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SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present.

Emma: (Looking up at the beanstalk) It's a little freakier than I remember from the story.
Mulan: Reminds me of death.
Mary Margaret: Encouraging.
Hook: Well, your compass awaits. Shall we?
Emma: Wait. If these beans...create...portals, why not just pick one and go home? Why the compass?
Hook: Because there aren't any more beans. Whatever story you think you know, my dear, is most certainly wrong.
Emma: There was a guy named Jack and a cow and something about an evil giant with a treasure and a golden goose. Or harp.
Hook: Sounds like a lovely tale, but the truth's a little bit more gruesome. The giants grew the beans, but rather than use them for good, they used them to plunder all the lands. Jack was a man who fought a terrible war, defeating all but one of the evil giants. The beans were destroyed by the giants as they died. If they couldn't have their magic, then nobody could. It's really very bad form.
Emma: Evil giants who made magic portal beans? Why doesn't anyone just go up and grow some more?
Hook: Because one giant survived... the strongest and most terrible of them all. And we'll have to get past him to...
Mary Margaret: The magic compass.
Hook: Indeed. The treasure remains, and amongst it is the compass. Now it will guide us to your land. Cora has the means to open a portal with the wardrobe ashes, but she can't find your land without the compass. Once we get it, steal the ashes from her, and we're on our way.
Mulan: How do we know you're not just using us to get the compass for Cora?
Hook: Because you four are far safer company. All I need is a ride back. I'll swear allegiance to whomever gets me there first.
Emma: Then we'd better start climbing.
Hook: Right. So...I failed to mention that the giant enchanted the beanstalk to repel intruders.
Emma: All right, so how do we get up there?
Hook: I've got a counter spell from Cora, if you'd be so kind. (Mary Margaret frees his hands) Thank you, milady. I've got one more of these. Cora was to accompany me. So... which one of you four lovelies shall take her place? Hmm? Go on. Fight it out. Don't be afraid to, you know, really get into it.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Portland, Oregon. Emma exits a building, checks to see if anybody is watching her, breaks into a car and steals it. As she drives away a man pops up from the backseat of the car.

Man: Impressive. (Emma screams) But really, you could've just asked me for the keys. (smiles)
Man: Just drive. It's fine.
Emma: I just stole your car. Your life could be in danger.
Man: Neal Cassidy.
Emma: Yeah, I'm not telling you my name.
Neal: No, I don't need it to have you arrested when the robbery's in progress.
Emma: Emma. Swan.
Neal: Good name.
Emma: So do you just live in here, or are you just waiting for the car to be stolen?
Neal: Why don't I tell you over drinks?
Emma: Excuse me? (turns to look at him and unknowingly runs a stop sign)
Neal: Hey! Eyes on the road.
Emma: I am not having drinks with you. You might be a pervert.
Neal: I might be a pervert, but you're definitely a car thief.
Emma: I said I was sorry.
Neal: You didn't, actually. (Police sirens)
Neal: Oh.
Emma: Damn it.
Neal:That's why I said, "eyes on the road." Screwdriver. (Emma gives him the screwdriver and he puts in the keys)
Police Officer: License and registration.
Emma: Hi.
Neal:Terribly sorry, officer, but this is actually my car. I'm... I'm trying to, uh, teach my girlfriend how to drive stick.
Police Officer: She's got a lot to learn.
Neal: I know. But, you know... women. (Emma looks at him)
Police Officer: All right, I hear you. It's a warning... this time.
Neal: Yeah. Thank you so much.
Emma: What are you, some sort of a misogynist?
Neal: You're welcome. Oh, go. We got lucky.
Emma: "We"? This isn't your car either, is it?
Neal: Hmm?
Emma: I stole a stolen car?
Neal: Now how about that drink? (smiles)

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present.

Mulan: All due respect, I'm the best-equipped to go. How many wars have you been through?
Mary Margaret: My share.
Aurora: It should be me.
Mulan: You? You haven't fought in a battle.
Mary Margaret: This is about us getting home to our loved ones. Why would you...
Aurora: Because I have no loved ones. If I fail, you can still go on.
Emma: It's me. I'm going, and I'm not gonna fail.
Mary Margaret: You're new here.
Emma: It's about getting back to Henry. I don't care what I have to face. You're not gonna argue with me?
Mary Margaret: Would it do any good?
Emma: No. Anything in that bag that's gonna help me with a giant?
Mulan: Or Hook?
Hook: Hey.
Mulan: Come with me. This...powder made from poppies. He has to inhale it.
Emma: Your sword... how strong is it?
Mulan: The most powerful blade in all the realms.
Emma: Is it strong enough to cut through that beanstalk?
Mulan: Indeed.
Emma: Give me ten hours. If I'm not back, you cut it down and keep going.
Mulan: Snow won't like that.
Emma: That's why I'm asking you. If I don't get back, you get her home.
Hook: Ladies. In this world, we are slaves to time. And ours is running out. In other words, tick-tock. (Emma approaches Hook and puts out her hand) I was hoping it'd be you.
Emma: Just get on with it.
Hook: (puts her hand on his shoulder) Put your hand right here. That's a good girl. (smiles) (puts the magical bracelet on her) This will allow you to climb. There are other dangers. Thankfully, you've got me to protect you. (points to his hand) I can't climb one-handed, can I?
Emma: Don't think I'm taking my eyes off you for a second.
Hook: I would despair if you did.
Emma: Let's go.

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. On the beanstalk.

Hook: First beanstalk? Well, you never forget your first. You know, most men would take your silence as off-putting, but I love a challenge.
Emma: I'm concentrating.
Hook: No, you're afraid. Afraid to talk, to reveal yourself, to trust me. Things will be a lot smoother if you do.
Emma: You should be used to people not trusting you.
Hook: Ah. The pirate thing. Well, I don't need you to share. You're something of an open book.
Emma: Am I?
Hook: Quite. Let's see. You volunteered to come up here because you...were the most motivated. You need to get back to a child.
Emma: That's not perception. That's eavesdropping.
Hook: Ah, but you don't want to abandon him the way you were abandoned.
Emma: Was I?
Hook: Like I said, an open book.
Emma: How would you know that?
Hook: I spent many years in Neverland, home of the Lost Boys. They all share the same look in their eyes... the look you get when you've been left alone.
Emma: Yeah, well, my world ain't "Neverland".
Hook: But an orphan's an orphan. Love has been all too rare in your life, hasn't it? Have you ever been in love?
Emma: No. I have never been in love.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past.

Neal: I think this little guy is hungry. Go ahead and get whatever you want, sweetie. I'm gonna get directions.
Emma: I will.
Neal: Hey, man. How are you?
Store Keeper: I've been better.
Neal: Listen, my wife and I...are really lost. I'm trying to get to Eugene, and I think we've been going the wrong way. Can you show me what's going on here? Where are we, first of all?
Store Keeper: Okay, wait. Do I look like a tour guide? Why don't you buy the map? Then I can help you.
Neal: Okay. (gives him money)
Store Keeper: Okay. Now your problem is... Is you're way up here. You see that?
Neal: Oh, my God. That is a problem.
Store Keeper: Yeah. Now what you wanna do is you wanna go all the way south. You have to take 5 all the way south towards Salem. (Neal steals chocolate bars) That's right down there. You see that?
Store Customer: Hey.
Neal: Okay.
Store Keeper: That's where you're going. You got it?
Store Customer: Hey, mister, that guy's stealing that...
Emma: Oh, God! Oh, God.
Neal: Honey?
Emma: Oh. Oh. I think... I think it's time.
Neal: He's ready?
Emma: Oh, yeah.
Store Customer: You didn't see him take the chocolate...
Emma: Oh! Oh! It hurts really bad!
Store Keeper: You guys need help?
Store Customer: No, no, mister, you didn't see...
Emma: Oh, my God! It hurts really bad!
Neal: Whoa. Whoa. Okay. Okay.
Store Keeper: You want me to call an ambulance?
Neal: No, it's fine! My car's out front. I know, I know. Breathe, baby.
Breathe. Let's go! Come on.
Emma: Oh, God!
Store Customer: (distraught) You know they were stealing.
Neal: The little guy saved us.
Emma: He sure did! The miracle of birth! (They get into the car)
Neal: Wow. Good haul.
Emma: Thanks.
Neal: I got you a key chain. Do you like it?
Emma: Yeah.
Neal: Okay. We gotta go.
Motel Guest: All right, come on, kids.
Neal: 20 minutes till housekeeping. You wanna shower first?
Emma: Oh, look, the Granola family left this. (picks up dream-catcher)
Neal: What is that?
Emma: It's a Native American dream catcher. It's supposed to keep all the nightmares out and only let the good dreams in to protect your home.
Neal: It's flypaper for nightmares?
Emma: Mm-hmm.
Neal: Let's keep it.
Emma: Yeah? Hang it where, the car?
Neal: It's not much of a home. Maybe it's time we get a real place.
Emma: Are you saying...
Neal: Why not? We've been on the road long enough. Maybe it's time we retire the "Bonnie and Clyde" act. So I think... I think it's time.
Emma: Together?
Neal: Don't you wanna?
Emma: Like where, Neverland?
Neal: I'm serious. We could do this.
Emma: Where?
Neal: (sees board) Where? I'll tell you where. Close your eyes and point. Whatever spot you pick...that's our home.
Emma: (points at a location) Tallahassee.
Neal: We got a winner.
Emma: Is it near a beach?
Neal: Yeah, it's Florida. Everything's near a beach.
Emma: Okay, then Tallahassee it is.
Neal: (smiles) Tallahassee it is.
Emma: Are you sure? Is this... what you really want?
Neal: What I really want is you. (They kiss)

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present.

Aurora: What is that?
Mulan: Keeps the time.
Mary Margaret: You have somewhere to be?
Mulan: We can mark watches, take turns sleeping. We'll most likely have to walk through the night again, so we should rest while we can.
Mary Margaret: I'll take first shift.
Aurora: I'll stay up with you.
Mulan: Okay.
Mary Margaret: When's the last time you slept?
Aurora: I don't really sleep now. Not after what I've been through.
Mary Margaret: Sleeping curse.
Aurora: The one time I did sleep, I had horrible nightmares.
Mary Margaret: It's a side effect. Same thing happened to me.
Aurora: It did?
Mary Margaret: Mm. I had them for months. (reminiscing) Charming... my husband... he used to wake me. When I cried out, he'd light a candle. He said it would capture the nightmares. He'd watch over me as I fell back to sleep.
Aurora: Sounds like he lives up to his name.
Mary Margaret: Yeah. (pause) Um... why don't you try... to sleep? I'll watch over you. You'll be safe.
Aurora: (whispers) Thank you.

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. Up the Beanstalk.

Emma: What happened here?
Hook: It's where the final battle was.
Hook: Give me your hand.
Emma: What? (looks at her hand)
Hook: Your hand... it's cut. Let me help you.
Emma: No. No. It's fine.
Hook: No, it's not.
Emma: So now you're gonna be a gentleman?
Hook: Giants can smell blood, and I'm always a gentleman.
(opens a bottle and pours the contents on her hand)
Emma: (wincing) Ah! Oh! What the hell is that?
Hook: It's rum. A bloody waste of it. (Looks at her cut hand and then wraps his ascot over it.) Here's the plan. We wait for the giant to fall asleep. When he does, we'll sneak past him into his cave. It's where the treasures are, where the compass lies. (finishes wrapping her hand)
Emma: And then?
Hook: And then we run like hell.
Emma: I don't have time to wait for a giant to fall asleep. The powder Mulan gave us...we need to use it. We gotta knock him out.
Hook: Well, that's riskier.
Emma: Than waiting for a giant to fall asleep when we need him to?
Hook: (smiles) Point taken. Ooh, you're a tough lass. You'd make a hell of a pirate. (gives her the powder)
Emma: (sees tattoo) Who's Milah on the tattoo?
Hook: (removes his hand) Someone from long ago.
Emma: Where is she?
Hook: (walks away from her) She's gone.
Emma: Gold. Rumplestiltskin. He took more than your hand from you, didn't he? That's why you want to kill him.
Hook: For someone who's never been in love, you're quite perceptive, aren't you?
Emma: Maybe I was once.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past.

Emma: I got doughnuts. I got jelly. (Neal fakes laugh) What's wrong?
Neal: Nothing.
Emma: No, no. Hey. What's wrong?
Neal: This was on the wall at the post office. (shows her the wanted poster) I didn't even know they did that still.
Emma: When did this happen?
Neal: I was a janitor in Phoenix... this high-end jewellery place. The manager was a drunk. He would forget to lock the case to the expensive watches.
Emma: Neal...
Neal: I resisted twice. The third time, this guy's asking to get took. So I... I grabbed a couple cases of watches and I hopped on a train to Portland. The store's got insurance. Anyway, I stashed 'em in a locker at the train station. They're still there. It's hardly stealing.
Emma: So you got away clean.
Neal: I didn't get away clean. The manager may have been a drunk, but the security cameras are stone sober. I thought this heat had died down, but it hasn't. I'm sorry. Tallahassee's out. I gotta go to Canada.
Emma: That's fine. I like maple syrup.
Neal: I gotta go to Canada alone.
Emma: Why?
Neal: If I get caught, and you're with me, you're in trouble...
Emma: You're not gonna get caught.
Neal: How can you say that? You think crossing the border's easy?
Emma: We get fake I.D.s and passports.
Neal: Those cost money. We have a stolen car.
Emma: We make it legit. We take a V.I.N. number off of another car.
Neal: Emma, I'm not gonna have you in the seat next to me with $20,000...
Emma: Wait. Wait. Seriously, wait. Wait. Wait. What if I go and get the watches out of the locker? No one's looking for me. We can... we can fence them and then we have the money. We can do whatever we want. We can go wherever we want, right? We could change our identities and go to Tallahassee.
Neal: So you... you want to steal the watches to help me with get away with stealing the watches?
Emma: Yes. That is exactly what I want to do.
Neal: I can't let you risk everything...
Emma: I love you.
Neal: I love you, too. You think you can do it?
Emma: I know I can. (both grin)

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present.

Hook: You ready?
Emma: Yeah. (Hook uses a giant bone to hit a giant shield. Giant appears) Oh, damn it.
Hook: Oi! Hey! You big git! (giant sees him) Yeah, you. Huh? You wanna kill a human Huh? You want to kill a human? I'm the worst human around. Come on! Come on then! (moves towards giant) Come on then! (Emma throws the powder; knocking out the giant)
Emma: Hook? Hook!
Hook: He's out cold. I don't mean to upset you, Emma, but I think we make quite the team.
Emma: Let's go steal a compass.

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. At the foot of the Beanstalk

Mary Margaret: (Aurora stirs in her sleep) Hey. Aurora? It was just a dream. It was just a dream.
Aurora: It was horrible.
Mary Margaret: Why don't you tell me about it? Do you want to tell me about it? Come on. Let's stand. Tell me.
Aurora: It was the same as last time. (breathing heavily) I was in this room... this... this red room.It was bright. Blood-red curtains. (petrified) There was no windows or doors so it didn't make sense, and I couldn't get in or out. I was trapped. The curtains... they were on fire. It was horrible. (trembling)
Mary Margaret: It's okay.
Aurora: I was hunched in a corner, and I looked over into the other corner. In the shadows, there was someone else there. I just see his eyes. He was looking right at me.
Mary Margaret: It's okay. It's over now. These nightmares... they will fade away. I promise.
Aurora: Did they for you?
Mary Margaret: Yeah. Come on. Come on. I'll sit with you until you fall back asleep. Who else do I have to take care of?

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. In the Giant's castle

Hook: They hoarded all of their greatest stolen treasures in here—piles of jewels, and every room filled with coins.
Emma: Let's get to it. The compass.
Hook: What's your rush?
Emma: How long do you think magic knockout powder lasts?
Hook: I have no clue.
Emma: That's my rush.
Hook: Too right, lass. Come. Everything we need is right in front of us.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Portland Train Station

Train 643 with stops in Cleveland, D.C., and Seattle now boarding on track...
(Emma arrives at the train station and stands in front of the lockers.)
Cop 1: Talk to that guy, uh...
Cop 2: What'd he say about our hours?
(Holding the key, she scans for the correct locker. She unlocks it and pulls out the bag of watches. She then exists the station, successful.)

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. In the Giant's castle

Emma: They kill all the giant housekeepers, too? How we going to find a compass in this mess?
Hook: By looking. Start searching. I wonder how much treasure we could carry down the beanstalk... in addition to the compass, of course.
Emma: What the hell?
Hook: That... would be Jack.
Emma: As in Jack...
Hook: The giant killer.
Emma: With that toothpick?
Hook: Well, it packs quite a wallop. You'd be surprised.
Emma: Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!
Hook: It's about bloody time.
Emma: It's a trip wire. Quite a security system.
Hook: Well, that's a plausible excuse for grabbing me, but next time don't stand on ceremony.
Emma: Let's find the compass and go home. After you.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Neal's Car

Neal: Oh, thank God.
Emma: Let's see ‘em. (Neal opens the case of watches) That's not as many as I thought.
Neal: Yeah, but they're super pricey. This is twenty thousand dollars, easy.
Emma: Twenty thousand?! Tallahassee...
Neal: Listen, I'm going to go meet the fence. I'll meet you with the money. Remember where? The parking structure by the tracks.
Emma: Yes.
Neal: Nine o'clock, sharp. This is so there's no mix-ups...
Emma: So, I guess we're keeping this one?
Neal: How can we not? Look how good it looks on you.
Neal: Tallahassee, baby. We're almost home.
Emma: Home... (Neal leaves)

(Neal is walking down the street, when a figure appears behind him. Neal makes a run for it and the other man chases him an alleyway. Neal attempts to jump the fence when the other man grabs him and pulls him onto the hood of a car before he can make it. The man is revealed to be August Booth.)

Neal: You got the wrong guy, officer! I wasn't even jaywalking!
August Booth: It's not like that. You want to protect Emma? Come with me.
Neal: What?
August: Get up.
Neal: How do you know Emma?
August: Name's August. And it's a long story, but trust me – you want to hear it.
Neal: Alright, August. If you're not a cop, who are you? You got two minutes.
August: Think of me as Emma's guardian angel.
Neal: Guardian angel? I'd say you've been doing a pretty crap job.
August: I've been looking for her for the past two years. Now I finally find her, and she's robbing convenience stores with some deadbeat. Tell me again who's doing the crap job.
Neal: Let me tell you something. I'm the best thing that's ever happened to her. Two years? Where were you the rest of her life?
August: I'm not perfect. This world? Full of temptations. Turns out I'm not that great at saying no. I'm not built that way. But, I'm here now.
Neal: So who are you?
August: We were in the same home as kids, and I thought she'd be safe inside the system. But now that she's out? Back then, I promised I would take care of her.
Neal: Well, we promised to take care of each other.
August: You love her. Good. That means you have to do right by her.
Neal: That's all I'm trying to do.
August: Then leave her.
Neal: Never.
August: She has a destiny. And you... this life? You're going to keep her from it. Okay? You believe in magic?
Neal: I take it you do.
August: So will you. Trust me. I'm going to show you something... something that's going to make you look at everything differently. And, when you see what I have in here, you're going to listen. You're going to believe every word I say.
Neal: Yeah, right. (August opens the box and Neal looks inside. It's unknown what is inside.) Okay, I'm listening.
August: There's a curse... and it needs to be broken. Emma, is the key. I was tasked with keeping her on track and you, my friend, just got caught in the crossfire. Now, I'm going to tell you a story. And, at the end of it, you're going to have to make a decision. Will you do the right thing... or not? So... are you ready?

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Parking Structure

(The number you are trying to reach is out of service. If you think you've reached this message in error...)
Emma: Damn right it's an error. (cuts the call and tries to re-dial) (A cop appears, armed with a gun.)
Cop: Unless he set you up. (gun clicks) Hands above your head please, miss.
Emma: Wait. Why?
Cop: Possession of stolen goods. Left you holding.
Emma: I have nothing.
Cop: Sorry to tell you, but your boy took off. Probably in Canada by now. He called in a tip – told us to take a look at the surveillance footage at the train station. Give me the watch. Now!(Emma unfastens the watch.)
Cop: You know your rights?
Emma: Yeah. (She hands the watch to the cop)
Cop: Good girl. Turn around. (he handcuffs her.) Where's the rest of the watches?
Emma: They're gone. They're not coming back.
Cop: Let's go.

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. In the Giant's castle

Emma: So it's here somewhere?
Hook: Allegedly. Give me a boost would you, love?
Emma: So I can't see what you're pocketing? No way. You give me a boost.
Hook: Try something new, darling. It's called trust.
Emma: (sighs) We do it side by side and fast. Who knows how long before the-(The giant's footsteps are heard)
Hook: Someone's up. Quickly. Get under something. (The giant charges into the treasure room. The ceiling caves in and debris falls onto Hook)
Emma: Hook? (Giant charges at Emma and reaches to grabs her)

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Vancouver, Canada

August: Been a while. Where'd you go?
Neal: Tried to lose myself. It didn't work. I want to talk to you about Emma.
August: I hope you're not trying to reach out.
Neal: I just... I feel like... if... if I knew that she was okay, then I could move on. Is she?
August: She will be. She got eleven months.
Neal: (exhales) That should be me! I should be doing that time.
August: No. We went over this. It's good.
Neal: How's it good?
August: It's a minimum security place in Phoenix, and no, I am not going to tell you which one. She'll get out of there and she'll be fine. You keep your promise and steer clear, and she can have a good life. She can do what she's supposed to do.
Neal: And if I can't be there for her, man, you got to promise me that you will be.
August: I promise.
Neal: Then you should do something for me. I was able to fence the watches. Don't judge me. I'm giving it all to her. And the car – I got a clean V.I.N number for it, so it's legit. I just... it'll feel like I'm there with her, you know?
August: Money is not what she needs... not for what's ahead.
Neal: Can you just see that she gets it?
August: (hesitant) Sure.
Neal: And one more thing – if anything changes, and she does her job, this insanity ends, and she's free...
August: I'll send you a postcard.

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. In the Giant's castle

Emma: I'm not what you think!
The Giant: You're a thief, and you poisoned me, so yeah, I'm pretty sure you're exactly what I think.
Emma: No. Look, you have a compass. I need it.
The Giant: I don't care what you need.
Emma: No, for my son! To save my son! Don't you have a family?
The Giant: No. Because humans killed them all.
(Emma bites the giant's hand and he drops her. She runs to Jack's skeleton and then uses his sword to set off the trap from earlier, trapping the Giant)
Emma: Nice security system. Efficient. (points the sword at the Giant's face)
The Giant: No. No! No! No! No!
Emma: I can tell by your face you know what this is. Let me guess... it's dipped in some sort of poison. You have a compass. I need it.
The Giant: You're going to kill me either way. Go ahead. Kill me.
Emma: You don't know me.
The Giant: I know your kind. They massacred us, and destroyed our beans.
Emma: I heard it the other way.
The Giant: That's because the victors get to tell the story. (Emma draws the sword closer) Okay! Stop. Here. (gives her the compass) See? I'm not the bad guy.
Emma: Maybe you are telling the truth. Doesn't really matter. I have to go. Are there anymore of you?
The Giant: No. I'm alone.
Emma: What's this? Is this a bean? Can this make a portal?
The Giant: Not anymore. It was destroyed like the rest of them. I wear it as a reminder... a reminder that you're all killers.
Emma: You're wrong.
(The Giant breaks free from the cage and removes a boulder that leads outside)
The Giant: Go.
Emma: Why?
The Giant: Because you could've killed me, and you didn't. You get one favour. Now go, before I change my mind.
Emma: Actually... I get two favours.
The Giant: What?
Emma: Well, the way I see it, I could've killed you twice... the poison and when you were knocked out. I didn't.
The Giant: What do you want?
(Emma smiles. Back in the treasure room, Emma pulls Hook from under the debris.)
Emma: Hook.
Hook: You are bloody brilliant. Amazing. May I see it? The compass. (shows him the compass) It's more beautiful than legend. Come. Let's go. (He extends his hand to Emma but she chains his hand to the wall) What are you doing? What are you doing?
Emma: Hook, I... I... I can't...
Hook: Emma, look at me. Have I told you a lie? I brought you here. I risked my own safety to help you. The compass is in your hand. Why do this to me now?
Emma: I can't take a chance that I'm wrong about you. I'm sorry.
Hook: You're sorry? You're sorry?! I got you here! I got you the compass!
Emma: I got the compass.
Hook: Well, you're just going to leave me here to die? Have that beast to eat me, to crush my bones?
Emma: He's not a beast. And you're not going to die. I just need a head start. That's all. (she leaves)
Hook: Swan. SWAN! SWAN!

SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. At the foot of the Beanstalk

(Mulan checks the sundial, sees it has been ten and proceeds to cut down the beanstalk - until Mary Margaret stops her)
Mary Margaret: Whoa. Wait! What are you doing?
Mulan: Just stay back. Emma gave me ten hours.
Mary Margaret: No! No! No!
Aurora: What, you're just going to leave her to die?
Mulan: Ten hours. She may already be dead.
Aurora: No, st... (Mulan strikes the beanstalk and a surge of magic is released upward)
Mary Margaret: NO!! (charges towards Mulan)
Aurora: No, stop! (Mary Margaret tackles Mulan to the ground and they fight)
Aurora: Stop! Stop!
Mulan: This was your daughter's wish!
Mary Margaret: I don't care what you say! You do not put my daughter in danger!
Emma: Stop! (jumps down from the beanstalk)
Mary Margaret: (breathless) Emma! You okay? (runs toward her)
Emma: Two earthquakes and a jump from a beanstalk. I think my brain's still rattling around a little.
Mulan: I did what she ordered, nothing more than that. Did you get it?
Emma: Yep.
Aurora: W...Where's Hook?
Emma: He's detained. Let's go. Get your stuff. We got ten hours before he follows us.
Mary Margaret: What? How?
Emma: I got a friend looking after him till then. (She starts to follow Mulan when Mary Margaret pulls her back)
Mary Margaret: You told her to cut it down?
Emma: Yes. I couldn't risk...
Mary Margaret: We go back together. That is the only way. (sternly) Do you understand?
Emma: Yeah. (They hug.)
Mary Margaret: Good. Now, let's go get that dust from Cora.
Emma: Yeah, and go home.
Mary Margaret: Mm-hmm.

SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past, 11 years ago. Phoenix, Arizona, Minimum Security Prison. Female Prison guard enters with a brown envelope

Guard: Swan, you got mail. Know anyone in Phuket? I've got to open this in front of you. Those are the rules. Okay. (Guard holds up a set of car keys) Look. Car keys. Hope you got the car it goes with. Nothing else. No letter. Sorry. But good news. You get a car when you get out. And a baby. Congratulations. (The guard leaves)
(A positive pregnancy test is shown in Emma's hands.)

SCENE: Storybrooke. Present. The Blanchard loft. Henry wakes up and screams. David rushes in.

Henry: Aah!
David: Henry? Henry? Hey. Hey. Hey. Hey. You're okay. You're okay. You're okay, you're okay.
Henry: I j...just had the worst nightmare.
David: It's over now.
Henry: Okay.
David: Okay? Here. This will help. (lights a candle)
Henry: A candle?
David: Yeah. They keep the nightmares away. Now, talk to me. What was so bad?
Henry: (terrifed) I w... I was in this room, and... and it was red. And there was no doors, no windows.
David: Mm-hmm
Henry: And these curtains... and they were on fire. And I was in this corner.
David: Right.
Henry: (continues) And... and... and... and I was looking up, and there was someone else there. She was staring at me through the flames. Th-Then I woke up and...
David: Hey, don't worry, alright? It was just a bad dream.

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