Olaf waxes philosophical about their upcoming bean harvest and the value of work and giants and blah blee bloo. His toast is cut short when a golden harp falls out of Anton's cloak. This leads to a lot of exposition from Olaf about how humans are evil and should be stopped. He might be right. Anton's not so closed minded though as Olaf and I, so he points out that just because they met some greedy, violent, awful humans doesn't mean the whole race is the same. I admire your character, Anton, but mostly, humans suck. Anton also doesn't understand why they continue to raise magical beans if they don't do anything with them. Olaf's all, "It's what we do." According to him, it is the labor that makes them who they are -- not the fruit it yields. Another jerk-faced brother picks up the golden harp and crushes it in his gigantic hand, just to be mean. Olaf tries to sow peace, but Anton has had it. He rushes outside and descends the beanstalk.
Sidebar. That was a pretty shot of from up above in CGIsland to the clouds below, but it makes me wonder about climbing logistics. There's a fair bit of distance from the edge of the opening to the beanstalk which grows up through the opening's center. Okay, maybe giant could leap from the edge to the stalk. Heck, maybe even a human could, but how do humans get off the beanstalk and onto the floor in CGIsland? Emma and Hook did, and by later in this episode, so will others. It makes no sense. But okay, let's accept that they can climb the beanstalk and get off at CGIsland. If the giants hate humans so much, why haven't they cut down the stalk (or poisoned it, or something) and sealed up the hole? It can't be that they need the beanstalk to get to L'enchantement, because they have a monopoly on the world's supply of magic beans. All right, letting go now.
Storybrooke. Hook's ship. Hook continues to sleaze in Snow's general direction, even as he pleads ignorance about Cora's plan for the not currently giant Anton. When Charming gets tough with Hook, he doesn't change his story, but he does hand over a key to the cage and suggests that they wake Anton and find out for themselves. Snow wakes him gently, but Anton is still alarmed. When he asks where the witch is, Snow says they don't know. It's then that he notices he's been downsized. When Anton panics about being small, Charming tries to lead him off the ship. That's when the fun begins. Anton says, "You. YOU!" And punches Charming in the face. The force sends our fair prince flying. When Grumpy tries to intervene, he gets the same treatment. Charming pulls a gun, but Anton knocks it out of his hand. He's about to do in Charming, when Snow fires a warning arrow and orders Anton away from her husband. Knowing he's outnumbered, Anton flees, but only after threatening Charming that he'll pay for his evil. Speaking of paying for evil, it's time for a commercial break.