Holiday and travel to New York.
Sam sat in the library and tried to fix the Colt, but no matter how hard he tried, he couldn't do it.
"Hey, Sam," Jack said as he entered the library.
— What are you doing?"
"I'm trying to fix the Colt, but I haven't been successful yet.
"Can I try?" "I decided to offer the Nephilim a helping hand.
"Come on," the younger Winchester agreed, and pushed the broken Colt toward Jack.
The Nephilim pointed a hand at the Colt and fixed it, which surprised Sam.
"Thank you, Jack," the younger Winchester said,and picked up the Colt.
"So, Sammy, how's it going with the Colt?" Dean asked as he entered the library, along with Castiel, who was carrying a crate of beer.
"See for yourself," Sam said, and handed the repaired Colt to the older Winchester.
— Ochechule how did you do it? Dean asked, looking at the Colt.
"Not to me, but to Jack," said the younger Winchester, and pointed to Jack.
"Well, here you go, you deserve it," the older Winchester said, taking a bottle of beer out of the drawer and handing it to the nephilim.
"Thank you," Jack said, and with the force of his mind he evaporated the cork from the bottle and began to drink, even though the beer had no effect on him. "By the way, guys, Emma will call us to invite us to a party to celebrate their return from the Enchanted Forest, shall we go?" the nephilim asked, seeing a little of the future.
"Um, yeah, but how did you know that?" Sam asked.
"I saw a little of the future," Jack said.
"I see, well, I guess so, we'll go as soon as she calls," Dean said.
"By the way, Castiel, you don't have wings, do you?" The Nephilim asked.
"Yes," Castiel said.
Jack snapped his fingers.
"Jack, what did you do?" The younger Winchester asked.
"He gave me my wings back," Cas said happily, and showed the image of his own wings on the wall behind him. "Thank you, Jack," the angel said to the nephilim.
"Oh, there's Emma calling just like you said, Jack," the older Winchester said, looking at the phone. "Hello," Dean said, answering the phone. — Yes, of course, thank you for the invitation, we will-said the elder Winchester and ended the conversation on the phone.
"Like you said, Jack, Emma invited us to the party," Dean confirmed Jack's prediction.
"Well, let's go, then," Sam said.
The Winchesters, Castiel, and Jack packed up and drove to Storybrooke.
The Impala drove into town and stopped at Grandma's Inn.
The Free Will 2.0 team got out of the Impala and headed for the inn.
Entering the inn, Emma spotted the Winchesters, angel, and nephilim and went to greet them.
"Hi, I'm glad you came.
"Yes, thank you again for the invitation," said the elder Winchester.
"Please, you've helped us a lot.
Henry noticed the Free Will 2.0 Team and joined them.
— I'm glad you guys came.
"Thanks, Henry, so are we," Dean said.
Sam, Dean, Castiel, and Jack each took a glass and drank with the others.
Everyone turned their attention to David, who was tapping his glass as he made a toast.
"I just wanted to thank you all for joining us tonight," the prince began. He pointed to his wife.
"Mary Margaret and I have a saying: We'll always find each other. And while I believe it with all my heart, I would like you all to raise your glasses and join me when I say-for not having to look for each other for a while-everyone laughed as they raised their glasses.
"To Mary Margaret, Emma, Sam, Dean, Cas, and Jack."
Everyone applauded, ready to drink when the bell on the door made everyone turn toward the exit. Regina entered the inn, and everyone was surprised.
"Sorry I'm late," Regina said, closing the door behind her.
Leroy put down his mug first and spoke to her.
— What's she doing here?"
"I invited her," Emma said.
"Glad you came," Henry smiled as Regina handed him a slice of her lasagna.
David and Mary Margaret took Emma aside, and the Winchesters, Castiel, and Jack joined them.
"It doesn't matter what she did in the past," Emma said.
— Did it occur to you to tell us about it?" David asked.
"Yes, but you two were a little busy this afternoon.
Mary Margaret tried to answer, but Emma cut her off.
"She's trying to change for Henry.
"Emma's right, Regina has made mistakes in the past, but I think she can be a better person for Henry," said the younger Winchester, deciding to support Emma and stand up for Regina, since he himself had made many mistakes in the past.
"David, I told you I was Lucifer's son, but I was able to prove to you that I wasn't like him," the nephilim said, also determined to stand up for Regina.
David and Mary Margaret looked thoughtful as they watched Regina and Henry eat together. They nodded in support, receiving a grateful smile from Emma.
"Thank you for supporting me, Sam and Jack, and, wait, Jack, did you say you were Lucifer's son?" Emma said, remembering what Jack had said.
"Yes, but I'm not like him. Sam, Dean, and Castiel helped me with this, and if they helped me, then Regina can be helped, too.
The Winchesters, Angel, Nephilim, and Savior continued to celebrate.
As the party continued, the younger Winchester noticed that Regina had no one to talk to and decided to approach her, but Regina decided to quietly leave the building. Sam followed her, and Emma followed with Dean.
"Regina! Emma shouted.
"Hey, what's up?" Sam shouted, catching up with her.
— What happened?" Why did you leave? Emma asked.
"I guess I just didn't have the party spirit," Regina lied.
"Archie made a cake. Why don't you stay for a piece? Emma suggested.
— I'm fine. Thank you, " Regina said politely.
"All right. Emma said, seeing that Regina had made up her mind.
"Thank you for the invitation," Regina said.
"Henry wanted you to come," Emma said.
— I'm glad you spent some time together.
"Me, too. I'd like to see him more often.
"Maybe you'll let him stay with me for a while," Regina said softly.
"His room is just ... just waiting for him."
"Oh," Emma said, " I - I'm not sure that's a good idea."
"Because you know so much about parenting in the five minutes you've spent with him," Regina said flatly.
"Talk to David. At least they took care of him while you were gone, like I did the ten years you were gone the first time.
"Regina, stop it —" Sam said.
"All right. Thank you for coming, " Emma said before returning to the inn and the elder Winchester followed her.
"No," I said. Wait. Sorry.
"Emma, I — I'm sorry," Regina apologized. — Snapping at you, I shouldn't have done that. Will you accept my apology?
"Why don't you stay?" The younger Winchester said.
"No, thanks again, but I'll go," Regina said, and left.
The Winchesters and Emma returned to the inn and continued to celebrate with everyone.
When the party was over, the Free Will 2.0 team got into an Impala and drove to the Bunker.
A few weeks later.
Dean got a call from Emma and picked up the phone.
"Emma, hi. Yes, I think we can help. I'll meet you at the city limits — " the older Winchester said, and hung up.
Dean told Sam, Castiel, and Jack that Gold had hired Emma as a bounty hunter to find his son, and asked the Winchesters, Angel, and Nephilim to help them.
The Free Will 2.0 team got together and went to Storybrooke.
The Impala pulled up outside the city limits, where Emma, Henry, and Gold were waiting for them.
"Hello, Emma and Henry —" the older Winchester said, ignoring Gold.
"I'm glad to see you, too, gentlemen," Gold said.
"So why do you need our help?" Dean asked.
"I'm looking for my son, but it's been a long time and he's probably already an adult and will be hard to find in this world, but he can do it," Gold explained and pointed his cane at the nephilim.
"Yes, I think I can find your son, but I'll need at least some of his stuff."
"Here," Gold said, and handed Jack the scarf.
"All right," the Nephilim said, and picked it up.
Jack focused and began using the scarf to track Gold's son. The Nephilim identified him as being in New York.
— I found him, he's in New York. Dean, I know you're afraid to fly, so if you want, I'll take you to the New York airport.
— Yes, I'm not afraid to fly, I just like to ride more, but I will accept your offer, - said the elder Winchester, denying his phobia and agreed to Jack's proposal, which caused a small laugh from Sam.
"All right, Gold, if you cross the line, you'll forget who you are, so I'll give you temporary immunity," the nephilim said and snapped his fingers.
"All right, we can go now.
"Yes," Jack said, snapping his fingers and moving himself, the Winchesters, Cas, Emma, Henry, and Gold to the New York airport.
"Now let's go find my son," Gold said, and walked out the door, with the Free Will 2.0 Team, Emma, and Henry following him.