<-- Previous EpisodeNext Episode -->
Hook takes David and Mary Margaret to his ship and reveals Cora's secret weapon: Anton the Giant. When they free him, he mistakes David for James, the man who betrayed him in the Enchanted Forest, and goes on a rampage. Meanwhile, Emma takes Henry and Gold out of Storybrooke, and in the fairy tale world, Anton has his first encounter with humans... including one named Jack.
Gold comes to pick up Emma and discovers that she's taking Henry with her. She refuses to argue and Gold agrees, saying that he'll need to buy another plane ticket. David asks him to take care of his family and Gold promises that no harm will come to them. They drive toward the town borders and Emma notices that Gold is wearing the shawl, and he insists that it will work. They cross over the town border... and Gold retains his memories... and vows to find his son...Read the full recap
David: All right, Gold, you're going out there with my family. Just know if anything happens to 'em...
Gold: Then you'll what? Cross the town line? And David Nolan will hunt me down in his animal rescue van?
Hook: You didn't even ask me about your recovery.
Mary Margaret: How are you doing, Hook?
Hook: Come closer and feel for yourself.
Leroy: No funny business. I'm watching you, pirate.
Hook: Yes, dwarf. That should deter me from any malfeasance.
Jack: I'm not so sure about this family of yours, Anton. Doesn't sound like they appreciate you.
Anton: They're not so bad. Except for the making fun of me. And the pushing me around. And the harsh words. Oh yeah, it's sort of bad.
Mary Margaret: Guess we found our giant. I just didn't think he would be so...
Mary Margaret: My mistake.
Leroy: So let me get this straight. You got a twin brother?
Leroy: Whose name is James?
Leroy: I thought your name is James?
David: No, actually it's not.
Leroy: Charming, then?
Mary Margaret: No, that's the nickname I gave him.
Leroy: Wait, hold on, what the hell is your name?
Leroy: Your curse name?
David: My real name.
Leroy: What, you're David, James, and Charming, and James is like a middle name?
David: No, it's my name name.
Leroy: You know, I'm going to call you whatever I damn well please! Is that okay?
David: Sure, Leroy.
David: Here's to not getting squashed by a giant.
Mary Margaret: I'll drink to that.