As always, a big episode with a lot going on, but did you see everything there was to see? For instance:
In this touching scene where Mary Margaret (Snow White) and David ( Prince Charming) are finally reunited with their daughter, Emma, notice the large sign on the wall by Granny's Diner.
"Atlantic Twine & Net". Looks like a subtle hint at a certain nautical villain due to make an appearance later this season.
Every visit to Mr. Gold's pawnshop is a gold mine of secrets. Some good pieces on display in this episode include a candelabra that hints at fan-favorite Lumiere from Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
And of course the spinning wheel Rumplestiltskin is known for, though it seems he's having a bit of trouble spinning straw into gold these days.
Finally, keen-eyed fans may have noticed Mary Margaret grabbing a very particular brand of scotch for help when fighting off the Wraith. That's right, it's MacCutcheon, the label referenced several times in the series LOST, which Once Upon a Time co-creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz were writers for.
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