Storybrooke. Regina opens her front door to find Emma on the stoop, and Snow and Charming down on the walkway. When Regina says she's ready to hear Emma's apology, Emma says she saw Regina choke the life out of Archie. Since Regina didn't, she wonders how this is possible. Charming answers that it was magic. Emma continues that she saw it happen and she knows it was Regina. Because this lovely, enchanting story is occasionally guilty of TV-Talk, nobody mentions the dreamcatcher. Regina says she knows Gold must have helped them and points out how he's less than trustworthy. Snow clarifies that Emma is the one who used magic. Regina's whisper sounds nearly enchanted as she says, "You can use magic?" After a beat, she adds, "The savior, of course. Well, I can only assume he warned you, then, that magic always comes with a price." When Emma says they'll both pay the price, Regina wonders what she means. Emma: "Henry. He believed in you. His heart's going to break. That's both our prices."
Regina shakes her head. "No, I will not let you poison Henry against me." Emma: "That's an interesting word choice, since you already did." Emma turns to walk away. Regina follows her down the walkway and demands to see Henry and tell him her side of the story. "He's my son!" Emma jerks back to face her rival. "He's not! He's mine. And after this, you're not getting anywhere near him." She then adds, "Do it." Blue peeks out from behind a nearby tree and hurls a ball of fairy dust at Regina, who deftly catches it and throws it to the ground at Snow and Charming's feet. Fool her once, shame on you. Fool her twice, well it's sure as hell not shame on her. She rages at Emma about Henry then magically thrusts the sheriff to the ground. When Regina starts to crow about having the upper hand, Emma insists she has already won, because there's no way she can fool Henry any longer. He will learn the truth about who she truly is. Looking around at her false accusers, Regina does what any self-respecting magical queen (currently evil or not) would do in such circumstances, and poofs away in a cloud of purple haze. Commercial.
Downtown Storybrooke. I am going to rush because my deadline is approaching, and I'm home alone with a dog who is making it quite clear she needs to go out, right now. Emma is with Snow and Charming, waiting for Henry's bus. She's fretting over how she can be a parent to Henry (especially at a big moment like this, when she has to tell him once person he loved killed another he loved). Charming knows how she feels. Emma insists they don't have to parent her, but Snow says otherwise. When Emma echoes Regina and says she's only been a parent for five minutes, Charming reminds her they're family now, and don't have to go through any of this alone.