Night in Storybrooke, and Hook lands his ship at the dock and comes ashore. Cora follows him and Hook tells her that they'll be parting ways while he deals with Rumplestiltskin. She teleports in front of him and suggests that he rethink things, pointing out that she's able to use dark magic. As Hook realizes what that means, Cora reminds him that he won't have a chance against a magically-empowered Rumplestiltskin. As they talk, a fisherman comes over and comments about the ship, and Cora makes Hooks' vessel disappear. When the fisherman asks if she's a sorcerer, Cora transforms him into a fish to maintain their secrecy and assures Hook that his ship is safe for the time being. Hook agrees to hear her out and she suggests that they look around Storybrooke...Read the full recap
Emma: You know what, I'm--I'm going to go make some tacos.
David: You know, it's impressive that we can still provide her with a few traumatic childhood memories at this stage in the game.
Emma: Tacos. I cannot tell you the relief of cooking something that I didn't have to kill first.
Granny: Don't I know it? Meat loaf back home? What a bitch.
Regina: Oh, I made lasagna.
Leroy: What's the secret ingredient? Poison?
Regina: Red pepper flakes. Gives it some kick.
Archie: I would never betray the doctor-patient confidentiality?
Regina: Doctor? Doctor? Need I remind you you got your PhD from a curse?
Ruby: Hey! Is everything okay here?
Regina: Private conversation. Go take yourself for a walk.
Henry: So what was it like over there?
Emma: Well, let's see. There were ogres, the dead rising, people trying to kill me. And more ogres.
Emma: Kid, we got to work on your sense of awesome.
Gold: Ah. Nothing warms the heart more than a family reunited. You have your mother's chin, Ms. Swan.
Emma: We know that you killed him.
Gold: And your father's tact.