Gold's shop. As Regina cooks the Sleeping Curse potion, Henry looks on and asks questions. Chief among them, he wants to know if she's been using magic. Regina says she hasn't, except for when Daniel was resurrected and right now. Henry says it's okay, since right now she's using it to help people. Regina says, "After this, I won't." Henry smiles. "I know." As Regina watches the curse smoke its way to completion Henry wants to know if Charming will be okay. Regina gives one of those technically truthful answers parents ply on their children, when they don't want to either lie or tell the truth. "He'll be... asleep. And in there, he won't die. Gold's explaining everything to him right now." Hmmm.
Potion cooked, Regina decants the aqua colored liquid into a beaker. Henry insists on being the one to return to the Fiery Room of Dreams, but Regina points out that even she and Charming agree on this. It's not worth his safety. Henry says, "It is to me. He won't wake up." Regina: "Unless he succeeds. And if there's one thing I know about your grandparents -- they always find each other."
Enchanted Forest. Mulan finds the poppy and says she'll use her dagger to crush the seeds. "We'll do this the old-fashioned way." We flash sideways to...
Storybrooke. Charming asks Rumpy, "What do you mean the old-fashioned way?" Cute cut. Rumpy explains that before poisoned apples were all the rage, the usual curse infliction came through the blood stream. He hands the spindle of his spinning wheel to Regina (even that's being taken from Maleficent!) who dips it in the curse potion. Rumpy reinstalls the spindle as Henry hugs his grandpa and wishes him good luck. Charming assures the boy that everything will be okay and recounts a few examples of the strong faith that runs in their family.