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Emma searches for a missing Mary Margaret, but is abducted by a man who claims to know the truth about Storybrooke... and Emma. Meanwhile, in the fairytale world, Regina convinces a sorcerer to take her to Wonderland to recover something that the Queen of Hearts has stolen from her.
Jefferson: I know what you refuse to acknowledge, Emma. You're special. You brought something precious to Storybrooke--magic.
Jefferson: Stories. Stories? What's a story? When you were in high school, did you learn about the Civil War?
Emma: Yeah, of course.
Jefferson: How? Did you read about it, perchance, in a book? How is that any less real than any other book?
Emma: History books are based on history.
Jefferson: And storybooks are based on what, imagination? Where's that come from? It has to come from somewhere. You know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants a magical solution for their problem, and everyone refuses to believe in magic.
Jefferson: That's my curse.
Emma: To remember.
Jefferson: What good is this house, these things, if I can't share them with her?
Emma: If you really think she's your daughter, why don't you reach out to her, why don't you tell her?
Jefferson: And destroy her reality? I'm trapped by knowledge. How cruel do you think I am. You think I'd inflict that awareness on my daughter? It's hard enough to live in a land where you don't belong. But knowing it, holding conflicting realities in your head... will drive you mad.
Emma: So maybe you're right. Maybe I need to open myself up more. Maybe if I want magic, I have to start believing.