"Once Upon a Time" Gems

by dan_dassow | created - 12 Oct 2012 | updated - 21 Oct 2012 | Public

Due to the nature of the IMDb board system, interesting threads eventually disappear. This is an attempt to capture and summarize some of the more thoughtful and interesting posts from the "Once Upon a Time" (2011) board.

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1. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)

TV-PG | 60 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

A young woman with a troubled past is drawn to a small town in Maine where fairy tales are to be believed.

Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle

Votes: 201,589

Magic in this Universe, a theory by andrch02 Thu Oct 11 2012 00:31:22 UPDATED Tue Oct 16 2012 01:59:39

Since we apparently seem to be interacting with different kinds of magic on this show, I pulled together thoughts on what we know about magic in this universe thus far, and what we might know might suggest for future development of this show.

Thus far:

We know that the Blue Fairy, is referred to as "The Original Power" meaning, she's probably as old as the Enchanted Forest and probably was the first one to have magic.

Fairy Magic (sources: Dreamy, Price of Gold, Broken, We are Both, The Return) = Social Security

Oddly enough, the fairies don't seem to have magic innately, but require the use of fairy dust to perform such deeds. The fairy dust is mined by the dwarves who crush up crystals to make the fabled dust. A yearly supply of dust is henceforth commissioned to the fairies, who then use it to make people's wishes come true, bring about happy endings, and apparently keep their world running efficiently and satisfactorily. It's a limited supply and precious commodity born from hard work and selfless labor. This suggests a magic that is earned through hard work and perseverance, with magic essentially a reward for good behavior. Essentially a price that's been paid in advance through good deeds, and the magic of the fairies is a return for good behavior. Fairy dust seems to be a magic that is of assistance to the people of the Enchanted Forest, but is not the end all and be all happy ending itself. But rather a tool to help bring about that happy ending with the hard work on the part of the people of the Enchanted Forest. In a real world comparison, it would be equivalent to the US's Social Security. You pay in with hard work and determination, and will receive in time assistance when you need it later. What you do with the assistance is up to you, but essentially you've already done the hard work if you're being visited by a fairy in this universe. However in order for fairy magic to work, it requires a system to be in place and for that system to not be disturbed by disinters or non-native magic. It might not be the best system out there, but it works for this world, so long as there's no one trying to "buck the system" like Dreamy and Nova tried to. It requires that some people (Dwarves and Fairies) take a personal sacrifice and not pursue their own happiness, so that many more may have their happiness. And with Dreamy he was a special case unknown to the Blue Fairy, due to a small amount of fairy dust being sprinkled on him by accident. The dwarves, as far as we know, are the perfect laborer class as with the exception of Dreamy, they do as they're told and find personal satisfaction in working in the mines and making other people's dreams come true. The same could be said for the fairies, who in order to make other people's dreams come true give up the idea of personal happiness that doesn't conflict with being of service to others (Nova is allowed to have a personal dream of being a Fairy Godmother because it perpetuates the system, but is denied the personal dream of exploring the world with Dreamy, because it deprives the system of its workers). Actually making the Dwarves have the service level jobs (store clerk, security, janitor, etc.) parallels this quite well as in the real world they are the people who do the dirty jobs so that others might be able to live in a well run and efficient world. Furthermore, making the fairies nuns (who are well known to bring comfort and relief to those in need) also bespeaks of the personal sacrifice one must make in order to bring happiness to others as a fairy. Nuns in theory find happiness in helping others at the expense of experiencing personal happiness for themselves. So fairy magic has a cost that the dwarves and the fairies each make on our own behalf, and we ourselves also pay for such magic by choosing ourselves to be good and do good things despite the situations we may find ourselves in.

Dark Fairy Dust (Source: Snow Falls) = Barter System

This magic most likely is the native "dark magic" to the Enchanted Forest. All we are told is that it is acquired from an evil fairy. And this seems to be the perfect kind of counter dark magic to the existing "good magic" of this universe. This magic being natural probably exists to counter balance the fairies' good magic and keep them in check, and the Enchanted Forest in balance. How it is acquired and what it does is gives the person what they want for a trade. There's an upfront cost (probably a very steep one the way Snow was treasuring it) most likely and no repercussions seem to come from using it (unlike Rumpel's magic, which we'll get to in a second). This kind of Dark Magic doesn't seem to corrupt people who use it, but rather does the negative actions which the user desires and it is up to the user to use it in the desire they see fit. More needs to be developed on this topic, and we might find out more about it, if the show explores whom that evil fairy was that gave Snow the dark fairy dust.

The Dark One's Magic (sources: Desperate Souls, The Return) = Credit Card

This magic is quite different from the Fairy Magic and much more threatening. In fact the symbolism behind having to kill the Dark One in order to take on his dark powers, is already intrinsic in that it is an abomination. We also know from The Blue Fairy that it is "not native to this world", meaning that it originated elsewhere and somehow came to the Enchanted Forest (a detail most people seemed to have missed, I noticed), and essentially told us that therefore the original "Dark One" (whether that was Zoso or not is yet to be determined) came to the Enchanted Forest and has since upset the balance in the Enchanted Forest. This kind of magic consumes the soul of the person who wields it, corrupting it until there is little left than a hollow shell of the person who once was, and this magic apparently likes to feed on the desperate and downtrodden--those who'd be reluctant to simply "give it away". It also inherently comes with a heavy price, prior hard work means nothing to this type of magic, you get something for what appears to be "for free", but you end up trading something perhaps more valuable for trying to keep what you've been given and not paying the price later on. If the original Dark One originally came from another world, his magic might have horrible side-effects in The Enchanted Forest (similar to how Superman being on earth caused him to fly because that's how he as an alien reacted to his environment). The Dagger doesn't belong in The Enchanted Forest, and it therefore isn't natural and probably has horrible side-effects to using it (probably came from a horrible world to begin with). As for that book, we know Rumpel has it and it was originally his. Did he find it in another world (as Regina's commentary of "I don't care if it turns me Green" might suggest) and therefore be another example of non-native magic having terrible consequences on an Enchanted Forest person? Probably. A good comparison to something in real life would be a credit card. A credit card gives you the perceived ability to get something for "free" but you have to pay the cost later (and usually at a higher price if you can't scrounge up what you need to pay off the bill immediately).

Cora's Spell Book & other Magical Items associated with Rumpel (Sources: nearly every episode) = Credit Card/Drugs

These objects all come from Rumpel and thus work similarly to the credit card analogy. Now where did Rumpel acquire these objects is interesting. Did he get them from other worlds? Or are they native to the Enchanted Forest. Since they work as magic similar to Rumpel's, if they're native to the Enchanted Forest, then they've become corrupted by Rumpel somewhere along the line, and thus contain non-native magic. However if they come from other worlds, then Rumpel has been collecting non-native magical items and bringing them to this world--probably in an attempt to gather as much magic as he can in order to create the Dark Curse in the first place. Either way, these items seem to work best in an analogy to a drug or narcotic, which gives people that particular high that they want, but at a tremendous cost to themselves, and they usually end up addicted to it, which warps their personality and mind, making them not think straight.

The Genie's Magic (source: The Genie's episode) = The Lottery

Here is another magic brought into the loop, and we blatantly are told by the Genie, that his brand of magic doesn't end well for the wishers. We do know that the Genie is native to this world as he mentions that he lives in another "kingdom" not another world. So his magic is native to this world, and I'd describe it as neutral. This kind of magic is equivalent to someone randomly winning the lottery or such thing. No amount of hard work is required to get it, only luck and chance. It is a magic that gives you what you wish for, but the problem isn't with the magic itself, but the wishes which people wish for. Even King Leopold who tries to give the Genie happiness by freedom has his wish come back to haunt him as his wish essentially led to his own death. Same with the Genie then being entrapped in the mirror. The magic gave him what he wanted, but he didn't know what he wanted entailed. And like the lottery, it has a hidden cost that must be paid later-- with regards to the lottery it's a tax.

The Siren's Magic Waters = Parole

Here we see another example of a "native magic" which can be achieved through overcoming a beast and not falling prey to the weaknesses of humanity. If you come to the Siren's magic waters it's presumed that something somewhere has been messed up, and these magic waters therefore act as a kind of natural "undo button" for mistakes that are made that come from magic. It requires a fortitude and a person of strong character to gather it and survive. It is achievable--but it is not freely given. It is only given to those who have the ability to overcome their weaknesses and stay strong in the face of temptation. The cost and hard work here is paid through good character and strong willpower.

Addendum to the Siren's Magic, from the episode: Lady of the Lake

The magic of Lake Nostos apparently is supplied and only exists with the Siren left alive (suggesting that the magic comes from the Siren herself). So essentially another way Charming could've "won" is if he'd gotten the water and left without calling out for the Siren in the first place (one of his more idiotic moments).

True Love's Kiss = An Ideal Situation That Not Everyone is Able to Achieve

True Love's Kiss is a type of magic that we're led to believe is the end-all & be-all of cures to curses--but in some cases (Abigail in What Happened to Frederick; Regina in The Stable Boy) doesn't seem to work at all. And in other episodes some characters don't think to use it to solve their problems--Snow, or seems unable to solve those problems despite trying--George (Lady of the Lake). The mechanics of this seems to suggest that True Love is a rare and glimmering magic (as Rumpel has stated), and that the people of this land convince themselves that EVERYONE is capable of finding a "True Love" but apparently some people are convincing themselves that they've found True Love, when they actually haven't, apparently. Which I've suggested earlier that "True Love" is the high standard to which most characters attempt to live to, but fail to find/achieve. In real life a good analogue to this would be any kind of ideal that people have and hold, but which truly is only achieved by a very small number of people.

Magical Items

There seems to be a developing trend that certain magical items/potions/etc. don't have a cost that comes with them beyond the price to create them. These items seem to be this world's equivalent of science, technology & industry.

Barren Potion "Curse" (King George's back story)

The word curse is thrown around loosely here as this is a potion that's been concocted and not so much a magic spell cast upon a character. This potion is supposed to make the one who drinks it, barren and unable to have children, it seems to only have the cost of its ingredients. Potions is another area of magic I hope is explored more in up coming episodes.

Gypsy Magic (Ruth's Necklace)

Ruth's charmed necklace, that has no cost to using it. We're told that it's been enchanted by a Gypsy, and the only cost to using its magic would've been the price to purchase such a gift. Gypsy magic hasn't been introduced before now, and I hope in the future it's established what Gypsy magic is like and what it all entails.

What seems to be clear here, is that with the exception of magic begotten by fairy dust (i.e. Magic that originates in this world is produced from hard labor and the existing social system of this world) as well as the Genie's and the Siren's--all (except the Genie) of whom require good moral character and hard work prior to the reward that is granted from magic. The other forms of magic in this world seem corrupting, and I would theorize come from other worlds and have adverse side effects to their usage. Hence them corrupting the people of the Enchanted Forest and turning essentially into addicts, hooked on a power that is foreign to them and hence doesn't mix well when stirred.

Just some muses.

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by andrch02 7 hours ago (Mon Oct 15 2012 21:40:02)

Haha! My theory of the differences between magic grows.

Addendum to the Siren's Magic, from the new episode: Lady of the Lake

The magic of Lake Nostos apparently is supplied and only exists with the Siren left alive (suggesting that the magic comes from the Siren herself). So essentially another way Charming could've "won" is if he'd gotten the water and left without calling out for the Siren in the first place (one of his more idiotic moments).

Fairy Dust comes without a price (an apparent price as I mentioned before, but this is referenced in an interview with Barbara Hershey (Cora), that Rumpel's magic is different.

Interview with Barbara

= = =

by andrch02 3 hours ago (Tue Oct 16 2012 01:48:00)

How could I forget to list this?

True Love's Kiss = An Ideal Situation That Not Everyone is Able to Achieve

True Love's Kiss is a type of magic that we're led to believe is the end-all & be-all of cures to curses--but in some cases (Abigail in What Happened to Frederick; Regina in The Stable Boy) doesn't seem to work at all. And in other episodes some characters don't think to use it to solve their problems--Snow, or seems unable to solve those problems despite trying--George (Lady of the Lake). The mechanics of this seems to suggest that True Love is a rare and glimmering magic (as Rumpel has stated), and that the people of this land convince themselves that EVERYONE is capable of finding a "True Love" but apparently some people are convincing themselves that they've found True Love, when they actually haven't, apparently. Which I've suggested earlier that "True Love" is the high standard to which most characters attempt to live to, but fail to find/achieve. In real life a good analogue to this would be any kind of ideal that people have and hold, but which truly is only achieved by a very small number of people.

2. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Broken (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

After Emma breaks the curse and everyone regains their memories, Gold brings magic to Storybrooke, and a new danger lurks in the Enchanted Forest.

Director: Ralph Hemecker | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,144

[link=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1843230/board/nest/204090128 ]Dragon Con Panel - Lee, Tony, Raphael, and Jane[/link] by marysocontrary

Day One: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Day Two: [link=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeLJvnHJT4w ]Part 1[/link] Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7

3. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Pilot (2011)

TV-PG | 42 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma Swan is taken to a strange town by her son Henry, who she gave up for adoption years ago, and tells her of a curse cast by the Evil Queen.

Director: Mark Mylod | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 3,331

Ginnifer at the Young Hollywood Awards by marysocontrary (Thu Jun 14 2012 22:43:10)

Accepting her award for Style Icon.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/cug3enc[/link]

[link]http://tinyurl.com/6m7s5es[/link]

[link]http://tinyurl.com/83j3bhh[/link]

Backstage with Whitney Cummings who presented the award.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/7uy4j5c[/link]

Red carpet - a couple are with Josh.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/7wkzxan[/link]

And one her sister posted on Twitter from the audience, though it's kind of dark.

[link]https://twitter.com/AlohaMinty/status/213473695589613569/photo/1[/link]

4. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Thing You Love Most (2011)

TV-PG | 41 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Regina tries to push Emma out of Storybrooke and Henry's life, as flashbacks detail information about the Evil Queen's curse.

Director: Greg Beeman | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,436

5. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Snow Falls (2011)

TV-PG | 42 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

At Henry's urging, Emma convinces Mary Margaret to pay a visit to a comatose man in the hospital and read to him from the storybook, as flashbacks show how Snow White and Prince Charming first met.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,326

6. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Price of Gold (2011)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma tries to help a young pregnant woman escape from the clutches of Mr. Gold, as flashbacks show when Cinderella made a regrettable deal with Rumplestiltskin.

Director: David Solomon | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,165

7. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Hat Trick (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

During her search for Mary Margaret, Emma finds herself trapped in the home of a strange man, as flashbacks show the Mad Hatter helping the Evil Queen in exchange for his daughter's safety.

Director: Ralph Hemecker | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,994

The Queen of Hearts' face revealed... by robertadler on Sat Jun 16 2012 09:59:16

[link]http://www.imdb.com/media/rm243644160/nm3230725[/link]

Behind The Scenes Picture.

8. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: That Still Small Voice (2011)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

As Graham makes Emma a deputy, a mysterious sinkhole appears at the edge of town and Henry's life is placed in danger, while flashbacks show Jiminy Cricket's yearning to leave the family business.

Director: Paul A. Edwards | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,024

mary margarets sweater by bolvig (Sun Jun 17 2012 12:11:12)

does anyone know where i can find this sweater picture is 4th from bottom

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You might want to check this web page.

Clothing worn and inspired by Ginnifer Goodwin in 'Once Upon a Time'

9. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Shepherd (2011)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

David is caught between his feelings for Mary Margaret and his marriage to Kathryn, as flashbacks detail information about Charming's life.

Director: Victor Nelli Jr. | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,933

'Lost' references?

by Iheartremote (Mon Jun 11 2012 23:31:30) Spoilers.....The two main producers of OUAT are the same producers of Lost. As well, FYI

by whiteowl82 (Tue Jun 12 2012 03:17:44) Here's a list of Lost references in OUAT.

10. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (2011)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Graham starts to remember details about his life before Storybrooke, while flashbacks show when the Evil Queen sent an assassin to kill Snow White.

Director: David Barrett | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,255

11. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Desperate Souls (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Gold and Regina play dirty politics and take opposite sides when Emma runs against Sidney for Sheriff, as flashbacks show Rumplestiltskin desperately try to find a way to save his son from being enlisted into war.

Director: Michael Waxman | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,987

Charmings sword? by marysocontrary (Sat Jun 16 2012 22:43:30)

You can buy one from By The Sword, but it's $295.

There is a similar one for $136.80.

12. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: True North (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma tries to save two children from foster care by trying to find their birth father, as flashbacks show the Evil Queen coercing Hansel and Gretel into stealing an important artifact from a blind witch.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,903

Jennifer Morrison on Season 2 by marysocontrary (Mon Jun 18 2012 09:43:39)

Once Upon a Time Fans posted this to Facebook. Haven't been able to find it on either Entertainment Weekly's or TVLine's websites.

Following 22 episodes that featured a major focus on Emma and Henry, Jennifer Morrison tells E.W that Season 2 will "explore the idea of allowing romantic love" to blossom in the character's life. With whom? Well...

“The Huntsman was in the season finale so they’ve established in fairytale land you can still flashback to him existing there, even though he’s not alive in reality,” Morrison says. “I don’t know what this means now that we’re bringing magic...

"We don’t know what that means for Pinocchio. Is he still going to be wood or is he going to come back to life? We don’t know if that means the Huntsman can be brought back to life. We don’t know what the rules are going to be now because everything has changed.”

From TV Line

13. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: 7:15 A.M. (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Mary Margaret and David struggle with their feelings for each other, while Emma and Regina become suspicious of a mysterious arrival in Storybrooke.

Director: Ralph Hemecker | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,892

Josh Dallas on Season 2 by marysocontrary (Thu Jun 21 2012 11:42:44)

The Charming reunion in particular.

Once Upon a Time | Already TVLine has brought you Ginnifer Goodwin’s take on Season 2 and her own anticipation of the Charmings’ reunion, now that Mary Margaret and David know their true identities and connection to Storybrooke sheriff Emma. Now, we’ve got Josh Dallas’ own prediction for the family get-together. “Bliss,” he states. “That’s what I hope it feels like.” But, as Goodwin also expressed, Dallas would not be surprised if Emma has some abandonment issues to work through, even given the far-out fairytale circumstances. “For 28 years, she’s been carrying around a lot of stuff. She’s felt lost the whole time. Her identity hasn’t been clear to her,” he notes. “So this is all going to come rushing back at her. She’s going to have a lot to deal with.”

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14. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Fruit of the Poisonous Tree (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

A dejected Sidney asks Emma for help uncovering evidence that could expose Regina's corruption, while Mary Margaret and David start seeing each other in secret.

Director: Bryan Spicer | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,796

What Comes Next After That Shocking Finale? The Evil Queen Speaks! by marysocontrary (Thu Jun 21 2012 22:19:01)

E! talked with Lana at the Monte Carlo TV Festival last week about the finale and some things she would like to see happen next season.

Link1 Link2

15. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Skin Deep (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma suspects Gold is planning vigilante justice when his house is robbed, as flashbacks show when Belle made a deal with Rumplestiltskin.

Director: Milan Cheylov | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,367

Deconstructing Once Upon a Time by marysocontrary (Tue Jun 26 2012 15:32:59)

Certainly a runaway hit for ABC, Once Upon A Time ended its debut season with a mind-bending cliff-hanger, true to the form of the Lost series producers, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. The popularity of Once makes me curious about two things: the design of the plot over the past season; and from the finale, where season two will take viewers.

Spoilers in this for the first season.

16. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: What Happened to Frederick (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

David finally agrees to tell Kathryn about his relationship with Mary Margaret, as flashbacks show Charming helping Princess Abigail with a dangerous mission.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,746

Interview with Dylan Schmid (Baelfire) by marysocontrary (Sat Jun 30 2012 10:28:39)

Once Upon a Time Fans has a brief interview with Dylan Schmid (Baelfire).

[link]http://tinyurl.com/6slusfu[/link]

17. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Red-Handed (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

David faces questions about Kathryn's disappearance and Emma gives Ruby a job as her assistant, as flashbacks show Red Riding Hood attempt to kill a wolf preying on her village.

Director: Ron Underwood | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,904

Ruby's Wolf Ring by marysocontrary (Wed Jul 4 2012 18:22:10)

I had missed this before when watching Red Handed, but Ruby wears a wolf's head ring on her right hand. You can see it when Emma calls her at the sheriff's office.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/7aa3jmn[/link]

18. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Dreamy (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma investigates Kathryn's sudden disappearance and Mary Margaret and Leroy help the Nuns sell candles at the Miner's Day festival, as flashbacks show when Grumpy fell in love with a fairy.

Director: David Solomon | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,804

Hollywood Report Visit Nerdiest Production Offices - Kitsis and Horowitz by marysocontrary (Thu Jul 12 2012 09:01:46)

Once Upon a Fan posted the part where they visited Eddy and Adam's offices, with a link to the rest.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/7oczqcu[/link]

19. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Heart of Darkness (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Mary Margaret hires Gold as her attorney when she is arrested for the suspected murder of Kathryn, while flashbacks show Charming try to find Snow, whose memory is clouded by Rumplestiltskin's potion.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,697

Fairy Tale Scenes in Chronological Order Videos COMPLETE by Thoraxe-the-Impaler (Mon Jul 9 2012 22:51:54)

YouTube Video Link

There were six hours of footage and after the first one I wasn't allowed to upload for more than 15 minutes. So there are 26 parts.

Most of them are pretty accurate I think but I had to guess on a few such as "Hat Trick" and "Price of Gold." and sticking "Thing you love Most" among some of the other scenes were a bit trickier than I thought it would be. Although I admit that intertwining "True NOrth" and "7:15 am" was fun since I think they happened on the same night.

Anyway, this is my guess on how they all line up. If there's a problem then let me know and I"ll try to fix it. I think the beginning of "Dreamy" freezes up for a second but other than that I don't think there's anything wrong with them.

But I digress, if you guys think they're ordered differently then you guys can download them and rearrange them. You can watch them on HD.

Please leave feedback.

Once Upon A Time Abridged

20. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Stable Boy (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma continues to search for evidence that will prove Mary Margaret's innocence, as flashbacks reveal the reason behind the Evil Queen's hatred for Snow White.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,856

Once Upon a Time - Evil Queen's Carriage Pedicabs by marysocontrary (Thu Jul 12 2012 15:28:32)

If you're going to Comic Con, look for the Once Upon a Time pedicabs that look like the Evil Queen's carriage.

21. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Return (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Regina's plan for Mary Margaret is thwarted following Kathryn's sudden re-appearance and Gold becomes wary of August, as flashbacks show what happened to Baelfire after Rumplestiltskin became the Dark One.

Director: Paul A. Edwards | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,699

Charming Family at Comic Con by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 09:36:08)

And on TV Guide's yacht - [link]http://tinyurl.com/6subpbz[/link]

22. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Stranger (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

August's real identity is revealed as his condition worsens. Regina tries to seduce David to spite Mary Margaret.

Director: Gwyneth Horder-Payton | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,677

Once Cast Pic by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 09:43:07)

Must suck to be Josh today - NOT!

[link]http://tinyurl.com/7l52euz[/link]

23. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: An Apple Red as Blood (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Regina works with Jefferson on a plan to get rid of Emma, as flashbacks show Snow attempt to reunite with Charming after he is kidnapped by the Evil Queen.

Director: Milan Cheylov | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,739

Evil Queen at Comic Con

Lana takes a ride in one of the Once pedicabs.

[link]http://instagram.com/p/NEXUT2FWa5/[/link]

24. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: A Land Without Magic (2012)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma and Regina are forced to work together in order to save Henry's life, while flashbacks show Charming's mission to save Snow's life after escaping from the Evil Queen.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,328

Once Cast Fairy Tale Faves Growing Up by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 11:39:56)

Jennifer - Alice in Wonderland Josh - Pinocchio Ginnifer - Snow White Meghan - Little Mermaid and Peter Pan - wanted to be underwater or fly. Lana - Hansel and Gretel, since she didn't get to eat candy.

Edit - Emilie - Pippi Longstockings.

Eddy or Adam said they'd only be interested in Pippi if she could shoot lasers from her eyes.

25. Once Upon a Time: Magic Is Coming (2012 TV Special)

TV-PG | 43 min | Drama

Recaps the first season so far prior to the season 2 premiere.

Director: Ralph Hemecker | Stars: Giancarlo Esposito, Patti Allan, Tony Amendola, Lee Arenberg

Votes: 187

Odds and Ends Tweets from Panel by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 11:31:52)

Dr Whale's identity will be revealed.

May be a musical episode.

Jennifer and Lana did their own stunts in the fight between Emma and Regina.

Meghan votes for Red to snack on Dr Whale if she goes back to being a wolf.

Emilie loved her costume and enjoys working with Robert.

Edit:

Lana says that kids and even some adults run from her.

26. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Broken (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

After Emma breaks the curse and everyone regains their memories, Gold brings magic to Storybrooke, and a new danger lurks in the Enchanted Forest.

Director: Ralph Hemecker | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,144

On Emma and Henry by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 11:18:48)

We may see Emma's foster family and 1m Once Upon A Time Once Upon A Time@OnceABC

"We can definitively say in Season 2 that we will be finding out the identity of Henry's father." - Eddy Kitsis #OnceUponATime #SDCC Expand

27. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: We Are Both (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

As David tries to restore order in Storybrooke, Regina continues to seek a way to regain her powers, and the Dwarves make a discovery when they investigate the town line.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,580

Ginny and Jen by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:01:42)

Ginny posted the pic and said "Me and my little girl on the way to autograph signing."

[link]http://t.co/YgvtNMGB[/link]

28. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Lady of the Lake (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Mary Margaret, Emma, Mulan and Aurora head for Snow White's castle to find a portal to Storybrooke, as flashbacks show King George curse Snow, preventing her from being able to conceive a child.

Director: Milan Cheylov | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,568

Another shot of Lana in Once pedicab by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 11:58:02)

Being the Evil Queen.

29. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Crocodile (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Belle threatens to leave Gold if he doesn't change his ways and the Dwarves try to find fairy dust, as flashbacks show Rumplestiltskin's wife join a band of pirates.

Director: David Solomon | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,703

Once Cast Backstage by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:29:27)

As the the Second Season Preview video is shown.

[link]http://tinyurl.com/75y5zef[/link]

30. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Doctor (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Mary Margaret, Emma, Mulan and Aurora return to their camp only to find everyone dead. Back in Storybrooke, Regina begins to see a ghost from her past, as flashbacks show her training with Rumplestiltskin.

Director: Paul A. Edwards | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,550

Lots of Comic Con Photos by msdakotafanning2 (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:36:14)

Here you can find lots of comic con photos in the fotos tab. The post will be updated many times so keep refreshing.

31. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Tallahassee (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

As Emma and Hook climb a beanstalk in search of a magic compass, flashbacks show Emma's past and how she met Henry's father.

Director: David Barrett | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,644

Jennifer and Lana by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:11:32)

Well this will probably inspire some more Swan Queen fan fic.

32. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Child of the Moon (2012)

TV-PG | 44 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

When a murder occurs in Storybrooke on a full moon, Spencer tries to bring the town against David by implicating Ruby, as flashbacks show Red Riding Hood find a pack of wolves who adopt her into their family.

Director: Anthony Hemingway | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 1,453

Josh and Ginny at Autograph Session by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:47:18)

[link]http://instagram.com/p/NEsLYiFWbS/[/link]

33. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Pilot (2011)

TV-PG | 42 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma Swan is taken to a strange town by her son Henry, who she gave up for adoption years ago, and tells her of a curse cast by the Evil Queen.

Director: Mark Mylod | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 3,331

Spoilerrrrzzzzz by otomen (Sat Jul 14 2012 07:53:34)

Link

[hmm]

More Regina's backstory?

34. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Thing You Love Most (2011)

TV-PG | 41 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Regina tries to push Emma out of Storybrooke and Henry's life, as flashbacks detail information about the Evil Queen's curse.

Director: Greg Beeman | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,436

Once Upon a Time - Singlebrooke Dating Service by msdakotafanning2 (Sat Jul 14 2012 12:51:29)

It's very funny :P

= = =

by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 13:06:58)

It's on YouTube as well.

[link]http://youtu.be/5Xr4ZH5YXbg[/link]

35. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: Snow Falls (2011)

TV-PG | 42 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

At Henry's urging, Emma convinces Mary Margaret to pay a visit to a comatose man in the hospital and read to him from the storybook, as flashbacks show how Snow White and Prince Charming first met.

Director: Dean White | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,326

Meghan and Emilie by marysocontrary (Sat Jul 14 2012 13:09:23)

At the autograph session.

[link]http://instagram.com/p/NEuEjAFWch/[/link]

36. Once Upon a Time (2011–2018)
Episode: The Price of Gold (2011)

TV-PG | 45 min | Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Emma tries to help a young pregnant woman escape from the clutches of Mr. Gold, as flashbacks show when Cinderella made a regrettable deal with Rumplestiltskin.

Director: David Solomon | Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas

Votes: 2,165

OUAT + Captain Hook Trending Topics Worlwide by msdakotafanning2 (Sat Jul 14 2012 13:09:46)

Link



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