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Red finds Billy’s other half over in the nearby dumpster and immediately assumes that she’s the one that ripped him apart. Poor Red.
Regina is not playing around when it comes to Henry and his dream so she takes him to see RumpyGold. Rumpy confirms that these are no ordinary dreams; they are side effects of the sleeping curse which Regina should know since she’s used it before.
LMAO! That was in true Regina form. And really, why would she have given a crap about what happened to her victims when they woke up? She was hoping they’d never wake up so she was probably too busy trying to think of the next thing to get rid of them. Until now. Henry she cares about.
Anyway, Rumpy says that all the victims of the sleeping curse are sent to a sort of netherworld until they are woken up. But even after the curse is broken those victims can still be brought back to that place when they sleep.
He tells Henry that he can’t keep him from going there, but what he can do is help him control what happens when he’s there. He says once someone controls something they need no longer fear it. So he gives Henry a pendant filled with some sort of potion, but Regina is cautious; she knows that when Rumpy gives something there’s always a price. What will this cost them?
Wait, what? Rumpy confirms this, telling Regina that it’s for Henry, not her, and he’s not asking for anything in return. Something tells me there’s gonna be a catch somewhere, sometime. Although he does look sincere, doesn’t he?
At the cannery Red is still freaked out, convinced that she’s the one who killed Billy while Charming tries to convince her that it had to be someone else. He says a few months ago everyone believed that Mary Margaret was guilty of murder and when she just needed someone to believe in her he didn’t. He’s not making that same mistake again!
Red looks so tormented as she tells Charming that Mary Margaret has never killed anyone. But she HAS. Charming knows who she really is even she has lost sight of it. As they argue a crowd starts to form and Granny wisely cautions that this may not be the time or place for this.
Red tells him to lock her up; the freezer couldn’t hold her, but maybe a jail cell will.
Poor Red. She’s got my allergies going a little here.
In FairyLand, Red is learning that Granny lied to her; Anita says she’s been lying to Red ever since she stole her away when she was a baby. You see, they had very different viewpoints on what it is to be a wolf. Anita thinks there is no shame in being the wolf. Humans think that they are the monsters. The moment you believe them is when you become one.