Jefferson's Mansion (Enchanted Forest).
After the first curse is cast, Jefferson begins his new life in Storybrooke with memories from his prior life intact. Although his house is impressive, he lives alone and without his daughter, Paige, who doesn't remember him. When the curse savior, Emma, arrives to town, the curse weakens. One night, Jefferson kidnaps Mary Margaret to his house after she flees her jail cell to escape a murder conviction. While looking for Mary Margaret, Emma hits Jefferson with her car. Feigning a limp, he buys sympathy from her as she apologies by giving him a ride home. Upon seeing his house, she mistakenly believes he has a large family. Inside the building, Emma lies about looking for her lost dog, to which he shows her a map of the woods. Jefferson gives her tea spiked with sedatives, and after Emma passes out from drinking it, he ties her up. She escapes by crushing a tea cup under pillow and using a shard to cut herself free. Making her way upstairs, Emma silently passes Jefferson as he is brandishing scissors and enters another room, where she begins untying Mary Margaret when her captor arrives. He takes Emma to a room full of hats and persuades her to make one infused with magic. Believing he is crazy, Emma plays along with his story until his guard is down, to which she knocks him unconscious. Jefferson, donning the hat Emma made, later wrestles with her for a gun until Mary Margaret whacks him out the window with a croquet mallet. When the women look down below, they see only the hat. Outside, Emma offers Mary Margaret her car keys to escape town, or to return to her jail cell. Mary Margaret, touched by Emma's sentiment that she is family, agrees to go back to the cell. ("Hat Trick")
- The room where Jefferson is holding Mary Margaret contains a set of croquet mallets, which is a direct reference to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, where Alice played croquet with the Queen of Hearts.
- The tool set next to the fireplace is topped with a rabbit; a reference to the White Rabbit from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
- There is a vintage brass peacock fan fireplace screen in Jefferson's home.
- Jefferson has birch tree trunks in his living room. A room in his mansion has forest-themed wallpaper and floral curtains. There's a silver tree-like rack inside the hat room. These are all references to the Enchanted Forest.
- Eggs on legs sculptures are sitting on Jefferson's mantelpiece and on a workroom shelf, a reference to Humpty Dumpty, who appears in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass.
- The painting on fireplace mantel is called Vitamins, and can be found at the Winsor Gallery in Vancouver. It is an oil on canvas painting by Chad Durnford.
- Jefferson has a vintage Noguchi Akari Floor Lamp in his livingroom.
- Jefferson's living room features a phenakistoscope, an early animation device that used a spinning disk of sequential images to create an illusion of motion.
- The lamps in the hallway of the mansion are teacup-shaped.
- The framed prints in the hallway are John Tenniel's illustrations from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass including:
- The Jabberwocky (behind Jefferson when he asks Emma to tie Mary Margaret back up)
- Alice and the Baby Pig (top picture on the right while he's standing in the doorway watching Emma and Mary Margaret)
- Oh, You Wicked Little Thing (bottom picture on the right as he closes the door)
- The wallpaper in Jefferson's hallway and living room is Floral Harlequin HX90008 from Anderson Prints.
- Two tea set lamps are inside the room where Jefferson holds Mary Margaret captive. These lamps are known as as an Anthropologie One-Lump-Or-Two Lamp Base (no longer available).
- During "Into the Deep" and "Queen of Hearts", the same lamp, with a different coloring, is in the back room of Mr. Gold's pawnshop.
- The tapestry inside the room is Birch Trees wallpaper from Anderson Prints.
- The framed illustration on the left hand side of the door, is from the cover of Wolf and Pilot, a collection of poems by Farrah Field.
- Jefferson's workshop has Arabian Trellis wallpaper from Anderson Prints.
- The exterior scenes at Jefferson's mansion were filmed at 3802 Angus Drive, in the Shaughnessy neighbourhood of Vancouver.
|Once Upon a Time: Season One|
|"Pilot":||"The Thing You Love Most":||"Snow Falls":||"The Price of Gold":||"That Still Small Voice":||"The Shepherd":||"The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter":||"Desperate Souls":||"True North":||"7:15 A.M.":||"Fruit of the Poisonous Tree":|
|"Skin Deep":||"What Happened to Frederick":||"Dreamy":||"Red-Handed":||"Heart of Darkness":||"Hat Trick":||"The Stable Boy":||"The Return":||"The Stranger":||"An Apple Red as Blood":||"A Land Without Magic":|