She leaves as Rumplestiltskin returns. Rumpy doesn't understand why everyone's so afraid of him. That's when Bae looks down and notices something. "You have stains on your boots," he says. They're streaked with red. Rumpy looks a bit sheepish. "Ah, yes, that... We need a new maid!" Bae is horrified to realize his father has killed Onora. Rumpy explains she heard them talking about the knife. Bae is even more horrified. "She was mute! She couldn't have told anyone!" Rumpy shrugs that off. "Even mutes can draw a picture," he says.
Storybrooke. Convent. Mr. Gold watches from a distance as August talks with Mother Superior. Their conversation is muffled, but it sounds like she tells him not to do anything rash. After August leaves, Gold approaches his least favorite nun. She's got a decent amount of eye shadow for a nun. Gold asks her about August. When she's less than forthcoming, he threatens to double her rent. She finally tells him that August told her he'd come to town looking for his father and that he'd found him. He wanted her advice. Mr. Gold tries to make his face all casual and mostly succeeds. Then she tells him that August hasn't yet talked with his father because they parted on bad terms. Mr. Gold looks a little gut-punched and doesn't really try to hide it.
Fairy Tale Land. At night, Baelfire goes back to the forests of Endor. "Reul Ghorm? Are you there? If you can help me, please make yourself known to me." He closes his eyes. When he opens them again, the Blue Fairy flits down in her horrible parade float of a dress. She says she can help him. He doesn't know if he can trust her, so she says there's good magic and dark magic. "I'm on the right side," she says, rather nonspecifically. He tells her about his father being the Dark One and all. Unfortunately, she can't change him back to who he was before. She offers to send them someplace where his father can't use his powers. Baelfire is worried this place is some kind of jail, but she assures him it's just another world where there's no magic. She gives him a magic bean -- the last magic bean. "You just use it wisely and follow wherever it leads you," she says. "It will save you both."
Storybrooke. Night out on the streets. Mary Margaret heads for her parked car. David, obviously waiting around for her, follows her. "We need to talk," he says. "So talk," she says, not really wanting to. He starts to apologize for not believing in her. She stops and looks up at him. "You know, I will never forget that moment when the world sort of blows you backwards, and the one person you thought would always be there to catch you... he isn't there." What, exactly, was it about him in this existence that made her think he was that reliable? He ain't Prince Charming here, by a long shot. "Look at what was going on," he says. "It was your jewelry box! Your fingerprints! Knife in your apartment!" Man, he is really sucking at this apology. Mary Margaret reminds him it was a setup. He apologizes for being human. "But we have to move forward," he says. She says they can't: "It's like something in this world doesn't want us together." He says he loves her, but that just makes her sadder.