The residents of Storybrooke race to stop Pan from placing another curse on the town.
Pan's plan threatens the citizens of Storybrooke's joy over Henry's return; Snow and Charming spend their honeymoon searching for a mythical being that could stop Regina.
The race to stop Pan is on as Henry's life hangs in the balance; with Mr. Gold's help, Regina decides to adopt a baby.
Pan tries to convince Henry that he can save magic and Neverland; a young Rumplestiltskin receives a magical item that could give him a fresh start with his father.
Mr. Gold and Regina send Ariel back to Storybrooke with an item that will allow Belle to locate a hidden artifact that could help take down Pan. But unbeknownst to them, two men have broken into the town with the intent to stop them at all costs.
Day three of Paley Fest 2013 finds the cast and creators of ABC's Once Upon a Time discussing details around the show.
Emma admits she's worried about Henry and not sure that she's ready to be with Neal, but her dad gives her a great pep talk.
Mr. Gold does the right thing and gives David a cure for Dreamshade poisoning, saving his life.
Snow has an idea on how to defeat the Evil Queen by turning her into stone!
Emma has Mr. Gold release Peter Pan from Pandora's Box into a world without magic, but she soon discovers that Pan switched bodies with Henry!
Rumplestiltskin and Peter Pan have a father/son showdown.
Regina tells Emma that when The Dark Curse is completely broken, her and Henry's memories of it will also be destroyed, so she gives them new ones.
Emma and Henry are forced to leave Storybrooke behind as The Dark Curse is totally undone and everyone they love will be sent back to Fairy Tale Land.
As The Dark Curse is completely undone, Emma and Henry are given new memories and a new life together. But a visitor arrives to change all that.
With his father, Peter Pan, wreaking havoc in Storybrooke, Mr. Gold, a.k.a. Rumplestiltskin, is finally prepared to do whatever it takes to stop him.
The Dark Curse will destroy Storybrooke if Regina doesn't dispel it first. But doing so requires her to lose the thing she loves most: Henry.
Pan has plans to cast a curse, making everyone slaves in a new land.