"Why didn't we follow him?" Emma asked furiously.
"Because he could've saw us," Regina snapped, "Would you rather him to think we're clueless or to catch us stalking him?"
"I'd rather walk through that door right there and listen to what they were saying," Emma gritted her teeth, "They could be talking about something important. Who knows, maybe Elsa's working for him."
Regina shook her head, "If Elsa was working for them, she would be out of this prison and talking about the plan with them."
"What the hell do you think they're doing right now? Having a cup of tea and talking about the weather?" Emma whispered loudly, "They could be talking about their 'plan' at this moment!"
"Look, I don't need your attitude right now," Regina looked at her with angry eyes, "What I need is an invisibility potion."
"You think you can make one before they finish their conversation?" Emma asked hopefully.
"Hell no," Regina snorted, "I'm making an invisiblity potion so we can follow him without him noticing."
"And now you tell me this?" Emma sighed, "Why couldn't you have thought about that while we spent an hour in my car?"
Ignoring her question, Regina walked out of the building with Emma struggling to keep up with her pace, "I have to make this potion before he leaves."
"Don't you mean we?"
Regina suddenly stopped and turned around, causing Emma to nearly bump into her. "I mean that I'll make the potion in my office while you make sure he doesn't come out."
"How?" Emma furrowed her eyebrows.
"I don't know. Just ask him about himself or something," Regina laughed, "And judging by his looks, I think that's his favorite subject to talk about."
Emma sighed, "Fine. Just be quick and finish the damn thing."
And just like that, Regina disappeared in purple mist, leaving Emma alone on the streets. Sighing again, she stuffed her pockets and walked around the entrance to the hospital.
After what seemed like hours, she saw Hans walk out from the secret room and take a seat in one of the chairs. Cautiously, she pulled out her phone and dialed Regina.
As she waited, she examined Hans. His face was flushed and his eyes were darting around the place. He looked awkward as he played with his thumbs. She couldn't tell if he was in love or extremely nervous. But before she could even start thinking of the possible reasons that Hans was acting that way, Regina answered.
"Where the hell are you?" Emma growled.
"Well, hello to you, too," Regina replied, "Did he come out, yet?"
"Yeah," Emma whispered, "And he's just sitting there."
"Talk to him!" Regina hissed, "I'm half way finished with potion, so make the conversation long."
"Ok," Emma pursed her lips, "Bye."
She hung up and took a deep breath. After walking through the doors, she pretended to look surprised as Hans noticed her. "Hans? What are you doing here?"
The look on his face earlier was now long gone as he stared at her with an unreadable expression, "Just looking around the town."
"Hmm," She could sense the lie as she sat down next to him, "So you're planning on 'looking around the town' inside the lobby of the town's hospital?"