Captain Hook: [after being found out] Good for you! You bested me. I can count the amount of people who've done that on one hand.
Emma Swan: You tell me one thing. And whatever you say, I better believe it. Why does Captain Hook want to go to Storybrooke?
Captain Hook: To exact revenge on the man who took my hand - Rumplestiltskin.
Emma Swan: [arriving at a high beanstalk] Let me guess - the compass is up there.
Captain Hook: Oh, yeah.
Emma Swan: So how do we... get to it?
Captain Hook: It's not the climb you need to worry about. It's the giant at the top.
Regina: Can you teach me how to use magic to bring back the dead?
Rumplestiltskin: That's what this is about? The stable boy?
Regina: I want true happiness.
Rumplestiltskin: Then find it elsewhere, dearie. Magic can do much, but not that. Dead... is dead.
Regina: Then I am lost.
Rumplestiltskin: And I've had my time wasted. I'm sorry, but, erm, transcending death is beyond even my reach.
Captain Hook: I can't thank you enough for your kindness. Fortune, it seems, has seen fit to show me favor.
Emma Swan: An island full of corpses. You're the only one to escape. How exactly did that happen?
Captain Hook: She attacked at night, slaughtered everyone in one fell swoop. When she started ripping out people's hearts, I hid under the bodies of those who'd already been killed. Pretended to be dead myself. Mercifully, the ruse worked.
Emma Swan: So much for fortune favoring the brave.
Dr. Whale: [David punches Dr. Whale in the face] What the hell was that for?
David Nolan: Sleeping with my wife.
Dr. Whale: Kathryn?
David Nolan: Snow.
[Rumplestiltskin has ordered Regina to take out a unicorn's heart]
Regina: I can't. It's innocent.
Rumplestiltskin: Nothing is innocent.
Daniel: Stop. Just stop the pain.
Regina Mills: How?
Daniel: Just... let me go.
Regina Mills: No. No, I won't lose you again. Without you, I'm lost. Daniel! Daniel, come back to me!
Daniel: [in agony] Can't, Regina.
Regina Mills: [whispering] But I love you.
Daniel: Then love again.
The Mad Hatter: I got what you wanted.
[he holds out a glass ball]
Rumplestiltskin: [Wizard of Oz reference] What about the slippers?
The Mad Hatter: Ugh! Couldn't find them. Heard talk they've already been moved to another land.
Rumplestiltskin: That's what I needed to get to that other land!
The Mad Hatter: Well, come with me in my hat. I'm sure we can work something out.
Rumplestiltskin: No, no, your hat only transports between magical realms. I need to get to a land without magic.
The Mad Hatter: Why would anyone want that?
[Rumplestiltskin is supervising a girl practicing magic, when Regina enters the clearing]
Regina > Evil Queen: Who's this?
Rumplestiltskin: Uuh, your replacement, of course. I needed someone more dedicated.
Regina > Evil Queen: Dedicated?
[she turns to the girl, nonchalantly rips her heart out and crushes it]
Regina > Evil Queen: Now... where were we?
The Doctor: It's been a pleasure doing business with you.
Rumplestiltskin: Oh, the pleasure was mine. Thanks to your efforts, I've made my monster. Now, I do hope you'll be able to make yours.
The Doctor: I'm not "making" a monster.
Rumplestiltskin: Sure you're not. Good luck.
The Doctor: If these hearts are as strong as you say, I won't need luck.
Rumplestiltskin: Oh, just magic.
The Doctor: No. What I'm going to accomplish goes far beyond magic.
Rumplestiltskin: And yet, you need a magical heart to do it.
The Doctor: So small-minded. I need my powers to transcend the limitations of your magic.
Rumplestiltskin: This must be quite a land you hail from, if you think your abilities are more powerful.
The Doctor: They are.
Rumplestiltskin: Care to wager? I suspect someday, you'll see it my way.
The Doctor: I doubt it.
[Whale has asked Mr. Gold to reattach his arm]
Dr. Whale: You said you can do it.
Mr. Gold: Oh, yes. But there's a difference between 'can' and 'will'.
Dr. Whale: Name your price.
Mr. Gold: Say it.
Dr. Whale: Say what?
Mr. Gold: You know what. You came here, not the hospital. So say it.
Dr. Whale: [the penny drops] I need magic.
Mr. Gold: That's all I needed to hear.
[he magics Whale's arm back in its proper place]
Mr. Gold: Always a pleasure doing business with you, uh... Victor.
Archie Hopper: Stopping magic is a lot harder than starting.
Archie Hopper: If you can't let go of the past, Regina... it's doomed to haunt you.
Rumplestiltskin: [to Regina] So long as you harbor foolish notions of bringing back the dead, so long as you live in the past, you'll never find your future.
The Doctor: [of Daniel] His condition is ideal - apart from being dead, that is.
Regina Mills: I know you took Daniel's body, and you took one of my hearts. Why? WHY? Did you bring him back?
Dr. Whale: I did it.
Regina Mills: He's alive?
Dr. Whale: Yes. I brought him back. But he's not Daniel.
Regina Mills: What?
Dr. Whale: He's... he's a monster.
Mr. Gold: When they say I charge an arm and a leg, that's meant as a figure of speech.
[when Whale enters Mr. Gold's shop with a cooling box containing his arm]
The Doctor: These are all... hearts?
Regina: My mother was a collector.
The Mad Hatter: Whose hearts are these?
Regina: I have no idea. She took so many, caused so much pain, it was impossible to keep track. She was a monster.
The Doctor: It's alive.
Assistant: You did it. Victor, you did it.
The Doctor: Yes. I believe I have.
The Doctor: [to the creature] Welcome back, Brother.
Assistant: It's magic, Dr. Frankenstein.
The Doctor: No. Not magic. Science.
Mr. Gold: You want me to reattach your arm?
Dr. Whale: Can you do it?
Mr. Gold: Of course. But first, tell me why.
Dr. Whale: Because I want to use it again.
Regina Mills: It's just that magic is the way I've always gotten everything.
Archie Hopper: It sounds like it's also the way you've lost everything.
Dr. Whale: Send me back.
Regina Mills: Excuse me?
Dr. Whale: To my land. Send me back to my brother.
Regina Mills: Why don't you check the "Missing" board like everyone else?
Dr. Whale: Your curse only brought the *living*.
Regina Mills: Well, then I'm sorry for your loss. But I'm afraid I can't send anyone anywhere.
David Nolan: You're not riding today.
Henry Mills: I'm not?
David Nolan: No. There's much to learn before you hop in the saddle.
Henry Mills: Like what?
David Nolan: Well, every morning, you'll have to muck out his stall. Then you'll brush him and feed him. After school, you'll do it again. Every day, twice a day.
Henry Mills: That's not riding. That's babysitting.
David Nolan: Ah. *Horsesitting*.