Enchanted Present. Snow opens the wardrobe. Emma: "Where's the on switch?" Snow says it's a little more complicated than that and determines the wardrobe no longer has any magic, without even getting in and giving a shot. I mean, climb in and try, ladies. But no. Snow says they'll have to go back to the island Haven and see if anyone there has enough magic to jump start it. Emma: "How are we going to carry this thing?" Lancelot appears out of the blue and answers, "With the help of an old friend." He explains that he heard of the ogre attack and wanted to make sure they were okay, but when he mistakenly mentions getting Snow and Emma back home to Henry, the jig is up. Emma only mentioned Henry's name to Cora. Drawing her sword, Snow puts herself between her daughter and the knight, who morphs back into the witch. Cora killed Lancelot long ago and has been posing as him, ever since. She uses her power to pin Snow to a wall. Commercial.
When Cora taunts Snow, Emma charges at her, but the witch uses magic to trap Emma's feet with a carpet. She then blathers to Snow about how she wants to see Regina. "It's been too long. And you know -- I would love to meet my grandson, Henry." Emma bangs out the contents of a bullet, sets the wardrobe afire, and yells, "No you won't." Cora magically pulls a fireball from Emma's fire, but the wardrobe still burns. Cora flings the fireball at Emma, but Mulan rushes in to the rescue, so Cora says, "We're not done," and then poofs away, which, given her power, seems silly. Seriously, she had no problem magically restraining Emma and Snow. Suddenly, one more person is too much for her? Blah. Anyhow, with Cora gone, Snow is released from her magical bonds and slumps to the floor. Emma asks where Cora is. Snow says gone. Emma looks at the wardrobe and says, "So's our ride home."
Enchanted Past. Charming buries Ruth and sets a lit candle on her grave. I guess Smokey the Bear doesn't exist in their world. Snow says, "I'm sorry. She was all the family you have left." But Charming says, "No, I still have you." He looks forward to starting their new family with her. He then takes out Ruth's necklace, bent on determining the sex of their first child. Snow stops him and tries to explain Widmore's curse, but before she can get the words out, the necklace starts to swing. Snow: "We're going to have a child!" Charming mistakes her meaning. "Is there something I need to know?" I certainly hope not! Snow's smile is as wide as the world. "I mean someday." Charming laughs, "Of course we are. What's it say it's going to be? It's going to be a boy, right? I can never remember which direction means what." Snow stops him. "It's a surprise." Charming is going to signal the army to regroup. "We are going to take back the kingdom, Snow, and we are going to do it as a family." He kisses his bride and rushes off. It's only once he's gone that Snow realizes she was hoodwinked into drinking the Nostros water she meant for Ruth. She turns to Lancelot. Walking over to him she says, "This is because of you, isn't it? Ruth only pretended to drink the water. She had you put it in the wedding chalice so I would drink it. That's how King George's curse was broken, wasn't it?" Lance smiles. "I have no idea what you're talking about." I smile too, because while exposition sometimes annoys me, without this exposition, it would look like Lancelot killed an old woman to salve his guilty conscience. He asks Snow what their child will be. Snow checks to make sure Charming is out of earshot then says, "A girl." Her eyes well with tears, proving she's truly a member of the Charming family, now.