Red: I've gotta get out of this place.
Snow: With that guy you were making moony eyes at?
Red: Yeah, Petey the sweetie. We can't even spend any time together though because Granny's so afraid of the wolf.
Snow: Well, she's right to be afraid of that thing but she's wrong to use it to keep you from love.
Red: Hey, what if we tracked down the wolf in the day, when it's sleeping. We could kill it then. We're totally capable.
Snow: Well, it's less frightening than facing Regina that's for sure.
Back in Storybrooke, Mary Margaret drives the Trampmobile to the woods. She's going to search for Kathryn on her own, but she runs into David. He's totally out of it and mumbles, "I'm looking..." Mary babbles that Emma knows David didn't do it and that Emma knows when people are lying. That's at least the second reference to Emma's ability in this episode. Mary tells David she will stand by him and that she's sure Kathryn will turn up somewhere. Finally, Mary realizes David isn't exactly present. He again mumbles, "I'm looking," before wandering off. Although Mary calls after him, he doesn't even turn around.
Back in the Enchanted Forest, Red gives Snow a primer in tracking. She points out the difference between dog and bunny prints.
Red: What we're looking for will be big -- like eight inches across, with long claws.
Snow: Um, like these bloody prints, right here?
Red: Yes. Let's follow them. They lead that way.
Snow: My, what a great tracker you are.
Red: When there's something I want, I'm good at tracking it down.
Back in Storybrooke, Henry is at the Sheriff's office. He's using the computer, trying to help Ruby find a new job.
Henry: How about a bike messenger? You'd deliver things to people in a little basket!
Ruby: I'm not so great on wheels.
Henry: How about delivering things on foot -- things you could carry in a little basket.
Ruby: I'm not so sure that's a real job.
Henry: But it's your calling.
Recapper: Hush, honey. Anyhow, while they're working together, Ruby answers the non-emergency phone line. She takes a message. Emma comes in when Ruby's taking her second call from Miss Ginger.
Ruby: It's not a prowler Miss Ginger. It's Archie's dog, Pongo. Throw him a vanilla wafer and he'll calm down. Do you still want to talk to Emma? No? Great. Glad I could help.