Once Upon a Time (2011–2018): Season 4, Episode 5 - Breaking Glass - full transcript

Regina reluctantly teams up with Emma to search for the Snow Queen after Sidney discovers her whereabouts, as flashbacks show a young Emma befriend a girl who, like her, is a runaway orphan.

And, uh, oh, the red eyes aren't really red.
And it was just a fake.
It was just like a robot.
And I also had Doritos which were so good,
but they weren't the hot ones, they were the awesome ones.
The original. And also barbecue... - That's great, that's great.
Could you just hold on for a second, tiger? - Okay.
Enjoying a 10 percent increase in approval rating
from the American people in the latest polls.
This will be a long night and a lot of government services
appear poised to go away at least temporarily.
Aw, shit. - Reporting live from Washington,
this is Brooke Oswald.
Excuse me, governor?
He thought you were so charming.
No, he didn't. - Mrs. Bennett.
Governor, I need a moment of your time.
That's all right. I'll... I'll just head upstairs. It's fine.
I'll wait up. - Thank you.
Good night, Wilson. - Good night, ma'am.
What is it?
An Agent Breslow ran a face rec on a picture he received.
My guy with the feds intercepted him.
9 a.m., everyone. It's consensus day, I can feel it.
Late night? - Early morning.
Hey, August.
I locked myself out. - You locked yourself out?
I don't have my shoes on. - Ah, don't beat yourself up.
It's been a long five days.
Voilà. - Oh.
Gotta find that key.
This it? - Oh. I don't remember putting it there.
You don't? - No.
Well, let's make sure this is yours.
Oh. - Let me try. Sometimes you gotta wiggle it.
Oh, it's not working. Can I try your master key?
I'll tell you what. I'll go down to the front desk, and I'll have them
check your door lock and reprogram your key.
Thanks. - Hey, after all this is over,
maybe we should get together, you know, hang out.
Yeah, maybe.
But I should get going. - Oh, yeah, of course. Go, go.
We will talk later. - Okay.
You sure about this? What if it's nothing?
Could be a cell phone.
Or whatever she's using to report our votes.
We're doing this.
Hey. I know you. What was your name again?
These late nights are killing me. I feel like I never see you except in the office.
How's the Castille case going? - Oh, it's fine,
but I just got dumped with this asbestos case.
I have to go to Albuquerque for two days of depos.
That sounds horrible. - The asbestos or going to New Mexico?
I actually have to tell you something. - I got something I gotta tell you too.
Here. - Okay.
You mind if I go first?
Yeah, sure, sure.
I don't know how to say this.
I lost your necklace.
I had it yesterday and when I went to shower this morning
I realized it was gone. I have no idea where it is.
I looked everywhere. I looked under the bed...
It's okay.
It's no big deal.
I'm so sorry. It meant so much to me.
No, I know. I know that. I'm gonna buy you another one.
No, that's not what I meant. I just...
I just loved it so much.
It's, you know... Hey, it's a necklace. It's replaceable.
Thanks. - Yeah.
So, what were you going to tell me?
Is that Pritchard? - Yeah.
And that is the guy who beat up the juror
in the Malcolm Miller case. - What?
And also the guy who, I believe,
killed Sophia Russo, made it look like an OD.
Oh, my God. Are you sure?
Yeah. My dad found him. Sent me that pic.
So, what's Pritchard doing with him?
You think Pritchard is working with this guy?
Not with him, for him. I think there's a reason
Pritchard took this case pro bono.
I think these guys are paying him to throw it.
You really think... So, what do we do?
Now it's just theories and a picture. It's nothing concrete.
I don't think we need to worry about it yet. - Maybe we should be worried.
You sat second chair on this case for him.
If he's gonna throw it, maybe you're his scapegoat.
How does he get Hot Shit Pritchard to be his defense?
I mean, this guy takes home like eight figures a year.
Pritchard worked pro bono. - Duh.
Okay, duh. But was he really pro bono? I mean, really?
All right, let me ask you a question, okay?
The prosecution claims that Malcolm was this,
you know, freesoil91 guy ranting about the one percent,
but how do we know that Malcolm and freesoil91 are the same guy?
Because Malcolm's name is on the IP address.
That's correct. Who else would be using his computer but him?
A cloned ID is easy to manufacture.
Exactly, but you can't manufacture the timing.
I mean, why a month before the kidnapping, huh?
Oh, my God. You guys have been arguing in circles
for the last four days,
saying the same old shit over and over and over again.
Are you all retarded or just plain stupid?
You know, I vote for stupid with the exception of you.
Yeah. Now, all I care about is whether the defense proved to me
that Malcolm was innocent and they did not.
The problem is, Rufang, that the defense doesn't have to prove anything.
The burden of proof lies on the prosecution.
Yeah, well, not all ideals are applicable in the real life.
That totally makes sense, Ru-Ru. I think she's right, guys.
I think he did it. - Okay, well,
we'll take whoever we can get.
Why don't we take a vote?
All those for guilty?
And not guilty.
Closer. Still not there, but I'm confident that tomorrow...
Tomorrow, nothing. The three stooges are not gonna change their minds.
This is a hung jury. Now, you tell the judge
and let's all get on with the rest of our lives.
I'm just sick of this shit.
Can I get one of those?
I didn't know you smoked. - I don't.
You're looking at my first relapse in 20 years.
How many kids do you think get murdered out there every year?
Hundreds? Thousands? It's a horrible world we live in.
We can't even get to the truth of one of them.
We need a leader, not a nice guy.
You're the foreman. You need to pull us together in there.
To hell with these things.
They'll give you cancer.
Oh, my God.
Are you okay?
What'd they do to you? - I'm fine.
Hey, Malcolm, you've seen a doctor, right? Please tell me you've seen some...
I said I'm fine.
I just... I'm sorry.
I don't wanna start any...
I brought new photos.
He let you cut his hair. - Yeah.
Everyone says he looks like you now.
He still won't come with you?
Uh, it's just hard for him.
The kids at school have been...
Honey, Luke loves you so much. He does. You know he does.
It's just really hard for him to understand all of it.
Malcolm, please. Baby, I need you to be strong.
Stay with me. Stay positive.
Okay? You could be home tomorrow.
They could let you out of here. You could be back with us very, very soon.
Yeah. - Dad, hey.
Any update? - Well, I got some bad news.
Breslow wasn't able to make an ID on the girl.
The photograph was too dark.
Get anything from following the big guy? - Well, mostly circles.
It's the way these stakeouts go sometimes.
Hot for a minute, cold for a month.
It just takes some time. - Right.
I really appreciate you doing this for me.
Well, what else do I have to do? - I'm serious. I...
It means a lot to me. - I know.
Feels good, you know. Working together.
For a change. - Danny, for the record...
Look, I don't care whether you're a...
cop like I am or not.
I don't give a shit whether you're a lawyer
or a garbage collector.
I just want you to be the man I know you can be.
Danny? - Yeah.
Yeah, I'm here.
We'll get to the bottom of this.
I know.
All right, bye, Pop. - Yeah.
Shit. Goddamn it.
I cannot believe you've been to that place.
Yeah, well, my ex-ex-ex-ex boyfriend
brought me there like forever ago on my birthday,
and then the asshole conveniently forgets his wallet.
So I end up paying. - Oh, my God.
What a jerk. - I ended up staying in the relationship
for a year and a half, so honestly, who's the jerk?
Hey, can I ask you something? - Yeah.
So, what's up with you and Ryan?
This did not need to be recoded.
Didn't work on her door. - Because it's Ryan's key.
Ryan's? - Let me see your master key.
We sat next to each other in the jury box.
We got to know each other that way, and that's it.
Really? That's a bummer. Because he's nerdy, but he's cute.
Anna. - Seems...
Can I speak to you?
August. Please, there has to be a...
Mistake? No. You pretended like Ryan's keycard was your keycard.
And you switched yours for mine. - What? No, I...August...
What the hell are you doing in my room?
I have insomnia. I need it to sleep.
You're gonna get slapped with a fine and kicked off the jury.
Better than what's gonna happen to you for breaking and entering another juror's room.
Anna, where you going? Anna.
Thanks for coming down, Marisa.
Where'd you say that antacid was?
It's right where I told you it was gonna be.
On the dresser.
Oh. There it is. - I'll meet you back out.
Hey, August. I think this is yours.
No, no. I have mine right here.
Actually, this is mine.
Isn't it, Anna?
What the heck? - That's weird.
Okay, good luck, buddy.
That doesn't make any sense.
Weed? That's what she was doing on the roof?
A drug deal? - She says she has insomnia.
She knew they searched our luggage so she had her dealer delivering.
If it's not Marisa, who is it?
Why are you so sure there's a mole?
I just am. Okay?
What do you mean "all there is to it"? I'll tell you what all there is to it.
Well, you'd better get used to it.
No, no, don't you start talking to me like that.
I don't have to listen to this from y...
Don't hang up on me, you son of a bitch.
We'll see how far that goes.
With all due respect, Mr. Governor,
you have no right to demand anything of me, least of all my time.
Well, then I'll get to the point.
Where'd you get that? - That's none of your concern.
Your concern is that I will ruin you
if you don't tell me how to find the man that they work for.
Or should I say, the man that you work for.
I have no idea what you're talking about.
And those two just happened to be a couple prospective clients.
My business is none of yours.
Maybe if you dealt with your business, your child wouldn't be dead.
Oh, you mother...
Son of a bitch. You damn maniac.
Anna, I don't think she's going to answer. - She will.
Hey, it's Jenny, you...
Look, just leave her a message. We'll try back tomorrow.
Hey, it's Jenny, you know,,, - Stop, Clark. Please.
Your turn is over.
Damn it. - Hey, Anna.
Anna. Here, let me try.
Thanks. - Yeah. Anna.
Jenny's gonna be okay.
I just wish I knew for sure.
Good night. - Good night.
Find what you're looking for?
Hey. You're up late.
Where did you disappear off to?
Nowhere, really. I had to go help Wilson with something.
Oh, is everything okay? - Yeah, everything's fine.
Oh, my God. What happened to your hand?
This? Nothing. - Honey.
What the hell happened? It's fine. - It's not fine. Look at your hand.
Let me see this. - It is fine.
Let me just get you some ice. - I said it's fine. Please.
What are you doing in my office?
The official plea deal came in from San Francisco.
It's got your name on it, but I'm first chair, so
I thought I should have it. - What are you gonna do?
I'm gonna do whatever is best for my client.
Listen, I'm having a few people over at the club tomorrow.
You should come with me. 11 a.m.
Sorry. Not available.
It's Saturday. What else do you have to do?
You're a young man on the move. You need to start forming new friends.
I have plenty. - Not the right kind of friends.
I'm afraid I cannot accept no for an answer.
I guess I have no choice.
Anna. Sorry to bother you so late,
but your sister's on the phone.
I know it's against the rules, but you were so upset before.
Oh, my God. Is she okay?
Yeah, she sounded fine to me. - Thank you, Clark.
Jenny. Are you okay? What's going on?
Nothing. I'm just...
really, really, really sorry about,
you know, not answering your calls.
I just, I don't know, lost track of time.
Don't worry about it.
But are you sure that you're okay? You sound funny.
In fact, I'm great. I just...
I have a new boyfriend and
he wants to talk to you.
Hello, Anna. Jenny says such nice things about you.
I'm so looking forward to meeting you.
Oh, it's just too bad that deliberation of yours is taking so long.
Know what I mean?