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Regina leaves the group to find Gold and convince him to launch a magical assault on Pan. Meanwhile, Emma and the others learn that Neal is being imprisoned in Echo Cave, but they must pay a heavy price to free him. And in the fairy tale world that was, Snow White is on the run and meets a mermaid named Ariel, who asks for her help winning the love of Prince Eric.
Black Knight #1: You're a long way from home, Snow White. Did you really think you could hide from the queen here?
Snow White: Actually, yes.
Black Knight #1: Well, don't worry. We're here to take you back. The queen is eager to see you.
Snow White: Not gonna happen.
Regina: Focus. Concentrate.
Emma: It's kind of hard when you're talking in my ear.
Regina: And when the wind blows, or it's raining, or someone's shooting arrows at you. Yes, concentration's hard. That's the point.
Pan: You can't see the future here. It's impossible to see the future in a place where time stands still.
Gold: I may not see the future here, but I can make one happen.
Snow White: Remember what I taught you. What's this?
Ariel: Mini-Trident. Salad-Trident.
Snow White: Fork. Salad fork.
Regina: Next time you let someone fall to their death, make sure they're actually dead.
Black Knight #1: She looked dead.
Reina: No. Death looks more like this... (kills him)
Mary Margaret: Emma, I get what you're doing, I know. You don't want to open yourself up to the hope that he's alive, but you should.
Mary Margaret: Because you deserve a happy ending, Emma. And happy endings always start with hope.
Ariel: You tricked me?
Regina: You went to a long-dead octopus for advice and you blame me for your problems?
Regina: The only thing worse about telling your prince how you feel and rejecting you is... never telling him at all. Never knowing. Never even having... a chance at true love. That's right, dear. He's gone. Time to swim back home... little mermaid.
Gold: If you think summoning a giant squid is the answer, I've already tried that.
Regina: You've had fun, haven't you? I have no intention of ordering calamari.