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It’s the next morning in Storybrooke and Granny arrives at the diner to find the cage shredded to bits and Red nowhere to be found. Damn.
Meanwhile, Henry is in the middle of another nightmare. We get a glimpse inside this time and that fire is a nasty looking one. We also catch a glimpse of the other person in his dream (who we all know is Aurora), but he still can’t see her and tell who she is. He screams for help……and Regina wakes him up.
Charming had to run out so he called Regina and asked that she come over to watch Henry. It’s interesting that even though he still doesn’t really trust or like her he knows that she’d never let anything happen to Henry if she could help it. It’s just gonna make it that much more heartbreaking when something does happen to him (because ya just know it will).
Anyway, she calms him down and as she goes to hold his hand he recoils in pain. The fire in his dream has burned him in real life!
As Regina’s mind boggles at the sight of her burned adopted son, Granny and Charming find Red asleep in the woods. She’s freaked to find herself out of the cage and is convinced that she did something bad. Cue phone call to our acting sheriff. What is it? Oh, just a double parked truck out by the cannery.
Back in FairyLand a cloaked Red wakes up beside a stream. She goes over to splash some water on her face and the yellow eyed stranger dude grabs her cloak and runs off with it! When she catches up to him he’s got a torch and is fixing to set the cloak on fire.
After a bit of a back and forth about her needing the cloak and him wondering why, he reveals that he knows exactly what she is. You see, he is a “child of the moon” as well. He can tell that no one ever talked to her about this before, taught her how to control her wolf. He can totes do that if she’ll just come along with him. “Is this some sort of a trick?”
And off she goes with him. Now, I’m not saying the guy is untrustworthy, but seriously Red? You’re going to follow just any stray wolf off into the forest? What about Snow?
Looks like her wolfy instincts are correct; the fellow wolf (Quinn) takes her to an underground hideaway where a few other wolves, including Anita the Wolf Queen, are hanging out. Oh, and said Wolf Queen? Also Red’s mommy. Red’s mind is like totally blown.
Over in Storybrooke that double parked truck turns out to be Billy’s tow truck. Uh oh. I’m having a bad feeling about this.