Too much action for you to handle? Don’t worry. We’re LEAVING Emma’s fight to head back to the hospital. ARE YOU SERIOUS?!?!? There, Mary Margaret is reading to Henry from the book. It’s the part about Charming finding Snow in the coffin and saving her.
As annoyed as I am that they left the action, this simple scene is really great on so many levels. First of all, it mirrors Mary Margaret reading to Charming when he was in a coma. It’s also a grandmother reading to her grandson. And a teacher reading to her favorite student. And even more than that, it’s her own story that she’s reading aloud to him. Call me sappy, but this teeny tiny scene was really touching to me.
Mary Margaret puts the book aside and says to Henry that when she gave him the book it was because she knew, she knows life doesn’t always have a happy ending, but she thought…..we’re not going to find out what she thought because alarms start sounding from Henry’s monitor – he’s crashing! CODE BLUE! CODE PURPLE! CODE RED!!!!!
While this commotion is going on, someone enters the locked ward of the hospital. It’s an orderly with tea for a cranky nurse we’ve seen before. And just like that! Drugged tea! Yep, that’s right, it’s Jefferson. He’s not taking Regina blowing him off laying down. Oh no! He is busting Belle outta the loony bin!
Have you seen mah baybeee???
Wrong show, love. It looks like Belle doesn’t know who the hell she is, but that’s okay. Jefferson tells her all she’s got to do is find Mr. Gold and tell him that Regina is the one that locked her up; Mr. Gold will keep her safe. Oh no he di’int!!!
Damn! Jefferson does not fuck around! He’s gotta know that Gold is gonna be hella pissed when he finds out that not only Regina lied to him about Belle being dead, but that she’s had her in the loony bin for TWENTY EIGHT YEARS!!!!!!!
In Fairyland, James reaches dry land to find Rumpy waiting for him. Rumpy gives him his mommy’s ring back, telling him that the closer he gets to Snow, the brighter it will glow. He also plays Impy Godfather a bit and transforms Charming’s wet duds into a brand spanking new princely outfit.
Back in the basement, Emma is still fighting with DragonMaleficent, and not winning. She FINALLY gives up on the gun and takes up daddy’s sword. She throws it straight at the dragon’s heart and BOOM! Roasted dragon.
Looks a tad well done, doncha think?
The only thing that remains is the fakberge egg that Emma scoops up.
In Fairyland, Charming rides off on his horse and we all know the rest of this story; he finds the dwarves grieving around Snow’s coffin, decides now’s the right time to dabble a bit in necrophilia, and kiss, bang, boom……Snow wakes up. Yippee! True love wins again!
As Snow and Charming take a stroll by the lake, he decides that now would be the perfect time to propose. Of course Snow agrees to marry him, and she’s got the perfect engagement present all picked out; they’ll go kick ass and take back the kingdom!
Don’t forget to register for matching swords and sheaths!
As Emma is riding back up in the elevator it comes to an abrupt halt. Emma calls up to Regina, but instead of her, Gold is there. He says Regina hightailed it outta there and he’s here to help. She should throw him the egg and then it’ll be easier for her climb back up.
DON’T DO IT EMMA!!
Emma continues to be the immense moron that she is and tosses the egg up to Gold. Naturally, he runs off.