Emma in the pilot. Under the guise of an internet date, she confronts a married embezzler, who tries to run away. She crosses busy traffic (In heels!) to get to where he had parked his car, which she had booted. When he smarts off to her, she slams his head against the steering wheel. This is her first scene in the whole series, mind you.
The clock starting to tick.
Regina's speech about how the adoptive parent is the real parent, villain though she may be.
Snow White's Defiant to the End moment with her stepmother, knowing her child escaped. "Good will always win."
Episode 2 - The Thing You Love Most
Emma cutting down half of Regina's apple tree after she had Emma framed and then threatening that if Regina keeps coming after her she'll cut down the rest of the tree.
The ensuing conversation When Regina discovers Emma in her backyard:
In the second episode when you first realize the epic Batman Gambit Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold is playing you can't help but be impressed. It gets even better when you realize there may even be a Memory Gambit involved. Do we have the show's first Magnificent Bastard here?
The Evil Queen's battle with Maleficent, telekinetically throwing dozens of weapons at her unicorn so her guard would be down, then wrapping a chandelier around her.
Episode 3 - Snow Falls
Snow White being able to fend off Prince Charming during Episode Three and giving him the scar that makes him easily recognizable.
Episode 4 - The Price of Gold
Emma's conversation with Ashley in Episode 4
Emma: Screw 'em Ashley: What? Emma: Screw. Them. How old are you? Ashley: Nineteen Emma: I was eighteen. Ashley: When you had a kid? Emma: Yeah. I know what it's like. Everybody loves to tell what you can and can't do. Especially with a kid. But ultimately, whatever you are considering on doing, or giving up, the choice is yours. Ashley: It's not exactly what you might think it is. Emma: Never is. People are gonna tell you who you are your whole life. You just gotta punch back and say "No, this is who I am." Want people look at you differently, make them. You wanna change things? You have to go out there and change them yourself - because there are no fairy godmothers in this world.
Emma's logic on why Ashley should keep her baby.
Episode 5 - That Still Small Voice
Archie standing up to Regina about Henry's treatment, especially the bit about how a child's therapist can be very influential in determining the best place for a child in a (potential, hypothetical) custody hearing. Booyeah.
Archie, darling! You grewaquad when we weren't looking! It's the first time anyone other than Henry, Emma, or Gold has told her off!
Archy: Or what? You'll destroy me? You'll do your worst? Because I will always do my best!
When Emma rescues Archie and Henry from the collapsing elevator. She has Henry safe in hand, the elevator is going to fall with Archie still inside. They're saying hasty farewells before it drops, and the moment borders on a Tear Jerker when Archie uses his umbrella to hook onto Emma's gear at the last second.
Regina finding out Emma is now the town's deputy:
Regina: This is now official town business, you're free to go. Emma: Actually I work for the town now. Regina gives the Sheriff a look Sheriff: She's my... new deputy. Regina: They say the mayor is always last to know. Sheriff: It's in my budget.
Episode 6 - The Shepard
The future Prince Charming, now just a humble farmer forced into heroics, kills a dragon by using his smarts, after all the knights who were talking down to him get roasted by relying on strength alone.
Even better, the technique he used to outsmart the dragon was one that he'd perfected in his work as a shepherd. Take That, arrogant knights.
Episode 7 - The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
Regina and Emma getting into a fistfight at Regina's father's tomb. Immensely satisfying to see Regina finally get some manner of come-uppance for her actions (and if you're a fan of Regina, she whacks Emma a pretty good one as well).
It also nicely averts the TV standard catfight or avoidance of females fighting or females being unblemished by fighting. The two of them pull out nice solid punches hard enough to cause visible injury.
Graham's break-up speech to Regina just before that. Talk about standing up for himself for the first time in decades.
Graham: 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.
Episode 8 - Desperate Souls
Mr. Gold's Batman Gambit to get Emma elected sheriff. First he makes her look like a hero by setting a fire she can save Regina from, and then gets the townspeople to admire her even more by getting her to suspect him, and denounce his actions at a public debate.
Emma standing up to Mr. Gold and going the heroic route. Not many people have the courage to stand up in front of half the town and tell them that the thing they love her for was fake, but Emma had so much courage that Mr. Gold planned on her doing just that.
Plus, Emma's declaration after the fire that she would save Regina every time, because that's what good people do.
Episode 10 - 7:15
Grumpy's declaration that he wants the pain of his lost love, however bad it feels, because "It makes me who I am. It makes me Grumpy."
Also a Tearjerker when we learn just how true that is: he used to be named Dreamy until he was forced to give up on his love for Nova.
Snow White threatening to start a fire if the king and his men didn't let Grumpy go.
Stealthy, the eighth dwarf. Just days before the prince's wedding, security at its highest, and he stages a break-out from the king's darkest dungeons. And he wears a beret.
Episode 11 - Fruit from the Poisonous Tree
Regina may be evil, but it's still pretty impressive how she pulls not one, but TWO Batman Gambits in ''Fruit From the Poisonous Tree". As Regina, the entire thing with Sidney Glass turning on Regina and trying to expose her ends up with cementing Sidney as someone Emma can trust, allowing him to spy on her, with the added bonus of making Emma look like a fool in front of the town for attacking what ends up being Regina's proposal for a playhouse. And back in the fairy tale land, Regina seduces the Genie, gets him to murder her husband, and then set him up for the blame by having him use vipers that come from his hometown. Regina might tend to not be very subtle, but in this episode, we learn that she might just have the trappings of a Magnificent Bastard after all.
Episode 12 - Skin Deep
Mr. Gold confirming that he knows he's Rumpelstiltskin, and remembers everything.
YMMV but the scene was in Regina's power. But the Oh Crap on her face sells it how dangerous he still is.
Especially when you consider that he may or may not know about the promise Regina made him.
Previously, Rumplestiltskin had only done a few small tricks. Here, a king makes a deal with him to end the war, and Rumplestiltskin says "Okay" and the war is over.
The price for the war's end? Belle. That's how much Rumplestiltskin wanted her, even before he fell in love with her.
Rumplestiltskin doing to Gaston what we wish Disney's Beast could have done to his.
Mr. Gold coolly ruining the business of the man he believes responsible for Belle's death. And then, when he tries to return the favor, Mr. Gold somehow manages to tie him up in the back of his own repossessed van, takes him out to a cabin, and absolutely wails on him.
This episode is the most out-of-control we've ever seen Mr. Gold. Yet it's revealed that by the time he's through, he manages to strike up a deal with Regina, starting the 'Nolan disappearing' scheme that drives the rest of the season's 'real world' plot, a scheme he planned on betraying in the first place. Effectively, he creates a scheme that takes Regina's mook Mr. Glass off the board, at the same time as he's getting out of a jail sentence, drawing Emma closer to the truth, making Regina trust him.All while coolly eating an apple.
Episode 13 - What Happened To Frederick
Kathryn slapping Mary Margaret when she finds out about the affair between her and David. It's a painful and sad situation, yes, but one must admit Mary kind of had that coming.
Leroy cutting the power to force everyone to buy candles, saving the nunnery.
Episode 15 - Red-Handed
Red ate her boyfriend. Huge tear jerking horrific imagery aside, Little Red Riding Hood just ate her boyfriend. That was a giant holy crap moment.
Red's grandmother for being bitten by the wolf and stares it down! It might be because she's related to the wolf, but the wolf had just finished eating her dad and all of her brothers, so the only other explanation is that Granny fended off The Big Bad Wolf through sheer force of will!
Snow White: Sooo, your granny's kind of intense...
Episode 16 - Heart of Darkness
Red staying behind and turning into the wolf to give Charming a chance to catch up to Snow.
Later, we see one of the guards has claw marks on his face, making him the only character besides Granny to survive an encounter with The Big Bad Wolf.
Grumpy informing Snow White that he and the other dwarves are all going to help her get James back. "Let's show that king what Snow White and Seven Dwarves can really do!"
Rumpelstiltskin manipulating the situation between Snow White and James to finally get his hands on a bottle of Love.
For that matter, he's got a very nice collection even before that.
Episode 17 - Hat Trick
Mary Margaret instinctively pulling out her Snow White fighting skills to knock Jefferson out the window.
Earlier in the same episode, after Emma is drugged and tied up, she gets herself free within seconds of waking up.
Regina walks into the Sheriff's office with a smug grin on her face, certain that she had gotten Mary Margaret to escape. Instead, she sees Mary Margaret in her cell, nonchalantly reading a newspaper. But what tops it off is MM's equally smug greeting of "Madam Mayor."
Rumplestiltskin: I called a truce in the ogre wars. I walked into the middle of the field of battle, and it ended. And I brought the children home.
Mr. Gold revealing to Regina how he used her Exact Words against her in the deal about Kathryn, and has controlled things so that all the evidence points to her.
The Blue Fairy's calm and serene response to Rumple blaming her for Baelfire going through the portal without him. Sure, she's equally magical, but it's a stark contrast to the reaction of every other person in the enchanted forest.
Emma declaring that the gloves are coming off in their rivalry, actually cutting Regina off, and declaring that she is going to make this a fight.
Episode 20 - The Stranger
Regina tells Henry that she is transferring him out of Mary Margaret's class. Henry says to Regina's face that she framed Mary Margaret, she will lose, Snow White will have a happy ending, and good will win. Oh, and he's not transferring classes.
Mr. Gold figuring out exactly who August is and getting his father to show up at the shop at exactly the right time to confirm it.
Henry proving he has a set of Brass Balls by taking the poisoned apple turnover from Emma and gobbling it in front of her in a form of Heroic Suicide to not just save her life, but prove to her once and for all that he's not making up the curse.
Likewise, grabbing the steering wheel to avert Emma's ill-conceived kidnapping attempt. Suicidally brave, and willing to give up his own chance at happiness and escape for the sake of everyone else? The kid definitely takes after Grandma Snow and Grandpa Charming.
Snow White and the dwarves' attack on King George's castle, which a big chunk of the budget had clearly been reserved for.
The fairies putting the guards to sleep. Who knew fairy dust could make such loud explosions?
The townspeople's uprising against Regina. Even though it's All Just a Dream, you can see that Regina is genuinely terrified of them now that they know what she's done.
Mr. Gold tweaking the curse so that Emma dying means the curse is broken.
Episode 22 - A Land Without Magic
The Huntsman frees Charming, gives him his weapon and provisions, and then proceeds to blatantly lie to the Evil Queen about what happened. This is well after she's made it clear what will happen if he crosses her.
Emma's fight switching back and forth with Prince Charming's battle, as both must fight Maleficent in her dragon form. Bonus epic for Emma finishing the battle by tossing her father's sword into the dragon's heart in the same manner Maleficent was defeated in the original movie.
Also, the fact that Emma pulls a gun on the dragon, despite the fact that it doesn't work.
Prince Charming cut Rumpelstiltskin with a sword. On the face. Rumpelstiltskin even seemed shocked for a brief instant.
Especially since we know that with all of Rumpel's power, Rumpel was playing around until he could get Charming to listen. He wasn't expecting an actual fight.
Charming asserting himself and getting in Whale's face for leading the angry mob. This gets a look of newfound respect from his long-lost daughter, who only knew him as weak-willed David Nolan.
Snow fighting off the wraith, and saving Regina, with a cigarette lighter and hairspray. It's even more awesome when you realize she saved a woman who's held a grudge against her for decades and wanted to kill her as well.
Prince Phillip sacrificing himself to the wraith so Mulan and Princess Aurora could live.
It was particularly awesome when Henry walked in on Regina about to kill David with her newly acquired magical powers and stopped her.
A minor but still potent one for Belle, in that she makes Gold promise not to take revenge against Regina for imprisoning her. This is the woman who had her locked away in an asylum for 28 years. Granted, he was as much angry that Regina lied to him out of spite but Belle still made him swear not to seek vengeance. Why? Because she wants him to be better than that. Doesn't work, but still...
Episode 2 - We are Both
Regina'sdelightfully hammy entry into the room and subsequent pwning of Granny, Grumpy and everyone else there was fairly Badass in a villainous way.
Red should also get a mention for her efforts in "We Are Both," being the only one to walk forward and ask Regina, who has just used her magic on everyone trying to deal with her, what she wants. She also delivers a bit of a What the Hell, Hero? to Charming to make him realize that he needs to focus on the town and Henry, instead of burying himself in his efforts to retrieve Snow and Emma from the Enchanted Forest.
Charming convincing everyone in Storybrooke to stay and reminding them that their Storybrooke selves are still a part of them, basically saving everyone from destroying themselves.
Quickly followed by his storming into Regina's house to get Henry back, broadsword in hand. It's shiver-inducing to see him carrying it while dressed as David.
Awesome moment for Josh Dallas as an actor, because despite the costume change, it's obvious that that is Charming walking in, not David.
Henry surrendering himself to Regina to protect the townspeople from her.
And escaping immediately after! It fails, but it's still awesome that he had a plan in place.
Regina fighting off Cora's magic and getting her revenge on her mother, by pushing her into the magic mirror.
Snow judo flipping over a revenge-crazed Aurora who put a knife to her throat from behind.
Emma using gunpowder from one of her bullets and lighting it, setting the magic wardrobe on fire, essentially sacrificing her only chance to return to Storybrooke so that Cora wouldn't use it to go after Henry.
Episode 4 - The Crocodile
Belle telling both Rumpelstiltskin and her father where to go. No one decides her fate but her.
Rumpelstiltskin showing off his magical ability and saving Belle.
Emma with the help of Hook knocking out the giant the first time with poppy dust. Then after he awakens, capturing him with his own booby trap and getting him to give her his magic compass. And finally getting him to detain Hook for ten hours while she gets back down the beanstalk. Emma just pretty much rocked in this one.
Episode 7 - Child of the Moon
King George tries to shoot a wolfed-out Ruby. Granny shoots the gun out of his hand with her crossbow, then says that the next one "goes between [his] eyes." Do notmess with her granddaughter.
Allow me to reiterate. Granny shot a gun out of King George's hand. A split second before he would have murdered Ruby in cold blood, after framing her and tricking her into believing that she killed Billy. With a crossbow.
David gets points for having enough faith that Ruby won't kill him in wolf form that he goes up to her, unarmed, and talks her into letting him get close enough to give her her cloak back.
Crossing over with Heartwarming, the fact that Ruby was willing to hand herself over to King George and get killed in order to protect the people she cares about.
Granny with a welding torch. Just...yes.
After everything George has done in this episode, David finally gets to punch him in the face. If that doesn't make you cheer, nothing will.
Quinn steals Red's cloak. She begs him not to destroy it. As soon as he says that he knows she's a wolf, she stops begging and immediately kicks his ass.
Henry taking control of the fiery nightmare he and Aurora have been trapped in, allowing him to communicate with Emma and Snow.
Episode 8 - Into the Deep
Aurora sassing Cora.
This deserves elaboration. Aurora has been kidnapped by the most powerful evil sorceress in history. She's chained up in a pit and confident that the others will not give up their way home to get her back. Not only is she not afraid, she snarks at Cora without so much as batting an eyelash, and then mocks her for losing the compass in the first place. To her face.
And then she immediately sees through Cora's "offer" to tell her how to bring Phillip back with dark magic, knowing that kind of magic always has a price too high to pay. And responds to the bait by kicking a wooden plate into Cora's shins and telling her she's not that stupid and she will never betray the others.
Hook adds himself to the Magnificent Bastard list as he flawlessly plays Aurora to get her under Cora's control.
Episode 9 - Queen of Hearts
Emma versus Hook. It look like she's losing the entire time... and then she gets the compass and starts kicking his arse.
Kurt Flynn telling Owen to haul ass in a Heroic Sacrifice and fighting off both Regina and Graham for the kid to get away.
Also calling Regina out on her bullshit, saying that even if she has everyone else in the town wrapped around her finger, she can never have Owen.
Henry pulling one over on Baelfire and running off into the woods, grabbing some dynamite and running to the wishing well in order to cut the knot and destroy the town's magic. It didn't work, but that kid still has more balls than a Krogan warship for trying.
Owen getting it all on video without getting caught. Agent Mulderwishes he was that guy.
The fact that Rumple is able to stop Regina from hurting Snow by just standing there. No shouting. No fancy magical display. Just the knowledge of what he's capable of is enough to make Regina back down.
Episode 18- Selfless, Brave and True
Mary Margaret firing off arrows while listening to "Bad Reputation" by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
August standing up to Tamara after learning about her ill intent regarding Storybrooke. After years of being cowardly and dishonorable, he finally decides to stand up for other people.
Tamara could easily have just come off as a Smug Snake it's impossible to care about after the other great villains the show has given us. But then she shows her stuff by standing her ground as the Dragon starts going One-Winged Angel on her, and interrupting it with a taser.
Episode 19 - Lacey
Rumplestiltskin shrugs off being shot by Robin Hood like a boss.
Belle knows by now that Rumple is dangerous - he's been straight up torturing Hood, after all, and she's been forced to clean his blood - but she still frees Hood without a second's thought, regardless of what happens to her.
Robin himself, stealing from the Dark One to save Marian. Most people would have summoned Rumple and begged for his help, usually getting roped into a deal that ends up screwing them over. But Robin had the balls to break into the Dark One's house and take what he needed, consequences be damned.
Episode 20 - The Evil Queen
This is from the promos before the episode, but the monday before the episode aired, Disney released this to chronicle all the Evil Queen has done in her life. Regardless of what happens in the episode, it's still awesome.
Snow White saving the disguised Regina, showing more impressive fighting skills than ever before.
Snow quickly deducing that the peasant girl is a disguised Regina and immediately aiming an arrow at her.
After a run of incompetence, Hook regains Magnificent Bastard status by completely playing Regina.
And telling her to her face how he's going to play her. Granted, he dismisses the plan out of hand but still...everything he said was exactly what he did.
An Offscreen Moment of Awesome comes when Hook casually mentions that Owen and Tamara also quickly managed to take down Maleficent, who had become a virtually invincible shade after her Dragon form was previously "slain" by Emma.
Henry on the tire swing being watched by Gold...and Gold being watched by a scowling Granny with a crossbow. An old lady with no magical powers is brave enough to go up against the town's most powerful magician. Never Mess with Granny indeed!
Regina is struggling to slow down the trigger. Then Emma adds her power, and they do more than slow it down; they shut it off completely.
Even more awesome is the fact that Regina held it off as long as she did one day after being brutally tortured.
The fact that The Evil Queen, Rumpelstiltskin, Captain Hook, Snow White, Prince Charming, and the daughter of the latter two are all going to work together to save Henry. Admit it, in your wildest dreams, you never imagined this team-up.
Not to mention the relationships involved to and through Henry. Hook (even though not related to Henry) had an affair with Bae's mother (Henry's paternal grandmother). Regina is Henry's adopted mom/step-great-grandmother. Rumpel, Snow, and Charming are his grandparents. Let's face it - Henry really is everyone's Morality Chain.
Episode 1 - The Heart of the Truest Believer
Emma telling her parents that while she appreciates them trying to be parents, they're her age and she's just as experienced as they are.
Snow calling out Regina and then punching her in the face.
The crew repels the mermaid attack.
And Charming's Pre Asskicking One Liner. "I will not be capsized by FISH!" (doubles as a funny moment) before using a cannon.
Emma figuring out that it was the crew's anger, not the mermaid's magic, that was causing the storm. She performs a Heroic Sacrifice by throwing herself into the water, forcing the others to stop fighting and unite to rescue her.
The speech at the end where Emma declares herself the leader and demands that everyone put aside their differences and work together, and if not, then get out of her way.
We gotta give props to Henry. Peter, for whatever reason, decides to teach Henry to shoot a crossbow. Henry was suppose to shoot an apple off of Felix's head. What does Henry do? Tries to shoot Peter. It fails, but that took some serious balls.
Also considering; Henry probably wasn't even trying to kill Peter. Henry is a combination of Rumplestiltskin's smarts, with the morals of a knight of Camelot, he didn't shoot to kill. By shooting Peter he managed to discern that shooting Peter wouldn't work even at close range, and if he had actually hit Peter, he would have found out either A) that Peter is unkillable, or B) that Peter has an antidote to the incredibly dangerous poison on the arrows (or C, of course, that Peter can be killed by the poison and therefore no longer his parent's problem). That's arguably more badass than trying to kill him.
The fact that Peter caught the arrow, with no concern whatsoever, was one. It reinforces the vibe that Neverland is his turf, and he's practically invincible here.
This is the episode that cements Felix has nerves of steel. In one of the previous episodes he was sent to deliver a message to Rumpelstiltskin. Many fans though he was being cocky and didn't realize just who he was talking to. But this episode shows that he really doesn't give two shits about any of the potential danger around him, and not in a cocky way. He's just genuinely not afraid. Hell, he was smiling when he was waiting for Henry to potentially/accidentally kill him while trying to shoot the apple off of his head.
Neal's method of getting to Neverland, with fantastic teamwork between him, Mulan, and Robin Hood despite their having just met.
Robin being probably the most unfailingly heroic and charitable man in the show, by helping a complete stranger, the Son of Rumplestiltskin no less, save his family without any gain for him at all and at great risk to his own family. And then offering Mulan the position of the first woman to join the Merry Men.
The writers having the guts to make Mulan a lesbian, in a show based on children's stories.
Episode 4 - Nasty Habits
Neal escaping from Felix by untying the knot he was in and then knocking Felix out cold
Felix: You may have grown up Baelfire,but it appears you've grown up stupid.
Neal: I have grown up. Now I don't if I'm stupid or not,but I do know I know how to tie an overhand knot *knocks Felix out*
And then he tricks his father into getting the same ink on his hand to protect Henry from him.
Pretty much the entire episode proved how great Neal is.Almost every scene he was in he displayed his Genre Savviness about Neverland and proved that even though he's grown up since his time being there he definitely learned a few things and is definitely not a pushover
Episode 5 - Good Form
Killian, realizing how corrupt his king is, renounces him and declares himself a pirate with a Rousing Speech that gets the entire crew on his side.
It's undoubtedly morally grey, but Regina ripping out the Lost Boy's heart and getting him to give Henry a message was ruthlessly effective.
Episode 6 - Ariel
Ariel stabbing Regina in the neck with a salad fork. Or mini trident, if you prefer.
Lana Parilla's uncanny impression of Pat Carroll's Ursula.
The real Ursula letting Regina know just how much she appreciates being impersonated.
Regina, fed up with the Charmings, taking off and teaming up with Rumplestiltskin.
Regina choking Rumplestiltskin's vision of Belle, revealing it to be Pan's shadow.
Regina: What is this? Amateur hour? Did you really believe that was Belle?
Rumplestiltskin: Why are you here?
Regina: Well, for starters, it appears I'm saving your ass.
Episode 7 - Dark Hollow
Emma trapping Pan's shadow by lighting a candle with magic, using a trick Regina had just taught her.
John and Michael Darling unflinchingly driving into Storybrooke just as the protective spell comes down and shears off the back of their car.
Gold has Pandora's Box stashed away in his shop. One can only speculate on how he got such a powerful item, but it's pretty awesome.
Episode 8 - Think Lovely Thoughts
After The Reveal that Peter Pan is Rumpelstiltskin's father, the two have a confrontation where Pan tries to tell Rumpel that they're Not So Different. Rumpel's response is basically that as terrible as his behavior was with Bae, he was still a better father than Pan.
Rumpelstiltskin goes to rescue Henry from Pan. Regina has this to say to him:
Regina: Listen closely, Gold. If you don't return here with my son, I'll make whatever Pan has planned for you look like child's play!
Regina and Emma pooling their magic to block out the moon.
Neal shutting down his father's attempt to haggle over a way for Charming to leave Neverland, telling him to do it just because it's the right thing to do. And Rumple immediately agrees.
The reaction the other characters have when Rumple first rejoins the group and Neal tells everyone that Rum is there to kill Henry, not save him, because he will be his undoing. Every single one of them who has a weapon turns and points it at Rum saying that if he wants to kill Henry, he'll have to go through all of them first. Including Hook.
Episode 9 - Save Henry
The heroes are cornered by Pan, and he uses magic to lash them all to a tree, saying they'll be bound by the strength of their own regrets. Team Charming and Hook are strugging to free themselves...Regina tears through the bonds like they were made of tissue paper. Despite arguably being the one with the party to regret the most? She regrets not a single damned thing - because it got her Henry. She then grabs Henry's heart right out of Pan and drops him.
More awesome because a recurring point was made that, out of all the group, Regina is the only one Pan was completely dismissive of and didn't really bother with, referring to her with arrogant scorn constantly. Now he's paid the price for underestimating the Evil Queen.
Just when it looked like he was about to be sucked into Pandora's Box, Pan pulled one last trick: He swapped bodies with Henry.
Episode 10 - The New Neverland
Tinker Bell confronting the Blue Fairy and demanding her wings back. Nice to see her having to deal with just one of the people she's screwed over before her death.
Her calling out Hook on his bullshit was pretty awesome too.