Queenie rips the letter out of the Huntsman's hand and tosses it in the fire then yells, "Don't tell me you're becoming a sheep." The Huntsman says, "She put others before herself and yet you hate her. What did she do to you?" Queenie: "I shared a secret with her, and she couldn't keep it, and that betrayal cost me dearly. Now, show me her heart!" Ooh, I wonder what it was? Graham removes a bag from his shoulder. He should always wear this leather outfit, by the way. I mean, if we can't have him in Storybrooke any more, and we can only have him in the Enchanted Forest, well then, he should wear this, all the time. Who's with me?
Queenie takes a box out of the Huntsman's bag, and opens it to confirm it holds a heart. She then carries the box to this wall full of vaults. She holds the heart-in-a-box up in front of the vaults, but none of them open, so she inspects the heart more closely. Picking it up in her bare hand, she marches over to the Huntsman. "This isn't her heart. This isn't a human heart. What did you do?
Storybrooke, Crypt: Graham looks around for a hidden door or lever, or something. Emma just watches as if he's having a nervous breakdown. Finally, she tells him there's nothing there, but that everything will be okay. From outside, Regina yells, "What the hell do you think you're doing?" She's there with flowers in hand, claiming that she brings them to her dad's grave, every Wednesday. She tries to convince Graham to go home. He says, "I don't want to go home -- not with you." Regina: "Oh? But you'll go with her?" Emma wants to be left of out of it. Graham tells Regina it has nothing to do with Emma. And then he says the best thing ever. "It's not me. It's you." I'm married now, and have been for a long time, but you know, if things ever don't work out, I'm totally saying that. Anyhow, when Regina can't believe Graham would leave her for Emma, he corrects her. He's leaving Regina for his own sake. "I'd rather have nothing than settle for less. Nothing is better than what we have. I need to feel something, Regina, and the only way to do that is to give myself a chance. [...] I'm sorry. It's over."
Regina turns her wrath on Emma. "You keep coming after everything I hold dear." When Graham tries to defend Emma, Regina says, "None of this happened until she got here." Emma finally weighs in. "I'm sorry, but have you ever stopped to think that maybe the problem isn't with me, but with you? [...] Henry came and found me. Graham kissed me. Both were miserable. Maybe, Madame Mayor, you need to take a good, hard look in the mirror and ask why that is. Why is everyone running away from you?" And then the another great thing happens. Regina hauls off and punches Emma. I mean really punches her. I saw someone refer to this as a cat-fight, but it's no cat-fight, it's just a fight, and it rocks. Emma returns the favor and then shoves Regina up against the crypt. Graham breaks it up. Emma walks past Regina and says, "Not worth it." I'm not sure she's right about that. Once she's gone, Regina looks to Graham, but he walks off, too. Commercial.