Eh. Enough of my trip down memory lane….let’s get back to Emma and Hook…they’ve reached the top of the beanstalk and he notices that she has cut her hand on the rough beanstalk.
Yowza. There’s enough heat in that look to cauterize any wound!
Hook tells Emma that they’re going to have to wait for the giant to fall asleep, but Emma has a better idea: smack him in the face with some poppy dust (for some reason I typed poopy dust about FOUR times there. Which would be gross). Hook is impressed by Emma’s hutzpah and thinks she’d make a swell pirate.
Just then Emma notices one of his tattoos and wonders who Milah is. She’s someone from long ago and she’s gone. Emma guesses that Rumpy had something to do with this; he took more than Hook’s hand from him and that’s why he wants to kill him, right?
Hook thinks that for someone who has never been in love Emma sure is perceptive about the whole thing.
Duh. I lied.
Back in the blissful land of we’re giving up our criminal past and moving to Florida, things aren’t looking so peachy keen. You see, Neal just happened to spot a wanted poster with his face on it. Kinda puts a damper on the whole live a normal life thing, huh?
Turns out stole some super expensive watches and got caught on video tape. Obviously Neal has not watched enough movies involving robberies or he’d know you should ALWAYS wear a mask. He’s never been caught with the watches because he stashed them in a train station locker, but he tells Emma the only thing he can do is run away to Canada. Alone.
Translation: I’m cutting you loose and looking for a chick who actually LOOKS like a teenager.
But Emma’s not going to be thrown aside that easily. No. She tells Neal that she will head over to the train station to pick up the watches; after all, no one’s looking for her. Once she picks up the loot, Neal can meet up with his fence and get enough cash for them to start their new life.
Back in FairyLand, Hook and Emma get ready to execute their plan. Emma climbs up and perches on the shoulder of a nearby statue while Hook causes a ruckus to draw out the giant.
Emma successfully wacks him in the face with the poppy dust and it’s lights out for the big guy.
Down below the clouds Mulan is watching the time creep by as Aurora has another nightmare. Snow wakes her up and tells her it was only a dream. But maybe she’ll feel better if she talks about it. The dream goes a little something like this: She’s in a red room, but there are no windows or doors, only red curtains and she’s trapped while the curtains are on fire. She’s crouched in the corner, huddled against the wall and there’s someone else there; all she can see is his eyes.