Over at the Sheriff's office, Sidney brings Emma Kathryn's phone records from the day she disappeared. They include an eight minute call between Kathryn and David. Emma says it's impossible given David's statement. Sidney insists he's lying. Emma AGAIN points out that she knows when people are lying. Sidney points to the records. "It's right here on paper, Emma. Phone records don't lie. People do, and our friend David does it better than most." Emma looks Sidney right in the eye. I hope her Spidey senses are tingling.
Mary's having stiff drink at Granny's when Leroy joins her. He shares his bad news. Mary says he was right. "I was dreaming if I thought the town harlot and the town drunk could accomplish anything." Oh man, I hate Snow White as the town harlot. I hate it. I hate it. I hate it.
Enchanted Forest, Eight Dwarfs House, Night: Dreamy is sneaking out to meet Nova, when he's caught by Stealthy. Eventually, Dreamy tells all his brothers his plan to run away with Nova. Although the brothers don't understand, they are happy for him, and rush to hug him.
Bossy stops Dreamy on the road and lectures him about his responsibility. When Dreamy says he loves Nova, Bossy tells him dwarfs aren't capable of love. Now that's clearly not true because it's obvious Dreamy's brothers love him. If Bossy means dwarfs aren't capable of loving women, I guess that's a different argument. I can't decide if I'm glad that it's probably the fairy dust that altered Dreamy. Part of me wishes he was just naturally different and brave enough to admit it -- like a coming out story of sorts. Anyhow, he asks Bossy, "What if I'm different? What if you're wrong?"
The Blue Boob Fairy appears and tells Dreamy that Bossy is right. All he feels is a dream. She tells him if he runs off with Nova, it won't end well. Nova will lose her wings. If he returns to the mines and give Nova a chance to be the fairy she's meant to be, they will bring joy to the world. She says Nova can be a great fairy, if he lets her. "The choice is yours."
Many fans are pissed at the Blue Fairy. I'm not -- at least not much. I think she and Bossy are wrong, but I think they think they're right. I don't think they're trying to be mean. I think they're giving misguided advice.
Storybrooke, Granny's Diner, Night: Mary reminds Leroy that there can never been anything between him and Sister Astrid. He says Astrid is the first person who believed he could do anything and he just didn't want to disappoint her. Mary says there are consequences to going through with something when the world tells you not to and points out how she is now the town pariah. Leroy asks her if she regrets her good memories with David. When she admits she doesn't, Leroy says life is all about holding onto good memories. All he wanted was one moment with Sister Astrid -- a moment to give him hope that any dream is possible. "You've had all that Mary Margaret so stop feeling sorry for yourself and enjoy -- because I haven't." Mary says the dream wasn't worth it. It's then that Leroy hatches a plan.