|Land Without Magic Character|
|Home:|| His apartment|
Portland, Oregon (formerly)
|Hair color:||Dark brown|
|Portrayed by:||Michael Raymond-James|
|Latest appearance:||"Save Henry"|
I wanted to look for you, but I was too afraid that you wouldn't forgive me because I never forgave myself. There hasn't been a day that's gone by that I don't regret having left you.
Neal Cassidy, formerly known as the Mysterious Man, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. He débuts in the first episode of the second season. He is portrayed by starring cast member Michael Raymond-James, and is the Land Without Magic alias of Baelfire.
Neal and Emma meet in Portland when they are both trying to steal the same car. They quickly fall in love and began traveling through the country together and running cons to make money. Planning to retire from their life of crime, they choose to build a life together in Tallahassee, but Neal gives Emma the bad news he is currently wanted for stolen watches that are now hidden in a train station. Emma retrieves the watches back and they decide to meet up at a specific location after Neal finds someone to buy the watches. While doing so, Neal is confronted by August, who claims Emma is meant to do something greater rather than live a life of a thief. He shows knowledge of Neal's past persona by opening a typewriter with the words, "I know you're Baelfire" written on them. Afterwards, August tells Neal about Emma's magical history and convinces him to turn her in to the police so she can fulfill her destiny. After Emma is arrested, he runs away to Canada where he sells the watches. He asks August to send all the money plus their car to Emma, and asks August that if she ever fulfills her duty to let him know by sending a postcard. ("Tallahassee")
At an older age, Neal begins residing in New York City. August pays him another visit to inform him of his plans to help Emma break the curse. Neal dislikes the idea of his father coming to look for him when the curse is broken. Even though he and Emma can possibly reunite then, Neal doesn't think she would want to see him. Neal watches August ride off on his motorcycle and upon turning to leave, he accidentally bumps into a woman, Tamara, holding a cup of coffee, which spills all over her. He offers her his scarf to cover up the stains. They exchange numbers, start dating and then become engaged. ("Selfless, Brave and True")
When Emma breaks the Dark Curse, Neal resides in New York City, where he receives a postcard delivered by a dove. One side of the postcard reads, "Broken", and the other is a photo of the Storybrooke Clock Tower with the phrase "Greetings from Storybrooke", which is sent to him by August. ("Broken")
Neal receives a call buzz for his apartment room one day. When the person on the other line says there is a UPS delivery for him, for an unknown reason, he flees out the window and down the ladder escape. He runs away from his pursuer until they both careen into each other and knock heads. Neal is stunned to see the person chasing him is Emma. She accuses him and his father, Mr. Gold, of deceiving her. Not wanting a confrontation out in the open, Neal succeeds in getting Emma to a nearby bar where he reveals that he is, in fact, Baelfire and they discuss their past. Neal makes note of the fact she is still wearing the necklace he gave her, but Emma takes it off just then and hands it back to him. He suggests that they go their separate ways and that she tell Mr. Gold she lost him. Although Emma agrees, Neal decides to go back to his apartment as he knows what his father does to people who break deals with him. He stops Mr. Gold from threatening Emma and commands him to leave, but feels confused when he sees Henry, who he does not recognize. When Emma states Henry is her son, Neal admanantly demands to know how old he is. Henry shouts back he is eleven years old, which is the exact amount of years since he and Emma were together. He realizes the boy is his son. Mr. Gold blackmails Neal into talking with him as that is the only way to fulfill Emma's bargain. Neal tells Mr. Gold since he himself as an abandoned boy never got closure, so neither will his father either. Emma allows Neal to get to know Henry, but warns not to break his heart. ("Manhattan")
Some time later, Neal is building a quick relationship with Henry by introducing him to New York-style pizza and promising to take him to a museum. Neal tries to tell Emma something important, but their conversation is interrupted. Neal and Henry head back up to the apartment room to fetch a camera for the museum visit only to rush back to see Mr. Gold has been stabbed by Hook, who Emma has already knocked out. To everyone's surprise, Neal admits he is already acquainted with Hook. Mr. Gold tells Emma the wound inflicted on him by Hook contains poison and the only way to cure him is with magic in Storybrooke. Realizing that Hook's ship is the fastest way to get back, Neal offers to steer the ship and arranges to borrow someone else's car to the harbor. Emma curiously asks how he knows Hook and how to pilot a pirate ship, though he evasively says the land without magic is not the first world he arrived in, because if it had been, he would been over three-hundred years old by now. When they arrive next to a large car, Neal prepares to use the keys when the owner of the vehicle, his fiancée, Tamara, walks up to greet him. He introduces Emma to his future wife. ("The Queen Is Dead")
Neal pilots the Jolly Roger from New York to Storybrooke with the aid of Henry. While en route, Emma telephones David and Mary Margaret, to fill them in on what has happened. David explains to them Cora and Regina have possession of the dagger which can be used to control Mr. Gold. They arrive at the pawn shop, and once inside, Mr. Gold gives a piece of magic invisible chalk to Emma and tells her to draw a magic barrier across the door with the chalk. Neal jokes that he did not know she could use magic, and Emma chides at him for not telling her about Tamara or Rumplestiltskin is his father. When Cora and Regina reach the shop they use magic to break the barrier, and end up battling Neal, Mary Margaret, David and Emma. Cora and Regina are easily able to eject David is thrown out of the shop. After distracting Cora and Regina, Emma proceeds to draw another barrier outside the shop's back room to protect herself, Neal and Mr. Gold for a little longer. After hearing Mr. Gold's emotional phone conversation with his girlfriend Belle, Neal realizes that his father had changed. In that moment, Neal is still embittered about the past, but still loves his father. They are interrupted by Cora breaking through the barrier. Though Neal and Emma rise to defend Mr. Gold, she teleports the two away to the town forest. ("The Miller's Daughter")
After Cora's death, Mr. Gold visits the apartment to warn Neal, Emma and David about what Regina has planned for Mary Margaret. Henry is horrified about his family's possible intent to kill Regina to end the feud. Emma takes an upset Henry to the diner where Neal hangs out with him. He orders him a nice dessert, but Henry knows Neal is in on trying to sweeten him up so he does not try to get involved with Regina. Neal asks Henry to move to New York with him where he will be safer. Henry agrees, and then goes to the bathroom. Emma comes back to check up on them, and is incredulous that Neal fell for the "I'm going to the bathroom" trick; especially since Henry took his backpack with him. They try to catch up with him, and get to the mines with help from Ruby and realize Henry took dynamite to blow up the wishing well and be rid of magic. They hurry off to the well, and almost have a heated battle with Regina, but Henry manages to get everyone to stop. Henry convinces Regina to not use the spell on him, and she willingly burns the paper. ("Welcome to Storybrooke")
Henry and Emma pay a visit to Neal at his guest room at the bed and breakfast. While Neal sends Henry off to the diner and order three hot cocoas, he finds the time to tell Emma that Hook has escaped from the storage closet, and Tamara is coming to Storybrooke. Emma does not like the idea of another outsider in town, and tells Neal he should tell Tamara his true identity. The foursome have an awkward breakfast in silence, but the conversation picks up when Henry asks how the two of them met, to which Tamara briefly relates the story. Once Henry and Emma head off to elsewhere, Neal shows Tamara the book and tells her about his life in the Enchanted Forest; stating all the fairytales in the book are real. Perceiving this is a ploy to drive her away so he can get back with Emma, Tamara expresses anger and frustration at his story, and storms out. Later, in front of the sheriff department building, he witnesses wooden August die with his last words warning Emma about "her". After Mother Superior arrives and transforms August back into Pinocchio, Tamara arrives to see the workings of magic and realizes Neal is telling the truth. She decides to stay in Storybrooke for Neal. ("Selfless, Brave and True")
In the park, Neal and Henry have fun playing with wooden swords. At the end of the day, he brings home a worn out and asleep Henry. Emma tucks him into bed and then the two sit down to talk. She casually asks him if he would go back to the Enchanted Forest if there was a way, but Neal states he spent his whole life running from it. ("Lacey")
On a rainy day, he and Tamara huddle under an umbrella as they are leaving the bed and breakfast. He returns to the guest room to find Henry waiting outside. As Henry struggles for a reason for his appearance, Neal notices that he is kicking the door. Recognizing the door tactic as his own, he bursts into the room to find Emma prying open a loose floorboard. Emma explains her suspicion of Tamara as possibly being the person August was warning them about. She also harbors doubts since Tamara has a list of everyone in town and their fairytale names, though Neal replies he gave that list to her so his fiancée can come to grips with this place and his identity. Neal goes out on a limb and allows Emma to open the floorboard, but nothing incriminating is found in it. He asks Emma whether her reluctant behavior is due to Tamara being in Storybrooke. She strongly denies it and leaves with Henry. ("The Evil Queen")
Neal awakens in bed to see Tamara dressed and ready to go on a marathon training run. He tries to persuade her to sleep in, but she reasons the training is necessary so she can be prepared for the upcoming marathon. Emma confronts Neal with the news Regina is missing and goes back to pointing the finger at Tamara. Neal is still very much in disbelief even when Emma notices sand on the floor left by Tamara's shoes, which indicate she has not recently been running in the woods but near the beach. He follows Emma along to the shoreline where Tamara casually jogs up. She explains to Neal the reason for her change of jogging spots from the woods to the beach; an answer that satisfies him. After Tamara leaves, Neal tries to be sympathetic to the difficult time Emma is having in his fiancée being in town. Emma fights against his accusations that she is in any way jealous of his current relationship. When she tries to walk away, he spills out the truth about wanting to go back for her when she went to jail in his place. Neal admits he truly wished he did, but was too scared to face Emma thinking she might never forgive him as he never forgave himself for leaving her.
After figuring out Regina is trapped in the town cannery, Neal and Emma head inside the building. Via phone, David warns Emma to be on the lookout for Greg as he is trying to escape the building. Neal is relieved to hear Tamara is not involved, but his ease turns to horror when Emma unexpectedly is knocked out unconscious by her. To his shock, Tamara fully admits to lying about everything since the day they met. Though she thinks he is a good man, her job is more important. She shoots Neal in the abdomen and apologizes, though Emma kicks the pistol out of Tamara's hands. Tamara distracts them further by opening a portal. Emma almost falls in, but is pulled up by Neal. Then, Neal ends up clinging onto Emma to keep from falling into the portal. Neal urges her to let go, but Emma is more concerned that he'll die from the gun shot wound no matter what world he lands in. Terrified of losing him, she confesses her genuine love for Neal. He reciprocates his love for her and then disappears into the portal. ("Second Star to the Right")
He lands in the Enchanted Forest by the shoreline of the beach. While unconscious, three strangers, Prince Phillip, Aurora and Mulan take him back to the palace and tend to his injuries. Awakening on a bier, Neal is met with the watchful stare of Mulan. She asks who he is, and Neal responds with his name. Her companions, Aurora and Prince Phillip, rush over. Neal learns he is back in the Enchanted Forest. Aurora thinks he is a native of this land, but Mulan points out his clothes are foreign and similar to Emma and Mary Margaret's. At the mention of Emma's name, Neal informs them that he must save her. His wound is not yet completely healed, but he mentions a need to make sure Emma and Henry are alright. Aurora, having previously met Henry in the Netherworld, promises to look for him there again. As they wait for Aurora as she searches, Neal and Mulan converse. He explains that after falling into the portal, his thoughts focused on the Enchanted Forest, which brought him back. Aurora's attempt at contacting Henry is unsuccessful, so Neal goes to his father's old castle to find an item for reaching Emma and Henry.
Neal and Mulan go on foot towards the castle. Wishing to learn more about Neal's relationship with Emma, she asks why Emma never mentioned him before. Neal confesses he broke Emma's heart by letting her go to fulfill the breaking of the Dark Curse, and after it was finished with, fear of rejection kept himself from coming back to her. Mulan remarks that his belief in love wasn't strong enough to overcome rejection, which Neal says is the greatest regret of his life. Inside the castle, a man, Robin Hood, aims an arrow their way, and claims the castle is his. Neal explains the castle once belonged to the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, and he is his son, Baelfire. Robin Hood decides to trust Neal's words and believes no one would make a claim unless it were true. Additionally, he mentions being indebted to Rumplestiltskin for sparing his life in the past. After looking around for a bit, Neal picks up his father's old walking stick and swings it around to activate a hidden door. He shares knowledge of his father's enchantment of the walking stick with blood magic that only allows the caster or those of his blood to be able to use it. From within the door, Neal discovers a crystal ball and attempts to get the ball to activate by touching it, which causes no change. Mulan suggests to think about how he feels about Emma as a guide. Neal follows her instructions, and the crystal ball shows him an image of Emma in Neverland. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")
Panicking over finding another pathway to Neverland, Neal searches all over for something that could be of use, but to no avail. Just then, four of Robin Hood's allies from their group, the Merry Men, enter into the castle. From beneath the leading man, Little John, a four-year old boy, Roland, crawls out and runs into Robin Hood's arms. Neal finds out the child is Robin Hood's son, to which he suddenly comes up with the idea of how to traverse worlds. He suggests Roland can use a summoning incantation to call the Shadow so he himself can gain a pathway to Neverland. Once Robin Hood learns the Shadow is notorious for snatching away young boys and whisking them away, he is extremely resistant to the idea. However, Neal reminds him how his father saved Robin Hood's wife, which allowed her to give birth to Roland, and as such, this makes him in Rumplestiltskin's debt. Robin Hood finally relents in his decision. Roland summons the Shadow, who attempts to pull him away, but Mulan severs one of its arms. Neal quickly latches onto the Shadow and is flown back to Neverland. After a rough landing, he is greeted by Felix. The Lost Boy welcomes him home, and promises Pan will be very happy to see him. ("Quite a Common Fairy")
With his wrists bound, Neal is forced to trail behind Felix through a trek in the jungle, but begins to undo his restraints without the Lost Boy noticing. At the right time, Neal ambushes Felix, rendering him unconscious, and then makes a run for it. He sprints straight into a stranger wielding a spear. Upon stopping, he realizes, in bewilderment, it's his father, Mr. Gold, who begins accusing him of being a mirage. Neal tries to explain that he's not dead, but Mr. Gold believes he is an illusion to reminder of his failures and make him question the decision to save Henry. As Mr. Gold prepares to kill him, Neal chokes out a plea by calling him Papa. This causes Mr. Gold to loosen his grip.
Afterwards, Neal shortens the long story of his journey to Neverland by briefing Mr. Gold on the debt Robin Hood owed has been paid. From asking about Emma, he learns the last his father saw her was on Hook's ship during the sail to the island. Mr. Gold thinks Emma doesn't have the stomach to do what must be done. He also has inclinations that Neal is the same, but the latter promises otherwise. Neal realizes his father is serious about going through with the sacrifice so Henry can be saved. However, he has another idea and summons a colossal squid with a shell at a lake. After impaling the creature with a spear, they reel the thrashing squid in. Mr. Gold extracts squid ink from its body, which Neal will use to immobilize Pan with a crossbow by coating the arrow shaft. Then, they infiltrate Pan's base. Neal readies to aim and then fires the arrow, which Pan catches by the shaft in his fist. With their nemesis frozen in place, Neal goes to grab a slumbering Henry. However, Pan still has one card to play on the deck and tells Neal of the prophecy that Mr. Gold wants to keep from coming true by murdering Henry.
After the two of them have left with Henry, Neal demands an explanation from his father about what Pan said. Gold acknowledges that the prophecy spoke of a boy, presumably Henry, would help him find Neal, but ultimately is his own undoing. Mr. Gold explains this was all before he discovered Henry is his grandson. Despite that, Neal is disgusted and loses trust in him. As proof Mr. Gold changed from the past, Neal asks for the Dark One’s dagger. Though he swears the dagger is hidden in a place not even he knows where, it sounds like another empty excuse to Neal. Neal is too afraid of his father changing his mind once they go back to Storybrooke and of Mr. Gold's need for the dagger. He purposely presses a leaf coated in squid ink into Mr. Gold's palm. While doing so, he brings up a childhood wish of his father coming to save him from Neverland, but realized it was never going to happen since the dagger is more important to him than his own son. While Mr. Gold is paralyzed, Neal leaves with Henry, despite his father's warning that he won't he safe without the protection of magic.
On his own, Neal enters upon a deserted campsite and discovers some warmth left on the burnt out fire, which he believes means Emma only recently left. Pan and the Lost Boys surround him as Felix takes Henry. Neal swears he will do whatever it takes to get his son back. Pan points out the real problem for Neal is no one walks off the island without his leave. Neal boasts he already did that once before, but is left unsure when Pan reminds him where he is now and everyone is exactly where they should be. At the sound of Henry groggily waking up, Pan ushers some of the Lost Boys to take Neal away to an unknown holding location. ("Nasty Habits")
Drugged and placed in a cage, Neal slowly drifts into unconsciousness when Pan arrives to check up on him. On his orders, the Lost Boys hang the cage up next to another confined prisoner. ("Good Form")
At another time, Neal, while still in the enclosure, is brought into an Echo Cave as bait for rescue on a platform. He awakens to see David, Emma, Hook and Mary Margaret standing at the other platform end of the cave. Separated by a gaping bridge-less space between the two sections, Hook, Mary Margaret and David all satisfy the requirements of the cave by revealing a guarded secret about themselves. Subsequently, each time, one part of a bridge forms until the whole area towards Neal is cross-able, so Emma makes her way over. After checking up on him, Emma attempts to cut open the enclosure, which is all in vain, when he implies that she, too, must also follow the cave's requirement. She bends down to face Neal, who coaxes and reassures her it's okay to be honest with him. Emma tells him she felt terrified upon hearing he is alive. Recalling how they crossed paths again after so many years, Emma admits the meeting proved her feelings for him never died, even though losing him all over again caused all the pain and hurt to bubble back to the surface. She is uncertain about going through all those emotions once more and affirms her love for him will likely always be there. Yet, Emma bursts into tears while acknowledging that she had hoped he wasn't alive so it'd be easier to put him behind her than to face the pain from their relationship. In the next instant, the cage bars melt away as he and Emma warmly embrace each other.
When they reach the outside, Neal thanks everyone for their efforts in rescuing him. David thinks it's too soon for that since they still have to get to Henry. Hook fills him in about discovering his star map, which Neal promises if they can find Henry, he can definitely get them off the island. Hook instructs they should regroup with Tinker Bell first and continue on with the mission from there. He, David and Mary Margaret head back while Emma and Neal stay behind. Emma feels guilty about what she told him earlier and is sorry her feelings can't be changed. He disagrees and doesn't think she has anything to apologize for after everything he put her through. Then, Neal tells Emma his own secret; he won't ever stop fighting for her. ("Ariel")
Neal familiarizes David, Emma, Hook and Mary Margaret on a proposed tactic for taking down Pan via his shadow. Even though Neal can read the star map, they still need a way to get off the island, and will be flying out of Neverland using the Shadow. Hook interjects into the discussion to provide knowledge about the Shadow rarely being with Pan and it can exist as a separate entity to carry out his will from miles away. Since Neal knows where to look for it, Emma steps up to go with him on "shadow duty". A beat later, Hook enlists himself as well, justifying that the hike there won't be easy and they could use another veteran of the island, which makes Neal thankful for his help. While the three of them are gone, David and Mary Margaret plan to head over to notify Tinker Bell. They agree to meet back at Tinker Bell's tree house, then getting Henry and going home. Before they capture the Shadow, Neal, Emma and Hook revisit the old Lost Boy cavern. Neal rapidly begins searching for the two coconut halves and then Emma goes to fetch it from a hiding place. Once the two are alone, Hook accidentally tells him about his and Emma's kiss. Emma returns and notices some tension between the two, but Neal says nothing. They leave for a place called Dark Hollow.
On the path there, Emma lends him a weapon to cut through the tall grass, which he recognizes as his old cutlass. Hook admits giving it to Emma as a memento for Neal. Neal quips back in annoyance and continues with the search for Dark Hollow. Eventually, they enter into a light-less, windy zone with bare trees all around. Neal plans to light the candle so the Shadow will be sucked in, and then the lid can be placed on to trap it inside. Though their lanterns are out, Neal's back-up method is using a lighter. Hook tries to lend help, but Neal accuses him of trying to impress Emma. Hook tries to use the lighter, but then they both fight over it. It fumbles out of both of their hands and onto the ground a few feet away. While they go to retrieve the lighter, three shadows begin attacking them. Neal is pinned against a tree as his shadow is ripped out. Emma is left alone and lights the candle using magic, and traps the Shadow inside.
On the trek to Tinker Bell's place, Neal is sorry for his actions at Dark Hollow. To settle the score once and for all, Emma confides that if she had to choose, it'd be Henry, due to him being the only love there is room for in her life. They near the tree house just as Tinker Bell is telling David and Mary Margaret that she's not helping them until there's proof Pan's shadow has been captured. Neal, followed by Emma and Hook, straggles out of the wilderness as he triumphantly holds the rope bound coconut halves containing the Shadow. Finally, Tinker Bell agrees to do her part in the plan to take down Pan. Everyone follows Tinker Bell back into her tree house, but Neal calls Emma to stay behind. Neal accepts what Emma said earlier and thinks of Henry as the best thing that came out of them being together, which she agrees with. ("Dark Hollow")
While moving ahead to Pan's camp, a rustle from the jungle causes the entire group to assemble for battle, but it turns out to be only Regina and Mr. Gold. Regina tells them about the power of Pandora's Box while Neal's distrust reaches a pinnacle. He blurts out Mr. Gold's objective to kill Henry and prevent a seer's prophecy from coming true. Subsequently, Emma and everyone else turns against Mr. Gold by drawing their weapons. To keep him at bay, Neal forces his father to hand over the box and warns him against using magic. As they all file past to continue on, Neal cautioned by him about underestimating Pan's power. He tries for an answer concerning his father and Pan's history together, but Mr. Gold remains silent. Later, Mr. Gold offers his services to make an elixir so David can be out of Neverland's waters without dying. The catch is, as usual, his father wants a favor out of the deal, which Emma is willing to partake, but Neal can't stomach it. He strikes down the asking price by pushing Mr. Gold to help for the right reasons rather than for his own personal gain.
After Tinker Bell gains access into the perimeter of the encampment and the Lost Boys are put to sleep by Regina, neither Henry or Pan are found there. Instead, Neal frees an old friend, Wendy, and brings her back to camp to inquire about Henry. Forced to act on Pan's wishes, Wendy lies to them. Mr. Gold calls her out for not telling the truth. With some encouragement from Neal, Wendy opens up about Pan's real reason for needing Henry's heart, which is to save himself from dying and then become immortal. As a trade, Pan lives, but Henry will die.
By rowboat, Neal, Emma, Mr. Gold and Regina ascend onto Skull Rock to stop Pan. Instead, they are stopped by a barrier, enacted to keep out anyone with a shadow, blocking their path up the stairs. As Mr. Gold is the only one without a shadow, he is able to enter through. This fact surprises Neal, who had previously thought he was lying about ripping away his shadow. The box is handed over to Mr. Gold, but while he is gone, Emma and Regina use magic to block out the moon as well as their shadows. The trio rush up to the upper level to witness Henry pulling out his own heart. All three attempt to dissuade him from the sacrifice, but through Pan's manipulations, Henry chooses to give up his heart. They cry out in horror as he plunges the heart into Pan's chest, causing all of them to be thrown back from the impact, and Henry collapses. As they rush over to check up on his unmoving body, Pan rises into the air. ("Think Lovely Thoughts")
|Neal Cassidy||Emma Swan|
- Solid lines denote blood parent-child relationship
- Dashed lines denote marriage, engagement and adoption relationships and romantic relationships
- † denotes the deceased
- Milah and Captain Hook were lovers
- The casting call describes him as, "in his 20s or 30s, charismatic, sexy and mysterious, but also loyal and kind, and he's running from his past in a land full of danger."
- The casting call name for him was "Jack".
- The name "Neal" is of Irish Gaelic origin derived from the "Niall" that possibly means "champion" or "cloud".
- The surname "Cassidy" is of Irish Gaelic origin derived from the surname "Ó Caiside" that means "descendent of Caiside". By itself, "Caiside" is a given name that means "curly haired".
- The song playing on his iPod during the walk to his apartment is "Charley's Girl" by Lou Reed. ("Broken")
- His apartment is situated across the street from the back building of real-life Italian pasta supplier Piedmont Ravoli Co. Inc. located on 162 Mulberry Street in New York.
- Has many vintage items in his apartment such as an array of old radios, old microphones, classic cameras, records and record player, old pencil sharpener and old telephone. ("Broken")
- There is a sign in his apartment that reads "Cleaner & Hatters". ("Broken")
- The dream-catcher he has hanging in his apartment was given to him by Emma. ("Tallahassee")
- According to his wanted poster, he was born March 23, 1977 in New Jersey. Since Neal and Emma met in 2001, he would have been twenty-four while she was seventeen or eighteen at the time. ("Tallahassee")
- His wanted poster reads as, "Neal Cassidy has a scar on his left arm from a knife wound." ("Tallahassee")
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 http://www.spoilertv.com/2012/07/once-upon-time-season-2-role-of-jack.html
- ↑ http://www.behindthename.com/name/neal
- ↑ http://www.behindthename.com/name/neil
- ↑ http://surnames.behindthename.com/name/cassidy
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