The Evil Queen realizes that Emma's new sword can hurt her, and leave Regina unharmed.
In order to get a leg up on the heroes, the Evil Queen steals Jasmine's magic lamp, leaving Aladdin with no choice but to grant her wishes, and her first wish is a doozy - she wishes that Emma had never become the Savior of Storybrooke.
Emma is transported to an alternate-reality, one that exists only in her head, where she is nothing more than a Princess, one who skips through the forest collecting flowers and humming classic Disney tunes.
Regina uses the loophole of she and the Evil Queen being the same person to make another wish, and ends up in Emma's fake universe. She takes it upon herself to make Emma believe that she is the Savior, and after she succeeds, leaves them both in trouble when she runs into a familiar face.
Belle and Rumple discover that the Blue Fairy has returned to Storybrooke, without their son, Gideon. She got into a fight with the Black Fairy, who kidnapped Gideon.
When Belle and Rumple return to the pawn shop to decide how to proceed, they are greeted by a visitor all in black, wearing a hood - the same hooded figure that has plagued Emma's visions for months. Their son, Gideon.