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And that, my friends, is the prelude to “The Doctor”. We all know what happens (in FairyLand at least) after that.
We rejoin Regina and Cora back in the secret suite. Regina looks a bit terrified to see her mom again, but Cora assures her that she knows why Regina sent her through the looking glass, why she tried to kill her; she heard everything when Regina spoke over her tomb.
She says she’s just always shown her love in all the wrong ways. Yeah, shutting your kid up with magic, killing the love of her life, and marrying her off to a king she doesn’t love is pretty fucked up. Cora tells Regina that she is so sorry.
Regina points out that Cora framed her for Archie. Sure, but only temporarily. Cora just wanted her to see what the people in town really think of her. She made an airtight case, anyone would have believed. Well, she didn’t want Regina to reject her.
Cora claims that she wanted Regina receptive, but we all saw her tell Hook she wanted her daughter broken so she’s a big fat liar.
Fine! You’re not fat. But you’re still a filthy liar.
Regina’s not going to waste any more time arguing; she’s taking Cora to town where she can tell Emma and Henry and “the two idiots” that she set Regina up. She’s owes her that. And then they can start over? Prolly not. Regina says she is trying so hard to be worthy of Henry; she deserves the same thing from Cora.
Whale has reached the end of the road. Literally. And it looks like he’s planning on jumping. Luckily, Red has arrived just in time. Funny how that always seems to happen, isn’t it? He tells her to stay away and jumps, but she grabs him by the scruff of his neck, saving him from the icy waters.
In FrankenLand it looks like Victor has completed his end of the deal…
He can’t wait to run off and share the good news with dear ole Daddy. At first Daddy doesn’t believe him, but then he looks hopeful as Victor tells him that they’ve kept him waiting long enough. So he brings in Gerhardt, warning his father that Gerhardt is still recovering; it’s a slow process.
As well as not being able to speak, Gerhardt has also developed an aversion to fire. Daddy is mighty disappointed, saying he can’t believe he actually believed Victor. No, no, no! Gerhardt just has some adjusting to do! But Daddy continues to berate Victor, pushing him and bullying him until