Captain Killian 'Hook' Jones: [referring to Henry] Look, he's grown into a fine young lad, and he is lucky to have a mother like you.
Emma Swan: He's lucky to have a pirate like you
Captain Killian 'Hook' Jones: Much as I love hugs and tears, can we do it outside the torture chamber?
Other Hook: You found love, and happiness. But I found misery and heartbreak.
Captain Killian 'Hook' Jones: And cheap rum, apparently. Now, what do you want from me?
Other Hook: That's the 100-doubloon question, isn't it?
Rogers: I have a feeling that all of our problems all have the same name. And that name is Victoria Belfrey.
Roni: So, what are you thinking, Detective?
Rogers: I'm thinking that she's dirty in a way that we don't understand yet. And now that I'm a detective, I can dig into things I never could before Maybe find out what it is she's up to.
[Looks at Roni]
Rogers: And if, maybe, someone could point me in the direction of people who are being squeezed by her...
[Turns to Henry]
Rogers: And if somebody could write about it and release it when it's ready. If we do this then maybe someday, I can find that missing girl.
Henry Mills: Huh. Almost sounds like there's enough for a book.
Rogers: Possibly two.