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David: Thank you. I hope Kathryn is somewhere warm, not out in the cold.
Emma: David. I think you need to start worrying about yourself a little bit more here. Your wife is missing, you're in love with another woman. There's this (picks up papers from her desk) unexplained phone call.
David: I know. I know. I just- (pauses) -I can't explain why it says that. I didn't do anything to my wife.
Emma: I'm pretty good at spotting a liar. And honestly, liars have better material. Now, go home.
David: I can go?
Emma: We don't even know if there was a crime yet. So, get some sleep.
David: Thank you. (He places the mug on the table, gets up and leaves the room. As David passes her, Emma speaks up again)
Emma: And David? Maybe, (David turns around to face Emma) get a lawyer.
Ruby: You can't be serious. A whole year without a roof on your head.
August: I get used to it. Plus I had the motorcycle so, if I didn't like a place after a while...
Ruby: I've never even been out of Storybrooke. What was your favorite place?
August: Nepal. Best people. They have these prayer temples carved into mountains that are overrun with lemurs.
Ruby: What's a lemur?
Ruby: Just give ma a sec!
August: They're little animals. Mhm. And they have these eyes that reflect light. So, at night it looks like they glow.(Ruby smiles)
Granny: Ruby! Stop flirting and get over here!(She knocks on the counter, twice. The scene transitions to The Enchanted Forest)
Voice: Who's there?(The man opens the window)
Man: Let me in.
Voice: I’m just a poor, old widow. Spare me!
Voice: Let me in, or I’ll…
Man: I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow the-(The woman opens the shutters. It is revealed that Red was the woman behind the shutters.)
Red: You’ll huff and puff?
Man: I couldn’t think of nothing.
Red: Oh, so you thought that you’d level the house with the power of your breath?(She leans in to kiss him, but doesn't.) Well, a case could be made…
Man: Oh, ho ho ho-
Red: Shh! Granny’s in the other room. You know she doesn’t like me opening the shutters.
Man: No, she doesn’t like me.
Red: That’s what I meant.
Man: You got to get out of here.
Red: I know. Anywhere.
Man: Well, a blacksmith’s boy can get work all over.
Red: You’d leave everyone you know? You’d do that for me?
Man: I’d do anything for you.
Red: (She chuckles a bit)Peter, watch out. Your air of danger is slipping.
Peter: Come out– just, for a minute.
Red: It’s already dark. She’d never let me.
Granny: (From the other room.)Red! Where are you? What are you doing?(Red tries to go to Granny, but Peter holds onto her.)
Red: Let go.
Peter: Pay the price. One kiss.
Granny: Red, get in here!(There is a short pause. Red kisses him quickly and closes the shutters and smiles. Peter leaves. She walks into the other room.)
Red: What’s going on?(There are several men with torches outside the room and are talking to Granny.)
Granny: Nothing that concerns you. Just a bunch of fools trying to get themselves killed over a few dead sheep. (There are several men with torches in the room and are talking to Granny.)
Man: Wolf took out a dozen last night.
Red: So, you called me in here to what? Just to keep me in sight?
Man: Good evening, Red. We’re just forming up a hunting party.
Red: You’re hunting the wolf? Can I go with them, please? I’ll be safe in a big group.
Granny: Don’t be ludicrous. You are staying inside and you’re keeping that hood on. You know red repels wolves.
Red: They’re not wearing red.
Granny: They’re damn fools, too. There’s only two more nights left in Wolfstime– let it take a few sheep. Now, go home.(Granny shuts the door in their faces.)
Red: I hope they kill the wolf. Then we can have lives again.
Granny: You just want to roam around the woods with that wastrel– Peter.
Red: He’s not a wastrel. He works hard. He has plans.
Granny: Oh, I am sure he does. Now, come on. You know what to do.(Granny and Red barricade and lock the doors and windows.) Now, go to sleep, girl.
Red: Yes, Granny.
Granny: I hope I don’t see that boy mooning around here tomorrow. And wear the hood.
Red: Yes, Granny.(Red goes back to her room, while Granny sits on her rocking chair, facing the door with a crossbow in her hands.)