Charming tries to refuse Midas's offer, so Widmore pulls him to the side and hisses in his ear. "If you say anything but yes, you will be responsible for the destruction of everyone and everything in our kingdom. You will marry this girl, or I will kill you. I will kill your mother. I will turn that farm to ash. Do you understand me?" Loud and clear, Chuckles.
Storybrooke Streets, Night: Regina runs into David as he's trying to find his way to the toll bridge. When he says he's meeting someone, Regina says, "So, you've made your choice. [...] Well, I don't suppose I could convince you to change your mind." David says he can't change what he feels, so Regina gives him (mis)directions from Mr. Gold's pawn shop to the bridge. He thanks her as he makes to go. Regina purrs, "Good luck, David. I hope you find what you're looking for."
Bridge: Mary Margaret waits by bridge, bathed in the light of the full moon.
Town: When David gets to Mr. Gold's shop, he can't find where Regina told him to go next, so he enters the shop. Among the first items we get a good look at are those creepy puppets that were once Jiminy's parents. There are some steins. There's Aladdin's lamp. A tea set. It's the glass unicorn mobile that once hung over Emma's crib that catches David's eye, though. He's lost in it, when Gold appears and says, "Charming." Ha. David looks up. Gold blathers about the mobile for a moment and then says he's looking for the toll bridge. "The mayor said there was a fork in the road by your shop." Gold: "Seems Ms. Mills has led you astray." David: "Yeah. You'd think the Mayor would know her own town." Gold: "One would think." He gives David directions. David thanks him and turns to leave, but stops dead in his tracks. There's a large wooden windmill replica right in front of him. David asks where Gold got it. Gold says: "That old thing? That's been gathering dust for... forever." Davids spins the blades. He's entranced. "I think.. .this belonged to me." Mr. Gold: "Really? Are you sure?" David says, "Yes." Gold smiles. David: "I remember." Commercial.