Enchanted Forest Village, Day. Grace leads Jefferson to a toy cart in the center of the marketplace. She immediately falls in love with a beautiful stuffed white rabbit and declares it a perfect guest for their tea parties. The woman running the cart is Regina, of course, magically disguised as very old gypsy woman, one who apparently uses the same dentist as Rumpelstiltskin.
Sidebar of Liberal Guilt: I don't know if I'm supposed to use the word gypsy. I don't want to refer to Regina's get-up as Romani, because it is such a stereotypical disguise, complete with head scarf, enormous earrings, and a vaguely Dracula-ish accent. It's hard to be politically correct in fairy tale land without losing the magic of the story. So, gentle readers, when I write about dwarfs, gypsies or witches, please know I don't mean real people with dwarfism, Romani or Travelers of any ethnicity, or pagans, etc. This show is going to be full of these stock characters. There's no way around it. I don't want to disclaimer myself to death and suck out all the charm -- although I think I just did, so let's get back to the story.
Jefferson asks how much the rabbit is. Gypsied-Up Regina (GUR) says it costs one silver. Jefferson only has eight coppers. GUR says, "Oh, you are good father. Your last coppers for your leeeetle girl's happiness." When Jefferson hands her the money and thanks her, GUR says, "Oh, I deeeeed not say I accept. Alas, I cannot take less than one silver. It's zee economy." She snatches the rabbit back from Grace. "You understand." Grace is no self-entitled brat. She lives up to her name and cheerfully consoles her father as she assures him she doesn't need it. When Jefferson tries to barter with GUR, Grace insists they leave because other people are waiting in line. Humiliated, Jefferson leads Grace away.