After the storm dies down, Henry rides to the playground and discovers that his castle play structure has been destroyed. As Emma arrives, Henry digs beneath it and confirms that his storybook is once there. He tells Emma that his mother doesn’t know about the castle. Emma arrives and orders Henry home, and asks why Emma lets Henry play there. She points out that it’s dangerous and insists that Emma is letting her feelings cloud her judgment by trying to hurt Regina more than protect Henry. The mayor tells Emma that she’s the sheriff now and it’s time to be responsible...Read the full recap
King Leopold: So you wish to be free?
Genie: More than anything.
King Leopold: Than I know my first wish. I wish you to be free.
Genie: Can it be? Am I truly free?
King Leopold: You're the genie. You tell me.
Genie: In my time, I have granted 1,001 wishes, and I have seen them end poorly 1,001 times. Making a wish comes with a price. And that is why I'' never... use... this wish.
Mary Margaret: We have to stop doing this.
David: We just started doing it.
Mary Margaret: We have to figure out what we're doing.
David: We will. Tomorrow.
Genie: Such a lovely tree.
Evil Queen: Yes, it's from my childhood garden. The tree and I share something in common. Neither of us can leave the palace and neither of us truly belongs.
Gold: The question is, Emma, why are you standing out here in the middle of the night with Mr. Glass?
Sydney: You don't know what Regina did to me. You don't know what she did to her son. We can't just sit idly by.
Gold: Of course you can. Be careful. Emotional entanglements can lead us down very dangerous paths.
Emma: It looks like we had the same idea.
Sydney: Well, if you can’t beat her... drink.