Mary Margaret believes she got through to John Doe somehow, and she and Henry hurry back to the hospital as an astonished Emma trails behind.
Emma walks Henry to the bus for school, and afterwards heads into the diner for some cinnamon hot chocolate.
Taking supplies, they use a map to hike to the nearest highway, but before they can, Owen spots a town in the near distance.
She is very distraught since no one believes in her abilities to take care of a baby.Twenty-eight years later, Emma steps into Storybrooke, and decides to stay in town for a week. There, she is given a free cinnamon hot chocolate by Ruby, Granny's granddaughter, who works as a waitress at the diner.Ruby states she has an admirer, to which Emma looks behind to see Sheriff Graham sitting in a booth.Longing for more meaning in her life, Regina heads to a Boston agency and adopts a child.She names the boy Henry as her father's namesake and brings him home.Noticing Owen is in her seat, Regina asks him to move, but he refuses, so she takes the seat next to him.She notifies Kurt that she gave orders for his car to be fixed within a week.They go into the town, Storybrooke, and are taken to the diner by the sheriff, Graham, where they meet the mayor, Regina.Learning they will be rooming in town until Kurt's car is fixed, Regina becomes bothered by the outsiders' presence.While she excuses her to speak privately with Graham, Granny, the owner of the town's only bed and breakfast, arranges to have a guest room for them.That night, Regina returns to the diner to speak with Kurt.