'Once Upon a Time' 1.15 Preview: Red Riding Hood Is No Match to Wolf
Red Riding Hood is teaming up with Snow White in the next episode of "Once Upon a Time". In the fairytale land that was, Ruby turns out to be the girl in the red cap and she yearns to run away with her true love. However, she and her fellow townspeople are virtual prisoners when a wolf continues on its relentless killing spree.
As other villagers are hiding themselves from the monster, Red Riding Hood is the only one who is brave enough to hunt the wolf. Snow White stumbles across the town and Red asks for her help in hunting the wolf, but they soon find out that none of them is a match to the bloodthirsty creature.
In Storybrooke, after quitting Granny's diner, Ruby is hired by Emma to be her assistant in order to help her discover what it is that she's good at in life. In the meantime, Emma continues questioning David about the disappearance - and possible murder - of Kathryn.
"Red-Handed" will air Sunday, March 11 at 8/7c on ABC.
Recently at PaleyFest in Los Angeles, Joshua Dallas revealed that his character David and Robert Carlyle's Mr. Gold will be seeking help from psychologist Archie Hopper (Raphael Sbarge). "David's got problems," Dallas shared.
"He's got a lot of things he's trying to figure out," the actor went on explaining. "He was in a coma for 28 years...he's trying to figure out why he doesn't love [his wife] the way he used to, the way he's supposed to, and his feelings for Mary Margaret."
Meanwhile, co-creator Edward Kitsis teased the possible return of Jamie Dornan's Sheriff Graham, who was killed off earlier this season. "He's still very much alive when we go back to fairy tale land, so who knows," he claimed.
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