Do you know how Sean Maguire, who plays Robin, is coming back into the picture?
He’s coming back as Maid Marian! [laughs] Kidding. Twist of all twists, he wasn’t really dead.
Yeah, I have no idea how he’s coming back. I’m excited to find out, but I have no clue. I have no insight past the episode that I’m filming. It’s exciting though, and I think it’s going to be great for everyone. For our audience to have one of our favorite characters back, and that’s the thing with “Once Upon a Time.” We find ways to bring characters and people we love back onto the show. I have no idea what lies ahead for Robin Hood or Regina, but I’m excited to find out.
Robin Hood is returning. Can you talk about how that will affect Regina?
I have no idea. [Laughs] I have no idea how he’s even coming back, and how that story is going to be told. His soul was obliterated, but no one ever really dies on this show, so I feel like, with our storytelling, we can always find these loopholes to tell these stories and bring our favorite characters back. It’s going to be fun to have Sean [Maguire] back. He always brings a lot of laughter and light to the set. He’s a joy to be around. He’s a lot of fun. He’s funny. We develop such strong friendships on the show, so it’s like having your cousin or brother back. It’s a family show and everyone has little babies that hang out together, so it really is a family show.