow White]] and [[Prince Charming]] talk about [[Rumplestiltskin]]. [[Grumpy]] and [[Dopey]] are arguing in [[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s [[Royal Castle|nursery]]. Prince Charming enters and asks them to leave so he can be with [[Snow White]]. As he approaches her, the scene proceeds as it does in the actual episode, with a blue bird flying from her hand, and him asking her what is wrong, but she replies, "Nothing."
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==="Regina's Sheriff" (Scene 22)===
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Emma leaves [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s [[Mills House|house]] and is surprised to see [[Sheriff Graham]] outside leaning on her car. Graham thinks she should stay at [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|Granny's]] for the night due to Regina's drinks being strong. Emma disagrees and believes she is fine to drive and would pass a breathalyzer test. He agrees to let her go and she drives off.
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==Cast<ref name=release/>==
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===Starring===
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*[[Ginnifer Goodwin]] as [[Snow White]]/[[Mary Margaret Blanchard]]
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*[[Jennifer Morrison]] as [[Emma Swan]]
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*[[Lana Parrilla]] as [[Evil Queen]]/[[Regina Mills]]
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*[[Josh Dallas]] as [[Prince Charming]]/[[David Nolan]]
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*[[Jared S. Gilmore]] as [[Henry Mills]]
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*[[Raphael Sbarge]] as [[Jiminy Cricket]] {{S|(Voice)}}/[[Archie Hopper]]
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*[[Jamie Dornan]] as [[Sheriff Graham]]
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*[[Robert Carlyle]] as [[Rumplestiltskin]]/[[Mr. Gold]]
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===Guest Starring===
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*[[Tony Amendola]] as [[Geppetto]]/[[Marco]]
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*[[Lee Arenberg]] as [[Grumpy]]/[[Leroy]]
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*Peter Bryant as [[Jailer]]
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*[[Warren Christie]] as [[Ryan]]
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*[[Beverley Elliott]] as [[Granny]]
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*[[Meghan Ory]] as [[Red Riding Hood]]/[[Ruby]]
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*[[Keegan Connor Tracy]] as [[Blue Fairy]]
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*Darren Dolynski as Nervous Guard {{S|(Press release/<br>[[Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season|Blu-ray/DVD]] deleted scene only)}}
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===Co-Starring===
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*James Bamford as [[Black Knight (Pilot)|Black Knight]]
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*[[Michael Coleman]] as [[Happy]]
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*Keith Blackman Dallas as [[Cabbie]]
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*[[Jakob Davies]] as [[August Booth|Pinocchio]]
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*[[Faustino di Bauda]] as [[Sleepy]]
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*Darla Fay as [[Old Woman]]
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*[[David Avalon|David-Paul Grove]] as [[Doc]]
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*[[Jeffrey Kaiser]] as [[Dopey]]
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*[[Gabe Khouth]] as [[Sneezy]]
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*[[Mig Macario]] as [[Bashful]]
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*Tom Pickett as [[Bishop]]
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===Uncredited===
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*Cinder as [[Pongo]]
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*Unknown baby as Emma
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==Trivia==
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===Title===
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*This is the only episode to not include a [[Episode Title Cards|title card]]. Instead, it features four slides that set the premise for the [[Once Upon a Time|series]].
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===Production Notes===
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*This episode has the highest ratings of the entire series.<ref name="ratings" />
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*Some shots of the opening scene were filmed from a helicopter, even though [[Mark Mylod]], the director, was afraid of flying.<ref name="Commentary">[[Adam Horowitz]] and [[Edward Kitsis]] on [[Season One]] [[Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season|Blu-ray/DVD]] Commentary for "Pilot"</ref>
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*As the [[True Love|kiss]] scene was being filmed, real snow began to fall.<ref name="Commentary" /><ref>"[[Wicked is Coming]]"</ref> That scene was filmed on April 7.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.scifipulse.net/faustino-di-bauda-chat-with-us-about-his-once-upon-a-time-journey/|title=
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Faustino Di Bauda Chats With Us About His 'Once Upon A Time' Journey|last=Cullen|first=Ian|date=May 25, 2015|publisher=Scifi Pulse|quote=Then when we shot our final scene, which was the casket scene where Snow White dies and Prince Charming comes to her rescue by kissing her and bringing her back to life with a true love kiss. The day that we shot that, which was four years back it was April 7th.}}</ref>
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*The opening scene features the ending of the fairytale, "[[Snow White (Fairytale)|Snow White and the Seven Dwarves]]", to show that there is more that goes on beyond the happy ending.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*The wedding scene was filmed during the spring of 2011, with 200-plus fairytale costumed extras.<ref name="VancouverIsAwesome">{{cite web|url=http://vancouverisawesome.com/2011/08/05/yvrshoots-once-upon-a-time-in-steveston-village/|title=#YVRShoots – Once Upon A Time in Steveston Village|last=Gittins|first=Susan|date=August 5, 2011|publisher=Vancouver Is Awesome}}</ref> More costumed extras were added with visual effects.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://vancouverisawesome.com/2011/12/09/yvrshoots-once-upon-a-time-is-fall-tvs-biggest-new-hit/|title=YVRShoots – Once Upon a Time is Fall TV’s Biggest New Hit|last=Gittins|first=Susan|date=December 9, 2011|publisher=Vancouver Is Awesome}}</ref>
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*[[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s introduction scene was written to subvert expectations and make her look like a woman who is looking for love, and then twist the story into what is to come, as Emma has a lot more going on.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*The birds that [[Snow White]] and her [[Storybrooke]] [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|counterpart]] set free were green birds that were [[Wikipedia:Computer-generated imagery|CGIed]] blue in post production.<ref name="Commentary" /> These birds are actually [[Wikipedia:Lovebird|lovebirds]].
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*Snow White claims the [[Evil Queen]] poisoned an [[Poisoned Apple|apple]] because she was "prettier than her". However, this is later revealed to be untrue, and it is not currently known why Snow White makes this claim. {{Ep|The Stable Boy|An Apple Red as Blood}}
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*While filming the scene where Emma and Henry are driving though [[Boston]], the crew were on a tight schedule, and some of the shots were taken from moments where [[Jennifer Morrison]] and [[Jared S. Gilmore]] were being themselves and thinking they weren't actually filming.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*It was [[Robert Carlyle]]'s idea that [[Rumplestiltskin]] should drop down from the ceiling in his [[Rumplestiltskin's Cell|cell]].<ref>{{TwitterLink|Wolfwriter|status/172107173306957825|Megan|date=February 22, 2012 |quote=@robertcarlyle_ Whose idea was it for Rumplestiltskin to drop down from the ceiling in the pilot? It was creepy-amazing!|image=File:TWrobertcarlyle-101.png}}<br>{{TwitterLink|robertcarlyle_|status/172108201968410625|[[Robert Carlyle]]|date=February 22, 2012 |quote=@WolfWriter mine|image=File:TWrobertcarlyle-101.png}}</ref>
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*Mifflin Street, the address of [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s [[Mills House|house]], is a shout-out to a street in [[Wikipedia:Madison, Wisconsin|Madison, Wisconsin]], near the [[Wikipedia:University of Wisconsin–Madison|University of Wisconsin]], which [[Edward Kitsis]] and [[Adam Horowitz]] both attended.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*[http://www.thesesecrets.com/ Caitlin Ffrench], a [[Wikipedia:Fiber art|fiber artist]] from [[Wikipedia:East Vancouver|East Vancouver]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ravelry.com/designers/caitlin-ffrench|title=Caitlin ffrench
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|accessdate=June 7, 2018|quote=I am a fibre artist living in East Vancouver.|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Ravelry|Ravelry]]}}</ref> who made Emma's [[Emma's Baby Blanket|baby blanket]],<ref name="Caitlin">{{cite web|url=http://www.onceuponatimepodcast.com/002-ouat-minisode-interview-with-caitlin-ffrench-who-knitted-emmas-baby-blanket/|title=002 OUAT MiniSode – Interview with Caitlin Ffrench who knitted Emma's baby blanket|accessdate=|date=January 10, 2012|quote=Welcome to the a Mini Episode (002) of the Once Upon a Time Fan Podcast interview with Caitlin Ffrench who actually knitted Emma’s baby blanket for ABC's Once Upon a Time. (...) We discuss; (...) What it was like being on the set as the "Knitting Tech" person for Beverley Elliott (Granny)|publisher=Once Upon a Time Podcast|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140330161724/https://www.onceuponatimepodcast.com/002-ouat-minisode-interview-with-caitlin-ffrench-who-knitted-emmas-baby-blanket/|archivedate=March 30, 2014}} {{S|(Note: The original web page has been taken offline (along with the website which published it); the page included a podcast which was the main source for this trivia, but unfortunately, there is no back-up copy of the audio file online.)}}</ref> taught [[Beverley Elliott]] how to knit for [[Granny]]'s filming scene at the war council table.<ref name="Caitlin"/>
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*Footage from the filming of the opening shot of the scene where Emma brings Henry home at night<ref>[[:File:101PleaseDont.png]]</ref> was [[Wikipedia:Stock footage|reused]] for an [[Wikipedia:Establishing shot|establishing shot]] of Regina's house in the [[Season Six]] episode "[[Page 23]]"<ref>[[:File:614MillsHouse.png]]</ref> and the [[Season Seven]] episode "[[Is This Henry Mills?]]".<ref>[[:File:720MillsHouseNight.png]]</ref> The identical position of the curtains in the windows and the lighting behind them, the shadows on the walls and the open window on the second floor, are a dead giveaway.
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*One of the people in Henry's e-mail inbox is Damon.<ref name="EMails">[[:File:101HenrysEmails.png]]</ref> a reference to [[Wikipedia:Damon Lindelof|Damon Lindelof]].<ref name="Commentary" /> Although his name is not on the show, he was one of the people involved in the conception of ''Once Upon a Time''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ew.com/article/2011/08/07/once-upon-a-time-eps-say-damon-lindelof-is-godfather-of-the-series/|title='Once Upon a Time': EPs say Damon Lindelof is 'godfather' of the series|last=Gonzalez|first=Sandra|date=August 7, 2011|quote="His name isn't on the show, but his DNA is in it," Kitsis continued. "He's been like a godfather, helping us realize our vision of the show. He wants it to be our own show, but he helps when he can and sometimes he gives us tough love."|publisher=''[[Wikipedia:Entertainment Weekly|Entertainment Weekly]]''}}</ref>
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*The first scene that was filmed for the show, was [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] teaching at [[Storybrooke Elementary School|school]].<ref name="Commentary" />
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*Prince Charming was originally supposed to die in this episode,<ref name="pc">{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/tv-upfronts-anarchy-vampire-diaries-521007|title=TV Upfronts: Showrunners Reveal How They'd Run a Broadcast Network|last=Rose|first=Lacey|date=May 13, 2013|publisher=''[[Wikipedia:Hollywood Reporter|Hollywood Reporter]]''|quote='''Kitsis:''' When ABC greenlighted the pilot for Once Upon a Time, their biggest note — and it was dead-on — was that Prince Charming should live. Yeah, in the pilot we killed off Prince Charming.}}</ref> but the writers decided that it would be really difficult to continue with the show without him since they wanted Snow White to get her happy ending after all.<ref name="Commentary" />
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**According to [[Edward Kitsis]], [[ABC]] president of entertainment [[Wikipedia:Channing Dungey|Channing Dungey]], who was ABC head of drama during the [[Once Upon a Time|show]]'s development, is at the origin of this change. She sent a note to Kitsis and [[Adam Horowitz|Horowitz]] saying that for a series about hope, there is not a lot of hope in killing Charming.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/abc-executive-shakeup-1201713096/|title=ABC Changes Gears (and Leadership) in Bid to Reverse Decline|author=Debra Birnbaum and Cynthia Littleton|date=February 24, 2016|publisher=''[[Wikipedia:Variety (magazine)|Variety]]''|quote="Once Upon a Time" producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz credit Dungey with giving them one of the best notes they ever received: saving Prince Charming, who’d been slated for death in the pilot. "Channing pointed out that for a series about hope, there's not a lot of hope in killing him," Kitsis said.}}</ref>
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*Originally, real exploding glass was going to be used for the scene where the curse transports the Evil Queen and Snow White to Storybrooke, but the crew experienced a slight hitch during the shooting of this scene and forgot to film it.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*[[Mr. Gold]] regains his [[Enchanted Forest]] memories upon hearing Emma's name when he first meets her at the [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|inn]].<ref name="MemoryLane">{{cite web|url=http://www.wetpaint.com/when-did-mr-gold-regain-his-rumplestiltskin-memories-on-once-upon-a-time-731067/|title=Once Upon a Time: When Did Rumplestiltskin Regain His Memories?|last=Martin|first=Rebecca|date=March 19, 2013|quote=As you can see in the video below, Adam and Edward say explicitly that Gold got his Fairytale Land memories back after Emma (Jennifer Morrison) came to town. Specifically, it happened "when he heard her name in the pilot," which is why he asked Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) for her name in the first place.|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Wetpaint|Wetpaint]]}}<br>{{cite web|url=https://youtu.be/aoEay4JK9pI?t=394|title=Once Upon A Time - Live Facebook Interview With Adam Horowitz & Eddie Kitsis (May 9th 2012) - Part 3|date=May 9, 2012|publisher=[[Wikipedia:YouTube|YouTube]]}}</ref>
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*The [[Storybrooke General Hospital|hospital]] scene with [[David Nolan|John Doe]] was originally the idea for the ending of [[The Thing You Love Most|episode two]], but the show creators wanted to give the audience a sense of hope that Snow White and Prince Charming would be reunited.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*The close-up of the [[Storybrooke Free Public Library|town clock]] seen when time starts moving in [[Storybrooke]] in this episode<ref>[[:File:101ClockMoves.png]]</ref> and "[[The Thing You Love Most]]"<ref>[[:File:102ClockMoves.png]]</ref> is [[Wikipedia:Stock footage|reused]] in "[[A Land Without Magic]]",<ref>[[:File:122ClockMoves.png]]</ref> the [[Season Four]] episode "[[Darkness on the Edge of Town]]"<ref>[[:File:412Clock.png]]</ref> and the [[Season Six]] finale "[[The Final Battle Part 2]]".<ref>[[:File:622TheClockTicks.png]]</ref> In "A Land Without Magic" and "Darkness on the Edge of Town", the lighting has been changed to daylight and a cloud of [[magic]] has been digitally added to the former.
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*"[[The Stranger]]" and the [[Season Two]] episode "[[Selfless, Brave and True]]" establish that time starts moving in Storybrooke on October 23, 2011, the same day that the show premiered. As seen in "Selfless, Brave and True"; this is proven when August's wooden state is triggered in [[Phuket]] 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 12 hours ahead of Maine's timezone).
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===Event Chronology===
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*The [[Enchanted Forest]] flashbacks occur in various places of the overall timeline. {{TimeEF}}
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**The events of [[Prince Charming]] and [[Snow White]] sharing a [[True Love|true love's kiss]] occur after "[[A Land Without Magic]]" and before "[[Lost Girl]]".
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**Snow White and Prince Charming's wedding occurs after the last scene of "[[The Cricket Game]]" and before "[[The New Neverland]]".
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***It also occurs immediately before the scenes of the [[Evil Queen]] teleporting herself to her [[Evil Queen's Palace|palace]] in "[[The Thing You Love Most]]".
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**The events of Snow White and Prince Charming paying a visit to [[Rumplestiltskin]]'s [[Rumplestiltskin's Cell|dungeon]] occurs after the last scene of "[[The Price of Gold]]" where Rumplestiltskin is captured and immediately before "[[The Song in Your Heart]]".
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**The crisis meeting occurs after the scene in "[[The Stranger]]" where [[Blue Fairy]] asks [[Geppetto]] to carve a [[Magic Wardrobe|magic wardrobe]].
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**The events of the [[Dark Curse]] whisking all of the [[Enchanted Forest]] occur after the scene in "[[The Thing You Love Most]]" where Regina enacts the Curse.
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***They also occur concurrently with the last scene of "[[Queen of Hearts (Episode)|Queen of Hearts]]" where [[Cora]] casts a [[Protection Spells|protection spell]].
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**The Evil Queen's glory against Snow White occurs after "[[Save Henry]]" where she talks to Rumplestiltskin in his dungeon.
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*The [[Land Without Magic]] events of this episode occur after "[[Firebird]]", and before "[[The Thing You Love Most]]".
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**The scene where [[Emma Swan|Emma]] accepts the room key at the [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|inn]] takes place concurrently with the opening scene of "[[Selfless, Brave and True]]". {{TimeLWM}}
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===Episode Connections===
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*The opening scenes of [[Prince Charming]] riding and awakening [[Snow White]] are reused in "[[A Land Without Magic]]" and "[[Lost Girl]]".
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*The meaning of Prince Charming and Snow White's words, "I will always find you", is revealed in "[[Snow Falls]]".
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*Snow White's claim that the [[Evil Queen]] is "not a Queen anymore" refers to scenes in "[[The Cricket Game]]". The same episode explains the events that led the Queen into deciding to cast the Dark Curse.
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*The move where Prince Charming throwing his sword over his head at the Evil Queen was used by Emma, his daughter, when she fought [[Maleficent]] in "[[A Land Without Magic]]" and by [[Regina Mills|Regina]] against the [[Count of Monte Cristo]] in "[[A Bitter Draught]]".
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*How [[Emma Swan|Emma]] became a bounty hunter, and the origin of her red leather jacket, is revealed in "[[Firebird]]".
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*Emma compliments [[Ryan]], says not to stop her if she's wrong, and then tells him his criminal actions, prompting him to run away, but Emma follows him by walking calmly through the traffic and boots his car before he can get away; just like [[Cleo Fox]] did with Emma in "Firebird".
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*The events surrounding [[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s birth are explored in "[[Tallahassee]]" and "[[The Heart of the Truest Believer]]".
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*The [[Blue Fairy]] claims the [[Magic Wardrobe|carved wardrobe]] can only protect one person from the Dark Curse, but this is proven otherwise in "[[The Stranger]]".
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*Emma's "superpower" of knowing when people are lying is referenced again in a number of episodes, including "[[True North]]" and "[[The Evil Queen (Episode)|The Evil Queen]]".
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*Snow White discovers she is pregnant in "[[Best Laid Plans]]".
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*Snow White's claim that the Evil Queen poisoned an [[Poisoned Apple|apple]] is explored in "[[An Apple Red as Blood]]".
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*The origin of the [[Unicorns|unicorn]] mobile in Emma's nursery is revealed in "Best Laid Plans".
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*The events surrounding [[Rumplestiltskin]]'s acquisition of his ability to see the future are explained in "[[Manhattan]]", and the events that led to him being imprisoned are revealed in "[[The Price of Gold]]".
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*Rumplestiltskin foresees that after Emma finds her parents, the final battle will begin. The final battle is fought in "[[The Final Battle Part 1]]" and "[[The Final Battle Part 2]]".
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*Rumplestiltskin's obsession with knowing the name of Snow White's unborn child, and why he needed it, is revealed in "[[Queen of Hearts (Episode)|Queen of Hearts]]".
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*Rumplestiltskin's habit of treating names as important is referred to again in "[[That Still Small Voice]]", "Queen of Hearts", "[[Manhattan]]", "[[The Apprentice (Episode)|The Apprentice]]" and "[[Changelings]]".
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*Rumplestiltskin first met Snow White during the events of "[[7:15 A.M.]]", and Prince Charming during the events of "[[The Shepherd]]".
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*The reason Prince Charming thinks his child will be a boy is revealed in "[[Lady of the Lake]]".
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*Snow White first met the [[dwarves]] during the events of "7:15 A.M.", the [[Blue Fairy]] during the events of "[[The Queen Is Dead]]", and [[Red Riding Hood]] and Granny during the events of "[[Red-Handed]]".
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*Snow White and Prince Charming first met [[Jiminy Cricket]] in "[[Heart of Darkness]]".
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*Regina talks about how she adopted Henry when he was three weeks old. The events surrounding the adoption are shown in "[[Save Henry]]".
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*The events surrounding Regina "becoming" mayor, as she puts it, are explored in "[[Welcome to Storybrooke]]".
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*The identity of Henry's [[Neal Cassidy|father]], and why he does not know about Henry, is revealed in "Tallahassee".
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*Henry's father is brought up again in "True North".
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*Emma is startled by another wolf on the road in "[[Lily (Episode)|Lily]]".
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*When Emma crashes her car at the [[Storybrooke Town Line|town border]], Henry's [[Henry's Once Upon a Time Book|storybook]] turns pages in the breeze. One page includes the [[Caterpillar]] from "[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|Alice in Wonderland]]". [[Wonderland]] is explored in "[[Hat Trick]]" and "[[Queen of Hearts (Episode)|Queen of Hearts]]".
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*The sign that Emma crashes into, has been repaired by the time of "[[Dark Waters]]".
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*Another page shows [[Dorothy Gale]] and the [[Flying Monkeys|flying monkeys]] in [[Oz]]. Dorothy first appears in "[[Kansas (Episode)|Kansas]]". The land of Oz is explored in "[[It's Not Easy Being Green]]" and "Kansas". The flying monkeys play a major part in the second half of the [[Season Three|third season]].
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*The events surrounding [[Geppetto]] and [[August Booth|Pinocchio]]'s construction of the [[Magic Wardrobe]] are further explored in "The Stranger".
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*The scene of [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] leading her students in building birdhouses is used again in "[[Welcome to Storybrooke]]".
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*Unbeknownst to Mary Margaret, this isn't the first time she sees Emma after she was forced to give her up. The first time it happened was in "[[Awake]]", but she does not remember it due to drinking a [[Memory Potions|memory potion]].
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*How Henry received the storybook from Mary Margaret is detailed in "[[Going Home]] ".
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*The scenes of Snow White giving birth, Prince Charming putting Emma in the wardrobe, and the Evil Queen enacting the curse are used again in "The Stranger" and "A Land Without Magic".
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*The circumstances surrounding how Emma was found as an infant are revealed in "The Stranger".
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*What happened after the inhabitants of the [[Enchanted Forest]] were brought to the Land Without Magic, is explored in "Welcome to Storybrooke".
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*The [[Storybrooke]] explanation for the [[David Nolan|John Doe]]'s presence in the [[Storybrooke General Hospital|hospital]] is given in "The Stranger".
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*John Doe awakens from his coma in "[[Snow Falls]]"
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*[[Mr. Gold]] regains his [[Enchanted Forest]] memories upon hearing Emma's name when he first meets her at the [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|inn]].<ref name="MemoryLane" /> Unbeknownst to him, however, the same thing happened to him in "Awake", but he does not remember it because he drank a [[Memory Potions|memory potion]] afterward.
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*Mr. Gold's powerful status in town is part of a deal [[Rumplestiltskin|he]] made with [[Evil Queen|Regina]] in the Enchanted Forest in "[[The Thing You Love Most]]".
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*At the exact moment Emma decides to stay in Storybrooke for a week, this has ramifications for [[August Booth|another person]] who is halfway across the world. These events are alluded to in "The Stranger", and further explored in "[[Selfless, Brave and True]]".
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===Religious===
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*The [[Bishop|priest]] at [[Snow White]] and [[Prince Charming]]'s wedding is dressed in robes similar to the robes worn by [[Wikipedia:Christianity|Christian]] [[Wikipedia:Deacon|deacons]].
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**{{ReligiousList|Pilot}}
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===Disney===
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*As [[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s [[Yellow Bug|car]] passes into [[Storybrooke|town]], a lawn pinwheel of [[Tinker Bell]] spins in the wind.<ref>[[:File:101OkayKid.png]]</ref>
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**{{DisneyList|Pilot}}
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===''Lost''===
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*The [[Storybrooke Free Public Library|Storybrooke clock tower]] is stopped at 8:15,<ref>[[:File:101Clock.png]]</ref> two of the recurring ''[[Wikipedia:Lost (TV series)|Lost]]'' [[w:c:Lostpedia:The Numbers|numbers]].
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**{{LostList|Pilot}}
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===Fairytales and Folklore===
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*This episode is a rendition of the "[[Snow White (Fairytale)|Snow White]]" fairytale, focusing on the [[Prince Charming|prince]] awakening [[Snow White]] from a [[Poisoned Apple|curse]].
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**Also included are the [[Evil Queen|queen]] and the seven [[dwarves]] from the same fairytale.
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*This episode features the [[Emma Swan|ugly duckling]] from the [[The Ugly Duckling|fairytale]] of the same name, [[Red Riding Hood]] and her [[Granny|grandmother]] from the "[[Little Red Riding Hood]]" fairytale, [[Pongo]] from ''[[The Hundred and One Dalmatians]]'' story, [[Geppetto]], [[August Booth|Pinocchio]], the [[Jiminy Cricket|talking cricket]] and the [[Blue Fairy|fairy with the turquoise hair]] from ''[[The Adventures of Pinocchio]]'' and also [[Rumpelstiltskin]] from the "[[Rumpelstiltskin (Fairytale)|Rumpelstiltskin]]" fairytale.
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*[[Regina Mills|Regina]] offers [[Emma Swan|Emma]] a glass of apple cider, a reference to the [[Poisoned Apple|poisoned apple]] from the "Snow White" fairytale. Also in this episode,<ref>[[:File:101ImagineHaving.png]]</ref> and many other episodes throughout the [[Once Upon a Time|show]], Regina is seen with a bowl of [[apples]] near her, another reference to the poisoned apple.
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*Rumplestiltskin demands to know the name of Snow White and Prince Charming's unborn daughter. This is a reference to the "Rumplestiltskin" fairytale, where the titular character consents to give up his claim on the [[miller]]'s [[Cora|daughter]]'s unborn child if she can guess his name within three days.
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*Granny runs a [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|bed and breakfast]], a reference to the fairytale of "Little Red Riding Hood", where the titular character's ailing grandmother is lying in bed and the titular character brings her food.
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*[[Ruby]] drapes a red shawl around her head in a way reminiscent of a hood;<ref>[[:File:101UpgradeFee.png]]</ref> a reference to the fairytale of "Little Red Riding Hood".
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===Popular Culture===
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*[[Edward Kitsis]] and [[Adam Horowitz]] were inspired by "[[Wikipedia:The Song Remains the Same (song)|The Song Remains the Same]]" by [[Wikipedia:Led Zeppelin|Led Zeppelin]] to create this episode's opening scene.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*When [[Emma Swan|Emma]] enters the restaurant for her date with [[Ryan]], "Chega De Ficar Remix" by [http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/aaronbingle Aaron Bingle] plays in the background. The same tune can be heard when Emma enters the restaurant for her date with [[Walsh]] in the [[Season Four]] episode "[[New York City Serenade]]".
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*During her date with Ryan, Emma says that images found on online dating sites could be "Stolen from the [[Wikipedia:Victoria's Secret|Victoria's Secret]] catalogue"; a reference to the popular lingerie retailer.
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*During the chase scene between Emma and Ryan, "[[Wikipedia:Howlin' for You|Howlin' For You]]" by [[Wikipedia:The Black Keys|The Black Keys]] plays in the background.
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*A miniature reproduction of the famous sculpture ''[[Wikipedia:Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss|Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss]]'' by the Italian [[Wikipedia:Neoclassicism|neoclassical]] sculptor [[Wikipedia:Antonio Canova|Antonio Canova]] is sitting next to the armchair in [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s [[Mills House|study]].<ref>[[:File:101AmIStrict.png]]</ref> Notice how [[Cupid]]'s wings are missing from Regina's copy.
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*Some of the books included on the top left shelf of Regina's study are ''[http://www.amazon.com/Spy-Ted-Bell/dp/0743277244 Spy]'' by [[Wikipedia:Ted Bell|Ted Bell]], ''[http://www.amazon.com/Game-Secrets-Thomas-Wiseman/dp/0224016768 A Game of Secrets]'' by [[Wikipedia:Thomas Wiseman|Thomas Wiseman]], ''[http://www.amazon.com/Rule-proxy-novel-Bruce-Ducker/dp/051752662X Rule by Proxy]'' by [[Wikipedia:Bruce Ducker|Bruce Ducker]], ''[[Wikipedia:Freedom (Jonathan Franzen novel)|Freedom]]'' by [[Wikipedia:Jonathan Franzen|Jonathan Franzen]] and a book about [[Wikipedia:Mother Theresa|Mother Theresa]].<ref>[[:File:101OpensDoor.png]]</ref>
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*The subject of one of the e-mails in Henry's inbox is "Zod",<ref>[[:File:101HenrysEmails.png]]</ref> a reference to [[Wikipedia:General Zod|General Zod]] from the [[Wikipedia:Superman|Superman]] comics.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*On [[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s nightstand, a copy of [[Wikipedia:R. L. Stine|R. L. Stine]]'s children's horror fiction novella ''[[w:c:Goosebumps:The Headless Ghost|The Headless Ghost]]'', from the famous ''[[Wikipedia:Goosebumps|Goosebumps]]'' series, can be seen, lying upside-down.<ref>[[:File:101SadFlipped.png]] {{S|(flipped screenshot)}}<br>[[:File:101Sad.png]] {{S|(original screenshot)}}</ref>
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===Props Notes===
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*The [[Glass Coffin|glass coffin]] was carved out of a log that [[Edward Kitsis]] and [[Adam Horowitz]] found in the forest.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*On the door to [[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s [[Swan Boston Apartment|apartment]], it says ''"Cast a Spell"'',<ref>[[:File:101ImYourSon2.png]]</ref> but it wasn't made not for the show and was already there when they came to the set. Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz were going to paint the door, but decided to keep it after reading that line.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*Emma's [[Emma's Baby Blanket|baby blanket]] is draped over a chair in her apartment.<ref>[[:File:101LetsGo.png]]</ref>
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*When Emma's [[Yellow Bug|car]] crashes into the "Welcome to [[Storybrooke]]" sign, pages from ''[[The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]]''<ref name="FlyingMonkeys">[[:File:101FlyingMonkeys.png]]</ref> and ''[[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]''<ref name="Caterpillar">[[:File:101Caterpillar.png]]</ref> stories in the storybook turn in the breeze.
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**The excerpt from ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz''<ref name="FlyingMonkeys" /> is from chapter 14: "The Winged Monkeys".<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rgs/oz-14.html|title=14. The Winged Monkeys|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Carnegie Mellon University|Carnegie Mellon University]]}}</ref>
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**The picture of [[Dorothy Gale|Dorothy]] and the [[Flying Monkeys]]<ref name="FlyingMonkeys" /> is "[[Commons:File:BauW170B.jpg|The Monkeys caught Dorothy in their arms and flew away with her]]", one of [[Wikipedia:William Wallace Denslow|W. W. Denslow]]'s illustrations from the first edition of ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz''.
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**The excerpt from ''Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland''<ref name="Caterpillar" /> is from chapter IV: "The [[White Rabbit|Rabbit]] Sends a Little [[Lizard|Bill]]"<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ivyjoy.com/fables/alice4.html|Lewis Carroll]]|title=Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll: The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill. CHAPTER IV|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=Ivy's Domain}}</ref> and the opening of chapter V: "Advice From a [[Caterpillar]]".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ivyjoy.com/fables/alice5.html|title=Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll: Advice from a Caterpillar. CHAPTER V|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=Ivy's Domain}}</ref>
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**The illustration of [[Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole)|Alice]] and the Caterpillar<ref name="Caterpillar" /> is a colorized version of [[Wikipedia:File:Alice 05a-1116x1492.jpg|one]] of [[Wikipedia:John Tenniel|John Tenniel]]'s illustrations from ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland''. The same illustration is on the cover of the book that [[Will Scarlet]] steals from the [[Storybrooke Free Public Library|library]] in the [[Season Four]] episode "[[The Apprentice (Episode)|The Apprentice]]".<ref>[[:File:404AliceAndTheWhiteRabbit.png]]</ref>
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***This illustration can also be seen on a [[w:c:Lostpedia:File:GeronimoJacksonCafeteria.jpg|promo poster]] for the fictional band [[w:c:Lost:Geronimo Jackson|Geronimo Jackson]] in the ''[[Wikipedia:Lost (TV series)|Lost]]'' episode "[[Wikipedia:He's Our You|He's Our You]]", also written by [[Adam Horowitz]] and [[Edward Kitsis]].
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***On the opposite pages, excerpts from the fairytale of ''[[Wikipedia:The Golden Bird|The Golden Bird]]'' can be seen.<ref name="FlyingMonkeys" /><ref name="Caterpillar" />
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**"[[Commons:File:Arthur Rackham Maid Maleen1.jpg|The waiting maid sprang down first and Maid Maleen followed]]"<ref>[[:File:101Wardrobe.png]]</ref> from ''[http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00011868/00001 Little Brother & Little Sister and Other Tales By The Brothers Grimm]'' (1917) can be seen on the page opposite the illustration of the [[Magic Wardrobe]].<ref>[[:File:101Wardrobe.png]]</ref> It depicts a scene from the [[Wikipedia:Brothers Grimm|Brothers Grimm]] fairytale "[[Wikipedia:Maid Maleen|Maid Maleen]]". The caption is a short excerpt from "The Golden Bird".
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**If you go frame by frame when the pages are turning,<ref>[[:File:101Turning.png]]</ref> you can see another illustration by Rackham: "[[Commons:File:Preposterous" cried Solomon in a rage.jpg|Preposterous! cried Solomon in a rage]]", from the book ''[[Wikipedia:Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens|Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens]]'' (1906).
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*[[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s desktop wallpaper is a green forest,<ref>[[:File:101SmartKid.png]]</ref> a reference to the [[Enchanted Forest|place]] where his family is from.
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*In this episode, [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] receives not an apple from her student at school, but a pear.<ref>[[:File:101WhyThankYou.png]]</ref> This was [[Ginnifer Goodwin]]'s idea, as Snow White does not like [[apples]]<ref name="Commentary" /> (something that is confirmed by Mary Margaret in the [[Season Six]] episode "[[Street Rats]]").
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*Ginnifer Goodwin, who portrays Snow White, owns a replica of the key used to lock baby Emma in the [[Magic Wardrobe|wardrobe]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://twitter.com/ginnygoodwin/status/442871868060467201|title=One director gave me a replica of the key used to lock baby Emma in the wardrobe/portal.|author=[[Ginnifer Goodwin]] (@ginnygoodwin)|date=March 9, 2014|publisher=[[Twitter]]|archiveurl=http://archive.is/pvdQl|archivedate=March 11, 2014}} <small>([[:File:TWginnygoodwin-101.png|screenshot]])</small></ref>
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*The [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|inn]] room key [[Granny]] hands Emma has an ornament with an engraving of a swan.<ref>[[:File:101WelcomeToStorybrooke.png]]</ref>
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**In the [[Season Five]] episode "[[Birth]]", Granny has the same kind of key chain on the entrance key to the [[Granny's Diner|diner]].<ref>[[:File:508Frozen.png]]</ref>
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===Set Dressing===
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*There is a [[Wikipedia:Rubik's Cube|Rubik's Cube]] on the table in [[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s [[Swan Boston Apartment|apartment]].<ref name="Son">[[:File:101IDontHaveASon.png]]</ref> Another one can be seen in [[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s [[Mills House|room]] in "[[The Price of Gold]]".<ref>[[:File:104HenrysRoom.png]]</ref> The writers put it there to connect mother and son in some way.<ref name="Commentary" />
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**In the [[Season Five]] episode "[[The Brothers Jones]]", a Rubik's cube can be seen in Henry's room in the [[Underbrooke Blanchard Loft|Underbrooke Blanchard loft]].<ref>[[:File:515CanWeTalk.png]]</ref>
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*A cookie jar in the shape of a red [[Apples|apple]] is sitting on Emma's kitchen counter.<ref>[[:File:101GoingWhere.png]]<br>[[:File:101CallingTheCops.png]]</ref>
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*A navy officer doll near Emma's crib<ref>[[:File:101EmmaNursery.png]]</ref> is later shown to be at the [[Marketplaces|marketplace]] that [[Jefferson]] and [[Grace]] visit in "[[Hat Trick]]",<ref>[[:File:117Come.png]]</ref> and in [[August Booth|Pinocchio]]'s [[Geppetto's Home|home]] in "[[The Stranger]]".<ref>[[:File:120YouDoThis2.png]]</ref>
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*A small doll plushie of [[Red Riding Hood]] sits on the shelf of Emma's [[Royal Castle|nursery]].<ref name="TalkToHim">[[:File:101TalkToHim.png]]</ref>
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*A hot air balloon toy is sitting on a shelf in Emma's nursery,<ref>[[:File:101OnlyWords.png]]</ref> which is meant to allude to other stories.<ref name="Commentary" />
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**The same toy is at the market that Jefferson and his daughter visit in "Hat Trick"<ref>[[:File:117ThankYou.png]]</ref> and is also hanging over one of the beds in the Darling family [[Darling House|nursery room]] in the [[Season Two]] episode "[[Second Star to the Right]]".<ref>[[:File:221Preparations.png]]</ref>
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*In [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s dining room, there is a framed picture<ref>[[:File:101NoIdea.png]]</ref> called "[[Commons:File:The Van Mons Léon le Clerc pear.jpg|The Van Mons Léon le Clerc pear.]]" by the nineteenth century American horticulturist [[Wikipedia:Charles Mason Hovey|Charles Mason Hovey]]. The picture is from Hovey's guide book ''[https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/66669#page/40/mode/1up The Fruits of America Volume 1]'' (1852), consisting of a series of illustrated prints originally published between 1847 and 1852.
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**The same picture appears next to Regina's bedroom window when she wakes up in Storybrooke for the first time in the Season Two episode "[[Welcome to Storybrooke]]".<ref>[[:File:217WalkingToWindow.png]]</ref>
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*The picture hanging on the left side of the doorway in Regina's hallway<ref name="Madam">[[:File:101MadamMayor.png]]</ref> is an [[Commons:File:MosesHarrisPoplarHawk-Moth.jpg|illustration]] of a [[Wikipedia:Sphingidae|hawk moth]] by the English eighteenth century [[Wikipedia:Entomology|entomologist]] [[Wikipedia:Moses Harris|Moses Harris]], from his book ''[https://archive.org/details/Aurelian00Harr/page/XXXIII The Aurelian]'', first published in 1766. The original version of the book (and [[Commons:File:The Aurelian hawk moths black and white.jpg|illustration]]) was published in black and white; Regina's picture is a colorized version.
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**The same picture is hanging on the wall outside the room where Regina find's Cora's ghost (on the second floor) in the [[Season Three]] episode "[[Bleeding Through]]",<ref>[[:File:318MyQuestions.png]]</ref> and in a room outside Regina's hallway, on the first floor, in the [[Season Six]] episodes "[[The Savior]]"<ref>[[:File:601HomeToUs.png]]</ref> and "[[Murder Most Foul]]".<ref>[[:File:612RobinTheresSomething.png]]</ref>
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**The picture hanging on the right side of the doorway<ref name="Madam" /> is ''[[Commons:File:Apocynum seu Fritillaria crassa monstrosa.jpg|Apocynum seu Fritillaria crassa monstrosa]]'' by the eighteenth century German botanist [[Wikipedia:Johann Wilhelm Weinmann|Johann Wilhelm Weinmann]]. The picture is from the [https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/10357#page/522/mode/1up first volume] of Weinmann's [[Wikipedia:Florilegium|florilegium]] ''Phytanthoza iconographia'', published in eight volumes between 1737 and 1745. ''Fritillaria crassa'' is an old name for the plant ''[[Wikipedia:Orbea variegata|Orbea variegata]]'',<ref>''Carrion Ecology, Evolution, and Their Applications'', edited by M. Eric Benbow, Jeffery K. Tomberlin, Aaron M. Tarone, [[Wikipedia:CRC Press|CRC Press]], 2016, p. 363. [https://books.google.com/books?id=qGc3JbUEEOsC&pg=PT210 Facsimile] by [[Wikipedia:Google Books|Google Books]].</ref> a type of [[Wikipedia:Carrion flower|carrion flower]].
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**''Apocynum seu Fritillaria crassa monstrosa'' can also be seen in Regina's kitchen in "[[An Apple Red as Blood]]"<ref>[[:File:121ALittleSomething.png]]</ref> and in Regina's dining room in the Season Six episode "Murder Most Foul".<ref>[[:File:612BeepBeepBeep.png]]</ref>
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*The picture over the fireplace in Regina's study<ref>[[:File:101JobIAssume.png]]</ref> is "[[Commons:File:StrigeDettaFalcoCivettino-dAmerica.jpg|Strige, detta Falco Civettino d'America. = Strix; sive Falco Noctuaformis ex America.]]" (1766), an illustration of a [[Wikipedia:Northern hawk-owl|northern hawk-owl]] from the [https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/123828#page/305/mode/1up first volume] of ''[https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/60851#/summary Storia Naturale Degli Uccelli]'' (''Natural History of the Birds''), a work by the eighteenth century Italian physician and ornithologist [[Wikipedia:Saverio Manetti|Saverio Manetti]]. It was published in five volumes between 1767 and 1776 and was illustrated by Violante Vanni and Lorenzo Lorenzi.
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*There's a picture of [[Ginnifer Goodwin]]'s sister [[imdb:name/nm1820079|Melissa Goodwin Shepherd]] (a stop-motion animator on shows like ''[[Wikipedia:Robot Chicken|Robot Chicken]]'') in the [[Storybrooke Elementary School|school]]. It can be spotted behind Mary Margaret as she apologizes to Emma.<ref name="Commentary" /><ref>[[:File:101SoSorry.png]]</ref>
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*A miniature castle sitting on a shelf in Emma's nursery room in this episode<ref>[[:File:101TheChild.png]]</ref> and the [[Season Three]] episode "[[The Tower]]"<ref>[[:File:314NeverGotIt.png]]</ref> is later sitting on top of a commode in [[Mr. Gold]]'s [[Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer|pawnshop]] after the [[Dark Curse]] is broken, as first seen in the [[Season Two]] episode "[[We Are Both]]".<ref>[[:File:202NeedTheBook.png]]</ref> The same prop is used for the miniature castle that the [[Sultan (Street Rats)|Sultan]] is playing with in the [[Season Six]] episode "[[Street Rats]]".<ref>[[:File:605MyNewCastle.png]]</ref>
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*The mirror hanging on the wall in Regina's [[Mills House|home]]<ref>[[:File:101Mirror.png]]</ref> can also be seen in [[Belle]] and [[Mr. Gold]]'s [[Gold House|bedroom]] in the Season Five episode "[[Swan Song]]".<ref>[[:File:511SleepingBelle.png]]</ref>
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===Costume Notes===
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*[[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s coat,<ref>[[:File:101MyLifeSucks.png]]<br>[[:File:116HenryHearsSomething.png]]</ref> which he continues to wear in many other episodes of the [[Once Upon a Time|show]], is a [[Wikipedia:J.Crew|J.Crew]] Boys City Peacoat<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.jcrew.com/boys_category/outerwear/wool/PRDOVR~30431/99102112712/ENE~1+2+3+22+4294967294+20~~~0~15~all~mode+matchallany~~~~~peacoat/30431.jsp|title=BOYS' CITY PEACOAT|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:J.Crew|J.Crew]]}}</ref> {{S|(currently unavailable)}}. The costume department altered the coat for the show.<ref>{{InstagramCite|author=Succubus Studios||dateposted=June 5, 2018|timeposted=|description=succubus_studios|quote=Growing up with OUAT I was still on mat leave when I got the call from @janaraynemac to make a kids Peacoat for a character named Henry, for a designer that she just loved, @eduardocastro51 @onceabcofficial One of the things I'm most grateful for over the last 7 years is the fact that my daughter grew up around such magic. Explaining to a teacher that yes we do have Prince Charming’s jacket at our house and yes she did meet Rumplestiltskin, that was not just her fabulous imagination. She has seen that people can bring their incredible visions to life in glorious detail with great teams, hard work and on schedule.|link=p/BjoROzFltUr|archive=IGsuccubus studios-101.png|dateaccessed=|timeaccessed=}}</ref>
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*The green scarf worn by [[Archie Hopper|Archie]] in this episode<ref>[[:File:101WhosThis.png]]</ref> and "[[The Thing You Love Most]]"<ref>[[:File:102HowAboutThat.png]]</ref> belongs to [[Raphael Sbarge]]'s daughter, who was nine years old at the time. He wore it "to say hi to her".<ref>{{TwitterLink|RaphaelSbarge|status/140958489274093568|[[Raphael Sbarge]]|date=November 28, 2011|quote=the green scarf archie {{S|[sic]}} wears is actually my daughters {{S|[sic]}}. she is 9. I wear it to say hi to her.}}<br>{{cite web|url=http://www.onceuponatimepodcast.com/raphael-sbarge/|title=Raphael Sbarge|quote=The following transcript is from @RaphaelSbarge’s live twitter chat from November 27th, 2011 episode of “Once Upon a Time,” Season 1, Episode 5: That Still Small Voice (...) @RaphaelSbarge the green scarf archie {{S|[sic]}} wears is actually my daughters {{S|[sic]}}. she is 9. I wear it to say hi to her.|publisher=Once Upon A Time Fan Blog/Podcast Site}}</ref>
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*[[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s boots<ref>[[:File:101RunsIntoHouse.png]]<br>[[:File:101OutOfTheCar.png]]<br>[[:File:101ClosedAdoption.png]]</ref> are dark brown Women's Melissa Tall Lace Boots from [http://www.thefryecompany.com/ FRYE].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.amazon.com/FRYE-Womens-Melissa-Tall-Lace/dp/B003EOAOMS|title=FRYE Women's Melissa Tall Lace Boot|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Amazon (company)|Amazon]]}}</ref>
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**Emma wears the same boots in "[[The Thing You Love Most]]"<ref>[[:File:102LookingAtFiles.png]]</ref> and "[[Snow Falls]]".<ref>[[:File:103ByTheCar.png]]</ref>
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*[[Sheriff Graham|Graham]]'s jacket,<ref>[[:File:101HenryIsFine.png]]</ref> which he wears in every episode where he appears, is known as a B34/Sheriff leather jacket and was custom made by [[Wikipedia:Vancouver|Vancouver]]'s Ocean Drive Leather. It is available for purchase on the company's website, at a hefty sum:<ref>{{cite web|url=http://oceandriveleather.com/product/b34sheriff/|title=B34/Sheriff
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|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=Oceandrive Leather}}</ref>
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*[[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] is wearing<ref>[[:File:101ForThemNotUs.png]]<br>[[:File:101WhyThankYou.png]]</ref> a Gray Cashmere Cardigan<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.lyst.com/clothing/club-monaco-cashmere-cardigan-light-gray-heather/|title=Club Monaco Gray Cashmere Cardigan|publisher= Lyst|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130320023209/http://www.lyst.com/clothing/club-monaco-cashmere-cardigan-light-gray-heather/|archivedate=March 13, 2013}}</ref> and a Morgan Lace Tank top from [[Wikipedia:Club Monaco|Club Monaco]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.shopbop.com/morgan-lace-tank-club-monaco/vp/v=1/845524441893816.htm|title=Club Monaco Morgan Lace Tank|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=[[Wikipedia:Shopbop|Shopbop]]}}</ref> {{S|(no longer available)}}.
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**Mary Margaret wears the same outfit during the 1983 flashbacks in the [[Season Two]] episode "[[Welcome to Storybrooke]]".<ref>[[:File:217MissMills.png]]</ref>
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*The necklace the [[Evil Queen]] is wearing<ref>[[:File:101Hey!.png]]</ref> is also worn by her in the episodes "[[The Thing You Love Most]]",<ref>[[:File:102SameAge.png]]</ref> "[[The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter]]"<ref>[[:File:107BlackSuitsMe.png]]</ref> and "[[Hat Trick]]".<ref>[[:File:117YourHat.png]]</ref> The necklace has also been worn by her [[Dr. Jekyll's Serums|serum]] [[Evil Queen (Serum)|counterpart]] in the [[Season Six]] episode "[[A Bitter Draught]]"<ref>[[:File:602MommysBack.png]]</ref> and by her [[Storybrooke]] [[Regina Mills|counterpart]] in the Season Six episode "[[Wish You Were Here]]".<ref>[[:File:610Surrender.png]]</ref>
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**[[Dr. Facilier]] retrieves the necklace from the bayou in the [[Season Seven]] episode "[[A Taste of the Heights]]".<ref>[[:File:712RememberThis.png]]</ref>
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*The ensemble [[Prince Charming]] is wearing when he wakes up [[Snow White]] from the [[Sleeping Curse|sleeping curse]]<ref>[[:File:101SayGoodbye.png]]</ref> is the same attire worn by his [[Storybrooke]] [[Prince Charming|counterpart]] in the [[Season Seven]] episode "[[Leaving Storybrooke]]".<ref>[[:File:722SomeoneToLead.png]]</ref> Prince Charming wears the ensemble again in "[[A Land Without Magic]]".<ref>[[:File:122MyMothersRing.png]]</ref>
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===Goofs===
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*During [[Snow White|Snow]] and [[Prince Charming|Charming]]'s wedding when the [[Evil Queen]] enters, her footsteps don't match the speed at which the floor moves, clearly indicating CGI.
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*During [[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s date with [[Ryan]], her left wrist has a flower tattoo<ref>[[:File:101LetMeGuess.png]]</ref> (briefly glimpsed in this episode, but more visible in other episodes<ref>[[:File:115YouCanDoThis.png]]</ref>). When she opens the door for [[Henry Mills|Henry]], the tattoo is gone.<ref>[[:File:101WhoAreYou.png]]</ref>
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*When Emma and [[Henry Mills|Henry]] arrive in [[Storybrooke]], [[Steveston Village]], which doubles as the town of Storybrooke on the [[Once Upon a Time|show]], has not been [[Wikipedia:Redress|redressed]] for some of the shots. The following real-life Steveston business names appear on-screen: Pacific Net & Twine,<ref name="Arrival">[[:File:101Arrival.png]]</ref> Romania Country Bread<ref name="Arrival" /> Serenity,<ref name="Town">[[:File:101InTown.png]]</ref> Nikaido<ref name="Town" /> and Splash.<ref name="Town" /> In addition, the prop sign on the building that doubles as [[Mr. Gold]]'s [[Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer|pawnshop]] for exterior scenes has not been put up.<ref>[[:File:101OffTheyGo.png]]</ref> However, in a different shot, the sign on Serenity is gone (but not replaced) and Nikaido has been transformed into Standard Clocks.<ref>[[:File:101StandardClocks.png]]</ref> In "[[The Thing You Love Most]]", the local businesses ''have'' been redressed and transformed. Pacific Net & Twine has become Atlantic Twine & Net,<ref>[[:File:102DinerOpens.png]]</ref> Romania Country Bread has become Storybrooke Country Bread,<ref name="Darn">[[:File:102DarnCar.png]]</ref> Serenity has become Modern Fashions<ref name="Darn" /> and Splash has become Neighbors.<ref>[[:File:102HowAboutThat.png]]</ref>
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*After meeting [[Archie Hopper|Archie]], Emma opens the [[Yellow Bug|car]] door to get back in and drive Henry [[Mills House|home]]. On the door screen, a camera man's reflection is noticeable. A reflection of a curtain on the car window is also visible.
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===Filming Locations===
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*The opening scene, featuring [[Josh Dallas]] as [[Prince Charming]] on horseback, was filmed at [[Wikipedia:Alouette Lake|Alouette Lake]] in [[Wikipedia:British Columbia|British Columbia]]'s [[Wikipedia:Golden Ears Provincial Park|Golden Ears Provincial Park]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wvgazette.com/Entertainment/201111160282?page=1|title=Where have all the TV pets gone?|last=Robinson|first=Amy|date=November 16, 2011|publisher=''[[Wikipedia:Charleston Gazette-Mail|Charleston Gazette-Mail]]''|quote=...the beautiful opening sequence I cited is real: it's Alouette Lake in Golden Ears Provincial Park, about 30 miles outside of Vancouver.}}<br><br>'''Note that as of June 7, 2018, the website is unavailable to computers in the [[Wikipedia:European Economic Area|European Economic Area]] (EEA), due to the [[Wikipedia:General Data Protection Regulation|General Data Protection Regulation]]. For users located in the EEA, visit [[Wikipedia:Internet Archive|Internet Archive]]'s back-up copy:'''<br>{{cite web|url=https://www.wvgazettemail.com/entertainment/201111160282/?page=1|title=Where have all the TV pets gone?|author=Amy Robinson|authorlink=|coauthors=|date=November 16, 2011|publisher=''[[Wikipedia:Charleston Gazette-Mail|Charleston Gazette-Mail]]''|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160415155157/https://www.wvgazettemail.com/entertainment/201111160282/?page=1|archivedate=April 15, 2016}}</ref>
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*[[Wikipedia:Waterfront Station (Vancouver)|Waterfront Station]] in [[Wikipedia:Vancouver|Vancouver]] (where production for ''[[Once Upon a Time]]'' is based) doubles as the bus station where [[Henry Mills|Henry]] gets off the bus in [[Boston]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://moviemaps.org/locations/1gl|title=Movies Filmed at Waterfront Station|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=MovieMaps}}</ref>
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*The interior scene at the [[Boston Restaurant|Boston restaurant]] was filmed at the Shore Club restaurant in Vancouver in March 2011,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://yvrshoots.com/2012/03/v-i-a-yvrshoots-series-alcatraz-and-other-tv-pilots-await-their-fate.html|title=TV PILOTS: ONCE UPON A TIME, ALCATRAZ and other TV Pilots Await Their Fate
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|date=March 17, 2012|publisher=Hollywood North}}<br>{{cite web|url=http://vancouverisawesome.com/2011/07/21/yvrshoots-working-the-comic-con-craziness/|title=#YVRShoots – Alcatraz and other TV Pilots Await Their Fate|last=Gittins|first=Susan|date=April 21, 2011|publisher=Vancouver Is Awesome}}</ref> seven months before the ''Pilot'' aired. The "S" logo can be seen inside the elevator that [[Emma Swan|Emma]] exits.<ref>[[:File:101HereComesEmma.png]]</ref> The restaurant was closed down the following year.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.biv.com/article/2012/3/shore-club-to-become-the-keg/|title=Shore Club to become The Keg|last=Korstrom|first=Greg|date=March 25, 2012|publisher=Business in Vancouver}}</ref>
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**Vancouver-based [http://www.gothamsteakhouse.com/ Gotham Steakhouse & Bar] doubles as the restaurant for exterior shots, in the scene where Emma chases [[Ryan]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://moviemaps.org/locations/z9|title=Movies Filmed at Gotham Steakhouse|accessdate=June 7, 2018|publisher=MovieMaps}}</ref>
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*The scene where Emma drives through Boston, was filmed on Seymour Street, Vancouver, in late March 2011,<ref name="VancouverIsAwesome" /><ref>{{TwitterLink|canadagraphs|status/51152125832597504|CanadaGraphs|date=March 25, 2011|quote=Wayching {{S|[sic]}} scenes getting shot for Once Upon A Time, on Seymour right now}}</ref> whereas the scene where she arrives in [[Storybrooke]], was filmed in March<ref name="Commentary" /> and early April 2011.<ref name="VancouverIsAwesome" /> The outdoor scenes in Storybrooke were filmed over 17–18 days.<ref name="Commentary" />
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*The [[Storybrooke Schools|classroom]] [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] is teaching in also doubles as a classroom in the 1984 fantasy film ''[[Wikipedia:The NeverEnding Story (film)|The NeverEnding Story]]''.<ref>{{TwitterLink|AdamHorowitzLA|status/855897096360083456|[[Adam Horowitz]]|date=April 22, 2017 |quote=#OnceUponATime Trivia: Henry's classroom is filmed in the same classroom as Neverending Story.|image=File:TWAdamHorowitzLA-101.png}}</ref>
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===Original Script===
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*Originally, [[Mr. Gold]] wasn't going to appear in the first episode, but the show creators included him in the episode after they fell in love with the character's counterpart, [[Rumplestiltskin]].<ref name="Commentary" />
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*[[Emma Swan|Emma]]'s first name was Anna. The name was changed to Emma after the legal department told the [[Once Upon a Time|show]] creators that the name did not "clear" – according to [[Adam Horowitz]], it probably meant that someone named Anna Swan lived in the [[Boston]] area.<ref>{{TwitterLink|AdamHorowitzLA|status/1030851202978725888|[[Adam Horowitz]]|date=August 18, 2018|quote=Legal department told us the name did not "clear" -- probably meaning someone named Anna Swan lived in the Boston area. Glad that happened. Emma Swan is a better name.|image=File:TWAdamHorowitzLA-101-EmmaSwan.png}}</ref>
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*Emma's arrival in [[Storybrooke]] took place after the [[Enchanted Forest]] council meeting.<ref name="Commentary" /> The scenes were later switched, with the arrival being shown first.
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*When the war council is debating how to stop the [[Evil Queen]]'s curse, the [[Woodcutter (True North)|Woodcutter]] and his two children, [[Hansel (True North)|Hansel]] and [[Gretel (True North)|Gretel]], were supposed to walk in with the [[Enchanted Trees|enchanted tree]] along with the [[Blue Fairy]].<ref name="Script">{{cite web|url=http://www.zen134237.zen.co.uk/Once_Upon_A_Time/Once_Upon_A_Time_1x01_-_Pilot.pdf|title=ONCE UPON A TIME "Pilot" by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz|accessdate=June 7, 2018|format=[[Wikipedia:PDF|PDF]]}}</ref>
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*[[Sheriff Graham]] is an avid fan of eating [[Wikipedia:Pixie Sticks|pixie sticks]]. He also states he grew up in [[Wikipedia:Maine|Maine]], but picked up his accent from his parents.<ref name="Script" />
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*Emma is convinced by Sheriff Graham to not drive out of town after drinking [[Regina Mills|Regina]]'s [[Wikipedia:Apple cider|apple cider]] and heads straight to the [[Granny's Bed and Breakfast|inn]] and checks into a room. Instead of realizing she still has [[Henry Mills|Henry]]'s [[Henry's Once Upon a Time Book|storybook]] while driving out of town as it occurred in the actual episode, she sees the book in her gym bag after setting it down in her guest room and begins to flip through it.<ref name="Script" />
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*The [[Caterpillar]] makes a short cameo as Henry's computer screen saver.<ref name="Script" />
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*The [[Dark Curse]] is not black smoke, but a green mist.<ref name="Script" />
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*The [[Storybrooke Schools|Storybrooke Elementary School]] is a Catholic school. [[Mary Margaret Blanchard|Mary Margaret]] is both a [[Sisters of Saint Meissa|nun]] and a school teacher.<ref name="Script" />
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===''[[Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale]]''===
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*[[Ryan]]'s surname is Marlow. He was also originally based in [[New York City|New York]] with his wife and three children but then fled to [[Boston]] after his embezzlement charges.<ref>Beane, Odette (2013). ''[[Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale]]'', [[Wikipedia:New York City|New York]]: [[Wikipedia:Hachette Books|Hyperion]], p. 1.</ref>
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*The [[Royal Castle|castle]] is referred to as the "Royal Castle".<ref>Beane, Odette (2013). ''[[Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale]]'', [[Wikipedia:New York City|New York]]: [[Wikipedia:Hachette Books|Hyperion]], p. 4</ref>
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*[[Emma Swan|Emma]] recalls the last days before the childbirth and being "holed up in a dusty jail cell" with "not a soul to help her".<ref>Beane, Odette (2013). ''[[Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale]]'', [[Wikipedia:New York City|New York]]: [[Wikipedia:Hachette Books|Hyperion]], p. 9</ref>
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*Emma recalls after she gave birth to [[Henry Mills|Henry]], she was only allowed to hold him for a moment ("a warm, soft, crying thing who'd looked up at her with cloudy eyes") before the nurse pulled him away from her.<ref>Beane, Odette (2013). ''[[Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale]]'', [[Wikipedia:New York City|New York]]: [[Wikipedia:Hachette Books|Hyperion]], p. 19</ref>
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|Finnish translation=The Beginning
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|French translation=Once Upon a Time
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|German title=Das verlorene Happy End
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|German translation=The Lost Happy Ending
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|Italian title=Mai più un lieto fine
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|Italian translation=No More Happy Endings
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|Hungarian title=Új város
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|Hungarian translation=New Town
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|Spanish title=Piloto
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|Spanish translation=Pilot
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|Polish title= Dawno, dawno temu...
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|Polish translation= Once Upon a Time...
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Once Upon A Time, there was an enchanted forest filled with all the classic characters we know. Or think we know.
One day they found themselves trapped in a place where all their happy endings were stolen. Our World.
This is how it happened...

"Pilot" is the first episode of Season One of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Mark Mylod. It is the first episode of the series overall, and premiered on October 23, 2011.

Synopsis

And they lived happily ever after...or so everyone was led to believe. Emma Swan knows how to take care of herself. She's a 28-year-old bail bondsperson who's been on her own ever since she was abandoned as a baby. But when Henry—the son she gave up years ago—finds her, everything changes. Henry is now 10 years old and in desperate need of Emma's help. He believes that Emma actually comes from an alternate world and is Snow White and Prince Charming's missing daughter. According to his book of fairytales, they sent her away to protect her from the Evil Queen's curse, which trapped the characters of fairytale world forever, frozen in time, and brought them into our modern world.

Not believing a word of Henry's story, Emma brings him back to Storybrooke, but finds herself drawn to this unusual boy and his strange New England town. Concerned for him, she decides to stay for a while, but soon comes to suspect that Storybrooke is more than it seems. It's a place where magic has been forgotten, but is still powerfully close...where fairytale characters are alive, even though they don't remember who they once were, and where the Evil Queen, known as Regina, is now Henry's foster mother. The epic battle for the future of all worlds is beginning, and for good to win, Emma will have to accept her destiny and fight like hell.[1]

Recap

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In the Enchanted Forest, Prince Charming races his horse along a road and into a forest. As it begins to snow, he meets with the Seven Dwarves. They tell him that he is too late as he looks to the sleeping woman that they have placed in a glass casket. He tells them to open it, but is reminded she is gone. When the Prince asks for the chance to say goodbye to his love, they open the casket and he kisses her. A wave of energy sweeps outward and the woman awakens. The Prince promises that he will always find her and kisses her.

Snow White and the Prince marry in front of their kingdoms as everyone applauds. The Evil Queen comes in and casts aside the guards who try to stop her. Snow White grabs Prince Charming's sword, telling her that she is no longer Queen. Prince Charming reminds her that she has already lost and that he will not let her ruin their happy wedding. The Queen informs them both she has a gift for them and she makes a vow of her own. Soon everything that everyone in their world loves will be ripped away from them, and her victory will arise from their suffering. She promises to destroy their happiness if it is the last thing she does. Before she makes her final exit Prince Charming throws his sword at her but she dissolves into a cloud black and purple smoke and disappears.

In the "real" world, Henry Mills is reading a fairy tale book as he rides the bus to Boston. When he arrives, he hails a cab and pays for it with a credit card.

A man named Ryan sits down at a table with a blond woman and they begin to talk. They are both on a blind date, happy to find the other person is who they say they are. Emma tells Ryan it is her birthday and she has no family to spend it with, so decided to go out with him that night. She then tells Ryan that she knows he embezzled money from his employer and abandoned his wife and children. He realizes that she is a bail bondsman and makes a mad dash for it, but discovers that she has booted his car. When Emma suggests that Ryan should give what money he has to his family, he asks her what she knows about family. Emma knocks him out and says "nothing." She then goes home and lights a cupcake for her birthday. The doorbell rings and Emma finds Henry at her doorstep. She has no idea who he is, but Henry knows her by name. He introduces himself and says that he is her son.

Henry enters the apartment and explains that he is the baby she gave up for adoption ten years ago. Emma asks him to give her a minute and retreats to the bathroom. When she calms down and comes out, Henry asks her to come home with him. When she threatens to call the police, Henry says that he will claim that she kidnapped him. Emma says that she can tell when people are lying and starts to make the call, but Henry says that he needs her to come with him to Storybrooke, Maine. Emma reluctantly agrees.

In the Enchanted Forest, a pregnant Snow White contemplates the Queen's threat. Prince Charming tells her that they were only words. Snow White reminds him that she poisoned her, all because she thought Snow White was prettier than her. Prince Charming asks what he can do to reassure her, Snow White asks to talk to the prisoner who can see the future. The Prince hesitates, but Snow White insists that he can assure that their child will be safe. The Prince reluctantly agrees.

As they drive to Maine, Henry asks to stop for food but Emma refuses, saying they are not on a road trip. He starts reading from his storybook of fairy tales and insists that they are all true. When Emma says they are not, Henry dares her to tell if he is telling the truth. Emma does but points out that just because someone believes something does not make it real. Henry says that is what makes things real, and that he has problems that she's going to fix for him.

The jailer takes Snow White and Prince Charming to see Rumplestiltskin, warning her not to reveal her name. When they arrive at the cell, Rumplestiltskin knows immediately who they are, and the cloaks are pointless. He says that he can reassure them but it will cost them something in return.

Prince Charming refuses, but Snow White insists and asks what he wants. Rumplestiltskin asks for the name of their child and Snow White agrees, and he tells them that they will all soon be imprisoned when time stops, imprisoned somewhere horrible where everything they love will be ripped from them.

When Snow White asks what can stop it, Rumplestiltskin says that her child is their only hope and they should get her to safety. On the child's 28th birthday, she will find them and the final battle will begin. Snow White and Prince Charming walk away and Rumplestiltskin demands the name of the child, saying that it is a girl. Prince Charming insists that it is a boy, but Rumplestiltskin says that Snow White knows the truth. She turns and tells Rumplestiltskin that the child's name is Emma.

Emma and Henry arrive at Storybrooke. He refuses to give her an address and Emma pulls over. She notices that the town clock is frozen and Henry explains that the Evil Queen sent everyone there and trapped them, frozen in time. When Emma asks why they don't leave, Henry warns that bad things happen when they try. A man, Archie Hopper, comes over, and Henry greets him.

He tells Emma that Henry is the mayor's son and gives Emma the address. When Henry claims he was on a field trip, Archie tells him not to lie because it means giving in to the dark side. As Archie leaves, Henry explains that Archie is actually Jiminy Cricket, but he does not know it and that none of the townspeople remember who they really are. They have all been frozen in time, and nothing ever changes.

Prince Charming meets with the council and insists that they need to fight. Jiminy Cricket warns that fighting means giving into one's dark side. Snow White says that there is nothing they can do because the future is ordained, but Prince Charming says that if Rumplestiltskin says the truth, then their child will be their savior.

The Blue Fairy arrives with a squad of soldiers bearing a mystic tree and says that the wood can be used to ward off any curse. She asks Geppetto if he can make the enchantment they need. He agrees, but the Blue Fairy warns that the tree can only protect one.

Henry asks Emma not to take him back to the mayor, explaining that his adopted mother is evil and only pretends to love him. The mayor, Regina Mills (the Evil Queen), runs out and embraces him, but he insists that he has found his real mother and runs inside. Sheriff Graham is with her and goes inside to check on Henry, Regina invites Emma in for a glass of apple cider. She explains that she didn't know who Henry's parents were and that the records of the parents were sealed.

Emma assures Regina that she has nothing to worry about, and that the father does not even know that Henry exists. The mayor explains that she is strict with Henry but she wants him to excel in life. When Emma comments on Henry's claims about fairy tales, Regina says that she has no idea what she is talking about. She invites Emma to leave and the bail bondsman goes out to her car.

As she turns back, she sees Henry in his bedroom window, watching her. As Emma drives out of town, she realizes that Henry left his book on the car seat. She looks up and sees a wolf on the road ahead of her. She swerves to avoid it and hits the town marker, knocking Emma unconscious. The book opens to the pages of Geppetto at work.

Geppetto and his son Pinocchio are hard at work carving the enchanted tree into a magic wardrobe. In her chambers, Snow White insists that she cannot leave Prince Charming, but he insists that she has to be safe from the curse. As they embrace, Snow White realizes that the baby is coming. On the battlements, the dwarves stand guard and see a vast evil cloud approaching. Grumpy sounds the alarm as the curse approaches.

Emma wakes up and finds herself in a cell. Leroy is locked up in the cell next to her, and the handyman, Marco, tells him not to give Emma grief. Marco comments that he does not have any children. Sheriff Graham releases Leroy and suggests that Emma was drunk on the mayor's cider.

Regina arrives and is surprised to see Emma in the jail cell, and tells Graham that Henry has run away again. Emma offers to help and they take her to Henry's bedroom. She checks the computer and confirms that he made a credit card payment to a birth-mother tracking site using a credit card belonging to Mary Margaret Blanchard, his teacher. Mary Margaret is just dismissing her class when Regina and Emma arrive.

The teacher insists that she knew nothing about Henry's actions and claims that he stole her credit card. Angry, Regina realizes that Mary Margaret gave Henry the fairy tale book, and the teacher defends herself, saying that he is a special child. The mayor storms off and Emma talks to Mary Margaret, who says that Henry needed the book so that he could have hope of a happy ending. Emma realizes that the teacher knows where Henry is, and Mary Margaret suggests that she check Henry's castle.

As Snow White is in labor, Prince Charming assures her that the wardrobe is almost finished. Geppetto enters and says that it is finished, but Doc the dwarf warns that they cannot move Snow White because it is too close to the baby's delivery.

In the forest, the Evil Queen and her retinue of black knights ride toward the castle.

Snow White gives birth to her daughter and remembers that the wardrobe will only work for one person. The Prince realizes that their plan has failed and hears the invading force attacking the castle. Snow White tells him to take the baby to the wardrobe and hopes that Emma will come back for them. She says goodbye to her daughter, and the Prince takes her and a sword with him. He fights his way past two of the black knights but is wounded in the process. Finally, he gets to the wardrobe and places Emma inside. As he seals the door, more knights arrive and wound him severely. They open the wardrobe doors, but discover that the baby is gone. Badly wounded, the Prince sees that his daughter escaped to safety.

Emma tracks Henry to a playground castle structure and returns his book to him. He admits that he hoped that when he brought Emma there, things would change and the final battle would begin. Henry figures that she is pushing him away because she feels guilty, and that he knows Emma gave him away to give him his best chance.

Emma insists that she is a real person and no savior, but admits that she wanted him to have his best chance. Henry asks her to stay for one week to prove that he is not crazy, saying that his life sucks with Regina. Emma tells him that his life is nothing compared to hers, and her parents abandoned her on a freeway and her foster family sent her back when she was 3. Henry insists that she went through the wardrobe and appeared on the freeway, and her real parents tried to save her from the curse, but Emma does not believe him.

Snow White finds Prince Charming and pleads with him to come back to her. She kisses him but he does not move. The Evil Queen enters and says that in a few minutes, Snow White will remember nothing and that it is her personal happy ending.

The Queen's knights tell her that the baby is gone and Snow White smiles, saying that the Evil Queen will lose and good will always win. The Evil Queen laughs as the roof shatters as a vast vortex sucks everything up, and says that they are going to somewhere absolutely horrible, where the only happy ending will be hers.

In Storybrooke, Emma brings Henry back to Regina and he runs inside. The mayor thanks her and notes that Henry seems to like Emma. Emma admits that when she blew out the candle on her birthday cupcake, she made a wish that she would not be alone on her birthday.

Regina says that Emma should not try to come back into Henry's life, because she has raised the boy and he is her son now. She says that Emma has no legal right to Henry because she insisted on a closed adoption, and tells her to leave town or she will destroy her.

As Regina turns to go, Emma asks if she loves Henry. Regina says that she does and closes the door, and then goes to see Henry in his room. She takes his fairy tale book with her and goes to a mirror, studying it intently.

Mary Margaret is serving at the hospital as a volunteer, and goes to see a male patient, a John Doe. She places flowers at his bed side and leaves the man to slumber in his enclosed room of glass.

Henry looks out his window toward the town clock.

Emma goes to a bed and breakfast run by Granny. She is complaining to her granddaughter, but is surprised when Emma wants to take a room. Granny eagerly agrees to give her a room. As Emma gives her name for the register, Mr. Gold comes in and comments on her lovely name. He takes a money vial from Granny and wishes Emma a lovely stay, and then leaves. Granny and her granddaughter explain that Mr. Gold owns the entire town, and then Granny gives Emma her key.

As Henry watches the clock, the hands move for the first time; meaning that Emma's arrival has started to weaken the curse.


Deleted Scenes

These scenes are included on Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season.

"Meet Rumplestiltskin" (Scene 1)

This was the original opening scene of the episode.[3]

A guard enters the mines with a tray of food. In the distance, laughter can be heard. The guard walks forward and is stopped by another guard who pulls a small twig out of the food; warning him what "he" could do with it. The laughter continues making the guard curious the other one tells him he has been doing it for two days. The guard places the food in the cell and before he leaves, Rumplestiltskin grabs him and tells him, "It has begun."

"Cradle" (Scene 9)

An extended version of the scene where Snow White and Prince Charming talk about Rumplestiltskin. Grumpy and Dopey are arguing in Emma's nursery. Prince Charming enters and asks them to leave so he can be with Snow White. As he approaches her, the scene proceeds as it does in the actual episode, with a blue bird flying from her hand, and him asking her what is wrong, but she replies, "Nothing."

"Regina's Sheriff" (Scene 22)

Emma leaves Regina's house and is surprised to see Sheriff Graham outside leaning on her car. Graham thinks she should stay at Granny's for the night due to Regina's drinks being strong. Emma disagrees and believes she is fine to drive and would pass a breathalyzer test. He agrees to let her go and she drives off.

Cast[1]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring


Uncredited

  • Cinder as Pongo
  • Unknown baby as Emma


Trivia

Title

  • This is the only episode to not include a title card. Instead, it features four slides that set the premise for the series.

Production Notes

  • This episode has the highest ratings of the entire series.[2]
  • Some shots of the opening scene were filmed from a helicopter, even though Mark Mylod, the director, was afraid of flying.[4]
  • As the kiss scene was being filmed, real snow began to fall.[4][5] That scene was filmed on April 7.[6]
  • The opening scene features the ending of the fairytale, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves", to show that there is more that goes on beyond the happy ending.[4]
  • The wedding scene was filmed during the spring of 2011, with 200-plus fairytale costumed extras.[7] More costumed extras were added with visual effects.[8]
  • Emma's introduction scene was written to subvert expectations and make her look like a woman who is looking for love, and then twist the story into what is to come, as Emma has a lot more going on.[4]
  • The birds that Snow White and her Storybrooke counterpart set free were green birds that were CGIed blue in post production.[4] These birds are actually lovebirds.
  • Snow White claims the Evil Queen poisoned an apple because she was "prettier than her". However, this is later revealed to be untrue, and it is not currently known why Snow White makes this claim. ("The Stable Boy", "An Apple Red as Blood")
  • While filming the scene where Emma and Henry are driving though Boston, the crew were on a tight schedule, and some of the shots were taken from moments where Jennifer Morrison and Jared S. Gilmore were being themselves and thinking they weren't actually filming.[4]
  • It was Robert Carlyle's idea that Rumplestiltskin should drop down from the ceiling in his cell.[9]
  • Mifflin Street, the address of Regina's house, is a shout-out to a street in Madison, Wisconsin, near the University of Wisconsin, which Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz both attended.[4]
  • Caitlin Ffrench, a fiber artist from East Vancouver[10] who made Emma's baby blanket,[11] taught Beverley Elliott how to knit for Granny's filming scene at the war council table.[11]
  • Footage from the filming of the opening shot of the scene where Emma brings Henry home at night[12] was reused for an establishing shot of Regina's house in the Season Six episode "Page 23"[13] and the Season Seven episode "Is This Henry Mills?".[14] The identical position of the curtains in the windows and the lighting behind them, the shadows on the walls and the open window on the second floor, are a dead giveaway.
  • One of the people in Henry's e-mail inbox is Damon.[15] a reference to Damon Lindelof.[4] Although his name is not on the show, he was one of the people involved in the conception of Once Upon a Time.[16]
  • The first scene that was filmed for the show, was Mary Margaret teaching at school.[4]
  • Prince Charming was originally supposed to die in this episode,[17] but the writers decided that it would be really difficult to continue with the show without him since they wanted Snow White to get her happy ending after all.[4]
    • According to Edward Kitsis, ABC president of entertainment Channing Dungey, who was ABC head of drama during the show's development, is at the origin of this change. She sent a note to Kitsis and Horowitz saying that for a series about hope, there is not a lot of hope in killing Charming.[18]
  • Originally, real exploding glass was going to be used for the scene where the curse transports the Evil Queen and Snow White to Storybrooke, but the crew experienced a slight hitch during the shooting of this scene and forgot to film it.[4]
  • Mr. Gold regains his Enchanted Forest memories upon hearing Emma's name when he first meets her at the inn.[19]
  • The hospital scene with John Doe was originally the idea for the ending of episode two, but the show creators wanted to give the audience a sense of hope that Snow White and Prince Charming would be reunited.[4]
  • The close-up of the town clock seen when time starts moving in Storybrooke in this episode[20] and "The Thing You Love Most"[21] is reused in "A Land Without Magic",[22] the Season Four episode "Darkness on the Edge of Town"[23] and the Season Six finale "The Final Battle Part 2".[24] In "A Land Without Magic" and "Darkness on the Edge of Town", the lighting has been changed to daylight and a cloud of magic has been digitally added to the former.
  • "The Stranger" and the Season Two episode "Selfless, Brave and True" establish that time starts moving in Storybrooke on October 23, 2011, the same day that the show premiered. As seen in "Selfless, Brave and True"; this is proven when August's wooden state is triggered in Phuket 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 12 hours ahead of Maine's timezone).

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

  • The opening scenes of Prince Charming riding and awakening Snow White are reused in "A Land Without Magic" and "Lost Girl".
  • The meaning of Prince Charming and Snow White's words, "I will always find you", is revealed in "Snow Falls".
  • Snow White's claim that the Evil Queen is "not a Queen anymore" refers to scenes in "The Cricket Game". The same episode explains the events that led the Queen into deciding to cast the Dark Curse.
  • The move where Prince Charming throwing his sword over his head at the Evil Queen was used by Emma, his daughter, when she fought Maleficent in "A Land Without Magic" and by Regina against the Count of Monte Cristo in "A Bitter Draught".
  • How Emma became a bounty hunter, and the origin of her red leather jacket, is revealed in "Firebird".
  • Emma compliments Ryan, says not to stop her if she's wrong, and then tells him his criminal actions, prompting him to run away, but Emma follows him by walking calmly through the traffic and boots his car before he can get away; just like Cleo Fox did with Emma in "Firebird".
  • The events surrounding Henry's birth are explored in "Tallahassee" and "The Heart of the Truest Believer".
  • The Blue Fairy claims the carved wardrobe can only protect one person from the Dark Curse, but this is proven otherwise in "The Stranger".
  • Emma's "superpower" of knowing when people are lying is referenced again in a number of episodes, including "True North" and "The Evil Queen".
  • Snow White discovers she is pregnant in "Best Laid Plans".
  • Snow White's claim that the Evil Queen poisoned an apple is explored in "An Apple Red as Blood".
  • The origin of the unicorn mobile in Emma's nursery is revealed in "Best Laid Plans".
  • The events surrounding Rumplestiltskin's acquisition of his ability to see the future are explained in "Manhattan", and the events that led to him being imprisoned are revealed in "The Price of Gold".
  • Rumplestiltskin foresees that after Emma finds her parents, the final battle will begin. The final battle is fought in "The Final Battle Part 1" and "The Final Battle Part 2".
  • Rumplestiltskin's obsession with knowing the name of Snow White's unborn child, and why he needed it, is revealed in "Queen of Hearts".
  • Rumplestiltskin's habit of treating names as important is referred to again in "That Still Small Voice", "Queen of Hearts", "Manhattan", "The Apprentice" and "Changelings".
  • Rumplestiltskin first met Snow White during the events of "7:15 A.M.", and Prince Charming during the events of "The Shepherd".
  • The reason Prince Charming thinks his child will be a boy is revealed in "Lady of the Lake".
  • Snow White first met the dwarves during the events of "7:15 A.M.", the Blue Fairy during the events of "The Queen Is Dead", and Red Riding Hood and Granny during the events of "Red-Handed".
  • Snow White and Prince Charming first met Jiminy Cricket in "Heart of Darkness".
  • Regina talks about how she adopted Henry when he was three weeks old. The events surrounding the adoption are shown in "Save Henry".
  • The events surrounding Regina "becoming" mayor, as she puts it, are explored in "Welcome to Storybrooke".
  • The identity of Henry's father, and why he does not know about Henry, is revealed in "Tallahassee".
  • Henry's father is brought up again in "True North".
  • Emma is startled by another wolf on the road in "Lily".
  • When Emma crashes her car at the town border, Henry's storybook turns pages in the breeze. One page includes the Caterpillar from "Alice in Wonderland". Wonderland is explored in "Hat Trick" and "Queen of Hearts".
  • The sign that Emma crashes into, has been repaired by the time of "Dark Waters".
  • Another page shows Dorothy Gale and the flying monkeys in Oz. Dorothy first appears in "Kansas". The land of Oz is explored in "It's Not Easy Being Green" and "Kansas". The flying monkeys play a major part in the second half of the third season.
  • The events surrounding Geppetto and Pinocchio's construction of the Magic Wardrobe are further explored in "The Stranger".
  • The scene of Mary Margaret leading her students in building birdhouses is used again in "Welcome to Storybrooke".
  • Unbeknownst to Mary Margaret, this isn't the first time she sees Emma after she was forced to give her up. The first time it happened was in "Awake", but she does not remember it due to drinking a memory potion.
  • How Henry received the storybook from Mary Margaret is detailed in "Going Home ".
  • The scenes of Snow White giving birth, Prince Charming putting Emma in the wardrobe, and the Evil Queen enacting the curse are used again in "The Stranger" and "A Land Without Magic".
  • The circumstances surrounding how Emma was found as an infant are revealed in "The Stranger".
  • What happened after the inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest were brought to the Land Without Magic, is explored in "Welcome to Storybrooke".
  • The Storybrooke explanation for the John Doe's presence in the hospital is given in "The Stranger".
  • John Doe awakens from his coma in "Snow Falls"
  • Mr. Gold regains his Enchanted Forest memories upon hearing Emma's name when he first meets her at the inn.[19] Unbeknownst to him, however, the same thing happened to him in "Awake", but he does not remember it because he drank a memory potion afterward.
  • Mr. Gold's powerful status in town is part of a deal he made with Regina in the Enchanted Forest in "The Thing You Love Most".
  • At the exact moment Emma decides to stay in Storybrooke for a week, this has ramifications for another person who is halfway across the world. These events are alluded to in "The Stranger", and further explored in "Selfless, Brave and True".

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Disney

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Fairytales and Folklore

Popular Culture

Props Notes

Set Dressing

Costume Notes

Goofs

  • During Snow and Charming's wedding when the Evil Queen enters, her footsteps don't match the speed at which the floor moves, clearly indicating CGI.
  • During Emma's date with Ryan, her left wrist has a flower tattoo[103] (briefly glimpsed in this episode, but more visible in other episodes[104]). When she opens the door for Henry, the tattoo is gone.[105]
  • When Emma and Henry arrive in Storybrooke, Steveston Village, which doubles as the town of Storybrooke on the show, has not been redressed for some of the shots. The following real-life Steveston business names appear on-screen: Pacific Net & Twine,[106] Romania Country Bread[106] Serenity,[107] Nikaido[107] and Splash.[107] In addition, the prop sign on the building that doubles as Mr. Gold's pawnshop for exterior scenes has not been put up.[108] However, in a different shot, the sign on Serenity is gone (but not replaced) and Nikaido has been transformed into Standard Clocks.[109] In "The Thing You Love Most", the local businesses have been redressed and transformed. Pacific Net & Twine has become Atlantic Twine & Net,[110] Romania Country Bread has become Storybrooke Country Bread,[111] Serenity has become Modern Fashions[111] and Splash has become Neighbors.[112]
  • After meeting Archie, Emma opens the car door to get back in and drive Henry home. On the door screen, a camera man's reflection is noticeable. A reflection of a curtain on the car window is also visible.

Filming Locations

Original Script

  • Originally, Mr. Gold wasn't going to appear in the first episode, but the show creators included him in the episode after they fell in love with the character's counterpart, Rumplestiltskin.[4]
  • Emma's first name was Anna. The name was changed to Emma after the legal department told the show creators that the name did not "clear" – according to Adam Horowitz, it probably meant that someone named Anna Swan lived in the Boston area.[121]
  • Emma's arrival in Storybrooke took place after the Enchanted Forest council meeting.[4] The scenes were later switched, with the arrival being shown first.
  • When the war council is debating how to stop the Evil Queen's curse, the Woodcutter and his two children, Hansel and Gretel, were supposed to walk in with the enchanted tree along with the Blue Fairy.[122]
  • Sheriff Graham is an avid fan of eating pixie sticks. He also states he grew up in Maine, but picked up his accent from his parents.[122]
  • Emma is convinced by Sheriff Graham to not drive out of town after drinking Regina's apple cider and heads straight to the inn and checks into a room. Instead of realizing she still has Henry's storybook while driving out of town as it occurred in the actual episode, she sees the book in her gym bag after setting it down in her guest room and begins to flip through it.[122]
  • The Caterpillar makes a short cameo as Henry's computer screen saver.[122]
  • The Dark Curse is not black smoke, but a green mist.[122]
  • The Storybrooke Elementary School is a Catholic school. Mary Margaret is both a nun and a school teacher.[122]

Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale

  • Ryan's surname is Marlow. He was also originally based in New York with his wife and three children but then fled to Boston after his embezzlement charges.[123]
  • The castle is referred to as the "Royal Castle".[124]
  • Emma recalls the last days before the childbirth and being "holed up in a dusty jail cell" with "not a soul to help her".[125]
  • Emma recalls after she gave birth to Henry, she was only allowed to hold him for a moment ("a warm, soft, crying thing who'd looked up at her with cloudy eyes") before the nurse pulled him away from her.[126]

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    Once Upon A Time - Live Facebook Interview With Adam Horowitz & Eddie Kitsis (May 9th 2012) - Part 3. YouTube (May 9, 2012).
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    Raphael Sbarge. Once Upon A Time Fan Blog/Podcast Site. “The following transcript is from @RaphaelSbarge’s live twitter chat from November 27th, 2011 episode of “Once Upon a Time,” Season 1, Episode 5: That Still Small Voice (...) @RaphaelSbarge the green scarf archie [sic] wears is actually my daughters [sic]. she is 9. I wear it to say hi to her.”
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