Although it was spoiled earlier in the episode, the plot line of "what Snow/Charming did" is kind of interesting. I can't imagine them doing anything deliberate to hurt someone, especially an innocent, so it must have been an accident or something pretty much unavoidable. I especially liked that the "totem" that Charming retrieved from the box was half of a baby's rattle. Ouch!
I was kind of glad that Pinocchio didn't remember anything... that would have been cheating.
They still haven't shown us any clues in the pictures.
The long speeches from Emma and Snow about family and trust and all that were very powerful. I really liked how Snow related her "sermon" to Regina and Henry. But Snow and Charming still need to come clean (I guess... we still don't know what they really did). Getting someone to trust you when you're lying is so hollow, and when the truth eventually comes out, the trust is so much harder to regain because it was compounded by the lie.
I'm sure some won't like these storylines, but I'm finding them entertaining.