Back in Storybrooke, Emma is still flirting with the mysterious stranger, who finally tells her his name: August W. Boothe. She still owes him a drink in exchange for him showing her his typewriter and he's come to collect. He takes her off to a nice little watering hole he knows nearby which turns out to be an actual watering hole. Actually, it's more of a wishing well, and its water, according to local legend, is magic and has the ability to return something that was lost. Sound familiar? Emma and August share that drink, but the mystery of this guy only deepens when we see him seemingly reconstructing Henry's fairy tale book alone in a workshop. What is this guy's deal? Sure enough, the next day Emma finds the box Henry had used to hide the book in the gutter by her car. But it wasn't the magic of the well that got the book back, it was August.