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Storybrooke Secrets: Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

  • By Steve Dove
Storybrooke Secrets: Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

The world of Storybrooke isn't quite what it seems. If you look closely, you may find hidden clues about another world, or worlds.

In "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree":

- The line, "In my time I have granted a thousand and one wishes and I have seen them end poorly a thousand and one times..." is a reference to One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights).

- On a recorded phone call, Regina instructs someone to meet her at access road 23. 23 is a reference to Jack Sheppard’s number on LOST.

But that's not all there was to discover in this episode. If you think you've found another hidden secret of Storybrooke, share it with other fans in the Comments below. You never know who may be watching.


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