After days of walking, the group find their lost caravan. Rapunzel and Cassandra are still at odds following the events at the Great Tree as both girls are still upset they did not listen to each other. In order to try and lift the tension between them, Rapunzel volunteers herself and Cassandra to get supplies in hopes of getting an opportunity to talk things over. However, Cassandra stumbles upon a magic wand that accidentally erases Rapunzel's memories of everything that has happened since she left the tower.
With no memory of who Cassandra is, Rapunzel suspects that she is some sorceress who used magic to kidnap her from her tower and is after her hair. Cassandra manages to regain her trust, and sets out to make an antidote that will restore her memories. She also plays along in helping Rapunzel get back to her tower. While searching for the ingredients for the antidote, it is déjà vu for Rapunzel who is amazed by the wonders of the outside world as she was when she first left the tower. All the while, Cassandra does her best to keep the truth of the situation from Rapunzel. She also begins to learn from Rapunzel of how important it is to open up about your feelings since it is not always healthy to keep them bottled up, which is what she has been doing since the Great Tree.
By nightfall however, Rapunzel eventually sees through Cassandra's lies and goes rogue. She ambushes Eugene and Lance and captures them. She then has them hanging from a tree over a lake of piranhas. However, Cassandra manages to talk Rapunzel down, and apologizes before giving her the antidote which restores her memories. Eugene and Lance however still end up in the lake of piranhas, but survive. The next day before setting off, Rapunzel and Cassandra finally talk things out, mending their friendship.
- Mandy Moore as Rapunzel
- Zachary Levi as Flynn Rider
- Eden Espinosa as Cassandra
- James Monroe Iglehart as Lance Strongbow
- Paul F. Tompkins as Shorty
- The German version of the title in English is "Everything Starts At the Beginning".
- There are a few sequences that reference scenes from the film.
- Rapunzel has Cassandra tied up in her hair like she did when she first met Eugene.
- Rapunzel hits herself with her frying pan.
- Feeling grass beneath her feet for the first time again.
- Screaming when she sees a rabbit (but apparently a scream of delight rather than fear this time)
- Swinging around a tree from her hair.
- Rapunzel says that her mother always makes soup for her birthday.
- Rapunzel mentions everything Mother Gothel told her to be careful about including the plague.
- Rapunzel says "who are you, and how did I get here" to Cassandra, referencing her line "who are you, and how did you find me?", when she first met Eugene.
- The cover of the potion recipe book, and the symbol on the apothecary cart, features the emblem of Separatists of Saporia.
- Continuation of the aftermath of "Rapunzel and the Great Tree", Cassandra struggles with the injury of her right arm.
- The caravan is retrieved in this episode.
- Be careful what you wish for.
- Don't keep things 'Bottled up', talk about them.
- This is one of five episodes to have Rapunzel's name in the title. The other four are "Rapunzel's Enemy," "Rapunzel and the Great Tree," "Rapunzeltopia" and "Rapunzel's Return."
- "Under Raps" technically has her name as well, but Raps is just a pet name.
- Rapunzel's Tower is mentioned along with Mother Gothel. Gothel is mentioned as just "mother" by Rapunzel.
- When Cassandra catches the Memory Wand she catches it end down, but in the next scene (when she makes her wish) she's holding it the right way round.