Trivia: Behind the opening title, the Huntsman's wolf guide can be seen.
Gold: Good morning, Sheriff. Sorry if I startled you.
Graham: Right. Sorry. I--I thought you were a wolf.
Gold: Did I forget to shave?
Graham: What are you doing out here so early?
Gold: A spot of gardening. Yourself?
Graham: I was looking for a...
Gold: A wolf. Yeah, I think I'm beginning to catch on.
Gold: You know, Sheriff, they say that dreams--dreams are memories ...memories of another life.
Graham: Uh, wh--what do you believe.
Gold: I never rule out anything.
Evil Queen: I always felt there were two kinds of people... wolves and sheep. Those who kill and those who get killed. And you, Huntsman, you are most certainly a wolf.
Henry: So when did the flashes start?
Graham: Um, after I kissed Emma.
Henry: You kissed my mom?!?
Snow: She picked you to take me. Why?
Huntsman: I think you know.
Snow: You're going to kill me.
Huntsman: You have good instincts.
Snow: And you have too much armor. (knocks him over)
Graham: You know, I've realized that I don't feel anything, Regina, and I know now it's not me, it's you.
Regina: So you're leaving me for her.
Graham: I'm leaving you for me.
Regina: Graham, you're not thinking straight.
Graham: Actually, for the first time I am. I'd rather have nothing than settle for less. Nothing is better than what we have.
Joshua Dallas and Raphael Sbarge are credited but don't appear.
Canada: December 11, 2011 on CTV
Sweden: February 23, 2012 on Kanal 5
UK: May 13, 2012 on Channel 5
Australia: June 26, 2012 on 7TWO
Germany: October 9, 2012 on Super RTL
Slovakia: November 16, 2012 on JOJ
Referencing the 1940 novel of the same name by Carson McCullers, about a deaf man, Josh Singer, and his four friends: Dr. Benedict Copeland, Biff Brannon, Jake Blount, and Mick Kelly. Each of them has their own troubles and fails to perceive those of Josh's. It was adapted into a film in 1968.