Storybrooke, Night: Graham wakes in a sweat, in Regina's bed. He tells her about his dream (and that's what that whole deer/wolf scene was above, so I'm not typing it out, again). When Graham mentions the wolf, Regina is alarmed -- and even more so when Graham says he thinks he's seen the wolf before. Regina tells him to go back to sleep and lies that it was only a dream. Graham: "It didn't feel like a dream, it felt like a memory." She cannot persuade him to stay.
Outside, Graham walks to his cruiser. He drops his keys just as he reaches the car door. When he bends over to pick them up, he's face-to-face with a wolf -- a wolf with one red eye. Graham falls against his car and slides to the ground. Commercial.
Mary Margaret's Hovel, Morning: Emma comes down from the loft and finds a bouquet of flowers lying on the table. She's all "Really?" She picks them up and throws them in the trash despite Mary Margaret's attempt to stop her. Emma: "If Graham thinks flowers will work on me..." Mary rescues the flowers and explains that they're hers -- and they're not from David, but from Dr. Whale. Mary Margaret confesses she had a one night stand with him. Emma thinks it might be more than a one night stand, based on the flowers. Mary: "You know, maybe I shouldn't have called him." Emma says if Mary called him, it's definitely not a one night stand. Mary: "I'm still learning."
Okay, raise your hand if it kind of bothers you that Snow White's counterpart had a one nighter with a guy who had previously spent their one date ogling Ruby? Okay, put your hand down now, unless it bothers you that Snow White's counterpart had a one nighter, at all. Yeah, me too. Yeah, I know all the reasons it shouldn't, but it still does. And yes, I know David is probably sleeping with Kathryn, but I haven't had to see that yet. I would be just as bothered by that -- okay, a little less, but not because he's male, but rather, because he at least thinks he's married to Kathryn. I'm not sure the purpose of Mary Margaret having a one night stand. I guess you can argue that it's just another effect of the curse -- these characters acting contrary to their nature, but honestly, it feels almost like it was done just for the wow factor. Oh great, now all I can hear is Tim Gunn saying, "Major Wow Factor." Anyhow, Mary feels guilty for her one nighter, but Emma tells her not to -- and says that's as far as she ever goes. Mary points out that's because Emma puts up walls. When Emma denies it, Mary reminds her of the "floral abuse" she just committed and says it's clear to her that Emma has feelings for Graham. "That wall of yours -- it may keep out pain, but it also may keep out love." I dunno. Maybe I've had a rough week, but right now, that seems like a fair trade.