Snow and Charming's Castle, War Room. Blue lies about the tree only having enough magic for one. Geppetto tells the council he and Pinocchio will build the wardrobe. Jiminy looks on disapprovingly.
Storybrooke. When August stops his motorcycle, Emma asks how any of this is going to help her defeat Regina. August says they're going on a trip, so he can tell her someone's story -- his. They drive past the "Leaving Storybrooke" sign and right into a really bad commercial for the Droid Razr. See, when people leave Storybrooke bad stuff happens.
Mayoral Mansion. David tells Regina hers is the best lasagna he's ever had. He asks how she found him, when he was unconscious. She says she was working late that night. On the way home, she realized she left her phone at the office. Something inside her told her to turn around and get it. That's when she saw him. What an amazing coincidence. David agrees. "It's almost like the universe wanted you to find me." Regina takes this as a come-on and moves in for a kiss. David narrowly avoids it. He apologizes, on account of only being a two-woman man. Or actually, he says they have a great friendship and he doesn't want to screw it up. Regina lets her eyes water for maximum effect, but come on Mayor. Crying is David's superpower. After he thanks Regina for dinner and leaves, she takes a sip of her wine and then hurls her glass at the mirror. Both it and the wine glass break. Oh, the wine-manity!
Enchanted Forest: Snow is in labor. The curse is rolling in. Blue tells Geppetto that circumstances have changed. Snow has gone into labor early. She has to accompany the baby to the new world or all will be lost. Geppetto is all, "We had a deal." Blue says there's no time to argue. She's got to return to the other fairies and make the final preparations. She instructs Geppetto to tell Snow what she just told him. After she's gone, Geppetto tells Pino that they won't tell Snow the truth. Jiminy tries to persuade Geppetto to do the right thing, but Geppetto says Pino can watch out for the baby and teach her about her destiny. Pino doesn't want to lie, but Geppetto insists. He then makes the boy promise to make sure that in 28 years, their Savior will believe. Pino promises. Jiminy reminds the boy to remain brave, truthful and unselfish in the new world. Geppetto puts the boy in the wardrobe and shuts the door. When he opens it, Pinocchio is gone.
Maine, off the I-95 Night. August pulls up in front of a diner. Emma seems to recognize it. She is agitated as she asks August, "What the hell is this?" She's not a character in one of his books and wants no more screwing around. "What the hell are we doing here?" August looks at her. "I think you know." It's the diner she was brought to, when she was first found. He shows her a newspaper clipping about her. When she says she thought the trip was supposed to be about him, he says it is. It's his story and her story. "That seven year old boy that found you? That was me." Commercial.