Inside, Emma and Regina discuss that they have no idea how Henry found Emma, since the birth records were sealed. When Regina inquires about Henry's biological father, Emma only says, "There was one." Regina wonders if she needs to be worried about him. Emma: "Nope. He doesn't even know." Regina then asks if she needs to be worried about Emma. Emma takes her drink and says, "Absolutely not." They're interrupted by Sheriff Graham, who earlier followed Henry into the house. He tells Regina she can relax. Henry's tired, but otherwise fine. Regina thanks him, then he walks off.
Regina brings Emma into her study and closes the door. She explains that she's had trouble balancing things in her life since she took office. When she asks about Emma's job, Emma just says she keeps busy. When she sets her glass on the coffee table, she can't help but notice the big bowl of apples sitting in the middle of it. Regina talks about the challenges of being a single mom. She admits she's strict, but says she wants Henry to excel in life. "I don't think that makes me evil, do you?"
Emma says she thinks Henry just says that because of the "fairy tale thing." Regina doesn't know what Emma means. Emma reminds Regina of Henry's Once Upon A Time book and how he thinks everyone he knows is a character from it. "Like his shrink is Jiminy Cricket." Regina has no idea what Emma is talking about. Emma says to never mind. "It's none of my business and I really should be headed back." Regina sees her to the door, then shuts it behind her.
Emma walks down the walkway, and stops when she gets to the end. When she turns around and looks up at the house, she spots Henry watching her from a second floor window. He disappears from view and shuts off the light in his room.