A man, who is walking his Dalmatian down the street, calls out to Henry and asks him what he's doing there. It's Archie Hopper (Raphael Sbarge). He asks Henry who Emma is. When Emma says she's just giving him a ride home, Henry corrects her. "She's my mom, Archie." When asked, Archie tells Emma the name of Henry's street, and adds, "It's the Mayor's house -- biggest one on the block." Emma: "You're the Mayor's kid?" Henry: "Maybe."
When Archie asks Henry why he missed their session today, Henry fibs that he went on a field trip. Archie reminds Henry that he shouldn't lie. "Giving into one's dark side never accomplishes anything." Archie reminds Henry to be good and takes his leave, whistling all the way.
Once they're alone, Emma says, "So that's your shrink?" Henry insists he's not crazy. Emma says she didn't say he was, but notes that Archie doesn't seem cursed to her, and is probably just trying to help. Henry says, "He's the one who needs help, because he doesn't know..." He goes on to explain that none of the Storybrookers know who they truly are. Emma asks who Archie is supposed to be. Henry: "Jiminy Cricket." Emma: "Right the lying thing. Thought your nose grew a little bit." Henry: "I'm not Pinocchio." Emma: "Of course you're not, because that would be ridiculous." They get back in the car and Emma drives towards Henry's street. For the trivia buffs among you, I'll note her Massachusetts license plate reads: 836 M4X.
Enchanted Forest: A very pregnant Snow and an angry Charming host a round table meeting. When Charming bangs the table and suggests they fight, the camera pans to a large magnifying glass. Through it, we see Jiminy Cricket in cricket form. "Fighting is a bad idea. Giving into one's dark side never accomplishes anything." Charming asks how many wars a clear conscience has won. He wants to take Queenie out before she can inflict her curse. Grammy and Little Red Riding Hood listen as one of the dwarfs (Doc, I think) asks if they can trust Rumpy. Charming doesn't answer directly. Instead he says that his men report that the forest animals are abuzz about Queenie's plan. "This is going to happen unless we do something." Snow finally throws in her two cents. "There's no point. The future is written." Charming says, "Good can't just lose." Snow thinks perhaps it can. Charming: "Not as long as we have each other. If you believe him about the curse, then you must believe him about our child. She will be the savior."