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August offers to show Emma how she can regain Henry by telling her the truth about her life. Meanwhile, Regina attempts to seduce David and Mary Margaret returns into teaching. In the fairytale world, Gepetto is told that he can save Snow and Charming's child, but insists on saving his son Pinocchio as payment for his work.
August goes to Mary Margaret’s apartment and puts a new lock on the door so that Regina can’t use her skeleton keys to get inside. As Mary Margaret prepares to leave for school, she worries that Emma is the one in danger since she’s vowed to get Henry back from Regina. Emma tells them that she’s hired Gold to help her, but is interrupted when Henry calls to tell her that they have an Operation Cobra emergency. As Emma goes to meet him at the diner, August goes with her and tells her that she needs to learn to look at the big picture to get Henry back and fight Regina. He asks her to take the day off and come with her, but Emma tells him that her son is more important and heads for the diner...Read the full recap
Emma: Hey, what’s the emergency?
Henry: Shh! This is sensitive.
Emma: If it’s sensitive, why are we at Granny’s out in the open?
Henry: I’m hungry.
Regina: Thanks for being my knight in shining armor.
David: Well, it’s more like flannel, but you’re welcome.
Regina: How did you like it?
David: Best lasagna I ever had. You really know how to work some magic.
Emma: You’re asking me to believe that you are a fairy tale character?
Emma: Right. Of course, Pinocchio. Explains all the lying.
Emma: Now you’re telling me I have to save everyone? That is beyond ridiculous. I didn’t want any of this.
August: Well, that’s too bad, Emma, because that doesn’t change the truth. You’re our only hope.
Emma: Then you’re all screwed.