Recapper: Wait. It's just a town? What's up with the castle, and why am I calling Maurice -- Sir?
Claire: Charlie, you have to save the baby!
Charlie: Claire, we're not in this show, love, but I like what you've done with your hair.
Claire: The color, yeah?
Charlie: Oh sure, the color is tops, but I was talking about the actual washing and combing of it. Good choice.
Recapper: Okay, you two, scoot.
Maurice: I told you I'd give you gold.
Rumpy: Ahhhh, you see, I *make* gold. Give me the girl.
Gaston: Yeah. Belle will not being going with you. She's staying with me, because no one gets engaged like Gaston, feels uncaged like Gaston, or remains weirdly uh-unenraged like Gaston.
Rumpy: If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it.
Gaston: I did, is what I'm saying.
Rumpy: That ring won't interfere with her taking care of my large estate.
Maurice and Gaston: No way, Rum-pay.
Belle: Are you two out of your mind? Rumpy, if my family and friends will all live, I will go with you, forever.
Rumpy: Deal! Gnnnarrrarragh.
Maurice: Belle, you cannot go with this...Beast.
Rumpy: Great, a new name. I do love names.
Belle: I make my own decisions, thank you very much.
Rumpy: Good luck with your war!
Over in Storybrooke, Moe French (Maurice) runs a floral shop. As he's unloading his van (emblazoned with a "Game of Thorns" logo -- clever, Show), Mr. Gold arrives to confiscate French's van, for defaulting on a loan. It's the day before Valentine's Day, and there are $1,000.00 worth of roses in the back. French argues with Gold and the repo man, to no avail. Regina watches from across the road, as French screams at the departing Gold. "You are the lowest. People aren't going to put up with this." When Gold approaches Madame Mayor, she says she wants to talk to him. Gold isn't interested, so it will have to wait. When Regina starts to protest, Gold says the magic word, "Please," and she backs off. It's clear from her expression, that she doesn't want to back off, but can't help herself.
Meanwhile, David Nolan is sitting alone in a booth at Granny's Diner. Mary Margaret Blanchard is in the table next to the booth, also alone. She notices that David got "the book." That book is Anna Karenina, in which adultery features heavily.