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For the location, see Tallahassee.

Emma Swan: Okay then. Tallahassee it is.
Neal Cassidy: Tallahassee it is.

"Tallahassee" is the sixth episode of Season Two of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Christine Boylan & Jane Espenson and directed by David M. Barrett. It is the twenty-eighth episode of the series overall, and premiered on November 4, 2012.


With the hopes of finding a magical compass that could help her and Mary Margaret get back to Storybrooke, Emma takes a journey with a not-too-trustworthy Captain Hook up a treacherous beanstalk in an attempt to steal the item from a murderous giant. Meanwhile, Emma's past is revealed to be anything but magical when she meets up with a fellow thief who wants to make an honest woman out of her.[1]


This section is a detailed recap of this episode. There are major spoilers. Click to expand.

In the Enchanted Forest, Emma Swan, Hook, Mulan, Mary Margaret Blanchard, and Aurora arrive at the beanstalk which is the entrance to the realm of the giants. Hook tells the others that this beanstalk and giant are the last of their kind, and that they will have to climb the beanstalk to get the magic compass. The magic compass will guide them to Storybrooke. He says that Cora has the ashes from the Magic Wardrobe to open a portal but she will also need the magic compass to find her way to their land. After getting the magic compass, they will then have to steal the magic wardrobe's ashes from Cora to return to Storybrooke. He reveals to the four women that he possesses a counterspell from Cora that was originally intended to allow him and Cora to climb the beanstalk. Now that he has chosen to align himself with Emma and company, he can take one of them up the beanstalk with him to get the compass. Aurora volunteers because she has no one left in the world, Mulan volunteers because she is the best warrior of the group, and Mary Margaret wants to go as Emma is too new to this world. But Emma overrules them, stating she must do this for Henry. After Mary Margaret cuts Hook free from his bonds, he slaps a black cuff on Emma that glows gold briefly, and allows her to climb the beanstalk. Before she begins to climb, Emma takes Mulan aside, and asks her that if she and Hook are not back in ten hours, will she cut down the beanstalk with her sword. Mulan agrees, and then gives Emma a concoction of Ground Poppy Dust in order to put the Giant to sleep. Emma and Hook then begin their climb.

11 years prior, Emma is shown walking towards a seemingly empty yellow bug in an alley in Portland, Oregon. She checks around her to make sure that no one is watching her, then uses tools she has hidden in her bag and sleeve to break into the car. She is able to start it with a screwdriver and is very pleased with herself until a man pops up behind her, startling her. He tells her to keep driving and reveals that his name is Neal Cassidy. Emma reluctantly tells him her name before she runs a stop sign, causing a cop to pull them over. Neal is able to come up with a cover story that he was teaching Emma to drive stick shift. The cop buys it and lets them leave. Neal then moves to the front seat with a sigh and reveals to Emma that the car she is driving is not even his, and that he was trying to steal it himself.

On the beanstalk, Emma and Hook are making good progress while climbing the stalk. Hook then asks Emma about her past, to which Emma is reluctant to reply. Hook then tells her that she has a son, to which Emma replies that it is common knowledge. He then also says that Emma herself was an orphan, and that she does not want to leave Henry in that situation. Emma asks how he could possibly know that, and Hook states that while in Neverland, he spent time in the company of a group of orphans known as the Lost Boys, so he can easily recognize another orphan. He then asks if Emma has ever been in love, and she replies never.

Emma and Neal are in what appears to be a convenience store. Emma is faking being pregnant and Neal is asking the shop owner how to get to a certain place. The shop owner retorts that if Neal buys the map, he will show him how to use it. Neal buys the map while Emma continues to swipe stuff from the shelves of the store. As the shop owner is showing Neal which way to go, Neal slips some candy bars into his pocket just as a customer walks in. The customer tries to call Neal and Emma out, but Emma fakes going into labor, allowing Neal and Emma to get away with the robbery. After jumping into their car and kissing, they make their way to a motel where they enter an open room after a family leaves. Emma discovers a dreamcatcher they left behind, saying that it is a way to prevent nightmares. As she and Neal settle in, Neal suggests that the two of them leave their lives of crime behind them, and settle down somewhere. When Emma asks where, Neal takes a map of the United States off the wall and tells Emma that wherever she points, that that is where they will settle down. Emma closes her eyes and picks Tallahassee, to which Neal replies that Tallahassee is where they will start their new lives.

On the ground, Mulan draws a line in the sand intersected with other lines. She explains to Aurora and Mary Margaret that this is to keep time of the watch for each of them. Mary Margaret volunteers to take the first watch, and Mulan goes to sleep. Aurora remains behind though, and confides in Mary Margaret she is scared to go to sleep, as she has been experiencing intense nightmares since being woke from the Sleeping Curse. Mary Margaret comforts her, stating that she had the same experience and that in order to make her feel better, Prince Charming would light a candle to help her sleep and sooth her back to sleep. She tells Aurora to rest, telling her she will watch over her.

At the top of the beanstalk, Emma and Hook arrive in the realm of the giants. Emma asks why the place is so run down, and Hook asks her what she knows of giants. She tells him what she knows of the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. After hearing her brief synopsis, Hook states that while it is a good tale, it's not quite how it happened. He reveals that there was a man named Jack who led an invasion of the giants' realm, killing everyone but one giant. Emma then asks him about the tattoo on his arm for Milah, and Captain Hook mentions that it is in memory of someone he knew long ago. Emma guesses that Rumplestiltskin killed her and that's the reason Hook wants him dead and Hook replies to Emma saying as a woman claiming not to have fallen in love, she is perceptive in love. Emma acknowledges then that she may have been in love once.

In a park in Portland, Emma waits for Neal behind a tree with lunch. Neal however is a bit flustered, and shows Emma an arrest warrant for grand larceny with his name on it. He explains to Emma that this is a result of him stealing some watches a long time ago, and that the watches are stored in a locker in the bus station in Portland. He despairs of how he will get out of this, but Emma thinks up a plan, saying she will steal the watches herself so that no one will be looking for Neal. Neal protests, saying that he has to go to Canada so he will not get caught and he could not bear the thought of Emma being put in jail. Emma silences him by telling Neal she loves him and kisses him.

Emma then climbs up one of the statues outside the open door to the home of the giant, clutching Mulan's sleeping potion. Captain Hook then takes a human bone and uses it to pound on a massive metal shield to summon the Giant from his lair. The Giant then comes storming out and sees Captain Hook. Captain Hook then leads the Giant around towards Emma by taunting him. The Giant follows him and then Emma throws the potion in the Giant's face, knocking him unconscious. At first, Emma believes Hook to be smushed, but Captain Hook shows up and congratulates her on knocking the Giant out cold before proceeding inside.

On the ground, Aurora wakes up screaming from a nightmare. A concerned Mary Margaret rushes to her side while Mulan looks on. Aurora then tells Mary Margaret about her nightmare, stating that she was in a room that had no windows or doors and was covered in blood red curtains. A fire was in the room as well, and through the fire she could see a male figure on the other side of the room, watching her. Mary Margaret calms her down and states that it was just a dream and to go back to sleep. Aurora reluctantly does this, laying her head in Mary Margaret's lap. Mary Margaret states she will watch over her, as she has no one else to watch over at the moment.

In the Giant's home on top of the beanstalk, Hook and Emma wander through the place, Emma looking for the magical compass while Hook seems to have more of an eye on the treasure all around him. Emma states for Hook to pay attention and that she needs the compass. Hook tucks a golden coin in his belt and then walks past Emma, stating all they need is right in front of them.

In Portland, Emma goes to the locker indicated by Neal and opens it, taking it out of the locker and easily slipping by the cops.

Back in the Giant's lair, Emma and Hook stumble across the skeleton of Jack the Giant Killer. All that remains is his bones, a few tattered bits of cloth, and a large sword with Jack's name inscribed on it. As Hook prepares to search further, Emma grabs a hold of him to save him for tripping over a tripwire. Hook takes this as a sign of affection from Emma, which she refutes immediately. The two then resume the search for the compass.

Back in Portland, Emma joins Neal in their yellow bug and the two celebrate their victory by kissing. Neal then states that he will go and pawn the watches to get the money that the two of them will need to start their new lives in Tallahassee. He gives Emma one of the stolen watches and states that she should meet him at the parking structure on the train tracks at 9:00. Neal takes off, but is pursued by a shadowy figure into a back alley, and it turns out to be August Booth. August informs Neal that he is Emma's guardian and has been looking for her for the last two years and Neal states that he has been doing a bang up job for the trouble Emma has been in. August retorts that Emma should not be drawn into Neal's life of crime, and that if he loves her, he will let her go and achieve a great destiny. Neal refuses to listen, until August opens up the wooden box on the back of his motorcycle and shows him an object on the inside. Neal then listens to August. Emma is shown waiting for Neal wearing the watch when a cop shows up out of nowhere with a gun pointed at her. He informs Emma that Neal betrayed her and called in a tip on her. He asks for the other stolen watches, but Emma states she does not have them. She is cuffed and led away in disbelief.

Back in the Giant's lair, Emma believes she sees the compass on top of a golden bird cage. She asks Hook to give her a boost, to Captain Hook retorts he should be the one being boosted. He asks Emma to trust him. Emma remains silent for a few moments before they hear the sound of the Giant pounding up behind them. Roaring in fury, he storms towards them, and his movements loosen stones from the ceiling and seemingly crush Hook beneath them.

A few months after the events in Portland, August meets with Neal on the outskirts of Vancouver. Neal drives up in the bug and asks August how Emma is. August reveals to him that Emma was sentenced to 11 months in a minimum security prison in Phoenix, Arizona. Neal becomes distraught and demands to know more, but August reminds him of the deal they made months earlier. Neal then gives August the keys to the bug and a stack of money, saying that he will rest better if he knows Emma is cared for. August reluctantly agrees to his request and says he will send a postcard to him when Emma fulfills her destiny.

The Giant lunges towards Emma and grabs her in his hand, and proceeds to being to squeeze the life out of her. Emma pleads with him that she needs the compass to get back to her son, but the Giant does not heed her. Almost out of breath, Emma bites the Giant's hand causing her to be dropped. Catching her breath, she runs away and grabs Jack's sword laying nearby. She cuts the rope holding a large iron trap and it falls on top of the Giant, seemingly trapping him. Menacing him with the poisoned sword, she demands the compass. The Giant reluctantly gives it to her, stating that she is going to kill him anyway and that all humans are alike. Emma states that they are not all alike and walks away. The Giant then breaks out of the trap and runs towards Emma. But rather than grab her again, he reveals a secret exit from his lair, saying that he owes Emma a favor for not killing him. Emma then states that the Giant actually owes her two favors since she could have killed him while he was unconscious. The Giant agrees. Emma then goes to Hook, pulls him out from under the rocks and shows him the magical compass. Hook reaches for it, but Emma tucks it back into her coat pocket. Then she clamps a manacle on Hook, stating that she cannot fully trust him. She turns and leaves as Hook roars at her for her to come back and free him.

On the ground, Mulan observes that it has been ten hours since Emma climbed the stalk. Reluctantly she unsheathes her sword and goes to work on the beanstalk, swinging her sword and shaking the beanstalk to its core. An enraged Mary Margaret lunges at Mulan and demands to know what she is doing. Mulan gasps out that it was Emma's wish for the beanstalk to be cut down if she was not back in ten hours. Emma then jumps to the ground with the compass in her hand. Aurora then asks about Hook, to which Emma responds he is fine but that he is a bit held up. Mulan and Aurora make ready to break camp while Mary Margaret hugs her daughter close and scolds her for telling Mulan to cut down the beanstalk.

In the Phoenix jail, Emma is sitting when a prison guard comes in with a small yellow envelope for her. She tells Emma it was sent to her from Phuket. The prison guard opens it and reveals the keys to the bug, stating that Emma now has a car in addition to a baby when she gets out of jail. Emma is then shown holding a positive pregnancy test in her hand.

In Storybrooke, a screaming Henry wakes up, causing David Nolan to come running. David lights a candle for Henry, and then Henry describes having a nightmare extremely similar to the one had by Princess Aurora in the Enchanted Forest, except that he sees a female figure looking back at him and not a male one. David comforts him and says it was just a bad dream.



Guest Starring




Production Notes

  • OBSERVATIONS: This is one of six episodes not to feature Regina Mills and the only one not to mention her at all.
  • During the filming of the beanstalk scene, Colin O'Donoghue accidentally hit Jennifer Morrison's stunt double in the head with his metal hook.[5]
  • ABANDONED IDEAS: In the episode script, after Hook says to Emma, "But an orphan's an orphan" as they climb the beanstalk, she replies, "Just keep climbing". This line is not in the final episode. In the script, Hook says, "Love has been all too rare in your life, hasn't it? Yes. It has. Tell me, Emma Swan, have you ever even been in love?" In the actual episode, the line has been shortened to "Love has been all too rare in your life, hasn't it? You ever even been in love?" In the episode script, Emma asks him if he will shut up if she answers and he replies, "For a spell", and before she answers his question, she says, "I'll take it." These lines are not in the final episode.[6]
  • Colin O'Donoghue came up with the idea of Hook tying Emma's bandage with his mouth, but didn't tell Jennifer Morrison's what he was going to do. Her reaction in the scene is genuine.[7]
  • ABANDONED IDEAS: The episode script contains an additional scene between Hook and Emma on the beanstalk. Much to Emma's dismay, Hook continues to keep the conversation going, but Emma asks him to save his charm, as it's not going to work. She reaches for a nearby handhold but Hook says it's not stable and suggests another one. She ignores his advice and reaches for the handhold anyway, which breaks. She begins to fall and holds onto a vine, which cuts into her hand (the reason for the cut on her hand later in the episode) and holds her until it snaps and Emma falls. Suddenly, the plummeting stops; she is dangling from Hook's hook in the back of her jacket collar. Hook pulls her up to safety and asks if she's hurt, but Emma ignores the cut on her hand and claims that she's fine. Hook points out that the giant will be even more dangerous than this climb and says that they can either work together in order to survive, or she can continue to doubt him. He once again points out which handhold is the safest one and this time, she listens to him and follows his lead.[6]
  • ABANDONED IDEAS: Illustrator John Gallagher created concept art of a large green snake on the beanstalk for the scenes where Emma and Hook are climbing,[8] but this idea did not make it onto the screen.
  • According to Edward Kitsis, they had wanted Jorge Garcia (whom they had worked with on Lost) to play the giant since Season One, but they never got the opportunity to get to the beanstalk story in the first season. They saved it for Season Two instead.[14]
  • When Hook calls is taunting the giant, he says, "you big git". The word "Git" is British for ​a stupid or unpleasant person.[15] According to Edward Kitsis, they wanted to use a phrase that was distinctly British, since Hook's character is of British origin. To make sure that they were using the word correctly, they e-mailed Josh Dallas, who had spent a long time doing theater in London.[14]
  • Emma's line to Hook, "Let's go steal a compass", is a shout-out to the TV series Leverage, which Christine Boylan was a writer for.[16] The line "Let's go steal..." is used many times throughout the drama series.
  • During the shooting of the scene Emma bites the giant's finger, it was filmed with a green screen stage while Jennifer Morrison had to bite an inflated inner tube. From the whole day on set doing that scene, her lips became bruised.[17]
  • This episode reveals the identity of Henry's father. However, Jennifer Morrison had known his identity since the first episode because it was important towards developing her character.[18]

Event Chronology

Episode Connections



Fairytales and Folklore

Popular Culture

Props Notes

  • Several versions of the beanstalk were used on set. For climbing, a real set-piece was created. For on-screen purposes, the leafy flourishes were made by the Art Department and enhanced by CGI to give the appearance of a long spiraling stalk extending to the sky.[23]
  • HIDDEN DETAILS: A sailing ship is pictured on the American map that Neal shows to Emma,[9] a reference to Captain Hook.
  • OBSERVATIONS: To keep track of time, Mulan uses a shadow stick, a simple sundial in the form of a vertical, straight, object that casts a shadow. The shadow cast from a shadow stick may be used to observe the apparent motions of the Sun throughout the day. Shadow sticks have been used for thousands of years; however, they are not as accurate as a regular sundial.[24]
  • HIDDEN DETAILS: One of the enormous shields left in the courtyard (the one that Hook bangs on with a bone to lure out the giant), where the "final battle" took place, has a ship rudder embossed on it.[25]


Date of birth: March 23, 1977
Place of birth: New Jersey
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 170 pounds
NCIC: W238392092039
Occupation: Janitor
Scars and Marks: Neal Cassidy has a scar on his left arm from a knife wound
Remarks: Neal Cassidy may be in possession of stolen firearms

Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Sex: Male
Race: Caucasian
Nationality: American

  • The date listed in the corner says November; the day is unclear on-screen, but according to a prop listed on eBay in July 2019, it says November 15.[27]

Set Dressing

  • HIDDEN DETAILS: One of the keychains has the name "Henry" on it.[29]
  • HIDDEN DETAILS: There is a heart-shaped pirate keychain next to the swan keychain that Neal steals for Emma.[33]

Costume Notes

  • BRAND INFO: When young Emma is arrested, she is wearing[51] a Jack by BB Dakota Hanging Tuft Jacket[52] (no longer available).

Filming Locations


  • Emma's flower wrist tattoo[66] is missing when she's climbing the beanstalk.[67]
  • After Emma traps the giant in a cage, his sleeve is sticking out from under it.[68] In the close-up, the sleeve is tucked in.[69]

International Titles



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 LISTINGS: ONCE UPON A TIME. The Futon Critic. “Air Date: Sunday, November 04, 2012. Time Slot: 8:00 PM-9:00 PM EST on ABC. Episode Title: (#206) "Tallahassee"”
  2. TV Ratings Broadcast Top 25: Sunday Night Football Again Tops Week 6 Viewing Among Adults 18-49 and is Number 1 With Total Viewers. TV by the Numbers (November 6, 2012). “ONCE UPON A TIME-11/04. ABC. 10151.”
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  4. TwitterLogo.svg @AdamHorowitzLA (Adam Horowitz) on Twitter (September 22, 2012). "Ep. 4 The Crocodile Ep. 5 The Doctor Ep. 6 Tallahassee #titles #OnceUponATime #Saturdaytidbits 8 days to go!" (screenshot)
  5. TwitterLogo.svg @GlindaLoveShoes (Eva 🍰 💫) on Twitter (March 25, 2017). "Colin accidentally hurt someone with the hook while filming the beanstock ep in season 2 but he never hurt himself #ouatvan" (screenshot)
    TwitterLogo.svg @OUAT_JDF (OUATJournal Des Fans) on Twitter (April 23, 2016). "While climbing the beanstalk, Colin hit the stuntwoman playing Emma with his metal hook in the head. #SBUK" (screenshot)
  6. 6.0 6.1 Tumblr.png I NEED YOU — In honor of the Captain Swan wedding tonight I'd like to share a cut scene from Tallahassee!!!! on Tumblr  (2017) (screenshot) (script photo 1, 2, 3 and 4)
    Tumblr.png I NEED YOU — How did you get your hands on the Captain Swan beanstalk deleted scene script? on Tumblr  (2017). "there's a script library in LA that I went to in April and I took photos of that, several Arrow scripts, several the 100 scripts and the original draft of the Han x Leia first kiss" (screenshot)

    The Tumblr poster took photographs of the episode script at the library of the Writers Guild Foundation in Los Angeles, where the script for the episode is indeed available, in digital format (source)
  7. Tumblr.png Prowling the Ocean and Prowling the Shore — Meet and Greet with Colin on Tumblr  (June 23, 2015). "One scene is in Tallahassee at the top of the beanstalk when Emma's cut her hand and he gets the rum and the bandage. And I pour it on and set it aside and then I wrap the bandage around and I only have one hand to do it with. But I didn't tell Jen what I was gonna do. So we do the whole thing with the rum and the scarf and then I lean in and use my teeth to pull it, and Jen is looking at me like "what are you doing?" and you can see that in the scene."
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