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Well, she’s in luck because he didn’t use up all the potion; he saved some. For a rainy day. “Well it’s storming like a bitch, where is it?” Emma replies. LOLOLOL; I love it when Emma’s a hardass.
Where the potion is isn’t the problem; getting it is what should worry her, Gold tells Emma. He asks Regina if their friend is still in the basement, and she’s not thrilled to find out that he hid it with her. IN her, Gold corrects. He arms Emma with her father’s sword and sends her on her way.
Before they head off to the basement, Emma goes back to the hospital for a just in case this is the last time I’ll ever see you again visit with Henry. She tells Henry she is so sorry she didn’t believe him sooner. She places his book next to him and whispers “For when you wake up.”
She passes Regina on the way out, telling her to say what she’s gotta say. She’s got ten minutes. Regina slowly approaches Henry, leans over him and says she’s sorry. She’s got company. Watching from the shadows is Jefferson.
He’s looking for Regina to make good on her promise of a new life for him and his daughter. Really, Jefferson? First of all, you should know she was never going to honor that agreement anyway (HAVE YOU LEARNED NOTHING?). And B, picking a time when her adopted kid is in a coma because she tried to poison his birth mom is probably not the best timing in the world.
Meanwhile, Emma has stopped by August’s place and has to bust down the door to let herself in. Now that she believes she can see what’s happening to him.
She asks how she can stop what’s happening to him and he tells her to break the curse. She’ll try, but she has to save Henry first. She tells him she needs his help, but he says she doesn’t. Do too. Do not. Anyway, he can’t help her because he’s not a real boyman anymore.
Just make sure to give him a polish every now and then, Emma!
Regina and Emma meet up at the clock tower and head inside. It seems that Regina has an elevator hidden away in the walls. Regina will stay up top and control the elevator while Emma goes below to retrieve the true love potion.
As Emma gets into the elevator, we go back to Fairyland. Maleficent’s lair to be exact. Before she can say “dragon breath” Charming’s got his sword to her throat, demanding to see the beast that reigns over the castle.
Hilariously, he thinks he needs a smaller egg. That is, until Maleficent transforms into her dragon form.
As they begin to fight, Emma reaches the bottom of her elevator ride. Wait! Are they going to cross time as well???
Nope. Emma exits the elevator and finds Snow’s broken glass coffin there. As she backs up she hits the wall.
It’s a fucking dragon. Maleficent to be exact! Holy crap! Looks like Emma’s headed into a battle of her own!
We go back and forth now between Charming and Emma’s respective battles with the beast; one trying to get the egg into the dragon, the other trying to get it out. Emma decides to ditch the sword and use her gun. Blam! Blam! Blam! No good. The dragon keeps on coming at her. Finally, Charming jumps onto the dragon’s back, shoves the egg into her firehole and then jumps out the window landing in the lake below. You know, as you do.