Storybrooke School, Exterior. Regina approaches Mary and says something insincere, then explains that Henry forgot his lunch. She asks Mary if she's seen him. Mary smiles. "He's with his mother." There's your spunk, Snow. Regina asks Mary if there's a problem. Mary says not at all. Someone went to a lot of trouble to make her look guilty, but they failed. Regina blames Sidney, which seems like a waste of time considering that when Mary was still in jail, Regina told her she knew she didn't kill Kathryn, but deserved the punishment anyhow. Mary makes it clear she doesn't buy Sidney's confession. Regina: "Are you insinuating something?" Mary: "Yes I am. But I forgive you. Even if you can't admit what you did, I forgive you anyway. Your life must be filled with such incredible loneliness if your only joy comes from destroying everyone else's happiness. It's so sad, Mayor Mills, because despite what you think, it won't make you happy. It's only going to leave a giant hole in your heart." As Mary walks off, she adds, "There's Henry now."
Regina gives Henry his lunch and tells him she thinks it's time to transfer him to a new class. Showing the same spunk his ridiculously young grandmother just did, he asks Regina if she wants him out of Miss Blanchard's class because she framed that very same Miss Blanchard. When Regina asks if he thinks she capable of doing something so horrible, Henry jerks his hand away from her clutches and says, "Of course. You're the Evil Queen." When Regina complains about Mary giving Henry the Once Upon a Time book and mutters that she should have her fired, Henry rises to his feet. "Go ahead and try. It won't work. No matter what you do, Snow White will have her happy ending. She and Prince Charming will be together. The curse will end. Good will win. And? I'm not transferring classes."
Mr. Gold's Shop. August walks in to find Marco (Geppetto) looking at an antique clock. Gold realizes right away that August recognizes his father. Marco will take the clock to his shop to repair it. He tips his hat at a frozen August as he leaves the shop. Gold mocks August for not saying hello to his own father. August tells him to mind his own beeswax, so Gold changes the subject to Emma and points out that while August claims he's the one who can get her to believe, he doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry considering he's dying and all. August says it's Emma's fault. She's too distracted by her desire to get custody of Henry and plans to ask Gold for legal advice. Gold realizes August wants him to steer Emma toward August. August is sure he can get her to believe and tells Gold, "Trust me." Gold laughs at this. "I'm sorry, it's just that knowing who you are, and your nature -- trust is a big ask. Fear not. A gentle nudge I shall provide."