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RedCap has delivered Belle to her dad. While she’s happy to see him, she’s less than thrilled to find out that he had her kidnapped. Well dad is less than thrilled to find out that Belle has actually fallen in love with Rumpy.
Maurice tries to forbid Belle from seeing Rumpy, but she’s a grown ass woman who refuses to be grounded by her dad. So he tells RedCap to do it. DO WHAT?!?!?!?
We’re not finding out yet. Instead, we join Charming and Rumpy asking the townspeople if they’ve seen Belle. Charming is regretting his decision to help Rumpy because it seems that everyone they talk to has some horrific tale of woe to share with Rumpy the prime woe causer.
Rumpy counters by asking Charming for dating advice. Oh, and this is rich….Charming tells Rumpy that there has to be honesty.
So it turns out Milah wasn’t kidnapped. She fell in love and while still beer goggling, ran away with Killian to see the world. It wasn’t so hard to leave Rumpy because she never loved him. She offers to give him the magic bean in exchange for her and Killian’s lives.
In Storybrooke Charming and Rumpy’s next stop on the Belle search tour is Granny’s. Red pretends that she hasn’t seen her until Charming begs her to help. Okay. She did see her; Red says she pointed her in the direction of the library.
After getting assurances from Charming that he will make sure nothing bad happens to Belle, Red says she thinks she can find her. You see, certain senses have begun to get stronger since the reawakening; namely, Red’s got a wolfy sense of smell with which to track our favorite bibliophile.
And off they go! Red is following Belle’s scent through town, but all of a sudden she loses it. Right in front of a certain florist’s shop. But Daddy Dearest has already decided if she won’t give up Rumpy she’ll have to give up everything. Damn. His punishment is HARSH. Rather than have her return to Rumpy, Belle’s dad is going to send her across the town line so she forgets Rumpy, even if that means her forgetting Dad too. I guess erasing your kid’s memory is the new grounding in Storybrooke. That’s fucked up.