Enchanted Forest. Snow's company arrives on the scene. Granny and Red scope out the stable. Red says she can smell that Snow is there. From outside, someone calls to them. The Dwarfs have found Snow's body. Red demands Granny's dagger and holds it up to Snow's nose. I have to stop my TiVo to explain to my kids that were Snow breathing, it would cause condensation to build up on the blade. This is the umpteenth thing I've had to explain to them, and it's annoying me more than it should. How did I get this hole in my heart? Is it just end-of-season exhaustion, or have I been casting dark curses on the sly? You be the judge. Anyhow, Red gets to make a melodramatic speech about how Snow sacrificed herself for true love. Grumpy adds, "She sacrificed herself for all of us." Since Snow is one of the main heroes of the show, and because the series began with Charming kissing Snow and breaking the curse, I'm afraid this scene is less poignant than was intended.
Knifingham Palace. Regina watches the sad scene through her magic mirror and snickers. "It appears sacrifice is overrated." And who needs iPads? With a waggle of her finger, she changes to a view of Charming. He's still mouldering in his cell, screaming, "What have you done to her? What have you done?"
Storybrooke, Mr. Gold's Pawnshop. Regina comes in and says she hopes Gold bought travel insurance, because no one is going anywhere. She found a solution to her Emma Swan problem -- an old reliable one. Gold asks how she managed to obtain a Sleeping Curse in Storybrooke. Regina: "By sacrificing the last bit of magic I had left." Gold: "So you made magic from magic. Well, I'm sure I don't have to remind you that all magic comes with a price." Regina tells him he can pay it because now the curse will be stronger than ever, and Gold will remain right here where he belongs. "Don't you understand? I won, so whatever plan you had -- whatever reason you wanted the curse broken -- too bad, because it's never going to happen."