Emma knocks at the door of the diner and Granny finally lets her in. The others are there and Emma explains that she didn't find any clues at the farmhouse. When they wonder how Gold could be back from the dead, Hook volunteers the information that when they returned to the Enchanted Forest a year ago, Neal talked about getting his father back. He wanted to find a way back to Storybrooke and thought that finding his father was the key. Emma points out that they haven't seen Neal since the new curse began and everyone returned to Storybrooke. Regina is more interested in knowing what the Wicked Witch was using Gold for at the farmhouse. She decides to head back to the farmhouse to look for any magical clues and Emma wishes her luck...Read the full recap
David: Well, now that the sun's up, we should hit everyplace that Gold might go. His house, shop, his cabin.
Emma: 'Cause dead men love vacation homes.
Hook: I will stay here with you. I'm surprisingly good at research.
Belle: You will stay with me?
Emma: He'll protect you if the Witch comes.
Belle: You do know he tried to kill me.
Hook: Well, there were extenuating circumstances.
Emma: You really know how to charm a girl, don't you?
Regina: I didn't catch your name.
Robin Hood: Robin of Locksley, at your service.
Regina: The thief?
Robin Hood: Well, as were tossing labels around, aren't you technically known as "The Evil Queen"?
Regina: I prefer "Regina."
Hook: I thought you could use some sustenance.
Neal: There's nothing like a green blob to get the appetite going.
Hook: Well, I gather it has great medicinal properties.
Regina: A good witch covers her tracks, but a better one can uncover them.
Robin Hood: What about this? Is this magical?
Regina: Not exactly. But it is a liquid that can conjure courage, give strength, or even act as a love potion of sorts. It's called whiskey, and no, it's not magical... especially the next day.