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This episode's story follows Sheriff Graham Jamie Dornan as he remembers his fairytale counterpart, leading to significant consequences that parallel his previous life as the Huntsman. The episode received mixed reviews from television critics, as some praised Dornan's character but were divided on the ending sequence. It was the series' mid-season finale. Emma Swan Jennifer Morrison arrives but leaves immediately because she has not forgiven him for hiding his relationship with Regina Lana Parrilla.

Emma attempts to avoid conversation, but Graham is insistent on explaining to her he feels nothing for Regina. He kisses Emma and suddenly sees a vision of a wolf, only to have Emma push him away.

Frustrated by Emma's lack of understanding, Graham, drunk, later has sex with Regina. In the middle of the night, he awakens abruptly from a dream of a deer and a wolf.

When Graham tells Regina that the dream felt like a memory, Regina tries to convince him to stay, telling him that he's still drunk, but Graham leaves. As Graham attempts to get to his car, the wolf from his visions appears next to him, startling him before it leaves. As he tries to find the wolf in the woods, he runs into Mr. Graham tells him about the wolf, and Mr. Gold suggests to him that dreams are memories from another life.

The following morning, Emma discovers flowers on the table and throws them out, assuming they are from Graham, but Mary Margaret Ginnifer Goodwin says that they were hers from Dr. Whale David Anders , with whom she had a one-night stand. Mary Margaret tells Emma that it is obvious that she has feelings for Graham, but does not acknowledge them because she is putting up a "wall" to keep herself from getting hurt.

The sheriff finds the wolf in the woods, and when he whistles, the wolf goes to him. As he pets the wolf's head, he sees himself holding a knife, about to hurt the woman he only knows as Mary Margaret. Graham pays a visit to her classroom, telling her that he believes they know each other from another life, before Storybrooke. Mary Margaret assumes that the sheriff has been talking to Henry, and while this is not the case, this gives Graham the idea to consult Henry about his book.

Meanwhile, at the sheriff's office, Regina shows up and warns Emma to stay away from Graham, apparently jealous of his connection with Emma. Graham visits Henry Jared S. Gilmore and describes his visions, to which Henry replies that he must be the queen's Huntsman.

The Huntsman was hired by the Evil Queen to remove Snow White's heart and bring it back to her, but when he does not do so, she removes his heart. Graham later attempts to explain to Emma that he could not feel anything with Regina because he does not have a heart. Graham and Emma then encounter the wolf from Graham's visions, and follow it to a graveyard and vault marked with a symbol Graham saw in his visions and in Henry's book. Looking for his heart, Graham fervently searches the vault, which turns out to be the tomb of Henry Mills.

Regina arrives to place flowers on her father's grave and is furious to find them there. Regina accuses Emma of stealing the sheriff from her, and Emma responds that Regina has chased everyone away. Graham defends Emma, and the women exchange blows. Later, while Graham cleans Emma's wounds, Regina pushes aside the stone inside the vault, which turns out not to be a tomb after all; the stone reveals a staircase. Emma realizes her feelings for Graham and the two kiss just as Regina opens a storage box in the hidden room and clutches Graham's heart, crushing it to dust, showing that she remembers being the Evil Queen.

Before he collapses and dies, Graham's last words to Emma are "I remember! In the Enchanted Forest, the Evil Queen mourns the death of her husband, Snow White's father, although she herself is responsible for his death. Snow Goodwin and the Queen seemingly comfort each other over the loss. The Queen consults her magic mirror Esposito to ask how she can kill Snow, who is beloved by the people but a threat to her bid for the throne.

She says that the king's knights will not kill his daughter, and the mirror tells her that she needs a huntsman. As Graham saw in his flashbacks, the Huntsman Dornan and his brother wolf seem to enjoy living a peaceful life in the woods. The Huntsman kills only for himself to live, and has no compassion for humans, who do not understand the wild. As the Huntsman and his wolf enter a tavern, the other patrons begin harassing him, prompting him to successfully defend himself.

His performance is viewed in the magic mirror by the Queen, who is greatly impressed. She summons the Huntsman to offer him anything he wants on the condition that he brings her Snow's heart. He agrees to this deal, in return asking for the protection of all the wolves in the Enchanted Forest. Snow and the Huntsman walk together in the forest, and she sees through his disguise and correctly guesses that he was sent by the Queen to kill her.

Snow flees, but as the Huntsman catches up with her, he finds her writing a letter, which she requests he deliver to the queen after she is killed.

The Huntsman takes out his knife, but instead of killing her, he fashions a whistle out of a bamboo stick, telling her that it will summon help and then telling her to run. The Huntsman then returns to the queen with a deer heart, hoping that she will not know the difference.

The queen asks him to read her the letter, which is an apology for past wrongs as well as a request from Snow that her stepmother rule the kingdom with compassion. The queen burns the letter and takes the box with the heart in it to store in her vault.

When she cannot open one of her storage safes, it proves that the Huntsman lied to her; the heart is not human. In late , Dylan was involved in a motorcycle accident, and hid in his house in Woodstock, NY for a good year, hence the "fat," and the moss shows the time change.

Dylan didn't really get his muse back till McLean liked Dylan as a folk singer in the early sixties more than his folk-rock style in the mid sixties. I wonder what he thinks of Dylan's religious phase! When the jester sang for the king and queen Ok, the jester's Bob Dylan. The king is Peter Seger and the queen is Joan Baez. These were the two big names in folk at the time early '60's. During the Newport Folk Festival in , Dylan was honored to play his own set and then combine with these two legends to sing his song "Blowin' in the Wind.

On the cover of the Dylan's "Freewheelin'," he is seen also in a red windbreaker. This cover also resembles a famous picture of Dean. And a voice that came from you and me. This means two things. Dylan was the spokesman for the 60's and he was and 2. Oh, and while the king was looking down This could mean two things; Pete Seger remained a traditional folk singer, while Dylan was constantly reinvented himself and therefore became unbelievably popular.

This could also be a reference to Elvis the King of rock and roll , because he joined the U. Army and reportedly dropped his soap everyday in the shower. The jester stole his thorny crown While Elvis was in the army, Dylan took his spotlight and changed the whole music business.

The thorny crown is the price of fame, and is referenced with Jesus's thorny crown before he was murdered. The courtroom was adjourned, no verdict was returned This deals with the Kennedy assassination. Lee Harvey Oswald was never convicted because he was murdered. And while Lennon read a book of Marx This is about the Beatles music becoming political.

Many American adults thought the Beatles were bad for the American youth, especially after Lennon's remark in about Christianity. He said "Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue with that; I'm right and I will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first: The quartet practiced in the park The quartet was the Beatles there were four, not including if Paul McCartney is really dead!

It was practicing 'cause their music would grow after they stopped touring their first project after this was "Sgt. Pepper" which is considered the best album of all time. And we sang dirges in the dark, the day the music died. A dirge is a funeral song. And remember- "Dark" rhythms with "Park". Helter Skelter in a summer swelter Charles Manson is one of the most dangerous cereal killers ever his favorite was coco-puffs.

In the summer of , he massacred an entire family 'cause of the Beatles song "Helter Skelter," which appeared on the white album. He thought that the Beatles were warning America about the racial conflict and it was "coming down fast.

Manson wrote the title of the song on the wall in blood after committing the murders. Also, he thought in "Revolution 9" that Lennon was saying "rise" instead of "right," thought the line "They need a damn good wacking" from "Piggies" was telling him to kill people and the "Hollywood Song" in "Honey Pie" was about him 'cause he lived near Hollywood. He was dropping too much acid and thought the Beatles were talking directly to him and told him to kill those people.

The Byrd flew off with to a fallout shelter The Byrd's were a popular folk-rock group, with the huge cover of Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man," in One of the members was arrested for possession of marijuana and a fallout shelter was another name for a rehab program. A strange note is that Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man" appeared on his "Bringing It All Back Home" record, and on the lower left corner of the cover is a fallout shelter sign. Eight miles high and falling fast.

The falling fast part is probably about the fact that the Byrd's abandoned folk-rock for country music with the album "Sweetheart of the Rodeo," in Then landed in the foul grass Foul grass meaning marijuana. The players tried for a forward pass Here the football metaphor starts. The players are the protesters in the 60's. The forward pass was their movement to change the situation they were in, full of government corruption.

With the jester, on the sidelines in a cast. In late , while riding near his house in Woodstock, NY, he briefly glanced into the sun and lost control of his bike. When he went to brake, they locked up on him and sent him flying off the motorcycle. It took him about 9 months to recover or was he just pregnant and trying to hide it from the world???? Now the half time air was sweet perfume Flower Power, groovy baby! While sergeants played a marching tune Sgt.

Pepper, Beatles, , recently named the most influencal album of all time. First ever concept album. First to have lyrics printed on the back. First to have a design on the protector of the record. Included an elaborate cover design and cut-outs. As far as the music goes, it had drug references in Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, sitars, animal sounds and studio trickery.

In the song "Being for the Benefit of Mr. In "A Day in the Life" which was banned from the radio 'cause of the drug reference line "I'd Love to Turn You On" , after the piano cords die out, there is a minute of silence, followed by a high pitched sound by the request of John Lennon, especially to annoy the family dog , then a loop of Beatles gibberish to make the owners of the LP think that the needle had stuck!

What was I talking about again? We all got up to dance, but we never got the chance Oh yeah, American Pie!! That's a good song In , at the Chicago Democratic convention, protesters rioted, and some were beaten by the police. It is now known as the days of rage. The marching band refused to yield The Beatles had some anti-violence songs that made protesters think twice about the way they were acting. Do you recall what was revealed, the day the music died. So what was revealed? Evil says in Austin Powers, "Face it, freedom failed" or more accurately, the protests failed.

The government is more corrupt now then ever before. McLean wasn't a big 60's fan and here is putting down the efforts of the failed generation. It took place at Woodstock actually Bethel because that's were Dylan was hiding, and they were hoping he would come out and play.

Unfortunately he turned it down for the "Isle of Wright" concert. A generation lost in space The moon landing was of course in , David Bowie's "Space Oddity" was released which was about 'major Tom' who got lost in space , there was a TV show called "Lost in Space" and this is a drug reference, the 60's are generalized by saying everyone in the entire world was on acid.

With no time left to start again It took them a whole decade to get to this point, the generation's time was quickly fading. McLean thinks they wasted most of there time on drugs. In this song, McJagger compares himself with Jesus.

This line comes from the nursery rhyme that has the line "Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack jumps over a candlestick. The Stones sold out to the devil. Their only comeback to the Beatles "Sgt. Pepper" was their album "Their Satanic Majesties Request. Was it really worth celebrating the devil? Oh, and as I watched him on the stage No, it wasn't.

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