Jones' voice is thick. He looks away from Milah's corpse and up at Rumpy. "You may be more powerful now, Demon, but you're no less a coward." Rumpy looks at Jones' clenched left fist and says, "I'll have what I came for, now." Jones says he'll have to kill him, first. Rumpy says that's not in the cards for Jones', unsheathes his sword and slices off Jones' left hand. Jones falls to the deck. There's minimum bloodshed -- just a few drops, really -- which I appreciate, particularly after last week's episode of The Vampire Diaries. Rumpy picks up Jones' hand and tells him he wants him alive, because he wants the pirate to suffer, as he did.
Mustering all his strength, Jones grabs the fallen hook, rises, charges at Rumpy, and plunges the hook into his heart. Rumpy feigns a moan, but says killing him will take more than that. Jones says, "Even demons can be killed. I will find a way." Rumpy says, "Well good luck living long enough," and disappears in a puff of thick, maroon smoke. The hook falls to the deck. Jones bends down and picks it up. Holding it before him, he looks at Milah and then back at the hook.
Storybrooke. Mines. Smee puts Belle in a minecart and handcuffs her to it. He explains about town line amnesia and gives her a flashlight, saying it should help her find the key to the cuffs, which he left at the bottom of the cart. And she's supposed to remember that how, exactly? He wishes her luck and pulls a lever. The cart starts off. Smee ignores Belle's pleas. She fumbles for the key at the bottom of the cart. She finds it, and for a moment I think she's going to save herself, which I would have loved, but then she drops the key to the ground. Suddenly, the cart screeches to a stop and reverses as blue magic pulls it back from whence it came. At the end of her journey, Belle finds Red, Rumpy, and Charming waiting for her. At some point, Mo wanders into view. Red is impressed by Rumpy's power. He opens Belle's cuffs. Charming scoops her out of the cart. Rumpy asks Belle if she's all right and if she remembers who he is. She does, and when she speaks his name, he embraces her, but she gently pushes him off.