Rumpy isn't in the mood to talk to Regina, but she explains she is there to talk about Cora. She's trying to get to Storybrooke from their land, and they need to stop her. I'll do a little quoting here, mostly because I'm not sure what Rumpy is saying here: "But she was dead. You told me you saw the body." Regina: "Apparently, you taught her well. She's not, and she's on her way, and I don't think I need to remind you how unpleasant that would be for both of us."
Rumpy insists while it might be unpleasant for Regina, he can handle Cora. Regina: "That's not how she tells the story." Rumpy: "I won, in the end." Regina: "Maybe, but there's a big difference this time." She looks from Rumpy to Belle and back again. "This time you have someone you care about. This time, you have a weakness." Belle's all, Who is this, now? Rumpy assures her it's someone she'll never meet. Run Belle, run! He asks Regina where Cora is. Regina's answer is a pointed, "With them."
Enchanted Forest. Okay, as a Once Upon A Time fan, I'm already way tired of watching Team Princess travel back and forth through the forest. As a Lost fan, I'm cackling, because this is exactly how I used to feel about the Lost trekking back and forth across Craphole Island. Wait. So my current fatigue is mitigated by laughing at my previous fatigue. I think I just duped myself! Let's start a new paragraph.
Team Princess finds a place to settle down, so that Aurora can take another trip to Dreamland. As Emma and Snow climb to higher ground to set up camp, Mulan notices that Aurora's arm is burnt. Mulan vowed to help Phillip protect Aurora, so she's in no way enamored with the idea of the princess risking life and limb to help some strangers. Aurora thankfully has some backbone and points out that since she escaped the Sleeping Curse, every day of her life is a gift. She wants to do something with her life. It's her turn to help someone, so she's going back in to find Henry.
Gold's shop. As Henry lies on a makeshift bed, Regina covers him with his blanket from back home. When Henry asks about how powerful Cora is, Rumpy pooh-poohs the Mother of All Evil. He's more powerful. Regina pooh-poohs Rumpy's pooh-poohing. Charming ignores them both and takes a seat on the bed next to his grandson. He wonders if Henry is okay to do this. Henry: "I was born to do this. I'm done reading about heroes. I want to be one." Charming: "Sometimes being one means knowing when not to run into the fire." Henry: "I'll be okay." Rumpy points out that whatever Henry faces in Dreamland is less dangerous than what he'll face if they fail.