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Emma Swan is named, in part, after the Lost island's Swan Station. Her name is also derived from the story of "  The Ugly Duckling".
 Henry gets off the bus at Gate 4, the first of the  Lost numbers.
There is a Geronimo Jackson sticker on Emma's car.  Geronimo Jackson is a fictional band on  Lost. The motif is from "  Dharma Lady", a single by the fictional band.
The time on the clock tower in Storybrooke is frozen at 8:15. It is a reference to Oceanic Flight 815.  
 Regina and Henry live at house number 108,   an important number on  Lost, and the sum of the six recurring numbers.
 There is a close-up of Emma's eye after she wakes up from the car crash. This is a recurring theme from  Lost.
 Henry's inbox contains e-mails from Mark, Daniel, Scott and Damon.  The first three are all characters from Lost. "Damon" is a reference to Damon Lindelof, one of Lost's creators.
The clock unfroze at 8:15, then chimed at 8:16.  8, 15 and 16 are three of the  Lost numbers.
During his date with Mary Margaret, Dr. Whale misunderstands and asks, "Something about you wanting 15 kids?" This is a reference to one of the Lost numbers.
 A hospital sign reads "Critical Care Pharmacology 108". 108 is an important number on  Lost, and the sum of the six recurring numbers.
Henry has Apollo bars in his backpack. This was a fictional candy bar on  Lost.
When Emma walks away in anger, a pavement sign shows the number 15.
 There is a close-up of Graham's eye as he awakens. This is a recurring theme from  Lost.
Two darts at the sheriff's station are stuck in number 8 and 15, two of the  Lost numbers.
When Emma is taking out her anger on the toaster, there is a bottle of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey on the countertop.
A box from the Hall of Records is from aisle 08, section 4. 4 and 8 are two of the  Lost numbers.
Regina's secret meeting in the woods takes place at Access Road 23. 23 is one of the Lost numbers.
 Emma crashes her police cruiser into a street sign where the roads are numbered 4 and 23.
 Emma's printout mentions the address "Dominion Street, Unit 4", a reference to the first  Lost number.
The number 23 is on a door by the entrance to the psychiatric ward at the hospital.
 The number 8 is on a door in the hallway inside the psychiatric ward.
The stranger says that his name is August. August is the 8th month of the year, and the second Lost number.
Regina tells Henry: "The occasion is I love you" when she gives him a present. Those same words are said by Penny to Desmond in Season 3.
Astrid tells Leroy that the nuns only sold 42 candles last year.
The phone record of Kathryn's call with David is listed as 8 minutes long (as  Sidney points out).
When Snow White and Red Riding Hood are looking for tracks in the woods, Red says that the one they're looking for will be, "Like, eight inches across". 8 is the second Lost number.
On Ruby's online list of potential jobs, there is a temporary position as an inventory control specialist for 8 months.
Jefferson's house number is 316, a reference to Ajira Airways Flight 316.
 At the market, when the Mad Hatter hears the price for the stuffed rabbit, he says he only has 8 coppers.
When August drives off on his motorcycle, a sign on the pavement shows the number 15.
The airplane Pinocchio is startled by has the Oceanic Airlines logo on it.  Oceanic Airlines is the airline of the pivotal flight 815 on  Lost.
 Phuket, where August traveled to, is referred to on Lost, including the similarly named episode " Stranger in a Strange Land".
August woke up in Phuket at 8:15 A.M., two of the Lost numbers.
As Emma dumps out Henry's backpack, an Apollo bar and a Geronimo Jackson audio cassette falls out.
The cover artwork on the cassette, is from " Dharma Lady", a single by the fictional band.
A sign next to the door that leads down to the psychiatric ward says "Critical Care Pharmacology 108". 108 is an important number on  Lost, and the sum of the six recurring numbers.
The number 15 is on a pavement sign when David and Mary Margaret are reunited.
 The clock tower stops at 8:15, the flight number from  Lost.
As a mysterious man holds his iPod while struggling to close the apartment window, the back of the device's case is shown have a Geronimo Jackson logo. On  Lost, Geronimo Jackson is a fictional band.
The Storybrooke clock tower shows 8:15, two of the  Lost numbers.
The illustration of the clock tower on the postcard that the mysterious man receives, shows the same time.
 Mary Margaret uses a bottle of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey to set fire to the railings.  This is a fictional brand on  Lost.
Dopey wears a Geronimo Jackson shirt. The motif is from "  Dharma Lady", a single by the fictional band.
Neal and Emma meet in Portland, a location referred to on Lost, and a reference to the episode " Not In Portland".
A Portland convenience store sells Apollo bars.
 Neal and Emma plan to start a new life together in Tallahassee, a location referred to on Lost, and a reference to the episode " The Man From Tallahassee".
According to his wanted poster, Neal was born March 23, 1977. 23 is one of the  Lost numbers, and 1977 was an important year in the Lost timeline.
Dopey is wearing a Geronimo Jackson shirt.
The Evil Queen, upon being told the battle is lost, says, "Don't tell me what we can or cannot do!" This is a spin on the mantra often repeated by Locke on Lost.
At the party, Dopey is wearing a Geronimo Jackson shirt. Geronimo Jackson is a fictional band on  Lost.
The number on a door in the corridor outside Archie's office is 4, the first  Lost number.
Exposé, a fictitious television series featured on Lost, is advertised on the television Belle is watching in the hospital as Ruby comes in to talk to her.
 The announcer of the television just before Exposé returns from a commercial is one of Lost's creators, Damon Lindelof, reprising his vocal cameo of Bill Godwin.
 Ruby gives Belle a copy of Jules Verne's . The main location of The Mysterious Island Lost is a mysterious island.
Dopey is wearing his Geronimo Jackson T-shirt.
 When Mary Margaret and David walk away from the diner in the evening, a pavement sign shows the number 15.
 Henry, Emma, and Mr. Gold take an Ajira Airlines flight, an airline that appears on Lost.
 The total time of their flight is 42 minutes; a recurring number on Lost.
The number 23 can be seen in the bar where Neal and Emma are talking. 23 is the fifth of the  Lost numbers.
According to the return address on the back of the envelope, Johanna's address is 42 Langdon Street. 42 is the sixth and final  Lost number.
Henry's off-screen babysitter is called Mrs. Cuse. Carlton Cuse was one of the show runners/executive producers of Lost.
Henry reaches level 23 while playing a video game. He also mentions reaching level 16. 16 and 23 are the fourth and fifth of the Lost numbers. (Level twenty-three is also a nod to the official Disney fan club D23.)
 Emma buys Henry an Apollo candy bar at the drug store.
 Henry informs Emma that Walsh will come over for a visit at 8 o'clock. 8 is the second Lost number.
When Emma arrives in Storybrooke, the clock tower shows the time as 8: 15, two of the  Lost numbers. The same time is on the clock in the Blanchard Loft.
There are close-ups of Henry's eyes as he remembers, a recurring  theme on Lost.
When David is talking to Emma at the hospital, the sign on the wall says "Suite 4".  4 is the first Lost number.
In Henry's newspaper, one of the classifieds shows the number 16, the fourth  Lost number. Another ad contains the number 08.  8 is the second number from Lost.
When Mary Margaret takes out her anger on her friends, she states that she's had eight hours of sleep in the last week, a reference to the second Lost number.
When Will tries to break into the library, and when Belle finds him the next morning, he's holding a bottle of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey. This was a fictional brand featured on  Lost.
There is a close-up of Belle's eye as she awakens. This is a recurring theme from  Lost.
Robin Hood's darts hit the wall near the numbers 8 and 15, two of the  Lost numbers.
The storybook page where young Regina is running away, and the page  Robin Hood finds, are number XXIII (as  Regina points out), a reference to the fifth Lost number, 23.
There is a close-up of Anna's eye as the shards from Ingrid's spell are absorbed into her body. This is a recurring theme from  Lost.
After escaping Hans and his brothers, Anna says, "I don't hear eight enormous feet, so I think we lost them." This is a reference to the second Lost number.
There is a close-up of Mary Margaret's eye after the spell is enacted. This is a recurring theme from  Lost.
In the first scene at the sheriff's station, the clock shows 8:15, a reference to the flight number from  Lost.
Ingrid says to the foster children that light will be off in fifteen minutes, a reference to the third Lost number.
Ingrid tells young Emma that there are fifteen subconscious signs or tells that a new foster child displays when they're going to run away on their first night in a new home; a reference to Lost number 15.
David pours himself a glass of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey, a fictional brand featured on  Lost.
Young Emma steals an Apollo bar from the movie goer's pocket.
 Henry mentions that Regina uses his birthday for her passwords, including the one for the ward, and, since Regina enters '815' to get into the ward in A Tale of Two Sisters, his birthday is confirmed to be August 15, or 8/15, which is a reference to the first two Lost numbers.
Dopey is wearing a Geronimo Jackson T-shirt. This was a fictional band on  Lost.
The time on the broken clock tower in the Underworld is frozen at 8:15. It is a reference to Oceanic Flight 815.
 The number on Neal's room key is 8, the second  Lost number.
The clock tower unfreezes at 8:15, and moves to 8:16.  8, 15 and 16 are three of the  Lost numbers.
The clock tower is shown at 8:16, just like in the previous episode. 
Zelena's birthday is April 15, or 4/15, two of the Lost numbers.
The number 15 appears on a pavement sign outside the Underbrooke version of the Marine Garage; a reference to the third  Lost number.
The Cashier tells Emma that the diner can't keep a cook for six weeks. Six weeks are 42 days, the fifth Lost number.
Hades says that the portal to Storybrooke will stay open for "15 minutes tops", a reference to the third Lost number.
At the end of the episode, the hands on the clock tower spin around and stop at 8:15, then move to 8:16. 8, 15 and 16 are three of the  Lost numbers.
Dr. Hopper states that Bashful is his 4:00 appointment; a reference to Lost number 4.
There are close-ups of Hook's eyes as he studies the potion bottle. This is a common theme on  Lost.
The Evil Queen asks Mary Margaret if she remembers her fifteenth birthday. The number 15 is a recurring Lost number.
If you watch closely or play it in slow motion when Gideon destroys the clock tower's clock, you can see that the time is 8:15, a reference to Oceanic Flight 815.
The time on Robin's alarm clock is 8:15, two of the  Lost numbers.
When Gideon is inside the library, the time on the clock tower is 8:15, two of the recurring  Lost numbers.
When Gideon's sword starts to glow with magic, there is a wide shot of Storybrooke Main Street, where a pavement sign outside Marine Garage says 15, a reference to the third Lost  number.
Roni looks up section 8 in the Hyperion Heights Building Codes, a reference to the second Lost number.
One of the people who signed Jacinda's petition lives at 2115 Crandall Street #8, another reference to the second  Lost number.
Roni pours Jacinda a shot of MacCutcheon Scotch Whisky, a fictional brand on  Lost.
The clock tower shows the time as 8:15, a reference to Oceanic Flight 815.
 When young Alice is looking though the keyhole, there is a close-up of her eye, a recurring theme on  Lost.
When Alice is looking through the keyhole, there is a close-up of her eye, a recurring theme on  Lost.