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The subject of this article is not considered canon material for the Once Upon a Time Universe.

The following is a list of officially released scenes that were filmed and cut from the final version of an aired episode, thus rendering them non-canon.[1]

Season One

Meet Rumplestiltskin

"Meet Rumplestiltskin" (Scene 1) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the first episode of the first season. It takes place in the Dark Dungeon in the Enchanted Forest. It features Rumplestiltskin.[2]
101DSMeetRumplestiltskin
Summary:
A guard enters the mines with a tray of food. In the distance, laughter can be heard. The guard walks forward and is stopped by another guard who pulls a small twig out of the food; warning him what "he" could do with it. The laughter continues making the guard curious the other one tells him he has been doing it for two days. The guard places the food in the cell and before he leaves, Rumplestiltskin grabs him and tells him, "It has begun."
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Cradle

"Cradle" (Scene 9) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the first episode of the first season. It takes place in the Royal Castle nursery in the Enchanted Forest. It features Grumpy, Dopey and Prince Charming.[2]
101DSCradle
Summary:
Grumpy and Dopey are arguing in Emma's nursery. Prince Charming enters and asks them to leave so he can be with Snow White. As he approaches her, a blue bird flies from her hand. He asks her what is wrong, but she replies, "Nothing."

Regina's Sheriff

"Regina's Sheriff" (Scene 22) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the first episode of the first season. It takes place in the street in front of the Mills House, in Storybrooke. It features Emma Swan and Sheriff Graham.[2]
101DSReginasSheriff
Summary:
Emma leaves Regina's house and is surprised to see Sheriff Graham outside leaning on her car. Graham thinks she should stay at Granny's for the night due to Regina's drinks being strong. Emma disagrees and believes she is fine to drive and would pass a breathalyzer test. He agrees to let her go and she drives off.

Motherly Love

"Motherly Love" (Scene 38) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the first season. It takes place in Henry's bedroom, in Storybrooke. It features Henry and Regina Mills.[2]
102DSMotherlyLove
Summary:
Henry is laying on his bed when Regina Mills enters. She is persuading him to go to therapy, but he doesn't want to go. She thinks it would be good for him to talk to someone. He gets up, and Regina tries to give him back the book; explaining that she was too harsh about taking it from him. However, he tells her that he doesn't want it and throws it onto the bed. After he leaves, Regina smiles.

Responsibility

"Responsibility" (Scene 25) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the third episode of the first season. It takes place in the Storybrooke General Hospital. It features Emma, Mary Margaret and Sheriff Graham.[2]
103DSResponsibility
Summary:
After Emma, Mary Margaret and Sheriff Graham watch the security tape that shows John Doe exiting into the woods, they leave and Graham calls for backup. Emma wants Mary Margaret to stay behind, but she disagrees and wants to go with them. Mary Margaret feels it is her fault that David woke up and ran off, and she threatens to go off on her own to look for him. After hearing this, Emma agrees to let her come.

Blood is Thick

"Blood is Thick" (Scene 37-38) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the first season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest. It features Jiminy Cricket, Myrna and Martin.[2]
105DSBloodIsThick
Summary:
While walking alongside his parents, Jiminy protests against them for what they did to boy's parents. He feels bad for the boy and tells his parents to just leave him, but they threaten to have him arrested for what he did to the boy's parents and what he tried to do to them. They tell him to get in the back of the carriage because he is just like them.

Waste of Time

"Waste of Time" (Scene 24) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighth episode of the first season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Town Hall. It features David, Mr. Clark, Henry, Emma and Regina.[2]
108DSWasteOfTime
Summary:
Henry Mills is putting up posters of Emma. He places her face over a fireman's body to make her look heroic, but she has a different opinion of how she looks. Regina 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.

Bull's Eye

"Bull's Eye" (Scene 19) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the sixteenth episode of the first season. It takes place in Granny's Diner, in Storybrooke. It features Emma, August Booth, Ruby and Regina.[2]
116DSBullsEye
Summary:
Emma is sitting at a table in Granny's Diner when August comes and sits down. He says he'd like to ask her out again but knows it isn't the best time for her and she agrees with him. He still offers to buy her a drink and Ruby goes to get it for her. He notices that she can't stop looking at Regina and asks what she plans on doing. Emma wants to give her a piece of her mind, but it hasn't been working out lately. August advises her to not let Regina see her coming. He then gets up and leaves money to pay for Emma's drink.

I'm Your Friend Too

"I'm Your Friend Too" (Scene 28) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighteenth episode of the first season. It takes place in Granny's Diner, in Storybrooke. It features David, Regina and Sidney.[2]
118DSImYourFriendToo
Summary:
David is sitting alone at Granny's when Regina comes in. She sits down next to him and he tells her that he is wanted to testify against Mary Margaret Blanchard for the murder of Kathryn. David blames himself for what happened to Kathryn, but Regina reminds him that the car crash didn't kill her, but a person did (implying Mary Margaret is responsible). He wonders why Regina doesn't hate him, to which she claims that she is his friend, and that she is there for him. She places her hand on top of his and says that she is here for him at anytime. He leaves and Regina thanks Sidney for letting her know David was there.

I'm Your Friend Too

"I'm Your Friend Too" (Scene 29) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighteenth episode of the first season. It takes place in Storybrooke Sheriff's Department, in Storybrooke. It features Mary Margaret, Emma and Regina.[2]
118DSImYourFriendToo2
Summary:
Mary Margaret is fixing up her bed in her cell when Emma enters. Emma tells her that Regina was one step ahead and the shovel was missing. Mary Margaret gets angry at her knowing that she could have run, but stayed because she trusted that Emma would be able to help her. Mary Margaret screams at Emma, telling her to leave, which the blonde eventually does. A moment later, she hears footsteps and thinks it's Emma, but it's Regina, much to her surprise.

Season Two

Young Confidence

"Young Confidence" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the second season. It takes place in the Blanchard Loft in Storybrooke. It features David Nolan and Henry Mills.[3]
202DS1YoungConfidence
Summary:
David is looking at Jefferson's hat when a call comes in on Mary Margaret's house phone. Henry comes downstairs to see who it was, only for David to say he just wanted to hear her voice on the answering machine. Henry states calmly that David will find them because he's a prince. They then share pop-tarts before David leaves.

A New Day

"A New Day" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the second season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Dr. Whale, Archie Hopper and Geppetto's petrified parents.[3]
202DS2ANewDay
Summary:
A few Storybrooke residents begin adjusting to their new dual reality, with Dr. Whale absconding to the hospital laboratory and Dr. Archie Hopper seeing Geppetto's petrified parents in Mr. Gold's pawnshop.

Lies

"Lies" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourth episode of the second season. It takes place in Rumplestiltskin's Farm. It features Baelfire and Rumplestiltskin.[4]
204DSLies
Summary:
Rumplestiltskin returns home from his encounter with Killian Jones to find Baelfire asking where his mother is. Rumplestiltskin tells his son that Milah is dead. As Baelfire bursts into tears, Rumplestiltskin comforts the boy and tells him that he will never let anything happen to him.

Chamber Of Hearts

"Chamber Of Hearts" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the second season. It takes place in Royal Manor. It features Regina, Victor Frankenstein and Jefferson.[3]
205DSChamberOfHearts
Summary:
Regina, Dr. Frankenstein and Jefferson are in Cora's heart vault. After Frankenstein inspects the heart, the walls of the vault begin to close in. Regina asks Jefferson to use his hat, but he replies that there is not enough room. After Frankenstein and Jefferson stop the walls with a statue, the ceiling begins to descend. Eventually, Regina masters teleportation and transports them into her family's living room.

Hallucinations

"Hallucinations" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the second season. It takes place in the Storybrooke General Hospital. It features David, Emma, Hook, Leroy, Mary Margaret and Ruby.[3]
212DSHallucinations
Summary:
In the midst of all the chaos in the hospital, Hook finds his way out of the handcuff and begins roaming around. He expresses confusion at seeing the blue food product Jell-O. Then, he sees Ruby and says to her, "Well, hello, you're quite real, aren't you?"

Wrong Brother

"Wrong Brother" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the thirteenth episode of the second season. It takes place in Storybrooke Mines. It features Albert Spencer, David and Mary Margaret.[4]
213DSWrongBrother
Summary:
Mary Margaret and David are in the Storybrooke mines, wanting to talk to Albert Spencer. Despite his heinous crimes, David says he can't send him to the State Penitentiary for killing a mouse and attempting to murder a werewolf. Spencer attempts to make a deal with David: information on Anton in exchange for allowing Spencer to die. David refuses, and he and Mary Margaret leave to deal with Anton.

Town Issues

"Town Issues" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the second season. It takes place in New York City and Blanchard Loft. It features David, Emma, Mary Margaret, Neal and Ruby.[3]
214DSTownIssues
Summary:
In New York, Emma is standing outside the pub, about to make a phone call to Mary Margaret. The scene then cuts to Storybrooke. As David and Mary Margaret are putting away dishes, Ruby enters the loft. She informs them that Greg Mendell should be discharged in the next few days and should be leaving, something she will ensure will happen. As they begin to discuss the urgency of getting rid of Greg, notably if he runs into Hook or Cora, Mary Margaret receives a phone call from Emma so David and Ruby leave the apartment.

Smooth Sailing

"Smooth Sailing" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifteenth episode of the second season. It takes place in Land Without Magic. It features Emma, Henry and Neal.[3]
216DSSmoothSailing
Summary:
Sailing from New York to Storybrooke, Henry and Neal have some bonding time. When Henry references Peter Pan, Neal visibly tenses and remarks that Neverland isn't what Henry assumes it is. He then remarks that Mr. Gold won't die, as he's good at surviving, and Emma walks away.

Magic Is Here

"Magic Is Here" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventeenth episode of the second season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Wilderness Park. It features David, Emma, Henry and Neal.[4]
217DSMagicIsHere
Summary:
After seeing Regina destroy the Curse of the Empty-Hearted, David, Emma and Neal are hopeful that they can begin to rebuild their family. A crestfallen Henry reassures them that will never be so as long as magic exists and walks away, followed by his family.

Storybooks

"Storybooks" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the second season. It takes place in Darling House. It features George Darling, John Darling, Mary Darling, Michael Darling, Nana and Wendy Darling.[3]
221DSStorybooks
Summary:
The Darlings are sitting at dinner, and Wendy is asked twice to stop reading a book. She refuses, claiming she's at the part where an apprentice is about to cast a spell. She is then sent to her room by her father, which is revealed to be intentional on her part as she is sneaking some food to Baelfire.

Aligned Interests

"Aligned Interests" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the second season. It takes place in Storybrooke Cannery. It features Hook, Neal and Tamara.[3]
222DSAlignedInterests
Summary:
Hook comes across the site of Regina's torture and is faced with Greg and Tamara. Regina's rescue is briefly mentioned and Hook demands that they help him kill Rumplestiltskin. Tamara states that the people they work for have a plan that aligns all their interests. Greg tells Hook to follow them and Hook mocks Tamara about Neal finding out the truth. When she states he's gone, Hook once again mocks her only for her to retort that she killed him. Hook is visibly shaken and limps out the door.

Season Three

Mr. Van Winkle

"Mr. Van Winkle" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourth episode of the third season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest. It features Rip Van Winkle and Rumplestiltskin.[5]
304DSMrVanWinkle
Summary:
Rumplestiltskin chases a man throughout the forest and corners him against a tree. Demanding that their deal be fulfilled and his debt be paid, Rumple is furious until the man states he simply needs more time, having had one too many drinks the night before, making him unable to meet Rumple's dawn deadline. Rumple reveals the man's name to be Mr. Van Winkle and punishes him with a 100 year sleep.

A Helping Hook

"A Helping Hook" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the third season. It takes place in on Dead Man's Peak. It features David and Hook.[5]
305DSAHelpingHook
Summary:
The climb up Dead Man's Peak is exhausting David, so Hook decides to extend his hooked hand in order for David to hoist himself up. David rejects the help and says he'd rather die with honor, since honor transcends death. Hook replies that he believes honor causes death instead.

Father of the Bride

"Father of the Bride" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the third season. It takes place in Royal Manor. It features Regina and the Valet.[5]
311DSFatherOfTheBride
Summary:
The night before Regina is meant to move to King Leopold's palace with her mother and father, she is inconsolable with grief, still mourning Daniel's death. Her father tries to comfort her by telling her every girl dreams of being Queen. Her dream, she says, was to love. Prince Henry comments that Regina could learn to love Leopold and Snow White. At the mention of Snow's name, Regina hardens and says she will never love again. And no one will ever love her.

Thank You Note

"Thank You Note" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the thirteenth episode of the third season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest. It features Prince Charming and Snow White.[5]
313DSThankYouNote
Summary:
Charming finds a note from Regina in Snow's saddle bag while they wait for her to lower the shields. It's a thank you note for convincing her not to bury her heart in the woods, and for trying to save her life. Snow correctly guesses that Regina is not planning on reuniting with them

Baby Gift

"Baby Gift" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the third season. It takes place in the pawnshop. It features Belle and Zelena.[5]
314DSBabyGift
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Zelena drops by the pawnshop to buy a baby gift for Mary Margaret's baby. It features additional dialogue, and a segment where Belle picks out the perfect gift for the baby, in the form of a baby rattle.

Force Fed

"Force Fed" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the sixteenth episode of the third season. It takes place in Zelena's Farmhouse. It features Mr. Gold and Zelena.[5]
316DSForceFed
Summary:
Zelena forces Mr. Gold to eat using the dagger. While he eats his meat pie dinner, she exclaims that soon, he will obey her of his own volition rather than being forced to.

Connected

"Connected" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the sixteenth episode of the third season. It takes place in Granny's Bed and Breakfast. It features Emma and Henry.[5]
316DSConnected
Summary:
Trying to feel some connection with the father he no longer remembers, Henry tells Emma that being on the boat with Hook was the closest he's felt to his father. Emma then takes off her swan necklace and asks Henry if he wants to hear about how Neal gave it to her.

Princess Leia

"Princess Leia" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the third season. It takes place in the Evil Queen's Palace. It features Emma and the Evil Queen.[5]
322DSPrincessLeia
Summary:
After she has been arrested, Emma, while still under the disguise of Rumplestiltskin's glamour spell, is led in front of the Evil Queen by two black knights. One black knight orders her to kneel before the Queen, but Emma is incredulous at his demand. Regina retorts she needs to, and the two guards push Emma down to the Queen's feet. Then, Regina asks the blonde for Snow White's whereabouts, but Emma replies she already told the guards she does not know. The Evil Queen replies she does not know what kingdom she comes from, but in her realm, the price for aiding Snow White is steep. Trying to defend herself, Emma hesitatingly states she doesn't know where Snow White is, but if Regina desires it, she can help her find the fugitive. The Queen sizes her up for a beat, and remarks that Emma isn't a princess as she recognizes a "dirty street rat" when she sees one. Additionally, the Queen remarks that Emma is not trustworthy, and then has the guards send her to the dungeon.

Liar Liar

"Liar Liar" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the third season. It takes place in the Evil Queen's Palace. It features Emma, Hook, Maid Marian, Prince Charming and Red Riding Hood.[5]
322DSLiarLiar
Summary:
Realizing Snow is not with them, Emma asks Red where she is. After some prodding, Red reluctantly admits that Snow isn't coming with them, while Charming realizes that she's using the Dark Fairy Dust to go after Regina.

Season Four

Time Will Tell

"Time Will Tell" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the pawnshop. It features Belle, Henry and Mr. Gold.[6]
402DSTimeWillTell
Summary:
Belle and Mr. Gold enter the pawnshop to discover it has been broken into. Before discussing who could have done it, Henry reveals himself. Belle leaves the room so Henry and Mr. Gold can talk about why Henry is there. Henry claims that he wants his false memories back because Regina is excluding him. Mr. Gold refuses, telling Henry that having both good memories and bad memories are what make a person who they are. He also tells Henry that he has both the blood of the Dark One and the blood of the savior running through him so he shouldn't give up. As Henry goes to leave the shop, Mr. Gold tells him that he needs to pay for the lock to which Henry tells him that it was broken when he got there.

this

This is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Town Hall. It features Regina, Mary Margaret and Prince Neal.[7]
402DSMMAndRegina
Summary:
Regina is sitting in her house when she hears knocking on the door. Despite telling the person to go away, the person breaks in, revealing Mary Margaret. Regina claims that Prince Neal's pushchair threw her off and made her forget that Mary Margaret used to be a bandit. After she discovers that Regina didn't cause the blackout, she attempts to get help from Regina. However, Regina claims that because Snow White was the one to cast the second curse, she should become Mayor as that's how it worked for Regina. As Mary Margret goes to leave after Regina attempts to encourage her, Regina asks how Henry is. Mary Margaret reveals that Henry is upset at Regina for distancing herself but Regina claims that it should just be temporary. Mary Margaret tells Regina that temporary can seem like for ever for children before leaving.

Elsa Searches For Anna

"Elsa Searches For Anna" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the third episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Zelena's Farmhouse. It features Elsa, Mr. Gold, Belle, Emma, and Hook.[8]
403DSElsaSearchesForAnna

this

This is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Harbor. It features Belle and Mr. Gold.[9]

The Babysitter

"The Babysitter" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Blanchard Loft. It features Belle, David, Mary Margaret and Prince Neal.[6]
405DSTheBabysitter

Friends Forever?

"Friends Forever?" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Hopkins, Minnesota. It features Emma, James Page and Lily.[6]
405DSFriendsForever
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Emma and Lily part ways. Emma approaches Lily's adoptive father and tries to explain that she didn't know that Lily actually had a family, but the man doesn't listen to her, rather warning Emma to never get close to Lily again.

Just Like Everyone Else

"Just Like Everyone Else" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Blanchard Loft. It features Elsa and Mary Margaret.[6]
408DSJustLikeEveryoneElse

The Ice Cream Lady

"The Ice Cream Lady" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the tenth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Storybrooke and Any Given Sundae. It features Archie, Dopey, Ingrid, Marco and Regina.[6]
410DSTheIceCreamLady

Chasing Happy Endings

"Chasing Happy Endings" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Henry and Regina.[6]
411DSChasingHappyEndings

Laundry and Tea Cakes

"Laundry and Tea Cakes" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Dark Castle. It features Belle and Rumplestiltskin.[6]
411DSLaundryAndTeaCakes

No Deal

"No Deal" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest. It features Evil Queen, Granny and Rumplestiltskin.[6]
411DSNoDeal

Magic Cake

"Magic Cake" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Anna, Elsa, Emma and Kristoff.[6]
411DSMagicCake

Camp Site

"Camp Site" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the thirteenth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest. It features Cruella De Vil, Maleficent, Prince Charming, Snow White and Ursula.[6]
413DSCampSite

A Cow Named Nan

"A Cow Named Nan" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifteenth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Mr. Gold's Cabin. It features August, Cruella De Vil, Regina and Ursula.[6]
415DSACowNamedNan
Summary:
While Regina is interrogating August, he tells her about an old story he heard in Phuket, about a cow named Nan. The farmer who owned Nan, whipped her, and when the farmer's wife saw the lashes across Nan's back, her husband's cruelty chilled her soul, and she left the farmer. August warns Regina that if she keeps working with Mr. Gold and the witches, by the time she is reunited with Robin Hood, she will no longer be the woman he wants to be with.

Good Boy

"Good Boy" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Wilderness Park. It features Cruella De Vil, Henry and Pongo.[6]
418DSGoodBoy
Summary:
In the Storybrooke forest, Cruella forces Henry out of the car. Henry says that his moms will come after her if she hurts him, but Cruella says that he isn't the one she intends to hurt. While Pongo growls at him, Cruella forces Henry to hand over his mobile phone so she can send his mothers a message.

The Lonely Author

"The Lonely Author" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Mr. Gold's Cabin. It features David, Hook, Isaac, Mary Margaret and Mr. Gold.[6]
418DSTheLonelyAuthor
Summary:
In Mr. Gold's Cabin, Isaac and Mr. Gold are spying on David, Hook and Mary Margaret (who are sitting at the table in the Blanchard Loft) through a crystal ball. Gold says that in order to get what he wants, he's going to pit a hero against a villain. He shows Isaac two magical conch shells left behind by Ursula, which he intends to use. Isaac is nervous that the heroes might find him, but Gold says that if they do, he expects Isaac to tell them everything, because the success of Gold's plan, and Isaac's life, depends on it.

Things Can Change

"Things Can Change" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twentieth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features David, Emma, Henry, Hook, Maleficent, Mary Margaret, Regina, Robin Hood, Roland and Zelena.[6]
420DSThingsCanChange
Summary:
Returning home from New York, Regina is welcomed by Henry, while David gets Zelena out of the yellow bug. Robin Hood is skeptical about Zelena's inability to use magic, but Regina assures him that the enchanted bracelet will keep her powerless. Near, Emma reunites with Hook, just as Maleficent informs that she is taking Lily to the diner. Before the two leave, Emma calls Lily aside and threatens to use magic against her if she ever does anything to David and Mary Margaret. Regina then sends Robin Hood to retrieve a forgetting potion from her office so that Roland's recollections of the fake Marian are erased. David prepares to take Zelena to the sheriff's station, but Regina decides to take her herself, somewhere else. As they all part ways, Robin Hood once more remarks that things can still work out, to which Regina replies there are things about her that he doesn't know.

Empty Chairs at Empty Diners

"Empty Chairs at Empty Diners" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Henry.[6]
421DSEmptyChairsAtEmptyDiners
Summary:
Henry is inside the diner, and sees that it is empty, just like the rest of Storybrooke. He then walks outside and gets into Emma car, which is parked outside the diner. He tries, unsuccessfully, to get the car moving.

We Can Fix It!

"We Can Fix It!" is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Emma's Prison Tower. It features Emma and Henry.[6]
422DSWeCanFixIt!
Summary:
After Henry frees Emma, he tells her that Hook helped him find her. Emma wonders what Mr. Gold did to Hook, and Henry says that he isn't exactly the man Emma knew back in Storybrooke.

Season Five

Savior Remains

"Savior Remains" (Scene 1-2A) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Storybrooke and the Storybrooke Sheriff's Department. It features Regina and David.[10]
502DSSaviorRemains

Dad Duty

"Dad Duty" (Scene 2-3) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the third episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Camelot Castle. It features David and Prince Neal.[10]
503DSDadDuty

Eating Feelings

"Eating Feelings" (Scene 13) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the third episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Camelot Camp. It features Guinevere and Mary Margaret.[10]
503DSEatingFeelings

Trivial Pursuits

"Trivial Pursuits" (Scene 22) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the third episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Swan House. It features Emma and the Darkness, under Rumplestiltskin's appearance.[10]
503DSTrivialPursuits

Stunner's Stew

"Stunner's Stew" (Scene 1-2) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Merlin's Tower. It features the young Apprentice and Merlin.[10]
505DSStunner'sStew

Fork in the Past

"Fork in the Past" (Scene 13) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventh episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Camelot and Oxleigh. It features Merlin, Emma and Nimue.[10]
507DSForkInThePast

Earning Trust

"Earning Trust" (Scene 15) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the tenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Swan House. It features Emma and Merida.[10]
510DSEarningTrust

Safe & Cloud

"Safe & Cloud" (Scene 29) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the tenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Camelot. It features Lancelot.[10]
510DSSafe&Cloud

Enchantment

"Enchantment" (Scene 36) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Evil Queen's Palace. It features the Evil Queen and Hook.[10]
511DSEnchantment

Another Option

"Another Option" (Scene 23) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Underworld. It features Regina, Henry, Robin, Emma, Mary Margaret, David, Mr. Gold and Charon.[10]
512DSAnotherOption

Reality Check

"Reality Check" (Scene 24) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Underbrooke Blanchard Loft. It features Emma, David, Regina, Mary Margaret and Megara.[10]
513DSRealityCheck

Blocked Magic

"Blocked Magic" (Scene 10) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Underbrooke Blanchard Loft. It features Regina, Robin and Emma.[10]
514DSBlockedMagic

Reconnecting

"Reconnecting" (Scene 23A) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Acheron's prison. It features Emma and Hook.[10]
514DSReconnecting
Summary:
After rescuing Killian, Emma reattaches his hook, and says, "There's the man I missed."

Writing Wrongs

"Writing Wrongs" (Scene 8) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the nineteenth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Underbrooke Blanchard Loft. It features Henry and Emma.[10]
519DSWritingWrongs

Unappetizing

"Unappetizing" (Scene 1) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twentieth episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Underbrooke Diner. It features Hades and the Blind Witch.[10]
520DSUnappetizing

Belle of the Box

"Belle of the Box" (Scene 5) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer. It features Mr. Gold.[10]
521DSBelleOfTheBox

Two Halves

"Two Halves" (Scene 16A) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Town Hall. It features Hades and Zelena.[10]
521DSTwoHalves

Loaded

"Loaded" (Scene 16) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Cassidy Apartment. It features Henry and Violet.[10]
522DSLoaded

Season Six

Table For One

"Table For One" (Scene 7) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Zelena, Robin, Granny and Mr. Gold.[11]
605DSTableForOne

Open Sesame

"Open Sesame" (Scene 12) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in the desert of Agrabah. It features Aladdin and Jasmine.[11]
605DSOpenSesame
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Aladdin opens the Cave of Wonders, featuring additional dialogue between Aladdin and Jasmine.

Savior Vision

"Savior Vision" (Scene 25) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fifth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Storybrooke Wilderness Park. It features Jasmine, Hook, Emma, Henry and Regina.[11]
605DSSaviorVision

True Love's Light

"True Love's Light" (Scene 28) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventh episode of the sixth season. It takes place in a tunnel of Storybrooke. It features David, Snow and Regina.[11]
607DSTrueLoveLight

Strength In Family

"Strength In Family" (Scene 39) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Mills Mausoleum. It features Regina, Emma, Henry, the Evil Queen and Hook.[11]
608DSStrengthInFamily
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Henry frees his mothers from the mirror. After the queen says to Henry that she only wants what's best for him, she adds, "Remember that". After she teleports away, Henry explains to his mothers how the queen gave him the hammer so he would be forced to crush the Dragon's heart, but he remembered how she also told him never to compromise who he was, so he smashed the mirror instead. Regina assures Henry that they will get the Dragon out, and Hook and Emma share a tender moment while Henry heads off to his dance with Violet Morgan.

Silent Treatment

"Silent Treatment" (Scene 44) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Blanchard Loft. It features David, Snow and Prince Neal.[11]
608DSSilentTreatment

Collecting On A Deal

"Collecting On A Deal" (Scene 2-3-4) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the ninth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Jack and Jill's House. It features Rumplestiltskin, Jack, Jill, Jack and Jill's Son and the Blue Fairy.[11]
609DSCollectingOnADeal

Walking Nightmare

"Walking Nightmare" (Scene 27) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the tenth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Blanchard Loft. It features David and Snow.[11]
610DSWalkingNightmare

Nowhere To Run

"Nowhere To Run" (Scene 13) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Zelena's Farmhouse. It features Zelena and Belle.[11]
611DSNowhereToRun

Back-Up Plan

"Back-Up Plan" (Scene 17) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Storybrooke Sheriff's Department. It features David, Hook, Zelena, Belle and the Evil Queen.[11]
611DSBackUpPlan

Good People

"Good People" (Scene 21-22) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Mr. Gold's Cabin. It features David, Hook, Zelena, Belle, Mr. Gold and Gideon.[11]
611DSGoodPeople

Itsy-Bitsy Nightmare

"Itsy-Bitsy Nightmare" (Scene 14) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the sixteenth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Sorcerer's Mansion. It features Emma and Gideon.[11]
616DSItsyBitsyNightmare

Wedding Lasagna

"Wedding Lasagna" (Scene 7) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eighteenth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Granny, Snow, David, Emma, Hook and Henry.[11]
618DSWeddingLasagna
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Emma and her family check out Granny's Diner as a potential location for Emma and Hook's wedding. The extended version features additional dialogue with Granny, which was cut from the episode.

Growing Up

"Growing Up" (Scene 5A) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the nineteenth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Mills House. It features Regina, Henry and Zelena.[11]
619DSGrowingUp

Mightier Than A Gun

"Mightier Than A Gun" (Scene 30) is a deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Storybrooke Town Hall. It features Emma and Henry.[11]
622DSMightierThanAGun

The following is a list of unofficially released and/or unreleased scenes that were filmed and cut from the final version of an aired episode, thus rendering them not canon.

Season One

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventh episode of the first season. It takes place in the Enchanted Forest (presumably). It features Rumplestiltskin.[12]
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Summary:
An unknown scene involving Rumplestiltskin.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Maurice's Castle. It features a dove.[13]
Summary:
A dove battles its way through a storm to get to Maurice's castle to deliver bad news.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Maurice's Castle. It features Maurice, Belle, Gaston, the military advisor and Rumplestiltskin.[14]
Summary:
An extended version of the scene when Maurice discusses the Ogre Wars. It features additional dialogue, such as Gaston expressing his will to kill the ogres and Maurice believing that their offer to Rumplestiltskin was too small. It also shows Rumplestiltskin picking up Belle's book.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Mr. Gold and Billy.[14]
Summary:
Billy watches Mr. Gold and the Dove as they prepare to collect rent.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in The Rabbit Hole. It features Mr. Gold and the Dove.[14]
Summary:
Mr. Gold leaves The Rabbit Hole after collecting rent.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Dark Star Pharmacy and the Storybrooke Harbor. It features Mr. Gold, the Dove, David and Emma.[14]
Summary:
Mr. Gold receives a phone call from the Dove, and says, "Got him? Good. Slip twenty-three. I'm getting it now. Fifteen minutes." Emma talks to David, who says that he overheard Gold say something about twenty-three minutes on the phone. Emma understands that it's about the docks, and hides there, in the squad car. As Mr. Gold's car pulls up at the dock, she stops it, and opens the door, expecting to see Mr. Gold. Instead, she finds the Dove inside it, and realizes that Gold set her up.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in The Rabbit Hole. It features David, Ashley, Mary Margaret, Archie, Billy and Ruby.[14]
Summary:
As Mary Margaret is spending time at The Rabbit Hole with Ruby and Ashley, David enters the bar. Archie comes over to him and they have a conversation about David's relationship with Kathryn. David opens up to Archie about his feelings for Mary Margaret, and they watch Mary Margaret, Ruby and Ashley as they interact with the guys at the bar. One of them is Billy. David's phone is heard buzzing as he receives a phone call from Kathryn. As he goes outside to answer the phone, Mary Margaret is seen laughing with a guy, but Ruby pulls her aside. Mary Margaret says that she was just having a drink, but Ruby is sure that's not what he thinks.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Mr. Gold, the Dove, Granny, Ruby, Mary Margaret and David.[14]
Summary:
The Dove accompanies Mr. Gold to collect rent from Granny as Ruby sits Mary Margaret. David is already at a table.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Dark Castle. It features Belle and Rumplestiltskin.[14]
Summary:
An extended version of the scene when Belle breaks the cup. It features a messenger dove arriving at Rumplestiltskin's Dark Castle, bringing news about the Ogre War: The Ogres have fallen back, and Belle's family is safe. According to Rumplestiltskin, Ogres are superstitious and greedy and, with a few whispers and some gold, "the deal was done". Belle tries to escape by sneaking out the door only to find herself entering the same room though another door at the opposite side of the room. Rumplestiltskin explains to her that he took some magical precautions to prevent her from leaving.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Dark Castle. It features Belle and Rumplestiltskin.[13]
Summary:
An extended version of the scene when Bell sits down at the table with Rumplestiltskin. It includes a segment about the story of the Golden Fleece.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Dark Castle.[15]
Summary:
An extended version of the scene with Belle and Rumplestiltskin discussing the covered mirror. It features an additional line by Rumplestiltskin: "There's other reasons why a mirror might be covered".

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Mr. Gold and Moe French.[13]
Summary:
Mr. Gold deliberately misleads Emma by sending her on a wild goose chase, before he drives off with a kidnapped Moe French.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twelfth episode of the first season. It takes place in Storybrooke.[13]
Summary:
A sequence where it is explained how Emma found out where Mr. Gold was hiding Moe French.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the thirteenth episode of the first season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features David and Mary Margaret.[16]
Summary:
David meets up with Mary Margaret as she's leaving the diner. The couple walk down the street and engage in a chat. David goes in for a kiss, but Mary Margaret backs away from his attempt.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventeenth episode of the first season. It takes place in Jefferson's Mansion, in Storybrooke. It features August Booth, Emma Swan and Mary Margaret Blanchard.[17]
Summary:
An unknown scene, presumably to take place after Emma releases Mary Margaret from Jefferson's house.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the nineteenth episode of the first season. It takes place in an unknown location. It features either Frederick or Jim.[18]

Season Two

Deleted Scenes

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the seventh episode of the second season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features David and Mother Superior.[19]
Summary:
David is driving at speed down Main Street in the Sheriff's car. Mother Superior eventually gets in the car with him and they drive down Main Street together.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the second season. It takes place in Enchanted Forest. It features Rumplestiltskin and his father.[20]
Summary:
As a young boy, Rumplestiltskin sees his father leaving. Though his father says he is going to get water, Rumplestiltskin points out he does not have the pail. Rumplestiltskin figures out his father is running away and abandoning him due to debts owed to two men. Rumplestiltskin watches the two men murder his father in front of his eyes. Afterwards, they say, "Take him to the spinsters."

Season Three

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourteenth episode of the third season. It takes place in Granny's Diner. It features Archie Hopper, Henry and Regina Mills.[21]
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Summary:
Henry, with no memories from his previous life in Storybrooke, has a conversation with Regina and Archie at the diner. He has the storybook with him.

Season Four

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the sixth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Emma Swan and Hook.[22][23]
Summary:
Hook tells Emma about how how his father abandoned him and his brother when he was a child. The three of them were voyaging on a ship, and one morning the brothers awoke and discovered that their father was not in the cabin. They searched the ship in vain, and discovered that their father had stolen a dinghy while they were sleeping.

Season Five

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the first episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Mr. Clark, Bashful, Dopey and Walter.[24][25]
Summary:
The former site of Granny's Diner has been transformed into a beer garden. Mr. Clark, driving the Sheriff's car and wearing a red leather jacket similar to Emma's garment of choice, pulls up in front of the beer garden to witness a ribbon cutting ceremony with Bashful, Dopey and Walter in attendance.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the first episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Emma Swan.[25][26]
Summary:
The beer garden in front of Granny's Diner has been wrecked, presumably due to the diner landing after being transported back to Storybrooke. Emma, fully transformed into the Dark Swan, is wearing a long black robe and can be seen near the wrecked beer garden.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the second episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Emma and Hook.[27]
Summary:
An alternate version of the scene where Hook meets Emma by the Yellow Bug. This version of the scene was filmed in a different location than Marine Garage, where the meeting takes place in the actual episode. Emma is wearing one of her signature black Dark One coats; the same coat that she was wearing at the docks earlier in the episode (in the actual episode, she is wearing a simple black dress). She walks towards Hook with a sinister grin on her face and pulls him in close to her, but Hook is not impressed.

this

This (Scene 44A) is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the eleventh episode of the fifth season. It takes place in the Blanchard Loft in Storybrooke. It features Emma Swan, David Nolan, Mary Margaret, Regina Mills, Henry, and Robin Hood.[28]
Summary:
After Emma tells everyone that she plans to go to the Underworld, Mary Margaret and David volunteer to go with her. Emma tries to tell them no, but Regina tells her to stop complaining, explaining that heroes know when they need help, and that they're offering. Emma asks if Regina wants to help Hook, and Regina responds by saying that she wants to help her. Henry says that he'll be coming with them, which causes both of his mothers to instantly say no. Henry explains to them that he's both the Author and a hero now, but Emma and Regina counter with the fact that they're his mothers. Henry further points out that he took a bus when he was ten by himself to find Emma, so if he gets left behind, he'll find another way. This causes both of his mothers to back off from telling him no.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-first episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Little John, Robin Hood and Roland.[29]
Summary:
Robin Hood reunites with Little John and Roland, after leaving the Underworld. Robin hugs and kisses Roland, who asks his father about his sister.

this

This (Scene 3A) is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. It takes place in Granny's Diner, in Storybrooke. It features Henry Mills and Violet Morgan.[30]
Summary:
An extended version of the scene where Henry and Violet are reunited, with a few additional lines. After Violet offers her condolences about Robin Hood, she adds that she knew that Robin and Regina had a relationship, and says, "I'm just so sorry". After Henry thanks her, he says that he wish he knew how to make his mother feel better. Violet is sure that Henry will find a way. At the end of the scene, Henry tells Violet that his mother needs him. Violet understands, and tells Henry to go to her.

Season Six

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the ninth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Zelena's Farmhouse in Storybrooke. It features the Evil Queen and Zelena.[31]
Summary:
An extended version of the fight scene between Zelena and the Evil Queen that includes horses, huge riders, and the Evil Queen knocking Zelena off. During this, there are flying monkeys circling around them, and the Evil Queen jumps at Zelena and hurts her.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twentieth episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Hook.[32]
Summary:
A scene with Hook looking concerned as he walks fast down the street outside the pawnshop while talking to someone on his mobile phone. He then stops and kind of looks up.

this

This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the twenty-second episode of the sixth season. It takes place in Storybrooke. It features Regina Mills and Zelena.[33]
Summary:
A scene with Regina and Zelena moving back in with one another.

The following is a scene featured in a recap video, showing a short clip from a scene that was cut from the one of the previous episodes. Since footage from the scene is still used in the recap video, the information should be considered canon.

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This is an unreleased deleted scene, originally meant to be a part of the fourth episode of the fourth season. It takes place in the Storybrooke Town Hall. It features Regina and Mary Margaret.[34]
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Summary:
Regina is in her office, discussing Robin Hood's commitment to his wife with Mary Margaret.

The following is a list of facts revealed in Deleted Scenes that were (or may have been) originally meant to be canon, but were reclassified as non-canonical.[35]

Released Scenes

Some of these scenes were considered canonical in the past, and therefore may or may not fit into the canon.

Unreleased Scenes

These scenes were never considered canonical, and therefore may contradict the events seen on the show.

References

  1. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765382061318299649
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Once Upon a Time: The Complete First Season
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Second Season
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Second Season DVD (note that this scene is only included in the DVD release and not the Blu-ray version)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Third Season
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Fourth Season
  7. http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/watch-cut-scene-time-25985226
  8. http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/exclusive-elsa-searches-anna-26148956
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELkuD6zpZ2U
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14 10.15 10.16 10.17 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Fifth Season
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 Once Upon a Time: The Complete Sixth Season
  12. File:107BTS27.jpg
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 Jane Espenson's Season One DVD/Blu-ray Audio Commentary for "Skin Deep"
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 http://www.zen134237.zen.co.uk/Once_Upon_A_Time/Once_Upon_A_Time_1x12_-_%20Skin_Deep.pdf
  15. Robert Carlyle on the Season One DVD/Blu-ray Audio Commentary for "Skin Deep"
  16. http://canadagraphs.weebly.com/celebrity-blogs---ends-june-2012/once-upon-a-time-filming-scenes-in-steveston-with-ginnifer-goodwin-and-josh-dallas
  17. http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/7Llh9p0EH49/Jennifer+Morrison+Ginnifer+Goodwin+Film+Eion/browse
  18. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings/20120402abc16/
  19. http://vancityfilming.com/once-upon-a-time-return-to-steveston/
  20. 20.0 20.1 http://www.datgpodcast.abc.com/podcast/a_onceuponatime/OUT_CHAPTER17_S2.mp3
  21. File:314Promo19.jpg
  22. Andrew Chambliss on the Season Four Blu-ray Audio Commentary for "Family Business"
  23. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/633813967631024128
  24. 24.0 24.1 http://canadagraphs.weebly.com/once-upon-a-time-blog/once-upon-a-time-shoots-scenes-for-season-5-premiere-with-several-cast-members-through-out-the-day
  25. 25.0 25.1 http://freifraufischer.tumblr.com/post/124363843516/season-5-spoilers-summary (section "7/17/15 (Steveston filming)"
  26. 26.0 26.1 http://www.hollywoodnorth.buzz/2015/07/shoot-once-upon-a-times-dark-swan-jennifer-morrison-in-steveston.html
  27. http://canadagraphs.weebly.com/once-upon-a-time-blog/once-upon-a-time-shoots-scenes-for-episode-503-in-steveston-in-july-with-several-cast
    http://www.hollywoodnorth.buzz/2015/07/shoot-once-upon-a-times-captainswan-colin-odonoghue-jennifer-morrison-goes-dark.html
  28. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/674820978589999106
  29. http://tvline.com/2016/05/09/once-upon-a-time-season-5-sean-maguire-interview-robin-dies-deleted-scenes/
    http://www.whatsfilming.ca/2016/03/02/once-upon-a-time-filming-at-central-park-in-burnaby/
  30. https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/735327012638855178
  31. http://justabouttv.fr/interviews/the-happy-ending-convention-de-people-convention-interview-de-rebecca-mader/
  32. http://danceuponatime.tumblr.com/post/157551462204/best-day-ever-ok-so-he-was-on-the-phone-with
  33. https://twitter.com/SwanQueenSwen/status/922153779763601408
  34. "Breaking Glass", Once Upon a Time, ABC
  35. Some of the deleted scenes that have been considered canonical in the past no longer are a part of the Once Upon a Time canon due to Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis' decision.
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765382061318299649
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765382544661499904
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765383121495662593
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765384021849157632
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765384170973507584
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765388172515684352
    https://twitter.com/AdamHorowitzLA/status/765389516018331649
  36. Note: The character of Rumplestiltskin's father may or may not have been Malcolm by that time, as it us unknown whether they looked the same, acted the same, or were even called the same.

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