Bash in Emergency Mode

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Bash in Emergency Mode

I'm sure this is a really dumb question, but if I use a command in Fedora 23 emergency mode, and that command doesn't exist, I don't come back to the command prompt, but enter what appears to be a text mode. How do I get back to the command line?
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Actually it should say "not found" and come back to the command line.
Perhaps after some time-out.
Give it a Ctrl-C interrupt!
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