Enchanted Past. When Charming and crew get to Lake Nostros, they find it has dried up -- and probably because Charming killed the siren. Ain't that always the way? Commercial.
Storybrooke. Outside the crypt, Henry takes a moment to review his book before entering. Inside, he sees the casket (or the vault that contains the casket -- I'm having a little aphasia, I think). There are fresh flowers on top, but it's the name plaque that catches Henry's eye, because it reads, as you know, Henry Mills and underneath, Beloved Father. I wonder how much that will mess with this kid's head -- especially once he learns what Regina did to that Henry. Noticing the scuff marks on the floor, the kid figures out he's got to move the vault. He pushes with all his might to reveal the staircase, hidden below. Descending, he comes upon Regina's wall full of mini-vaults. I need a new word for all these things, but you watch the show. You know what I mean. The hearts within beat once again, now that magic has come to town. Henry shakes this off and enters the main chamber. In a cubby, he finds a chest and pulls it out. Using Regina's keys, he opens it. The two-headed Agrabahn viper that killed his biological great-grandfather (King Leopold) rises up and tries to strike Henry, but Charming swoops in out of nowhere, slams the chest shut, and says, "Maybe we should have gone with Operation Viper."
To Regina's credit, the only way Charming knew where to find Henry is because Regina called Charming and told him that the boy stood her up for lunch. When she realized her keys were missing, Regina figured he might be there, and she figured he would be far more amenable to Charming retrieving him. Charming crouches down (which I always feel is a little condescending to kids who are older than four). "Henry, what were you thinking?" Henry: "I just want them back. It wasn't supposed to be this way. I should be over there, with them, riding horses, learning how to sword fight..." Me too, kid. Me too. Charming: "I know. I know. It's okay, because we are going to do this together. Come on, now. You've gotta get to school, and I've gotta make sure no one else finds this place." School, really? Hey, I'm pro-school, but it was lunch time when the kid called Regina. Surely, school is almost out, and besides, with Snow in L'enchantement, he's only missing a substitute. What kind of Grandpa are you, Charming? Also? How are you going to make sure no one else finds that place? How? These are the things that keep me up at night.