Outside, Emma catches up with Regina and calls B.S. on the whole Catherine/David story. She thinks it's odd that he's been John Doe all these years, with Regina as his only contact, but now that he's awake, it took Regina no time at all to identify him and find his wife. Regina says she too watched the security tapes, heard David calling out for Catherine, and put two and two together. "And here I thought you and Mary Margaret would be pleased. True love won out, so bask in the moment, dear. Were it not for you two, they would have lived their entire lives alone. That's why I'm willing to forgive your incessant rudeness. All of this has reminded me of something very important -- how grateful I am to have Henry, because not having someone? Well, that's the worst curse imaginable." Muahahahahaha. Meanwhile, back inside, poor Mary plays with her ring (the same ring Snow had stolen from and returned to James) as she watches while Catherine hugs Doe. His eyes seek out Mary's. Later, Emma appears at Mary's hovel and asks if the spare room is still available. Snow gestures for Emma to enter, and smiles as she shuts the door. The end.
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