As Kurt fell off his horse, the tall man managed to catch the small brunette into his arms, and began to carry him bridal style while he walked back to the three captors' boat with the other two people.
"Why are we doing this, Sue?" the mohawk-clad man asked.
"Why, we're doing what I was paid for, Star of David," Sue said.
"I find that extremely offensive," the tan man said.
"Noah-"the tall man said.
"-Puck," Noah cut in.
"I'm sorry, Puck, we agreed to this-," the tall man was cut off yet again.
"Yeah, I know, Finn, but something doesn't feel right about this," Puck finished.
As soon as the trio got to the lake, where their boat was, Sue ran up to the donkey that was tied to the post, beginning to rip off a badge that was on the cloth covering the horse.
"What is that you're ripping," Puck asked, helping Finn get Kurt onto the boat without waking him up.
"This, dear Jew, is a patch removed from the uniform of a man in Germany," Sue supplied.
"Why Germany?" Finn asked with a dumbstruck face.
"Germany, Frankenteen, is the sworn enemy of North America," Sue said with a roll of her eyes. She swatted the horse on its bottom, "Go!"
Sue walked over the bridge crossing to the boat while continuing, "Once that animal reaches the castle, the fabric will make the prince suspect that the Germans have abducted his love. When he finds Hummel's body on the German territory of Canada, his suspicions will absolutely confirmed."
"Wait a minute," Finn interrupted, placing Kurt down gently on the cot placed in the boat, "you never said anything about killing anybody."
"I've hired you to help me start a war, Herman Munster. What did you expect? Rainbows and baking cookies?" Sue asked.
"No," Finn said, "but I don't think killing an innocent man will help solve anything."
"Excuse me," Sue said, waling up to Finn, "but did I hear the word 'think' leave your mouth? I didn't hire you for your brains, ignoramus. I hired you for your strength."
"I agree with Finn," Puck said, walking over to Sue.
"Oh great, now the womanizer has spoken," Sue laughed. "Well, fine. I'll kill the boy. And, really? What is his death got to do with you? It's none of your concern whether Porcelain dies or not."
The tall woman cornered the tan man in the back of the boat, "And remembers this! Never forget that I was the one to give you a job and money when your no good father decided to go dying."
Puck gripped the side of the boat in attempt to not raise his fist as he continued listening to her, "Do you want me sending you back to where you were? In an alleyway, in such a drunken state that you didn't even know you were a human? I remember when I met you that you thought you were a, and I quote, 'precious bumble bee stung by a bear', which, frankly, still makes no sense to me."
She turned to Finn, "And you! Don't think I won't send you back to where you were! Unemployed, brainless, hopeless, and friendless in a Westerville park!"
As soon as Sue left, Puck walked up to the tall man, who was now sulking, "Don't listen to her. She's a bitch. And you're not brainless or friendless! You have the best street smarts that I've ever seen, and I'm your friend, so don't listen to a word that dragon lady has to say."
With a pat to his back, Finn began to smile, "Thanks, Puck."
Sue ran up the stairs to begin pulling the boat out of the dock, but not before shouting, "Hey, Dopey, make sure to tie Gelfling up before he wakes up."
"That woman makes me want to throw her off the damn boat," Puck whispered harshly to himself.
"I heard that!" Sue shouted.
"Good!" Puck screamed back with a roll of his eyes before handing the rope to Finn to tie up the fair-skinned boy.