Later, at Regina's execution, Snow orders for it to stop and the Queen goes on living. A plan quickly assembles for everyone to make their way to the Queen's old palace. "Leaving Storybrooke" Dreamy takes this advice and meets Nova on the firefly hill, they watch the view together and decide that they must run away. However, Grumpy is swindled since the diamond is a stolen item. Snow White doesn't want to kill the Queen, but because she is overruled by the other members of the council, Regina is sentenced to death as punishment for her crimes. When the Queen proves to still be a vengeful person, she is banished into exile. "Well, cry me a river. They are able to do so, and Belle pours the potion over said diamonds, meaning its magic is spread through the entire town, casting a protective bubble over it. However, he takes the keys she gave him for the room to try and get into her car. Gray Granny suggests reading the manual, but Leroy points out it's in Japanese. Once they do so, they see the rows and rows of bean crop, all of which are dead. After he threat is made, Charming throws her sword at the Queen who vanishes in a flurry of black smoke, taking the sword with her. However, as a result of Wicked Witch of the West's interference, everyone's last recollection is the final day in Storybrooke when Regina stopped Pan's curse, but no one can recall anything further than that. They then leave the tavern to begin their hunt for the Yaoguai. Grumpy, formerly known as Dreamy, currently known as Leroy, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. She introduces herself and asks the dwarf if he knows where she can find a person named Belle; Grumpy nods, and shows her the way. ("A Wondrous Place"), Leroy, alongside several other citizens of Storybrooke, is called to a meeting by Regina, who reveals that Snow and David once had the chance to leave all of the residents of Storybrooke to suffer under the curse so the two of them could reunite with Emma, but because they didn't and sacrificed their happiness for them, she asks the townsfolk to repay the favor. Emma looks curiously at the surveillance tape and walks over to it, "We're looking at the wrong tape, this is the ward where Henry's class put up decorations, if this was really the tape from last night, we'd see the banners the kids hung." Leroy reacts positively to this news, telling Happy and Doc that it is a good thing they came, as Granny chimes in that she won't have to cater. Mary Margaret later asks if the surgery's almost over, however, Emma learns that it hasn't even begun yet as Dr. Whale has fled the hospital. Grumpy doesn't think it's a good idea considering the threat of the Queen, but Snow suddenly gets a stroke of inspiration, claiming that there is indeed something at the Summer Palace which will help get rid of their nemesis. Afterwards, all the party guests raise their glasses in cheer, and all except Emma are shocked when Regina walks in. Ruby is tasked with sniffing him out and soon returns him where he performs the surgery. David asks Leroy for help, to which he humorously states pickaxing and phone hacking are two different things. However, her plan to retrieve Medusa's head is ultimately foiled. It is suggested that they fight and Grumpy likes this idea, however, the Blue Fairy then enters with a plan and a tree. While figuring out their options, Emma sends Leroy and her parents to warn the townspeople about Ingrid's curse. The machine begins to overflow and she can't pull the lever to make it stop, she calls for help and Dreamy runs to her aid, stopping the machine. Status: With Ruby, Henry scrambles over to the wishing well to convince Regina to get rid of the portal trap so Emma and Mary Margaret pass through. Belle laughs at his naivety and points out Nova obviously invited him to go there with her. Regina says she knows exactly who to tell, and Leroy is soon seen telling everyone in Granny's Diner the news that the potion is close to being cracked. Later, Leroy and his brothers prepare their pickaxes to begin digging for diamonds in order to make fairy dust. They are described as "little people", even though they seem to be the same height as an average human. Knowing she is not bluffing, King George obliges to her request and the dwarf is freed. Walter retorts, Graham cuts off the argument and asks them where the real tape is. He assures her that fairies use their dust for good and tells her to be a hero. Mary Margaret is surprised that he wants to go back and Emma adds that she and her mother fought really hard to get to Storybrooke. ("Wish You Were Here"), Snow and David remain affected by their shared sleeping curse, only now it's worse, because one of Regina's risky attempts to break it - and thus undo yet another mess left behind by the now redeemed and off-world Evil Queen - has resulted in the both of them slipping into a permanent slumber, as opposed to having merely one be asleep at the time. Leroy is deeply troubled by it, and vows to get back at whoever stole them. Snow then says it's an honor to introduce everyone to her son, Prince Neal. ("Operation Mongoose, Part 1"), Snow is angry regarding the fact that Regina's heart hasn't been brought to her yet, and the members of the her royal council try blaming each other for any negligence. Leroy appears happy to help, asking if it's just minor damage or a total tear-down, but Mary Margaret quickly tells him it's a "burn-down", before the three of them step through the barrier. In the morning, Leroy is in the middle of a scuffle with Mr. Clark, who he cautions not to sneeze. All fails when the fairies mysteriously disappear, and the spell of Shattered Sight soon successfully rains down on Storybrooke. GALLERY, Grumpy Realizing that they'll soon be approaching the town line, the three of them stop and David attempts to negotiate with the giant, offering his life in exchange for the town's safety. ("The Price"), Upon arrival to Storybrooke, Leroy and the others crash to the floor from the impact of the diner dropping onto the ground, and as they get up, the group realize they are still in Camelot attire, and the last thing anyone recalls is entering King Arthur's castle.