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A trigger is hit, so Storybrooke is at risk of being sucked up, and Regina makes a heroic sacrifice for Henry.
In flashbacks we take a trip to Neverland and Tamara breaks into Regina's home to take magic beans.
Emma and Henry bond by spying on Tamara, and Snow tends to a disguised Regina's wounds.
Lamar's heart attack brings Rayna to his bedside, Watty confesses a long-kept secret and Juliette is just terrible.
We meet Neal's fiancée Tamara and August, now fully wooden, struggles with his past misdeeds.
We go back to Storybrooke's beginnings, Snow grapples with her guilt and Henry plays with explosives.
Rose McGowan appears as a young Cora who falls for Rumpelstiltskin on her path to power.
Snow is reunited with Johanna, her maid from childhood, while Cora and Regina seek Rumpelstiltskin's dagger.
Rayna and Teddy's divorce is official and the paparazzi pouches; Juliette throws Deacon a birthday bash.
Rayna dreads giving her daughters the divorce talk, Juliette separates herself from her juvenile image.
Gunnar and Scarlett shack up, Rayna and Teddy reach a breaking point in their marriage and Juliette ditches the glitz.
In episode one, Max seeks revenge against the group members; In episode two, the gang crashes a bridal convention.
We flashback to Dr. Frankenstein in black-and-white, and an injured outsider has the townsfolk on edge.
Rayna and Juliette kick off the tour, Gunnar's brother gets out of prison, Teddy wins an election.
Juliette gets hastily married, while Rayna's marriage crumbles, and the two join forces for a cross-country tour.