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Once Upon a Time Season 3, Episode 10 Quotes: “Please Avoid the Face”

The characters on Once Upon a Time might have their hands full with breaking curses and fighting Peter Pan and whatnot, but that doesn’t mean they’re too busy for a good zinger.

We've rounded up the 10 best quotes from this week’s episode, Season 3, Episode 10: “The New Neverland,” including Hook assessing his appearance. Enjoy!

10. David [to Snow, about starting a family]: “Okay, I didn’t mean right now.”

Apparently, getting cured of a mortal wound makes you frisky.

9. Snow [about drawing Medusa out]: “I don’t think that’ll be a problem.”

Medusa is definitely not a recluse.

8. David [on whether Emma should get lunch with Neal]: “I don’t know does he eat with his mouth open?”

Don’t these people have greater concerns at the moment than table manners?

7. Snow [to Regina, about her honeymoon]: “I don’t remember inviting you.”

Three’s company, Regina.

6. David [about Snow’s sword breaking on Medusa’s neck]: “Fantastic development.”

Perhaps you should save the sarcasm for when you’re not being chased by a demon.

5. Hook [to Neal, on whether he’s serious about what he said]: “Yep, I am devilishly handsome.”

No argument here.

4. Grumpy [about being able to overhear Snow and Charming]: “Thin masonry.”

Grumpy’s kind of a gossip.

3. David: “You think I’m interested in Hook? Emma, I’m a married man.”

C’mon, David Hook is easy on the eyes, regardless of your marital status.

2. Regina [about Charming being turned to stone]: “I can barely tell the difference.”

Okay, so Charming might not be the most emotive guy in the world.

1. Henry: “When he find Pan, remember he’s still in my body. So if you have to throw a fireball or something, please avoid the face.”

Henry still wants to leave modeling open as a career option.

12.9.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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