Storybrooke, 8:00 AM: After my big analysis and lecture about how the Enchanted Forest is Once Upon A Time's real world, I've decided to stop calling the Storybrooke universe "Our World," even though the show has used that term, because I think it obscures what is real in this story. Anyhow, we cut to a shot of the clock. I never noticed before, but the clock tower crowns the Storybrooke library. That resonates with me somehow, because what is a library, but where the stories live? The clock is still ticking and chiming away.
Henry wonders if it's okay to be seen out in the open with Emma, but she pretty much tells him Regina can bite her. Henry declares her brave and says, "We'll need that for Operation Cobra," then asks if they should start using code names. I love this kid. Emma points out that Operation Cobra is the code name. Henry explains: "I mean us. I need something to call you." Oh, he wants to call her "Mom," poor little punk. Emma stammers and tells him to just call her Emma, "...for now." Henry says, "See you later... Emma," and hops on his bus.
Sheriff Graham pulls up in front of Emma, blocking her way down the sidewalk. When she asks what's up with the siren, he tells her he has to get her attention, somehow. Oh, he's so crushing. He's not just there because he's crushing though, he offers her a job. When Emma points out she has a job, the Sheriff points out she's not going to get much bail bonds work in Storybrooke. He gives her a card and encourages her to stay a while.