Rumpy educates them on the sleeping curse. "When people fall under a sleeping curse, the soul travels to a netherworld, where it resides until awoken. Now this world is between life and death, and it's very real. However, even when the curse is broken, sometimes, in sleep, the victims find their way back to that world -- victims like you." As he's explaining all this, Rumpy is preparing some sort of potion. Regina's short on patience, though. Her son is being tormented. She wants Rumpy to give him something to keep him from going there. Rumpy can't do that, but the potion he's prepared will allow Henry to control his actions while in the netherworld. "Once one controls something, one no longer need fear it."
Putting the potion inside a necklace nearly as gaudy as the Chintz Monster's, Rumpy hands it to a dubious Henry, whose mouth may not say it, but whose eyes scream, "Dude, I am so not wearing that. I'm already the weird kid at school, and in this town, that's saying something." If Henry wears the necklace while he's sleeping, the fear will stop and he will be able to come and go as he pleases. Regina wonders what Rumpy's price is for this favor. He tells her she couldn't afford his house call rates, but since this is for Henry, it's on him (Rumpy).
Waterfront. Charming refuses to jump to the conclusion that Red killed Billy. He remembers all too well how he failed to believe in Mary Margaret when it appeared Kathryn had been killed. He knows who Red really is, even if she's lost sight of it. Granny draws their attention to the gathering crowd. Charming starts off to address them, but Red calls him back and begs him to lock her up in the jail cell, since she'll turn again tonight. She doesn't need to be protected from the Storybrookers. They need to be protected from her. Oh, poor Red.
Enchanted Past. Wolf Den. Anita explains that Granny has been lying to Red ever since she stole her away as a baby. "She didn't want you to find out the truth about who you really are. She believed the wolf is something to be ashamed of. I see things differently. Humans want us to believe we're the monsters. The moment you believe them, that's when you become one. You're not the first to learn the truth about yourself through tragedy." There's more about needing help in order to learn control while embracing their true nature. She must accept this part of her, and Mommy is just the person to teach her how. She must start by getting rid of her cloak. Ruby looks scared, but she takes off the cloak and throws herself into her mother's arms.