Once Upon a Time Quotes
Victoria: Stop pretending. I know you're awake.
Drizella: You always did underestimate me. I knew detective Rogers was obsessed with this Eloise Gardener case, so I poisoned the only person he knew was connected to it. Rogers did the rest of the work himself.
Victoria: Why did you do this, Drizella?
Drizella: So I could finally be free of you. And now she's free of you too, and you're the prisoner.
We'll see if Regina is as powerful as she thinks she is.Drizella
Regina Mills adopted Henry Mills in the real world.Lucy
Regina: You know, uh, I was thinking maybe it would help if she knew a little more about you. You know, like, who your mother is.
Henry: I haven't told her this because I did not want to add fuel to the fire, but I was born in prison, just like my character. Except I was never adopted, I grew up in the system.
Regina: Like Emma did.
Henry: Hey, well you will be happy to know, that things with Jacinda went pretty well.
Regina: Guess we'll just have to see where that goes, won't we?
Princess, enchende? A tip of the hat from Dr. Facilier.Facilier
The Princess is here to see me, not you lot. That's right. Scurry off, unless you'd rather slither or hop.Facilier
Queen: We have no choice, Tiana. We may have to sell the castle.
Tiana: I thought my life would be filled with romance.
Can we have security, please? We have a trash problem.Ivy
I didn't order a Swyft.Ivy
Ivy: Trick or treat.
Henry: What's this?
Ivy: Something better than the cheap anti-freeze you're drinking. It's a gift, for helping me put me first for once and for listening to my side of the story. No one ever does that.
Henry: I know it's not going to be easy to stand up to your mother.
Ivy: Yep, now you are going to drink with me until I'm ready to face her. So, what happened to Lucy and Jacinda? I thought you would be out getting adult-onset diabetes.
Henry: I guess you're braver than I am.
Ivy: Couldn't take a chance and do the scary thing after all, huh?
Henry: It's complicated.
Ivy: Well, to keeping things uncomplicated.
Weaver: I hear you have a troubled girl in your custody and ... you let her go.
Victoria: Well, you'll be happy to hear that Tilly's back on her pills. Didn't seem like such a public menace anymore, so yeah, I let her go.
Weaver: You seem to be forgetting about those tapes.
Victoria: Oh, no, I remember. Quite clearly. But it appears that I've found something much bigger than what's on those tapes ... dearie.