Once Upon a Time

Season 3 Episode 21

Snow Drifts

36
Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 11, 2014 on ABC
8.9
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The celebration of Mary Margaret and David's child is interrupted when Emma and Hook are pulled back to the past by Zelena's contingency plan.

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  • I HATE time travels!

    3.0
    I haven't watched the second part yet, however, I am pretty sure is going to suck also! Because I hated this one!



    I HATE time travels episodes! They suck! A totally unnecessary torture! Or either they are going to change stuff, which also suck because what have happened before will mean nothing, or a lot will happen just to keep it all the same, but actually different and crappier...



    So stupid! Why! Why do writers keep on doing this? Such a lack of creativity!



    I am so frustrated about this that I had to come here to review! And I never review anything!



    It is not zero because it started well and they haven't ruined anything yet!moreless
  • Brilliant!

    10
    This is a revie w of the first half of the finale only - I'll be reviewing the other half separately.



    In the first hour we got transported back in time! It was so exciting seeing everything unravel and everything needing to be put back together. I quite loved Rumple's reactions to seeing people from the future.



    We are in a bit of a predicament though - the future is now unwritten and hopefully they can put it all back together but part of me hopes this storyline goes on just a bit longer!



    Great episode!moreless
Ginnifer Goodwin

Ginnifer Goodwin

Snow White/Mary Margaret Blanchard

Jennifer Morrison

Jennifer Morrison

Emma Swan

Lana Parrilla

Lana Parrilla

Evil Queen/Regina Mills

Josh Dallas

Josh Dallas

Prince Charming/David Nolan

Emilie de Ravin

Emilie de Ravin

Belle

Colin O'Donoghue

Colin O'Donoghue

Captain Hook

Charles Mesure

Charles Mesure

Black Beard

Guest Star

Alex Zahara

Alex Zahara

King Midas

Guest Star

Mik Byskov

Mik Byskov

Black Knight Archer

Guest Star

Tony Amendola

Tony Amendola

Geppetto/Marco

Recurring Role

Lee Arenberg

Lee Arenberg

Grumpy/Leroy

Recurring Role

Beverley Elliott

Beverley Elliott

Granny

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Leroy: Ding dong.
      Granny: So she's really...?
      Leroy: Oh, yeah, that witch is done. That's a good thing. Because if that Sleeping Beauty had been a monkey a day longer, she would've had a monkey baby. Wouldn't want to change those diapers.

    • Hook: So... any ideas how to go back?
      Emma: How would I know how to get back to the future? Who do I look like--Marty McFly?
      Hook: Marty McWho?
      Emma: The kid with the lightning and the DeLorean and they went back in time and...
      Hook: Is he some sort of wizard?
      Emma: No, Marty McFly isn't a wizard.

    • Emma: That's Regina.
      Hook: Not Regina, love. The Evil Queen.
      Regina: You will help me.
      Emma: She's even worse without the sensible pantsuits.

    • Emma: She's gonna remember a glimpse of a face thirty years from now?
      Hook: The point is to minimize you making a lasting impression. Sadly, red leather jackets don't come into vogue here... ever.
      Emma: Fine. Well, the only lasting impression I'm concerned right now is what this corset is making on my spleen.
      Hook: Your discomfort is a cross I'm willing to bear.

    • Rumplestiltskin: I don't know who you are, dearie, but why don't you run off and let me enjoy my killing in peace?

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Emma: You're not going to hold him out in front of the clock tower and present him like Lion King, are you?
      Referencing the 1994 Disney animated movie The Lion King. At the beginning of the movie Rafiki, the wise baboon, holds the newborn Simba up to the gathered animals so they can look upon their future king.

    • Emma: Who do I look like, Marty McFly?
      Referencing the Back to the Future trilogy movies, starting with the first one in 1985. Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) goes back to the 1950s using a DeLorean modified by his friend, scientist Doc Brown. Late in the first movie Marty has to power up the DeLorean using a bolt of electricity so he can return to his own time from the 1950s.

    • Emma: And I'm... Princess Leia.
      Referencing one of the main characters in the original Star Wars trilogy of movies. Carrie Fisher plays Leia Organa, the initially haughty princess from Alderaan. She eventually ends up with romantic interest Han Solo.

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