After some time of being tied up, the man in the chair regained his consciousness. He looked forward to see Kairi and Rapunzel looking at him.
???: What the hell is going on here? Who are you girls and why did you hit me? I demand answers.
Rapunzel: We're the ones asking the questions here. You are in no position to making any demands. First of all, what is your name?
???: I'm not telling your my name. No way, no how. Not until you show me some respect.
Rapunzel hit the man on the head.
???: Ow, that hurt. Stop hitting me.
Rapunzel: I'll stop hitting you if you answer my questions like a good boy. Now, I'll ask you again. What is your name?
???: Fine, it's Flynn, Flynn Rider. Will you let me go now?
Rapunzel: Not yet, Flynn Rider. There's still some things we need to talk about. First of all, why are you here?
Flynn: I was just traveling through the forest, and I just happened to find this weird treehouse thing in the middle of the clearing.
Rapunzel: Why did you jump in my window? Is there a sign that says, "Trespassers welcome. Please come in and steal all my stuff"?
Flynn: Why on earth do you think I came here to steal your stuff?
Rapunzel: Why else would you come here?
Flynn: If you must know, I was running away from some coworkers. We had a bit of a, falling out.
Kairi: What happened?
Flynn: Well, you see, it's nothing.
Rapunzel: It's definitely not nothing. Tell me what happened.
Kairi: Rapunzel, don't you think you might be being a bit too forceful with him?
Rapunzel: What do you mean?
Kairi: I mean, most people don't take so kindly to being yelled at. You'd probably have better luck talking gently to him.
Rapunzel: Really? Alright, I'll give that a try. Mr. Flynn, my name is Rapunzel. I apologize for my behavior.
Flynn: It's fine, and to answer your question, my business partners and I are having problems, because I kind of took all our loot.
Kairi: I can see how that would upset someone.
Rapunzel: So, you are a thief. And you came here to take my hair?
Flynn: What? No. Why would I want your hair? It's lovely sure, but why would I want it?
Rapunzel: Never mind, forget I said anything.
Flynn: Fine. But, you have to answer one question for me. Why are you here alone?
Rapunzel: My mother won't let me leave. She says that if I go out into the real world, people will try to take advantage of me.
Kairi: That's ridiculous. The world isn't filled with light, but it's not ridiculously dark either. People aren't just going to try to steal your hair out of the blue.
Rapunzel: Well, that's what my mother says. And I wouldn't want to upset my mother.
Flynn: That's rough man.
Kairi: Yeah, you can't stay cooped up here forever.
Rapunzel: So, I should just leave?
Kairi: Sure, everyone deserves to see the world at least once. You'll learn that it's really not that bad.
Flynn: And if it does get bad, I'll be there to help.
Rapunzel: Hmm, well, I did get my mother to go away for a while. I should have time to go see the world, just like I've always dreamed to.
Kairi: You should always follow your dreams.
Rapunzel: Alright, I'll do it. While we're there, I have to see the lantern show. It always happens on my birthday, as if it's just for me. I want to see the beauty up close.
Kairi: We'll definitely check it out then.
Flynn: Okay, but first, could you let me go?
Rapunzel: Oh, right.
Rapunzel used a knife to cut the ropes that had tied Flynn down and then the three of them left the tower to go on their adventure.