Rumpelstiltskin was terrible story. We all thought when he helped the poor miller's daughter weave straw into gold it was out of goodwill, and when he set out the conditions, k, he wasn't being all nice, but he was being fair. And you know the story... in order to free the woman of her debt, he posed such a difficult riddle that obviously no one could answer (Rumpelstintskin, reALLY?!!). But of course, the farmer's daughter and now Queen spied on him, got his name and broke the contract. Now who played who?