Henry Mills: — What are you guys still doing in bed? It's the middle of the afternoon.
Mary Margaret: — The trip back was tiring, and I needed to rest.
David Nolan: — And I needed to... Help her rest.
Emma Swan: — Uh, let's-let's go make the tacos. We have to make a lot because there's gonna be a ton of people at Granny's welcome back party tonight.
Mary Margaret: — We thought you were gonna be back later.
Emma Swan: — Yeah, well, we weren't, so maybe next time you could put a tie on the door or send a text or... You know what? I'm... Gonna go make some tacos.
David Nolan: — It's impressive that we can still provide her with a few traumatic childhood memories at this stage of the game.
— Oh. Henry, this is David and Mary Margaret.
— Are you helping my mom with the case? Or are they the ones who jumped bail?
— Oh, no, they are... they're just... old friends.
— Friends? From where?
— Well, Phoenix... and then... here.
— But I thought you were only in Phoenix for... being in that place.
— Right. We were cell mates.
— Really? What were you in for?
— Banditry. People make mistakes. The important thing is... to find a way to keep moving on.
— Emma, will you please tell your mother that we're not gonna name your brother "Leopold"?
— Uh, why not? It was my father's name.
— People will make fun of him.
— My father was a king.
— Which is why nobody made fun of him.
— Okay, what about "Eva," after my mother?
— I don't know how well that'll work with a boy.
— It might not be a boy.