Rapunzel and Pascal are in town checking out a cart belonging to an elderly Chinese man. Pascal finds a finger trap and gets his front legs stuck. As they go on with their day, Rapunzel and Pascal meet up with the cobbler, Feldspar, who appears to be in a pickle. He needs to attend an immediate shoe emergency cannot leave his "precious" all alone. Thinking that he is referring to the rabbit in the flowerbed feasting on some cabbage, Rapunzel volunteers to watch over him.
Rapunzel feels quite confidant that she can handle one cute little bunny, but soon after Feldspar leaves the rabbit runs off. As Pascal continues to struggle with the finger trap, Rapunzel chases the rabbit throughout the town. As she does so, she bumps into people, some carrying barrels of apples. Upon reaching the fountain, Rapunzel manages to catch the rabbit but it slips out of her hands. She is close to giving up, but after Pascal manages to free his front legs by relaxing, she is inspired to do the same. Sitting beside the fountain with her legs crossed, Rapunzel begins to mediate and goes to her "Happy Place." Thinking calm happy thoughts, the rabbit surprisingly comes back and lets her hold him without trouble. Rapunzel brings the rabbit back to the flowerbed and was just about to feed him the cabbage he was feasting on earlier when Feldspar shows up and stops her. She discovers that Feldspar was actually asking her to watch over the cabbage in his flowerbed and not the rabbit.
- Rapunzel states that "princesses and cute little woodland creatures are always the best of friends" based on what she has read in fairy tales. This is a clear self-reference to Disney's long history of using this trope.