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I know how to recognize a desperate soul.
Zoso to Rumplestiltskin, then Mr. Gold to Emma Swan

"Desperate Souls" is the eighth episode of Season One of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Jane Espenson and directed by Michael Waxman. It is the eighth episode of the series overall, and premiered on January 8, 2012.

Synopsis

Regina and Mr. Gold play dirty politics and take opposite sides when Emma runs for a coveted Storybrooke public office against Sidney. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world that was, Rumplestiltskin tries to track down the ultimate power source in order to help his son avert the horrors of a meaningless war.[1]

Recap

This section is a detailed recap of this episode. There are major spoilers. Click to expand.

Rumplestiltskin is spinning in his village. Hordor and his knights ride up and conscript a girl named Morraine from his village into the army to serve as a soldier. Rumplestiltskin is frightened that his son Baelfire will be taken next, since he reaches fourteen which is the age of the draft for the Ogre Wars in a couple of days.

In Storybrooke, Mr. Gold expresses his condolences to Emma Swan about the late Sheriff Graham's untimely death, and offers her his support, if she chooses to run for sheriff. He has a box of the sheriff's possessions and tells her to take something for remembrance. She refuses his jacket, but is persuaded to take a pair of walkie-talkies.

Emma meets Henry at his fort, and she gives him a walkie-talkie, so that they can always stay in touch during their operations, but a despondent Henry tells Emma that he thinks they should stop "Operation Cobra". He tells her that they should not mess with the curse. Henry tells Emma that the Evil Queen killed Sheriff Graham, because he was good, and he is worried about Emma, because she is good. Henry does not want to upset the Evil Queen - otherwise known as Regina - anymore.

Emma is in the Sheriff’s office, and she is looking at the sheriff’s badge. Regina comes in and tells Emma that despite the fact that Emma is deputy, the sheriff's badge is not for her, as she intends to appoint Sidney Glass as the new Sheriff. Regina tells Emma that she has not earned the right to wear the badge. She fires Emma and takes the badge away.

Emma is at home trying to fix the toaster. (She needed to hit something so she hit the toaster.) She tells Mary Margaret that Regina fired her. Mr. Gold comes to the door, wanting to discuss something with her. She invites him in. He tells her that he heard what happened and that he feels it is an injustice. He tells her two people with a common goal can accomplish a lot, but two people with a common enemy can do much more. He asks her if she has checked out the town charter. Perhaps the mayor is not as strong as she thinks she is.

In the Enchanted Forest, Rumplestiltskin and Baelfire are leaving, he tells his son that he does not know what war is like. Knights on horses find them on the King’s road and ask them where they are going. Rumplestiltskin is meek and tries to come up with a lie. The lead knight asks Baelfire how old he is and he finds out he is 13 and will be 14 in two days.

The knights tell him that Rumplestiltskin ran during the war of the Ogres. His cowardice is the reason that his wife left him. The knight tells him that it is treason to avoid service, and they will take Baelfire who will be old enough to serve. Rumplestiltskin asks what he has to do to save his son and the knight tells him to kiss his boot in front of his boy. He bends down and kisses the boot and the knight kicks him. The knights leave and an old man whom Rumplestiltskin had given money to earlier comes to help them. Rumplestiltskin tells the old man that he has nothing more to give him, but the old man tells him not to worry and that he would be his benefactor (much like Mr. Gold's offer to Emma).

In Storybrooke, the Mayor is holding a press conference to introduce the new sheriff, Sidney Glass. Emma interrupts the press conference and tells Regina that she has no power to appoint a sheriff; she can only appoint a candidate. Emma tells Regina that she is running for sheriff, and Regina tells Emma that Sidney is running too, with her full support.

The old man tells Rumplestiltskin that he has to find another way, but Rumplestiltskin does not think he has a choice, because he is the town coward. The old man tells him that there is always a choice, and if he could acquire power he could save Baelfire. The old man tells him that if he wants power, he can take it from the Duke, who has the "Dark One" enslaved with a dagger. The old man tells Rumplestiltskin that if he can steal the dagger, then he would control the "Dark One", and could save his son.

In Storybrooke at Mr. Gold's shop, Regina comes in to confront Mr. Gold and accuses him of finding the clause in the town charter. Mr. Gold tells her that it is a shame Sheriff Graham died. Regina asks if he is going up against her. Mr. Gold tells her no, not directly. Regina tells him that he is backing a losing horse.

Emma comes to see Henry and asks him how school is, and she sees that he is reading something. It is the town newspaper for which Sidney Glass works, and Emma is on the front page, in a story about how she had served time in prison and had given birth to Henry while incarcerated. Henry tells Emma that while his mother is evil, Emma is not. Emma tells him Mr. Gold is helping her, and Henry tells her that she already owes Mr. Gold one favor; she does not want to owe him two.

Emma goes to visit the Mayor, and she is mad that Regina had her juvenile records printed in the newspaper. Emma tells her that it is not good for Henry to see his adopted and natural mother fighting. Regina tells Emma that she can talk to Sidney about it all in the debate - much to Emma's surprise, as she didn't realize there would be a debate. They go to open the door and the door explodes with a huge fire behind it. Regina falls, hurting her ankle, and she tells Emma that she has to help her get up.

In the Enchanted Forest, Rumplestiltskin is working with Baelfire on something that will help him get to the castle to steal the dagger from the Duke. He tells Baelfire that if he can get the dagger, he can get the power, and then redeem himself. He can save not only his own son, but all the children of the land. Baelfire asks if it is true that he ran and that his mother left him. Rumplestiltskin tells him that his mother had died, as he said before. Baelfire then asks for their plan to get the dagger, and Rumplestiltskin tells him that part of the Duke's castle is made of wood and that wood burns.

Back in Storybrooke, Regina tells Emma that she knows that she is going to leave her to die in the fire. However, Emma grabs a fire extinguisher and helps Regina out of the building. As they walk out of the building, someone takes a picture of Emma helping Regina out, and Regina complains when Emma does not set her down gently enough. Sidney comes over and takes Regina’s picture. Regina asks Sidney if he is trying to give the campaign to Emma. All the people of Storybrooke are calling Emma a hero. Emma tells Henry that this shows that they don’t have to fight dirty. Emma then sees a rag on the ground and suspects that someone set the fire. She goes to Mr. Gold and accuses him of doing it. Mr. Gold tells her if he did it, it was because Emma could not win, unless she had done something dramatic to prove herself. Emma tells him that she cannot go along with this. Mr. Gold tells her that if she exposes him, think of what she will be walking away from and who she will be disappointing.

In the Enchanted Forest, Rumplestiltskin and Baelfire are setting fire to hay around the castle. Rumplestiltskin goes into the burning castle and finds the dagger.

The debate for sheriff is drawing near in Storybrooke. David meets Mary Margaret, and she asks David how things are. He tells her he has gotten a job at the animal shelter. David is posting campaign pictures of Sidney, and Mary Margaret is posting photos of Emma. David says he's posting Sidney's posters because his wife Kathryn is the mayor's friend. When Mary Margaret asks about her, David says she's fine and that he's about to meet her soon, after which Mary Margaret leaves, saying she ran out of Emma's pictures and needed to get more.

Mary Margaret goes to see Emma, and Emma tells her that she cannot win, as she does not fight dirty like Regina. Emma tells Mary Margaret that she wants to show Henry that a hero can win.

In the Enchanted Forest, Rumplestiltskin comes back and asks Baelfire to go home and wait for him, but his son has a bad feeling. Rumplestiltskin looks at the dagger and repeats the words, summoning whatever is in the dagger. He turns around and the Dark One is there, and Rumplestiltskin tells him that he controls him. The Dark One, however, taunts Rumplestiltskin, implying that his son is not his. The Dark One asks Rumplestiltskin what would he have him do, and he says die. Rumplestiltskin then stabs The Dark One, who falls to the ground to be revealed as the old man. He tells Rumplestiltskin that magic always comes with a price and now it is Rumplestiltskin's to pay. As his skin starts to change color, Rumplestiltskin looks at the dagger and finds that his own name is now engraved on it.

In Storybrooke, the candidates are at the town hall and are about to debate. Sidney makes his opening statements and then Emma gets up to make hers. She tells them she has had a troubled past, and they have overlooked it, because she was a hero. She tells everyone that the fire was a setup, that Mr. Gold said he would support her, and he set the fire. She has no definitive proof of it, but she knows it is true. She tells them that she cannot win that way, and she apologizes. Mr. Gold gets up and leaves.

Emma is in the cafe, and Henry comes in and gives Emma a walkie-talkie and he tells her that she is a hero, because she stood up to Mr. Gold. Regina comes in with Sidney. They tell her that she won, and she is the Sheriff. It was a very close race, but people were impressed, because she stood up to Mr. Gold. Regina tells Emma that Mr. Gold doesn't make a good friend, but he is a superlative enemy. She then tells her to enjoy her win.

The knights come to get Baelfire and the newly changed Rumplestiltskin stabs one. The lead knight Hordor gets down on one knee thinking he is the old "Dark One", but then realizes it's not the same man and asks who he is. Hordor realizes it's Rumplestiltskin, who tells him that he is the new dark one. He asks Hordor to kiss his boot, and then he kills him and the remaining Knights. Baelfire asks what has happened to him. He tells his son that he is safe and asks if he feels safe. Baelfire tells him that he feels frightened, as he backs away. Rumplestiltskin tells him he protected what is his, and he is no longer afraid of anything.

Mr. Gold comes to visit Emma and tells her it was all an act. He had to give her a higher form of bravery, the people had to see her defy Mr. Gold. He tells her by standing up to him the people feel she could stand up to Regina. Emma asks why he did it. Mr. Gold says it's because they made a deal a while ago and that she owes him a favor (strongly echoing the deceased Dark One's words right before he died as Rumplestiltskin stabbed him). Now that she is sheriff, he is sure that she can find a way to repay him.


Deleted Scenes

"Waste of Time" (Scene 24)

This scene is included on Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season.

Henry Mills is putting up posters of Emma Swan. He placed her face over a fireman's body to make her look heroic, but she has a different opinion of how she looks. Regina Mills walks up, and Henry quickly rips the poster down and tries to hide it and the others. Regina notices and describes his effort as a waste of trees and a waste of time.

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Episode Connections

Disney

Lost

Fairytales and Folklore

  • This episode features Rumplestiltskin from the Rumpelstiltskin fairytale.
    • Hordor, the duke's knight, and later, Rumplestiltskin himself mockingly guesses Rumplestiltskin's name as Spindleshanks, Threadwhistle and Hobblefoot. These are some of the names the miller's daughter guesses in the original fairytale.

Popular Culture

Props Notes

  • A framed certificate in Graham's box of belongings lists him as Sheriff of Storybrooke County.[15] This is consistent with the title of "Sheriff", which is not a title given to a city chief of police (which is itself not an elected position).
    • A newspaper clipping in the box says "GRAHAM ORGANIZES CHARITY FUNDRAISER - "compassionate" Sheriff steps in to help beleaguered Animal Shelter".[15][16]
  • The newspaper article Henry is reading (half the article can be seen in the episode, while the rest of it can be seen on a newspaper prop which was auctioned off online in June 2018;[17] the missing text is set in fuchsia) says:[18]


EX-JAILBIRD


EMMA SWAN BIRTHED BABE BEHIND BARS

SIDNEY GLASS
Editor

[photograph]
Documents have surfaced which purport to show Sheriff Office [illegible word] Emma Swan made
a series of "poor choices" when she was a teenager

STORYBROOKE, MAINE – The race for the
position of local sheriff has just gone into
overdrive. The Storybrooke Daily Mirror has
recently come into possession of a number of
controversial documents that purport to shed
an entirely new light onto the character of
Storybrooke’s prospective new law enforce-
ment official, Emma Swan.
Records show that when she was merely a girl
of seventeen, Emma Swan found herself, ironi-
cally, on the wrong side of the law. She was
visiting friends of her foster parents in the
town of Worcester, Massachusetts, it would
prove to be a trip that that Swan would come to
regret. Something that would earn her a
juvenile criminal record.
On the evening of June 16, 1996, Swan
entered into a local five and dime store to buy a
gossip magazine. Soon thereafter, she was
caught on CCTV video cameras trying to dip
her hand into the purse of another female
customer. The clerk caught sight of her actions
and purportedly called the police depart-
ment. It was soon thereafter that the young
Emma Swan got her first taste of justice.

Please see 🠺 Swan behind bars – A5
  • The time and place for Emma's arrest are contradicted in "Tallahassee" and "There's No Place Like Home", which prove Emma was actually arrested in Portland, 2001. She was not arrested for pickpocketing, but for possession of stolen goods, under completely different circumstances than the ones described in the article.
  • There is an article called "Pumpkins Weekends at Storybrooke Farm are seasonal treats for the entire family."[19] It is adapted from selected paragraphs from a real newspaper article from October 2010 (updated in January 2011), from the official website of the Daily Herald,[20] a daily newspaper based in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Again, some of the article can be seen on-screen, while the rest can be seen on the newspaper prop which was auctioned off.[17]

    About the format: Missing text is still set in fuchsia. One paragraph was moved to a different part of the article; it is marked with a yellow background. Note that a few lines have been shrunken down to fit within the table.
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Pumpkin Weekends
showcase
fall in all its glory










Pumpkins Weekends at
Storybrooke Farm are
seasonal treats for
the entire family.


[photograph]

A scary Jack O'Lantern, glowing [obscured]
Halloween Trick or Treat [illegible/obscured]
Farm's Pumpkins Festival.

Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff

Sweet as it is,
the fall season is just too short. The brilliant
colors of autumn leaves burst onto the scene
suddenly, only to be whisked away on the next windy day.
(...) Fortunately, the Fox Valley Park District
makes this glorious season last a little longer
with its annual Pumpkin Weekends at Blackberry
Farm. During every weekend in October
plus Columbus Day 11 days in all fall
is in its full glory.

Storybrooke, Maine—Colorful as it is,
the fall season is just [obscured/illegible]
colors of autumn lea[obscured/illegible]
suddenly, only to be [obscured/illegible]
Fortunately, the Story[obscured/illegible]
makes this glorious se[obscured/illegible]
with its annual Pumpkins Weekends at Story-
brooke Farm. During every weekend in October
plus Columbus Day – 11 days in all – fall
is celebrated in its full glory. Daily [illegible word] are 11
a.m. to 4. pm.
Already, the leaf-peepers are on alert,
eager to witness nature's
dazzling transition from green
to gold to orange.
Already, the leaf-peepers are out and about.



The pumpkins are fat and firm. The chilly nights
and football tailgate parties confirm that fall is
here.
You just can't get too much of this, which is
why Pumpkin Weekends were created.
"We used to do a fall festival in October each
year, and it was so popular and well-received
that we expanded the event to include every
weekend," said Sandy Smith, facility supervisor
at Blackberry Farm.
Considering that fall harvests go back to the times
of pioneers when locals would toast another
bountiful growing season Blackberry [sic]
Farm is the perfect setting for this kind of
celebration.
From pioneer days to modern times, the same
sense of community lives on with Pumpkin
Weekends. The kids will delight in the interactive
games and wonderful displays;
adults will feel the tinge of youth, reminiscent of their own childhoods.
"We don't have the powers of Mother Nature,"
said Smith, "but we're doing everything we can to
make this season last just a little bit longer."
The pumpkins are fat and firm. The cold nights
and football tailgate parties confirm that fall is
here.
You just can't get too much of this, which is
why Pumpkin Weekends were created.
"We used to do a fall festival in October each
year, and it was so popular and well-received
that we expanded the event to include every
weekend," said S.B Edwards, facility supervi-
sor at Storybrooke Farm.
Fall harvests go back to the times
of pioneers – when locals would toast another
bountiful growing season – on Storybrooke
Farm is the perfect setting for this kind of
celebration. [sic]
From pioneer days to modern times, the same
sense of community lives on with Pumpkin
Weekends. The kids will delight in the interac-
tive games and exciting displays, while the
adults may very well feel like kids themselves.



Each weekend will feature a special theme and
one low admission price ($4), starting with the
Pumpkin Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 2,
a noncompetitive, child-friendly stroll
around scenic Lake Gregory, surrounded by the
contrast of shimmering fall colors and
rich evergreens.
Each weekend will feature a special theme and
one low admission price ($4), that includes
[illegible word] rides on the train, carousel and hay
wagon.



Pumpkin activities are the theme on Oct. 9,
when kids can decorate masks, make
bird feeders from pine cones and
enjoy pumpkin-centric games.
The scarecrows come out on Oct. 16 and 17.
On Oct. 16, staffers will conduct a scarecrow decorating class for families, school
groups and Scout troops.
(...) If you're feeling creative, take a train
ride and visit the pumpkin patch at Blackberry,
purchase your own pumpkin and beautify
your creation right there at the special decorating station.
I suspect most of those pumpkins will be
wearing broad smiles.




If you're feeling creative, take a train ride and visit the pumpkin patch at Story-
brooke, purchase your own pumpkin and paint
it right there at the special decorating station.
I suspect most of those pumpkins will be
wearing broad smiles when they leave.
The fair starts Saturday and, as an added
bonus, opening weekend will include an
antique car show from 11 a.m. to 3.30 pm on
Saturday, featuring street [two illegible words] cars
and [three illegible words] before 1991.
Pumpkin activities are the theme on Oct. 8,
when kids can decorate Halloween masks, play
pumpkin [illegible word] buckets, pumpkin ring toss and
other games.
The scarecrows come out on Oct. 15 and 16 –
scarecrows decorated by local families, school
groups and Scout troops will be on display.
Cheris fall while it lasts, because you know
what season is next...

Please see 🠺 Pumpkin [illegible word] – A10

  • S.B. Edwards worked as a production staff member on the Season Two episode "Manhattan".
  • One of the headlines reads "The Placebo Effect".[21]
  • The newspaper also contains a food article about cassoulet.[18] This is a casserole originating in the south of France, containing, among other things, white beans.
  • An article seen in the auctioned newspaper prop (which cannot be seen in the actual episode, since the newspaper Henry reads is folded in half) is called "Beetle-killed lumber being used in home construction". It is adapted from the first paragraphs of the article "Beetle-killed wood being used in home construction", a real article published in The Denver Post in September 2011, about beetle kill in Colorado.[22]
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Beetle-killed wood being used in home construction
Beetle-killed lumber being used in home construction
Perry Cadman couldn’t drive through the Colorado
mountains anymore without dismay over the
toll the Mountain pine beetle beetle has taken.
An epidemic
infestation has claimed about 3 million acres
of lodgepole pine forests in the state, said
Joe Duda, a supervisor for the Colorado
State Forest Service
. But Cadman, chief
operating officer at New Town Builders
in Denver, realized this summer he could do more than
lament the loss. New Town,
supplied by a lumber mill in Montrose, will use
beetle-kill wood to frame the homes it builds.
“We plan to use it in everything we frame going
forward — that is our commitment,” Cadman
said.
Colorado imports 95 percent of its
lumber, which doesn’t make sense in a state
with so many dead trees available to harvest,
Cadman said. New Town,
which expects to build about 80 homes this
year, will spend about $2,000 per home on the
Colorado wood, which is comparable in cost to
imported lumber.
Given the smaller size of Colorado’s lodgepole
pines, the homebuilder will limit its use to
vertical supports. (...)



STORYBROOKE, MAINE -- An epidemic
infestation has claimed about 3 million acres
of lodgepole pine forests in the state, said
Mark Superlo, a supervisor for the Story-
brooke Forest Service. But Cunningham, chief
operating officer at Storybrooke Builders,
realized this summer he could do more than
lament the loss. Storybrooke Builders,
supplied by a lumber mill in town, will use
beetle-kill wood to frame the homes it builds.
“We plan to use it in everything we frame going
forward — that is our commitment,” Cunning
-ham said.
Storybrooke Mill imports 95 percent of its
lumber, which doesn’t make sense in a state
with so many dead trees available to harvest,
Cunningham said. Storybrooke Builders,
which expects to build about 80 homes this
year, will spend about $2,000 per home on the
Maine wood, which is comparable in cost to
imported lumber.
Given the smaller size of Maine's lodgepole
pines, the homebuilder will limit its use to
vertical supports.
  • Yet another unseen article reads:


Municipal Rose Garden: Gazebo Vandalized

Storybrooke Daily Mirror
News Staff

Storybrooke, Maine -- Vandals have been trashing the Memorial
gazebo in Skylark Rose Garden, and it has local residents worried about
the [two illegible words] spot becoming a [two illegible words] for bored teenagers.
The Parks and Recreation Director Cheryl Marion says it's under attack.
Broken glass and garbage was strewn everywhere. However, the Direc-
tor says she's seen a lot worse. [illegible word] we found this gate, completely
ripped off [illegible word] to the ground. She tells it like it is. "I t [sic] called
vandalism and it's completely frustrating.
People are frustrated. Sheila Millar said, "I think this is a beautiful
park." Millar is glad to hear about Marion's effort to keep the complex
clean. He'd [sic] like the [three illegible words] lights installed and a neighbor-
hood watch organized to strike out vandalism.
"I think that's a wonderful idea. Anything that can increase the safety of
the [illegible word] is always beneficial for everybody" said Marion.
The sad part is is [sic] these kids are perfectly comfortable enough to do
these terrible things to other parks. Our job is just trying to make them
[illegible word] comfortable any more" Marion said. [Two illegible words] lights are
a first step in trying to combat this problem."
  • Sheila Millar worked as a production staff member on "The Price of Gold". Her name can also be seen in an unseen newspaper article from "The Shepherd", in a newspaper prop auctioned off along with the other one.[17]

Set Dressing

Costume Notes

Goofs

  • After the playground scene with Emma Swan and Henry, there is a shot of Storybrooke main street where you can see the clock tower building, but without the actual clock tower[61] (the top two layers of the clock tower, including the clock, are CGI).
  • When Mr. Gold brings the town charter binder to Emma in the apartment, he puts it down on the table while taking a seat. In the next shot, the binder remains in his hands as he sits down.
  • While Regina is on the ambulance stretcher and breathing in oxygen from a mask, she has a coat draped over her shoulders. After Sidney irritates her by snapping photos, she says, "She's the competition, you fool", and pushes him away; the coat is lying behind her back in the next shot.

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