Anyhow, Dreamy is not the only smitten kitten in the scene. Nova takes an immediate liking to him, too. She tells him that she gets to spend very little time in his world, so at sunset, she'll be going up to Firefly Hill to watch the fireflies. Anyhow, when Dreamy says he hardly gets out of the mine Nova makes it pretty clear she'd like him to meet her that night. Innocent that he is, Dreamy tells her to have a great time. Before he can walk off, Nova stops him. "Dreamy? Thanks. You're my hero."
Storybrooke: Mary Margaret and Leroy don't manage to sell a single candle on the town square, so Leroy suggests they go door-to-door. Mary reminds him that people hate them. That is Leroy's point. He figures people will pay them just to leave. Heh.
Across the way, Emma finds Sidney at a Ring-Toss booth. She tells him Kathryn never showed up at law school registration. They're interrupted by Mary and Leroy. Mary asks Emma if she looks more sympathetic with our without her scarf. I think maybe her scarf should be tied around David's neck, like a noose, but then I remember the curse and that he is her true love. I think I'm just angry that town's wrath is aimed at the woman, rather than the cheating husband -- the one who broke vows he never actually took. I know. I know. I need some perspective. After Emma advises Mary to keep the scarf on, Mary and Leroy leave. Sidney asks Emma why she's not questioning "Pixie Cut" who has motive a mile high. Again, Emma alludes to her superpower by insisting she knows Mary and knows she had nothing to do with Kathryn's disappearance. Oh please, Emma. Please writers. Please, please, please don't let her be dumb. Emma tells Sidney to get the phone records, and marches off.