Major on-screen chemistry between Charming & Ruby has many fans wondering: Will they live extramaritally ever after?
Once Upon A Time viewers were given a rare look at Charming (Josh Dallas) and Ruby’s (Meghan Ory) friendship on the show’s Nov. 11 episode, as he saved her from an angry mob of wolf hunters, but I have to ask: Could there be something more than friendship between them? This was the first time we’ve really seen Josh and Meghan work together, and while I’m not sure if their chemistry was scripted, it was absolutely undeniable.
This week’s twisted fairy tale led to the ultimate game of wolf and mouse.
When poor Billy’s corpse was found in a dumpster on the Nov. 11 episode of Once Upon A Time — side note: Billy was Cinderella’s fat mouse BFF Gus in the Enchanted Forest — everyone pointed fingers at the town’s wolf-in-waitress’s clothing, Ruby (Meghan Ory). But because Charming (Josh Dallas) is as brilliant as he is beautiful, he deduced that Ruby had been framed for a murder she didn’t commit!
Ruby herself, Meghan Ory, gives HollywoodLife.com a taste of what’s to come.
Once Upon A Time loves to rewrite the fairy tales we all thought we knew, but the show made its biggest edit last week when it was revealed that Red (Meghan Ory) was unknowingly also the Big Bad Wolf — and Meghan tells HollywoodLife.com the major twist could have serious repercussions in Storybrooke.
One of the biggest mysteries on ‘Once Upon A Time’ just got very interesting.
The hunt for Kathryn (Anastasia Griffith) remained the hottest case in Storybrooke on the March 11 episode of Once Upon A Time, and with Ruby (Meghan Ory) as her new assistant, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) came across the most shocking piece of evidence yet: a box containing a human heart! Mary Margaret’s (Ginnifer Goodwin) fingerprints were found on the box, and while the viewers know that’s because of the Snow White story, the sheriff’s department isn’t privy to that kind of information.
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