Emma finds Red, Grumpy and her folks out in the hallway. The Outsider's phone is password protected. When Charming suggests Grumpy hack into it, Grumpy cracks, "Well you do understand that computer hacking and pickaxe hacking are different?" As Emma takes the phone and inserts something into the jack, she mentions that she found stuff in the Outsider's car. His name is Greg Mendell (not here it isn't, Emma; here, it's Gregor Mendel). Once Emma is able to access the phone, she sees pictures of Mendel alone at a bunch of Eastern Seaboard tourist locations, his LinkedIn account and that he tweets pictures of his food. I'm really hungry, but I'm up against my deadline, so I'm trying to wake my husband using only the powers of my mind so that he'll go get us lunch. Cross your fingers for me.
When Emma decides Greg is likely an ordinary Joe, Red does not find this comforting. "So, whatever's kept random people from stumbling through Storybrooke for the last 28 years..." Snow finishes the thought: "Is gone!" Charming dons his Captain Obvious cape. "Anyone could drive in. Why are my instincts telling me that's a bad thing?" Grumpy: "Because you've seen E.T., or Splash, or any other movie where they find something magical and study it to death. Think what they'd do to a werewolf." Red's face pretty much says, "Thanks a lot, Grumpy." I vented about this is the recaplet, so I'll spare you further venting, here.
As everyone continues to fret, Emma tries to talk them down, but then ratchets the tension back up by saying, "Hook says he doesn't know where Cora is, and God knows what she's going to do. With other people coming here, that's not going to be good for anyone." When Snow says they have to get to Regina and let her know she was framed, Red says she's had no luck tracking her. Snow panics about Cora finding her first. The timing couldn't be worse.
After freaking everyone out, Emma goes back to being the voice of reason, and suggests that Greg will probably be on his way home by morning. As if on cue (because, well, it is) Whale arrives and says that isn't likely. The Outsider is bleeding into his chest cavity. Soon, he'll be drowning in his own blood. When Emma tells Whale to make it stop, Whale ignores her. Spying Gold coming down the stairs, Whale approaches him and asks him to magically fix the patient. Gold refuses. He doesn't owe anything to any of them, and some of them owe him (hi, Emma). "And point of interest? The driver? He saw me throwing some magic, so instead of trying to get him out of here, you'd better be hoping he dies because if he doesn't, he's going to be driving tour buses up and down Main Street." Whale nods. Gold, needing an exit line, says he doesn't give a damn and stalks off. Pardon me for being a pain in the ass, but if Gregor Mendel did see a magical fireball, couldn't people just lie to him and tell him he must have been hallucinating?