This location is based on the Swan House.
Mr. Gold locates his ex-wife Milah in the Underworld and convinces her to aid him in rescuing her former lover Hook from Hades. Emma joins them for the task and they go to the Underbrooke replica of Emma's Storybrooke house, where they find a basement door that can help them reach Hades' Lair, but it has a protection spell that Hades put there. Mr. Gold extends Milah's aura by having them join hands, which gets them successfully past the spell and into the tunnels of the detention level. After Hook escapes Hades' Lair, Mr. Gold teleports himself, Emma, and Hook back to the building. Hook recuperates at the house, where Emma's family, Regina and Robin Hood find the trio. Hook confronts Mr. Gold for using his sacrifice to regain his Dark One powers, but since Mr. Gold helped rescue him, he decides to call things even for now. Regina attempts a heart split between Emma and Hook, but a barrier prevents her from taking out Emma's heart. ("Devil's Due")
Relocating to her house, Emma heals Hook's wounds with magic, but when she tries to kiss him, he turns away from her. Recalling his time as a Dark One, Hook expresses disgust at himself for being so weak, because he gave into darkness so quickly. Emma reasons that he wasn't in the end, but Hook thinks he simply doesn't measure up. She points out that she wouldn't have come to find him if he hadn't become good, though he is doubtful about whether he deserves saving. They are visited by his brother Liam, and the three of them sit down at the dining table to talk. Hook develops a theory that Hades has rigged everything so people can't move on after Liam admits he doesn't know what his own unfinished business is. Going by Killian's idea about taking down Hades, Liam mentions those who tried to had spoken of a book. Suspecting the storybook can reveal Hades' weakness, they head off to the Underbrooke version of the Blanchard loft to find it. ("The Brothers Jones")
- Underworld duplicates of items from Emma's nursery room in the Enchanted Forest in "Pilot", "Going Home", "The Tower" and "Best Laid Plans", including the baby crib, toys and the unicorn mobile, can be seen in the livingroom. According to the show creators, this was done to show how the past comes back to haunt Emma, and to remind her of the nursery she never got to live in. ("Devil's Due", "The Brothers Jones")
|Once Upon a Time: Season Five|
|"The Dark Swan":||"The Price":||"Siege Perilous":||"The Broken Kingdom":||"Dreamcatcher":||"The Bear and the Bow":||"Nimue":||"Birth":||"The Bear King":||"Broken Heart":||"Swan Song":|
|"Souls of the Departed":||"Labor of Love":||"Devil's Due":||"The Brothers Jones":||"Our Decay":||"Her Handsome Hero":||"Ruby Slippers":||"Sisters":||"Firebird":||"Last Rites":||"Only You":||"An Untold Story":|