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This article focuses on the Season One episode.
For the special, see "The Price of Magic".
For the Season Five episode, see "The Price".
All magic comes with a price.
Rumplestiltskin to Cinderella

"The Price of Gold" is the fourth episode of Season One of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by David H. Goodman and directed by David Solomon. It is the fourth episode of the series overall, and premiered on November 13, 2011.

Synopsis

Emma Swan tries to help a young pregnant woman escape from the clutches of Mr. Gold. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world that was, Cinderella makes a regrettable deal with Rumplestiltskin.[1]

Recap

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

Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters are going to a ball. The Fairy Godmother appears to Cinderella and tells her that although her stepmother has said she cannot go, she is going to go anyway. However, immediately after this, the Fairy Godmother explodes in an horrendous, yet amazing display of fire.

She is swiftly incinerated, and Rumplestiltskin appears and grabs her magic wand. Cinderella shouts in despair, saying he has just killed her Fairy Godmother, and that the wand is pure magic. He replies that the wand is pure evil and that he has just saved her. Cinderella asks if he knows how to use the wand.

He tells her all magic comes with a price. She tells Rumplestiltskin that she will do anything to have her life change for the better. He tells her that if she can shoulder the consequences he will give her what she wants, in exchange for a favor. Cinderella tells him that she will give him anything if he can get her out of her present life of misery. He agrees to do this, for a price: she must give him something of hers, something to be decided upon by him at a later date, and taken by him sometime in the future. He makes her sign a contact agreeing to his terms. After this, he waves the wand, and she has a beautiful ball gown and glass slippers. He wishes that she has a good time, but tells her to watch the clock.

Back in Storybrooke, Henry and Emma are walking down the streets of Storybrooke. Emma drops Henry off at his school bus, and Sheriff Graham shows up, siren blaring. He thanks Emma for helping to find David Nolan and offers her a job as a deputy. He asks her to think about it.

Emma heads to the diner for hot chocolate and meets with Regina who wants to know how her walk with Henry went. Regina tells Emma that her presence in town no longer worries her, because Emma has a history of not staying anywhere for very long. Regina knows that Emma is living with Mary Margaret, but believes that Emma will not change her transient life.

After Regina leaves, Emma drops the hot chocolate all over herself. She heads to the laundry room in the restaurant to wash her clothes. She meets a pregnant girl named Ashley Boyd who tells her that her baby could come any day. She tells Emma that no one thinks she can take care of the baby, because she is only 19. Emma tells her the choice is hers, because only can she decide what she wants.

Mr. Gold is leaving his pawnbroker shop. Once the coast is clear, Ashley puts a brick through the window of his shop. She finds a wall safe, but Mr. Gold walks in, discovers her, and asks her what she is doing. She tells him that she is changing her life, and she then sprays pepper spray into his eyes and takes the key for the safe from his belt.

Regina is telling Henry that she does not enjoy council meetings. Regina tells Henry that under no circumstances can he leave the house. Henry watches her leave and then gets his bag. He is clearly leaving the house.

Mary Margaret and Emma are eating, and Mr. Gold comes to see Emma. He tells Emma that he has a proposition for her, as he is looking for someone. Mary Margaret leaves them alone, and Mr. Gold gives Emma a picture of Ashley. Emma asks why he does not go to the police, and he says he does not want to ruin her life. He just wants something back she has of his. Mr. Gold begs her to help him, because he does not want to see Ashley's baby born in jail.

Henry bursts in the door and sees Mr. Gold. Mr. Gold wishes Emma good luck as he leaves. Henry asks Emma if she knows who that was, since he has had a hard time trying to figure out who Mr. Gold's fairytale counterpart is.

Emma tells Henry that Ashley is pregnant and desperate, and she has to find her. Henry wants to help her look, because he wants to spend time with Emma.

Cinderella and Prince Thomas are watching the fireworks held to celebrate their wedding. Snow White and Prince Charming are at the wedding, and Snow White compliments Cinderella, because she is an inspiration that anyone can change their life.

Rumplestiltskin shows up and tells Cinderella that he is proud of her as well. He asks if she has gotten everything that she desired, and Cinderella immediately asks what his price is. He tells her it is something she does not possess yet, but it is something that is coming, her first born.

Cinderella is in her room packing a bag, when Thomas, comes in and asks her where she is going. Cinderella tells him she is pregnant, and he wonders why this has upset her. Cinderella tells him of the deal she made with Rumplestiltskin, that she would give him her first born child. She tells her husband that she is going to lose everything, as Rumplestiltskin is too powerful. Thomas tells her that they will make another deal.

Emma is questioning Ruby about Ashley. Ruby tells Emma that she has a step-mother and two step-sisters; all of which she does not talk to. She tells Emma that Ashley is really trying to put her life back together. Emma heads over to Sean Herman, Ashley's ex, who is Thomas's real world counterpart. Sean's father comes out and tells Emma that he is not going to let his son ruin his life, and that he made a deal with Ashley that she would give up her child. He tells Emma that he found someone who will pay her very well for the baby. Emma realizes it is Mr. Gold who has bought the baby.

Henry is telling Emma that she cannot make Ashley break a deal with Mr. Gold. Emma and Henry head to the restaurant to see Ruby, and Emma is upset, because Ruby did not tell her that Ashley sold the baby. Emma realizes that Ruby gave Ashley her car. Emma asks Ruby to tell her where Ashley is so that she does not have to deal with Mr. Gold alone. Ruby tells her that Ashley left half an hour ago for Boston, because she believe that she can disappear there.

In the Enchanted Forest, Cinderella, Thomas, Charming, and the dwarves are in a cave where they have set up a prison in which they are planning to trap Rumplestiltskin. They have sent a message to Rumplestiltskin telling him that the doctor has heard two heartbeats, thus they have to make a new deal. They show her a red feather quill which has a spell put on it so that anyone who signs with it will be immobilized and temporarily powerless.

Emma and Henry are driving, when they see Ruby's car crashed and deserted at the town line. They hear screaming and find Ashley on the grassy side of the road having contractions.

Emma and Henry help Ashley into the car and drive back to the hospital. Ashley is distressed and frightened that Mr. Gold is going to take her child. Emma tells her that if she wants her baby she must grow up.

Back to the Enchanted Forest, Cinderella is meeting Rumplestiltskin and tells him she wants to alter the bargain. He tells her that is not what he does, she lies and tells him she's having twins. He asks her if she wants to give up both. She tells him that her husband is having problems, as the lands are poor and they cannot feed their people. She tells him that she can have more children, but she cannot make their lands fertile. She tells Rumplestiltskin that, if he signs on the dotted line and makes their lands fertile, he can have both children.

Rumplestiltskin reminds her that: the only way to stop him is with magic, all magic comes with a price, and if she imprisons him she will be even more in dept to him. He takes the quill and signs the contract, and he is frozen. He tells her that no one breaks deals with him and assures her that, no matter where she goes, he will have her baby one day.

In the current time, Henry tells Emma that she is different, because she is the only one that can leave Storybrooke. Henry tells her that she is the savior, and she can do anything she wants. The nurse comes to tell Emma that the baby is born, and the new baby girl and mother are doing fine. Mr. Gold shows up and thanks Emma for finding his baby.

Cinderella tells Thomas she is so happy, because she thought she would have to go back to her old life. Thomas tells Cinderella that as long as he is alive nothing will happen to her. Cinderella starts to feel sick and Thomas runs to get water for her from the well. She calls Thomas to come back since she feels fine now, but when he does not respond she goes to the well and finds nothing but his cape. Cinderella confronts Rumplestiltskin, and demands to know where her husband has disappeared to. Rumplestiltskin reminds her that all magic comes with a price. He tells her she will not find her husband, until the price is paid from the original deal they made.

Mr. Gold is speaking to Emma, and she wants to know why he called a baby his merchandise. He tells her that if anyone could understand why someone would give up a baby she should. Emma tells him that he is not getting the baby, and he tells her that if the deal is not met, he will simply call the police, and the baby will end up in the system.

Emma tells Mr. Gold that she is willing to go to court and testify against him, and that she doubts that the contract will hold up in court. Mr. Gold realizes that he cannot bluff Emma. Emma asks him to tear the contract up. He tells her it is not what he does. Mr. Gold then offers a proposition; if he lets Ashley have the baby, would Emma be willing to give him a favor, in the future. Emma agrees. Mr. Gold is the only one beside Henry who seems to understand that Emma is very special, because she is the daughter of Snow White.

Emma goes to visit Ashley who tells her that the baby's name is Alexandra. Emma tells her that she has taken care of Mr. Gold, as she has made a deal with him.

Emma realizes that it is almost 5 PM, and she has to take Henry home, because his mother will be expecting him. Emma tells Henry that she has decided that her code name is Pumpkin in honor of Cinderella. Henry tells her that he has a better one, but is not sure she is ready to hear it yet.

She lets Henry off and he runs up the stairs, just as his mom gets home. Regina storms up the stairs and tells him not to leave his shoes lying on the stairs, as someone could get hurt.

Sean shows up at the hospital to see Ashley and the baby and tells her he is back. He brought a present for the baby, a pair of slippers and Ashley tells him "they're perfect".

Emma calls Graham and asks whether the deputy job is still open. She wonders if Regina is going to be happy about this, but Graham is not concerned. Meanwhile, Regina is seen dressing and leaving someone's house, which is alluded to be Graham's house. She speaks to him as he is in the shower, revealing he and Regina are having an affair.


Cast[1]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring

Uncredited


Trivia

Title

Production Notes

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

Disney

Fairytales and Folklore

  • This episode is a rendition of Charles Perrault's version of the "Cinderella" fairytale, focusing on Cinderella's journey from rags to royalty with the help of a fairy godmother. (In the Grimm version of the fairytale, Cinderella is brought a beautiful dress and golden slippers from some birds when she prays under a hazel tree. The fairy godmother and the glass slippers are from the original version by Charles Perrault.)
  • It is also a rendition of the "Rumpelstiltskin" fairytale, deriving from Rumplestiltskin's desire to acquire a child as part of a specific deal.
  • This episode features the ugly duckling from the fairytale of the same name, and Snow White, Prince Charming and one of the dwarves from the "Snow White" fairytale.
  • Ashley works as a maid at Granny's inn, a reference to the "Cinderella" fairy tale, where Cinderella is forced to work as a maid for her stepfamily.
  • Ruby has a red wolf charm hanging from the mirror in her car,[21] a reference to the bad wolf from the fairy tale of "Little Red Riding Hood".[22]
  • Henry drops behind a shoe when hurrying up the staircase much like how Cinderella did the same going down the stairs when leaving the ball.
  • Emma suggests "pumpkin" as her code name for Henry's Operation Cobra, a reference to the Charles Perrault version of the "Cinderella" fairytale, where the fairy godmother transforms a pumpkin into a golden carriage.

Lost

Popular Culture

Props Notes

  • The front page of the newspaper that Emma is reading in the diner shows a photograph of David Nolan in hospital. The main headline (seen upside-down) says "Coma patient wakes up". Another headline says "The 13th zodiac sign?".[24]
    • A newspaper prop auctioned off online in October 2019, reveals the front in its entirety. The cover story reads:[25]


COMA PATIENT WAKES UP


[image]
The mysterious "John Doe" awoke, suddenly, from a long term catatonic state only to disappear
without trace, leaving Hospital and law enforcement officials baffled as to his whereabouts.

Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff

STORYBROOKE, MAINE – An uniden-
tified man in his early 30's – known only
by the moniker John Doe, astounded the
staff of Storybrooke General's Intensive
Care Department, yesterday, when he
awoke from a long term catatonic state.
"It was like some kind of wonderful pres-
ence enterd the room and managed to
rouse him", said hospital volunteer and
local schoolteacher, Mary Margaret
Blanchard
, who was at Doe's bedside
when he became fully conscious. "I was
reading to him as a therapeutic initiative
when I sensed a stirring, a gentle move-
ment."
Soon after this miraculous awakening
John Doe had managed to disappear
without trace, evading hospital security
and leaving everyone baffled as to his
whereabouts.
Shortly thereafter, the Sheriff's depart-
ment
was alerted and hunt for his
elusive character was initiated.

Please see > Coma Patient, A10


ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Culprits steal plaques, vandalize
Fort Petrie museum
Storybrooke Cannery
Museum Vandalized
Sharon Montgomery
Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff
VICTORIA MINES — Thieves continue to
show how low they will go.
Jolene MacKenzie, site supervisor at Fort Petrie
Military Museum, said the historical site
has been hit by vandals and thieves. "It is
discouraging, but also heartbreaking,” she said.
/
"You work so hard to keep something in your
community and this is what happens."MacKenzie
said the site is set to open in about a week.
"We have been working for a few weeks now
getting everything ready."
/
Thursday, two
heritage plaques were stolen from the battery
observation post. "I would say they used tools,
the plaques are huge, they were installed
right into the concrete of the building,"
she said.
STORYBROOKE, MAINE -- Thursday, a
heritage plaque was stolen from the old
cannery site. "I would say they used tools,
the plaque is huge, they were installed
right into the concrete of the building,"
museum curator Kristin Agi said.
The provincial plaque is solid
bronze inscribed with provincial heritage property
and includes
a Nova Scotia emblem. It is 12×18 inches
and weighs about 50 pounds. A smaller
olive and green aluminium municipality heritage
plaque, presented to the museum by the
Cape Breton Regional Municipality, was also
stolen.
The historical society plaque is solid
bronze inscribed with heritage property
and includes a Storybrooke apple tree
and bee hive emblem. It is 12×18 inches
and weighs about 50 pounds. A smaller
olive and green aluminium patronage
plaque, presented to the museum by the
Storybrook [sic] mayor's office, was also
stolen.
MacKenzie said the provincial plaque is valued at
$1,000, the municipal plaque at $300.
She believes they were stolen to sell for
the metal. Two weeks ago culprits broke
into the two-storey underground section
of the museum, which features ammunition storage
rooms and gun shops.
Agi said the heritage plaque is valued at
$1,000, the municipal plaque at $300.
She believes they were stolen to sell for
the metal. Two weeks ago culprits broke
into the two-storey underground section
of the museum, which features storage
rooms and staff offices.
"You work so hard to keep something
in your community and this is what
happens." – Jolene MacKenzie. "We don't
know how they did it as even the chain
and lock are gone."
"You work so hard to keep something
in your community and this is what
happens." We are dumbfounded; we don't
know how they did it as even the chain
and lock are gone."
Culprits also broke into the gun watch
and artillery shops on the site, with
prisoner of war displays. “They ripped
all those display boards down on us. "
/
MacKenzie said the Sydney Sydney Harbour Fortifi-
cation Society, which oversees the fort, is a
non-profit society and does not receive
government funding. "Any damage done
comes out of our pocket and
we don’t have the money. "
MacKenzie said the Storybrooke cannery preserva-
tion society, which oversees the site, is a
non-profit society and does not receive
government funding. "Any damage done
comes out of our pocket and right
now we don't have the money."
A spokesperson for the Cape Breton
Regional Police said the incidents at Fort
Petrie are under investigation and extra
patrols are being carried out in this area.
District 7 Coun. Jim MacLeod said he is
disappointed to hear of the incidents at the
historical site. "Fort Petrie is a place that
protected us during the Second World War
and should be respected as such."
/
He said it is unfortunate someone would
do this at a historical site which has such
significant meaning,.
/
  • Kristin Agi worked as a production staff member on the episode.
  • The third article reads:[25]


Asbestos uncovered in Storybrooke Priory


Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff

STORYBROOKE, MAINE – The state Department of Public
Health halted renovations, Wednesday, at an abandoned health
clinic at 1051 – 11th Ave, after it found unacceptable levels of
asbestos inside and outside the building, a state official said.
The department began investigating the possibility that asbes-
tos was present in the building, after the project contractor,
Michael Wong, noticed the floor tiles during a routine inspection.
In this case, state officials took eleven samples from the parking
lot, a dumpster, floor tiles and construction material being
demolished by workers. The test results uncovered the presence
of asbestos in all six [sic] samples – ranging from 2 to 10 percent,
more than the state and federal standards allow.
A special investigative team set up by Wong and the Depart-
ment of Public Health, is to be assembled in order to plan the
removal of the carcinogen, so that the beleaguered renovations
could continue.


  • Storybrooke Priory is also mentioned in a headline at the bottom of the front page that Elsa reads in the Season Four prremiere "A Tale of Two Sisters", stating that Storybrooke Priory's 'laughing' gargoyle has been vandalized.[27] In addition, one of the classified ads in the Season Five episode "Birth" is about a house near Storybrooke Priory.[28]
  • Michael Wong worked as an art director on this episode. He is also mentioned as the journalist of the cover story of the newspaper in "The Thing You Love Most".[29]
  • The final front page article is called "Health Authority Issues Warning Against Eating Lobster Tomalley"[25] and is adapted from an article published by Seacostonline.com, the website of The Portsmouth Herald (a newspaper published in Portsmouth, New Hampshire), in July 2018[30] (note that a couple of lines of the transcript have been shrunken down to fit within the table):
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Eating lobster tomalley
dangerous say
NH health officials
Health Authority
Issues Warning
Against Eating
Lobster Tomalley
[image]
Neil Westlake
Storybrooke fishermen head into uncertain winds as local
health officials issue an egregious warning about possible red
tide contamination in certain parts of the local lobster catch
/
Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff
/
CONCORD - The New Hampshire
Department of Environmental Services, the
New Hampshire Department of Health and
Human Services, and the New Hampshire
Fish and Game Department
STORYBROOKE, MAINE – The state
Department of Environmental Services is
advising consumers not to eat a certain
part of lobsters because of concerns
about red tide.
advise seafood consumers to not eat lobster
tomalley, which may contain unsafe levels of
"red tide," or Paralytic Shellfish Poison
toxin. Tomalley is a soft, green substance
found in the body cavity of the lobster. State
The state Department of Environmental
[line obscured by fold]
eat tomalley, the soft, green substance
found in the cavity of the lobster. Health

experts emphasize that it is safe to eat other lobster meat --
from claws, tails, etc.;
this advisory applies only to lobster tomalley.
officials say that other lobster meat --
including meat from claws, tails, legs and
the body – is perfectly safe to eat.
"Consumers may already be aware of the
need to avoid eating 'Red tide' contaminated
seafood because of recent closures to
shellfishing areas," said Chris Nash of the
DES Shellfish Program.
Plumes of red tide algae have forced the
state to close shell fishing beds in some
coastal areas off of Maine. Officials said


Red tide is a naturally occurring marine
algae that carries a potent neurotoxin;
some ocean fish and shellfish such as
clams, oysters and mussels accumulate
the red tide toxin, making them
dangerous for people to eat.
/
Lobsters accumulate the red tide toxin in
their tomalley (which acts like a liver/
pancreas) from their various food sources.
The toxin does not transfer into
the meat of the lobster.
lobsters accumulate the red tide toxin in
their tomalley, which acts like a liver or
pancreas. The toxin does not transfer into
the meat of the lobster.

The tomalley consumption advisory was prompted by the results from
testing conducted on lobsters collected
yesterday from the Isles of
Shoals
. The state of Maine reported elevated
levels of red tide toxin in tomalley from
some locations earlier this week and
issued a tomalley consumption advisory Friday.
The advisory was prompted by after tests
were conducted on lobsters collected
Thursday from the Mulligan Point area of
Storybrooke. Officials reported elevated
levels of red tide toxin in tomalley from
some locations earlier in the week and
also issued an advisory Friday.
Canada has also issued similar advisories.
/
"This serves as a reminder that there are
certain precautions we all need to take
regarding food safety, especially in the summer," said Dr Jose Mon-
tero, director of the Division of Public
Health Services at DHHS.

"This serves as a reminder that there are
certain precautions we all need to take
regarding food safety," said Dr Jose Mon-
tero, director of the Division of Public
Health Services at the Department of
Health and Human Services.
"Part of our mission is to continually
educate consumers on safe food handling
practices and food consumption."
/
New Hampshire tidal waters were closed
to clam, oyster and mussel harvesting in
May of this year due to particularly
high levels of red tide.
New Hampshire tidal waters were closed
to clam, oyster and mussel harvesting in
May of this year due to particularly
high levels of red tide.
The state emphasized that the lobster
tomalley advisory is not a call to suspend
lobster harvesting or eating. Rather, it is
to help consumers protect themselves
from illness while still enjoying a meal of
lobster. "People can continue to enjoy
their lobster meat and simply push the
green portion to the side of their plate,"
Nash said.
/
Symptoms of Paralytic Shell-
fish Poisoning include tingling, burning,
numbness, drowsiness, incoherent speech
and respiratory paralysis. Symptoms
typically occur within two hours of
consumption, and can last a few days in non-lethal cases.
Symptoms of red tide, or paralytic shell-
fish poisoning include tingling, burning,
numbness, drowsiness, incoherent speech
and respiratory paralysis. Symptoms
usually appear within two hours of
consumption and can last a few days.
Severe cases can result in death
by respiratory arrest within 24 hours of consumption, but
severe cases, it can cause death, but

with prompt medical attention,
survivors typically make a full recovery.
patients typically make a full recovery
with prompt medical attention.
/
Please see > Red Tide, A11


  • Neil Westlake worked as graphic designer and production staff member on the show.

Set Dressing

Costume Notes

Goofs

  • When Henry's school bus leaves, a real-life Steveston business known as the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, which doubles as the Storybrooke Cannery in later episodes, can clearly be seen in the background.[71]
  • When Graham offers Emma a new job, the sign on the building behind Emma says Storybrooke Coffee Co.[72] However, when Graham gets out on the police car, you can clearly see a circular sign on the side of the building, which says "Steveston Coffee Co".[73]
  • When Graham offers Emma the job as deputy sheriff, as he says, "Why don't you think about it", in the background, you can see the name "Steveston" on the sign of a business next to Kisamos Greek Taverna.[74]
  • In Mary Margaret's loft, the wall clock reads as 5:50 A.M.,[75] which is impossible considering the bright daylight in the previous scene as well as Regina's mention to Henry that she will be back before noon, which indicates the clock is set at the wrong time.
  • As Emma and Henry cross the street after leaving the apartment, in the background, you can see a real-life Steveston business called Steveston WineMakers.[76]
    • Curiously, the business next to it, which is known as Budget Appliances in real-life,[77] has, unlike its neighbor, been properly renamed for the filming of the show (it is now called Bravura Appliances).[76]
    • However, Bravura Appliances becomes the real Budget Appliances in the Season Four episode "Best Laid Plans"[78] and the Season Five episode "The Price".[79]
  • When Henry lays on his bed, he crosses one leg over the other.[80] In the next shot, his legs are parallel to each other.[81]

Filming Locations

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International Titles


Videos

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