Zelena threatens to kill Henry if Hook--whose lips have been cursed by the Wicked Witch--doesn't proceed with kissing Emma, which will drain all of her magical powers away, and things begin to heat up between Regina and Robin Hood. Meanwhile, back in the Fairy Tale Land that was during the past year, Snow and Charming go in search of Glinda, the Good Witch of the South, to see if she can help them defeat Zelena, and the curse that will ultimately send the Fairy Tale characters back to Storybrooke is cast--but from an unlikely source.
Did You Know?
At 18:10 Regina says "I don't care if they're dancing daffodils." This is a reference to Alice in Wonderland and the singing/dancing flowers. See more
During a flashback from the missing year, when Prince Charming, Snow White, and Regina are in the forest looking for something that could lead them to Glinda the Good Witch (eventually finding a door), Charming picks up a flower for Snow that happened to be related to her name's origin. Snow takes it and in a following conversation with Regina, calls the plants "snowbells". In actuality, snowdrops are among the few plants that can survive the harshest winter (how Snow got her name); the flowers are called snowdrops, not snowbells. See more
Where I come from, a simple "thank you" would suffice.
Where you come from, people bathe in the river and use pine cones for money.