SCENE: The Land Without Magic. Past. Phoenix, Arizona. Emma is giving birth in a prison hospital room where the doctor and the nurses are attending to her. The clock strikes eight-fifteen.
Doctor: Big breath. Breathe away, breathe away.
Nurse: Okay, here we go.
Doctor: You're doing great. Hang on, hang on.
Nurse: You're almost there.
Doctor: You're doing fine.
Nurse: Keep breathing.
Doctor: You're doing fantastic. That's it. Breath, breath, breath! Doing great. You're doing great. Here you go. Keep going. Yep. Breathe, breathe. Take a deep breath. Okay big push, big push. (Emma screams) Push, push, push! (The lights begin to flicker and go out as Henry is born. Emma signs in exhaustion and relief. The Doctor hold the baby) Great. Here we go. That's good. That's beautiful. (To the baby) How you doing? (To Emma) It's a boy, Emma. (She looks away) Emma? (Emma shakes her head. The nurse whispers in the doctor's ear.) Oh. Emma, just so you know, you can change your mind.
Emma: No, I can't be a mother. (She cries as the doctor takes the baby away.)
SCENE: Inside the magic bean's portal. Present. Emma, David, Mary Margaret, Mr. Gold and Regina hold tight to ropes on the Jolly Roger with Hook at the helm as the ship crosses through the portal. They finally land on the waters of Neverland. The group looks around in confusion.
Emma: Is that it?!
Hook: Aye, Neverland. (Emma gazes at the island with determination.)
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Henry lands on the shore after falling through the portal. He attempts to get up and run.
Greg: No, uh-uh uh-uh uh. (He grabs Henry by his coat and shoves him.) Slow down, pal. You got nowhere to go.
Tamara: (Sighs) We made it. Mission accomplished.
Henry: Are you sure about that? 'Cuz my mom is coming to get me. Both of them.
Greg: You might wanna take a look around, kid. Do you see any clock towers? You're a long way from Storybrooke.
Henry: It doesn't matter! My family's been to the Enchanted Forest before, and they can get here again.
Tamara: (Hears a weird howling noise and looks around) Well, we're not in the Enchanted Forest. This is Neverland.
Henry: (In disbelief) Neverland? You're here to destroy Neverland?
Tamara: It's the mother lode of magic. (to Greg) Where's the communicator? We need to signal the Home Office.
Greg: (Takes the communicator out of the backpack) Here you go, T.
Henry: An office in the jungle? Huh. Who works there?
Greg: (Gets up and walks towards Henry) Who we work for is not your concern, kid. Just know that they take care of us.
Henry: Do they? Can they tell you how to get back home after you destroy magic?
Greg: We don't ask questions. We just believe in our cause.
Tamara: (Trying to operate the communicator) Greg?
Tamara: I'm not getting a status light on this thing. (She hands the communicator to Greg.)
Greg: Did you check the batteries? (He opens the battery compartment. Sand falls out.)
Tamara: What the hell is this? A toy?
Henry: It's a good thing you guys don't ask any questions.
Greg: (To Tamara) Let's go. (To Henry) Walk!
SCENE: Neverland. Present. On the Jolly Roger. Hook, manning the helm, slows the ship as Regina notices.
Regina: Why are you slowing down? In case you didn't know, my son's life is in danger.
Hook: Oh, I know, my hot-headed Queen. The plan is to bring us to the far side of the island, link up with the widest part of the river, and.. then we sail right through, take him by surprise. The irony...
Regina: What irony?
Hook: Oh, I spent more time than I care to remember trying to leave this place to kill Rumplestiltskin. And here I am, sailing right back into its heart with him as my guest of honor. It's not quite the happy ending I was hoping for.
Regina: Greg Mendell said something funny to me. He said I'm a villain, and that villains don't get happy endings. You believe that?
Hook: I hope not, or we've wasted our lives.
(The camera follows Hook's gaze as he looks over at Emma, standing along the ships railing, gazing out at the sea. Mary Margaret and David approach her.)
Mary Margaret: Hey. What happened to Neal and Henry - it's not your fault. You can't blame yourself.
Emma: I don't. I blame you. All this happened because I listened to you. You say good always wins. It doesn't. I didn't grow up in some fairy tale land. My experience is different. That's all I can go on.
Mary Margaret: And all we have to go on is ours, so if you would just let us share our wisdom--
Emma: I appreciate you trying to be parents, but we're the same age. We have equal amounts of wisdom. And all I want is Henry back. I should never have broken the curse. I should've just taken Henry and--
Mary Margaret: You're right. Th-Then you'd be together. We missed you growing up Emma, and it haunts us every day.
David: And that's why we're here now. We don't want you to have to go through the same thing, too, and you won't. We are gonna get our family back.
Emma: How can you two be so infuriatingly optimistic?!
David: It's who we are.
Emma: Why? Ever since you got your memories back, ever since you remembered that you're Snow White and Prince Charming, your lives have... they've... well, they've sucked!
David: No. No, we found you.
Emma: And lost Henry and Neal, and countless other people!
Mary Margaret: Emma, the minute I let go of the belief that things will get better is the minute that I know they won't. We'll find Henry.
Mr. Gold: (Speaking off-screen) No, you won't. (Everyone turns to see Mr. Gold standing at the helm garbed in his old Rumplestiltskin outfit.)
Hook: (sarcastic) Oh, that's a great use of our time—a wardrobe change.
Mr. Gold: I'm gonna get Henry.
Regina: We agreed to do this together.
Mr. Gold: Actually, we made no such agreement.
Emma: Why are you doing this?
Mr. Gold: Because I wanna succeed.
Emma: What makes you think I'm gonna fail?
Mr. Gold: Well, how could you not? You don't believe in your parents, or in magic, or even yourself.
Emma: I slayed a dragon. I think I believe.
Mr. Gold: Only what was shown to you. When have you ever taken a real leap of faith? You know, the kind where there's absolutely no proof? I've know you some time, Miss Swan. And, sadly, despite everything you've been through, you're still just that... bail bonds-person, looking for evidence. Well, dearie, that's not gonna work in Neverland.
Emma: I'll do whatever it takes.
Mr. Gold: Well, you just need someone to tell you what that is. Sorry, dearie, our foe is too fearsome for hand-holding. Neverland is a place where imagination runs wild. And, sadly, yours doesn't. (He spins his cane, which falls to the deck. In the next second, Mr. Gold is gone from the ship and only his cane remains.)
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. In a clearing in the jungle, Greg starts a fire.
Henry: We making s'mores?
Greg: No. (He pats his palms) Building a signal. (To Tamara) Help me gather some dry leaves. We need to let the home office know that we're here.
Tamara: And what if that's not enough? What if the empty communicator wasn't an accident?
Greg: Don't let the kid get in your head. (There are rustling leaves in the background. Greg turns his head. A group of teenagers come from the trees and surround Greg, Tamara and Henry. To the teenagers.) Who are you?
Felix: We're the Home Office. Welcome to Neverland.
Tamara: The Home Office is a bunch of teenagers?
Henry: They're not teenagers. They're the Lost Boys.
Felix: Look at that.
Henry: Why do the Lost Boys want to destroy magic.
Felix: Who said we wanna destroy magic.
Greg: That was our mission.
Felix: So you were told. Yes. Now the boy. Hand him over.
Tamara: Not unless you tell us the plan—for magic, for getting home.
Felix: You're not getting home.
Greg: Then you're not getting the boy.
Felix: (Chuckles) Of course we are.
Greg: (Roaring can be heard from above. Greg looks up. Something comes flying from the sky. It is revealed to be Pan's Shadow.) Aah! (The shadow rips Greg's shadow out and he collapses to the ground. Dies. The shadow takes Greg's shadow away into the sky.)
Tamara: Run! (Tamara and Henry start running.)
Felix: Get the boy. (The Lost Boys chase after Tamara and Henry. A Lost Boy fires an arrow and it hits Tamara in the back. She gasps for air and collapses.)
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Henry keeps running and the Lost Boys continue to chase him.
Boy: (After Henry runs past two trees, he trips and falls. A mysterious boy pick him up and pulls him out of the way.) Come on. (The Lost Boys run past Henry and his companion. They continue to pant and the boy down the hood on his robe.)
Boy: Pan and his forces are in tune with every grain of sand on the island. We must be careful.
Henry: Are—are you a Lost Boy?
Boy: I was. (The boy removes the zip tie on Henry's hands.) But I escaped. And now they're after me, too.
Henry: How? What happened?
Boy: No time for questions. We must keep moving. Come on. (The boy put Henry back on his feet. They run off into the distance.)
SCENE: Neverland. Present. On the Jolly Roger. Emma is doing pull-ups on a bar above.
Hook: (Emma continues to do pull-ups and after a while, she stands back down. Hook enters the room.) Oh. Don't stop on my account.
Emma: Wouldn't think of it. (She continues to do pull-ups as Hook walks closer to her.)
Hook: What are you doing?
Emma: Getting ready for a fight. (Emma stands back down on to the platform.)
Hook: Well, I've never known you to need to get ready for a fight. I thought it was a natural state. Don't let Rumplestiltskin get you down, love.
Emma: (Emma jumps down on to the floor.) What do you want?
Hook: To give you something. (Hook gets a key out and walks over to a locked chest. He unlocks it.)
Hook: You know, Baelfire and I once spent a lot of time together.
Emma: He was always Neal to me.
Hook: Yeah. Right. (He grabs a sword from the table and brings it to Emma.) This was his.
Emma: (Emma grabs the sword.) I didn't realize you were sentimental.
Hook: I'm not. I just thought you could use it where we're going. You know, to fight. (Hook gives Emma a shot glass. He uncorks the flask and pours rum in her glass.)
Hook: To Neal.
Emma: To Neal. (Emma and Hook clink their glasses and drink the rum.)
SCENE: Enchanted Forest. Present. Aurora's Palace. Neal is lying on the bed and wakes up, realizing he is alive.
Mulan: Who are you?
Aurora: (Aurora and Phillip approach Mulan and Neal.) Is he well?
Mulan: Well enough to be questioned.
Aurora: (Aurora pours a glass of water for Neal.) Here. Drink. Drink. You must be thirsty. (Aurora gives Neal a sip of water.)
Neal: Where am I?
Aurora: You're in our kingdom.
Neal: Where's your—where's your kingdom?
Phillip: The Enchanted Forest.
Neal: I'm back.
Aurora: Back? You mean you're from here?
Mulan: He's lying. Look at his clothes. He's from the same world Emma and Snow are from.
Neal: Emma? Emma Swan? You know her?
Mulan: How do you know her?
Neal: She's... She's my... I-I don't know. But she's in danger I have to get back to her. I have to help her. (Neal tries to get up and Aurora helps him sit up.)
Phillip: You have to rest. You were gravely injured when we found you. Were you hit by some kind of arrow.
Neal: .45 Caliber Arrow. Look, I-I need your help. I need to know that Emma and Henry are alright.
Aurora: You're... You're Henry's father? (Neal nods.) I was once under a sleeping curse. Snow taught me how to control the nightmare. And with practice, I'm able to walk the dream world, find others who have passed though. It's possible I can make contact with them. (Neal stand up on the ground.) If I can, what would you like me to tell them?
Neal: Tell Emma I'm alive, and I love her.
SCENE: Neverland. Present. On the Jolly Roger. Emma and Hook are sitting on the benches.
Emma: How long was he with you?
Hook: Long enough for me to know that I miss him, too.
Emma: (The Jolly Roger creaks and bangs.) What was that?
(David and Mary Margaret struggle to control the ship. They are fall towards the left and then the right. Regina approaches them.)
Regina: What the hell are you two doing?!
Mary Margaret: Trying to keep it steady!
David: Hold on!
Hook: (Hook comes runs towards the David, Mary Margaret, and Regina. He helps them control the steering wheel.) Prepare for attack!
Regina: Be more specific.
Hook: If you've got a weapon, then grab it. (Hook is thrown against the wall. Screeching can be heard from the ocean.)
Emma: What's out there? A shark? A whale?
David: A kraken?
Hook: Worse. (Screeching underwater.) Mermaids. (A group of mermaids swim towards the Jolly Roger.)
SCENE: Neverland. Present. On the Jolly Roger. Emma, David, Mary Margaret, Regina, and Hook are trying to keep the boat steady.
Emma: Mermaids?! (The mermaids get closer to the ship and continue to screech.)
'Hook: Yes, and they're quite unpleasant.
Regina: You think? (One of the mermaids submerges from the water and hits the boat.)
Hook: I'll try and outrun them.
Emma: How many of them are there?! (Several mermaids bash into the Jolly Roger with their tail.)
David: I will not be capsized by fish!
(David grabs a spear, a chain, and gun powder. He puts it into a cannon and aims it at the mermaids.)
Mary Margaret: Emma! (Mary Margaret signals Emma to come to the back of the ship.)
Emma: What are you doing?!
Mary Margaret: Fishing! (David lights and fires the cannon, while Emma and Mary Margaret throw a fishing net into the ocean.) We caught one!
Regina: One? There are dozens of them. (David fires the cannon another time.) Enough of this. (Regina creates a three fireballs and throws them at the mermaids. The mermaids scatter away.) There. They're gone.
Mary Margaret: Not all of them. What about that one? (Regina teleports the mermaid to the ship.)
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Henry and the mysterious boy are running.
Boy: (The Lost Boys run past them. Henry and the boy stop.) I think we lost them.
Henry: Okay. Can we rest for a minute. (The boy nods.)
Boy: You're new. Did the Shadow take you, too?
Henry: No, I was kidnapped by some people that work for Pan.
Boy: I'm sorry. If he sent for you, he wants you. And if Pan wants you, he will get you.
Henry: Why does Pan want you?
Boy: Pixie Dust. (He pulls out a vial of pixie dust.) I stole it from him because I thought I could use it to fly away and go home. But it doesn't work. It's useless.
Henry: Don't worry. My family is coming to rescue me, and you could come with us.
Boy: You really think you're the first boy to believe their family's actually coming for them?
Henry: My family's different. We always find each other.
Boy: You better hope they don't, or else Pan will rip their shadows into oblivion.
(Henry stands up and pats him on the shoulder.)
Henry: It's gonna be okay. I promise. Don't lose hope. All we need is time. Is there place we can hide from the Lost Boys?
Boy: There's a place they can't track us. The Echo Caves. But it's far.
Henry: Then what are we waiting for? Lead the way. (Henry and the boy run into the distance.)
SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. Aurora's Palace. Aurora is sleeping on the bed.
Mulan: Feeling better?
Mulan: How did you get here?
Neal: I fell through a portal. I thought—I thought I was gonna die, and—and I thought about this place. I thought about growing up here. That's how portals work. They take you to wherever you think of.
Mulan: Well, what's to like, the other world?
Neal: Uh, well, for starters, they think this place is just a fairy tale. Like—like a legend. Like we're all just characters in a story.
Mulan: I'm in a story?
Neal: Yeah. They made a movie about you. It's actually pretty good.
Mulan: What's a movie?
Aurora: (Aurora wakes up and Phillip helps her to the ground.) It's worse than I feared. I couldn't make contact. I wish I could be more help. I-I fear no one can.
Neal: My father can. He always had a plan. Uh, he would've left something behind if he ever found himself bak here. Something that can be used to contact Emma, to get to her. I know it. I just need to get to his castle.
Phillip: Who's your father?
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Mr. Gold comes across Greg and Tamara. Tamara is crawling across the ground.
Mr. Gold: So, where is he? Henry. There, there. I can help you speak.
(Mr. Gold waves his hand and makes the arrow disappear.)
Tamara: Thank you.
Mr. Gold: Where's Henry ? They killed him?
Tamara: I don't think so. I told him to run, and he did.
Mr. Gold: Where?
Tamara: The jungle. Pan wants him. He's behind all of this. Look, Mr. Gold, I didn't know who I was working for. I'm sorry about Neal. I'm so sorry. (Mr. Gold kneels on the ground.)
Mr. Gold: I know. You were merely a pawn.
Tamara: Can... can you forgive me?
Mr. Gold: No. (Mr. Gold rips out Tamara's heart and crushes it. Tamara dies.)
SCENE: Neverland. Present. The Jolly Roger. The mermaid is flopping on the ship.
Hook: Get that thing off my ship!
Regina: No. Now we have a hostage.
David: I hate to say it, but I'm with Hook. Those things just tried to kill us.
Regina: And perhaps we should find out why.
Mary Margaret: How? By torturing her?
Regina: Well, if need be. Sure.
Emma: (The mermaid picks up a seashell and blows into it. Emma covers her ears.) What the hell was that ?
Mermaid: A warning. (There is a loud clap of thunder.) Let me go... or die.
SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. A sandy desert. Neal and Mulan are walking across the desert.
Mulan: Can I ask you a question?
Neal: Yeah, I don't know how to explain what a movie is.
Mulan: You say you're fighting for Emma, but she never mentioned you when she was here. Why is that?
Neal: Because I broke her heart. I let her go so she could break the curse and fulfill her destiny. And when it was broken I could've gone after her. I could've told her I loved her. But... I was afraid she would never forgive me, so I wound up taking the easy way out, which is not trying.
Mulan: Your belief in love wasn't strong enough to overcome your fear of rejection.
Neal: Yeah. Greatest regret of my life, not one I wish upon anyone.
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Henry and his companion are running through the woods, while the Lost Boys follow them. Henry falls and trips, but gets back up.
Henry: They're close. I can see them.
Boy: We're almost to the caves. Come on. Follow me.
Henry: (An arrow is fired at the tree right next to them. Henry and the boy take a step back.) They cut us off. They know about the caves, so we have to go this way. (Henry and his friend head the other way.)
SCENE: Neverland. Present. The Jolly Roger. David snatches the seashell from the mermaid.
David: What is this? What did you do?!
Mermaid: Let me go.
Regina: Not until you tell us. Or we make you tell us.
Mary Margaret: Threatening her isn't the way to motivate her.
Regina: Well, I'm all out of fish food.
Hook: Doesn't matter if you get her to talk. You can't trust her. Mermaids are liars.
Emma: Of course they are.
Mary Margaret: Maybe they're just scared of Pan. If we let her go, maybe they'll be on our side.
Regina: Or maybe she and her friends will come right back to kill us.
Mermaid: Oh, I don't need my friends to kill you. You'll kill yourselves. Now let me go. (A storm begins to surround the ship. Lightning and thunder starts.)
David: What the hell?!
Hook: It's a storm. She called it. Don't let her go. She'll swim off and leave us all to die. At least with her, we've got leverage.
David: (David grabs a sword and holds it to the mermaid's neck.) Stop the storm, then we let you go. (David comes behind the mermaid and hold it lower down her neck.)
Regina: That's more like it, Charming. Filet the bitch.
David: No. (He takes the sword away from her neck.) We are not barbarians.
Regina: What we're going to be is dead.
Hook: Hold on. I'm gonna turn around. (Hook turns the ship around.) I've outrun many a storm.
Regina: Make it stop or die.
Mary Margaret: We are not killers!
Mermaid: Yes, you are. And you brought this death upon yourselves.
Mary Margaret: This is why we should free her!
Regina: That feel-good nonsense, Snow, might play in the Enchanted Forest, but this... this is Neverland.
David: (The ship looses balance. Everyone is caught off guard.) Keep your grip, pirate.
Hook: It wasn't me, mate! It was the ship! We're taking on water!
Regina: Now may I resume killing her!
David and Mary Margaret: No!
Mary Margaret: You kill her, and her kind will have a personal vendetta on us.
Hook: The queen is right. They've already tried killing us.
Emma: Stop! That's enough! We need to think this through!
Regina: I already have! (Regina turns the mermaid into wood.) There. That should stop the storm.
Emma: Regina! What did you do?!
Regina: No! (Everyone turns around. A huge wave forms in the distance.)
Emma: What have you done?! (The ship ascends the wave and everyone grabs a rope. Water soaks the ship and everyone gets wet.)
SCENE: The Enchanted Forest. Present. Dark Castle. Neal and Mulan enter the Dark Castle.
Mulan: It appears abandoned.
Neal: (Tastes some drink.) No, someone's here. (Arrow whooshes) Whoa!
Robin Hood: The first was a warning, m'lady. Chivalry and all that.
Mulan: Who are you?
Robin Hood: The name's Robin.
Neal: No way. Robin Hood?
Robin Hood: I'd bow, but this quiver's rather tight. Now, what are you doing trespassing in my castle.
Mulan: This castle belongs to The Dark One. It is you who trespasses.
Robin Hood: He hasn't been seen since the Queen's curse. If he ever shows up, I'll be happy to vacate.
Neal: No need. In fact, you can have it. I just-I need to look around for a bit.
Robin Hood: And who would you be to grant such title?
Neal: In this land I'm known as Baelfire. I'm his son.
Robin Hood: My apologies. Go ahead.
Neal: You don't wanna see ID?
Robin Hood: Who would claim to be that who wasn't?
Neal: Yeah, good point.
Robin Hood: Your father would not stand for imposters. He had quite a temper.
Neal: You knew my father?
Robin Hood: We crossed paths once, yes.
Neal: Most crossings with my father don't end well.
Robin Hood: It was touch and go. He spared my life. I owe him a debt.
Neal: I'm happy to collect. I'm looking for something he left here. Magical item.
Robin Hood: Well, I'm very sorry to disappoint, but I arrived shortly after the curse, the place was cleaned out. Nothing of any value remains.
Neal: No. Thieves and looters would only take what they could see.
Mulan: What's magical of a knotted old cane? Probably belonged to one of the looters.
Neal: No. It belonged to him. See these markings? He's keeping track of me growing. (Twirls the stick, like a staff, and a painting in the corner of the room disappears, revealing a large cupboard.)
Robin Hood: I've handled that walking stick a dozen times. It never released a cloaking spell before.
Neal: My father enchanted objects so that what might be a useless piece of wood in the hands of a looter would become magical in his.
Mulan: Or in the hands of his only son.
Neal: Yeah, he called it blood magic. Might not always seem like it, but family was important to dear old dad.
Robin Hood: So... what's in there?
Neal: Let's find out.
SCENE: Neverland. Present. The Jolly Roger. Hook and Emma struggle at the helm to control the ship.
Emma: I thought you said you could outrun a storm.
Hook: This isn't a storm. It's bloody damnation.
Mary Margaret: Why would you do this?
Regina: You're going to blame me?
Mary Margaret: You turned the mermaid into wood.
Regina: I did something about it, which is more than you can say.
Mary Margaret: Undo your spell! Bring back the mermaid!
Regina: And what, you'll win her over with your rainbow kisses and unicorn stickers?
Mary Margaret: Considering that your plan failed, at least we could try.
Regina: You're such a naive princess!
Mary Margaret: And you are such a... (Mary Margaret punches Regina.)
Regina: That your best?
Mary Margaret: Not even close. I'm so tired of you ruining my life.
Regina: I ruined your life?
Mary Margaret: (Regina and Mary Margaret start fighting.) Ah!
Hook: Hey. Let the slags go. I need you at the mast.
David: Don't call my wife a slag. (David and Hook start fighting.)
Emma: Stop it! (Emma looks to the lightning and thunder while the others keep fighting.) It's not the mermaid. It's us. If you don't stop fighting, we're all gonna die. Don't you see, we're causing the storm. (Emma looks to the lightning and thunder while the others keep fighting.) Hey! Stop! You need to listen to me. (Emma jumps off the side of the ship.)
Mary Margaret: Emma!
Mary Margaret: Oh! (A pulley strikes Emma in the back.)
SCENE: Neverland's island. Present. Henry and his companion are running through the woods and find themselves on the edge of a cliff.
Henry: Watch out!
Lost Boy: They're over here!
Henry: What do we do? Is there any other way to the Echo Caves?
Boy: No. We're done for. I'll give them the pixie dust. Maybe they'll let us live.
Henry: You want to give up?
Boy: We don't have a choice. They got us. This is the end.
Henry: No, it's our way out.
Boy: What are you doing?
Henry: Getting a running start.
Boy: For what?
Henry: Everyone knows pixie dust is for flying.
Boy: Don't you remember? The dust doesn't work.
Henry: That's because you have to believe.
Boy: I definitely do not believe!
Henry: That's okay, because I do. (Henry opens the pixie dust bottle and, with a running start, uses it to fly himself and the other boy off the cliff moments before the Lost Boys arrive.)
SCENE: Neverland. Present. The Jolly Roger.
Mary Margaret: Emma!
Mary Margaret: Regina! Get her up here!
Regina: I can't. Not in this storm. I can't even see her. I'll just bring up water and half her leg. (David wants to jump in the water.)
David: She'll drown.
Hook: And so will you. Let me help. (Grabs a rope.) Here, tie him. (David jumps in the water and rescues Emma.)
Hook: He has her! Pull! (They pull.) I've got it.
Mary Margaret: Oh!
Mary Margaret: No. No.
Emma: (Emma coughs. The storm clears.) I told you.
SCENE: Neverland's Island. Present. Mr. Gold invites Felix for a chat.
Mr. Gold: Come out and say hello, dearie. (Felix comes to Mr. Gold.)
Felix: Hello, Rumplestiltskin. Pan welcomes you to the island. He wanted me to tell you he is excited to see you again.
Mr. Gold: Oh, yeah. I'm sure he is.
Felix: He wanted me to let you know you're welcome in Neverland, for as long as you wish to stay... with one caveat.
Mr. Gold: There's always something with him.
Felix: If you're here for the boy... well... that makes you Pan's enemy.
Mr. Gold: Then nothing's changed.
Felix: If you go against him, you will not survive.
Mr. Gold: Well, the question isn't will I survive, (Mr. Gold stands up) because we both know I won't. No, no. The real question is... (Mr. Gold grabs Felix) how many of you I take with me.
Felix: So, is that your answer?
Mr. Gold: That's my answer.
Felix: Well then, I suppose that means I'll see you again, in less friendly circumstances.
Mr. Gold: Count on it. (Mr. Gold walks away.)
Felix: One last thing. (Mr. Gold stops and turns around.) There's something he wanted you to have. (Felix throws the Straw Doll on the floor. Mr. Gold slowly kneels down and picks it up.) Isn't it funny the things we haven't thought about in years still have the ability to make us cry? (Felix starts to laugh, while Mr. Gold starts to cry.) See you around, Dark One. (Felix leaves.)
SCENE: Enchanted Forest. Present. Dark Castle. Neal opens the secret cabinet.
Neal: I spent my entire life running from magic. Now it's the only thing that can help me. (Neal grabs the magic snow globe.) It's not working. Why isn't it working. (Neal puts the globe down.)
Mulan: Don't think of a place. Think of her. Of Emma. And more than that how you feel about her.
Neal: (Neal grabs the magic snow globe again. It shows him Emma, in Neverland.) Oh, no. It can't be.
Robin Hood: What's wrong? Isn't she there?
Neal: Yes, but that's not Storybooke. Emma's in Neverland.
SCENE: Neverland's Island. Present. Emma and her allies get onto the shore.
Regina: We don't have to do it this way. I can fix the Jolly Roger. My magic is powerful enough. We can execute the pirate's plan.
Emma: Sneak attack? Let's not be naive. Save your magic. We'll need it later, because Pan already knows we're here. It's time we stop running. Gold was right. This land is run on belief. All of us have been too busy being at each other's throat to be believers. I was as wrong as anyone else. It's time for all of us to believe. Not in magic, but in each other.
Regina: You want to be friends? After everything that's happened between all of us?
Emma: I don't want or expect that. I know there's a lot of history here, a lot of hate.
Hook: Actually, I quite fancy you from time to time, when you're not yelling at me.
Emma: We don't need to be friends. What we need to now is the only way to get Henry back is cooperation.
David: With her? With him? No, Emma. We have to do this the right way.
Emma: No, we don't. We just need to succeed. And the way we do that is by just being who we are—a hero, a villain, a pirate. It doesn't matter which, because we're going to need all those skills, whether we can stomach them or not.
Regina: And what's your skill, Savior?
Emma: I'm a mother. And now I'm also your leader. So either help me get my son back or get out of the way. (Emma pulls out her sword and everyone follows her. The boy and Henry are seen flying in the air. As the pixie dust runs out, the boy points to the ground, suggesting they should land. They then fall to the ground and get up.)
Henry: See? If you believe, anything is possible.
Boy: You couldn't be more right, Henry.
Henry: How... How'd you know my name? I never told you.
Boy: Let's make it a game. A puzzle to solve.
Henry: You lied to me. You are a Lost Boy. You work for Pan.
Boy: Not exactly. I am Peter Pan.
Henry: But you told Greg and Tamara that magic was bad, that you'd help them destroy it. Why?
Peter Pan: Because I needed their help. And it's so much easier to get people to hate something then to believe.
Henry: Why did you bring me here?
Peter Pan: For quite some time, I've sought something extremely important. Something more elusive than the greatest of all mysteries.
Peter Pan: The heart of the truest believer. And when you took that pixie dust, Henry, and jumped off that cliff, (Peter Pan knocks on a tree.) you proved yourself. You are the lucky owner of that very special heart. And now? You, and it, are mine. (Peter Pan pulls out a knife.) Come on, boys! (The Lost Boys surround Henry.) Let's play!