As they all toast to the harvest a harp falls out of Tiny’s pocket and clangs to the table. Seems that he has a fascination with human stuff. I wonder if he’s friends with a seagull who likes to tell him what everything is as well.
Of course his brothers aren’t into the whole human thing; his older brother, Arlo, tells him no good will come of it. Whatevs. None of them has ever even been around humans before and they’re not allowed to either! Maybe humans are great!
No! Humans are terrible! Has Tiny forgotten that they had to stop trading beans with the humans because they produced such evil farts?
I thought we’d never get that smell outta the curtains!
Plus there was that whole pillaging and conquering other realms thing. Don’t forget about that!
Maybe they’ve created a pill or something that lets them eats the beans without there being gas later! Have you ever thought of that?!?!
Nope. They’re evil. Period. End of story. Tiny wonders why the hell they even grow the beans anymore since no one ever uses them. “It’s what we do.” Seriously? That’s the answer? That’s as awesome as the ever popular mom line “Because I said so.” So Lame, Arlo, so lame.
One of the other brothers grabs the harp and then crushes it. That’s not nice! Tiny goes storming off and decides to climb down the beanstalk. That’ll show ‘em!
Back on Hook’s ship Tiny is still asleep in his cage and Charming is convinced that Hook knows what Cora is up to. He says he does not, but…..if he’d like to have his wife try to torture it outta him…well…
Charming is not amused
Snow unlocks the cage and wakes Tiny, hoping to find out if he knows why he’s been brought here. But he takes one look at Charming and flies off the handle, yelling about how he will pay for the evil he has done and knocking him on his ass.
And then he runs away while they all watch him go. Because CLEARLY he can totally outrun all of them.
Over at StoryBrooke General, Red has come by with a basket of goodies for Belle. Belle doesn’t remember Red at all, but Red’s not surprised by this. I’m pretty sure the whole town probably knows about her memory loss. Anyway, Red’s brought her a book, “The Mysterious Island”. You might remember that Snow was reading the very same book in season one. Also, it was a thing on Lost, so there’s that too. Does it mean anything? Probably not, but I thought I should mention it just in case.
Belle doesn’t seem too thrilled with the gift of a book which makes me sad because I was hoping that she’d keep that part of her even though the rest seems to be gone. Given that she and Red were friends and all, Belle wants Red to tell her the truth.
That scary stalker dude is totally made of magic, right? Right?
Oh honey, you’re just doped up and dreaming or something
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