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When a murder occurs in Storybrooke on a full moon, Spencer tries to bring the town against David by implicating Ruby, as flashbacks show Red Riding Hood find a pack of wolves who adopt her into their family.

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In Storybrooke, the Dwarfs find a bounty in the mine which could bring Emma and Mary Margaret home. Then, when a murder occurs on a full moon, Spencer (King George) tries to bring the town against David by implicating Ruby. Back in fairy tale land, Red finds a pack of wolves who adopt her into their family. Written by Nadia Nassar

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Snow White: [to Red] So... who are your friends?
Quinn: We're her pack.
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Poor Writing
24 August 2016 | by (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) – See all my reviews

The writing seems to be getting worse. Every line of dialogue seems so cliché. "You should have killed me when you had the chance." I'm not even remembering them because they happen so frequently. That line was literally spoken a second before I wrote it. How is this show so popular? Why am I even still watching it? I really like Disney and feel like I owe it to them to see this thing through. Plus I can sit here on my phone and not pay attention as much because I won't miss anything. Anyways, Ruby seems much more believable in the town rather than as Red. She seems to just have a modern face. Unfortunately very little Gold in this episode, as well as Emma's story. Something I just noticed, how are Emma and her party so clean? They're living in the forest and sleeping on the ground? Come on ABC. Put some effort into this. Red's family background was a slight twist in that they were still alive, but they have themselves spread so thin over so many characters the twist wasn't as big as it could have been.


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