With Colin's murder, Snow wants Bigby Wolf to come up to the Farm to investigate (yes!), but it looks like he's not allowed.
We haven't met Weyland Smith yet but Dun Pig has got a point.
That's right, why does a white guy, I mean a human, always have to be the leader?
Oh, Lord God, the one who killed Colin is Goldilocks.
She's in league with the three bears (of course) and she's one of those people who think they can save the world but can't hold down a job for more than a month.
And she's sleeping with the youngest bear. Hahahaha that's so funny.
Reynard the fox pops in.
'Speciesist?! Oh great, as if 'racist' wasn't enough of a dynamite-in-a-word.
Okay, the Farm inhabitants have an arsenal worthy of a real army. How?
Back to the Woodlands and the drunken Fosworn Knight.
Looks like what they really want to avoid from the drunken Forsworn Knight is his prophecies.
This is easy: the upcoming rebellion in the Farm.
The next bit hits Boy Blue right on the nose.
So there is a brewing rebellion on the farm and it looks like Rose Red signed up on the side of the rebels.
The other Farm animals are hunting for Reynard the Fox, someone who didn't side with the rebels.
All the other Farm Fables think this is being done to retake the Homelands but Goldilocks, one of the leaders, has other ideas.
Look, characters from the Jungle Book.
Baghera finds his prey.
'Mommy' indeed. Clever fox.
"The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe"
Look at the framed sign behind her: "Shoe Sweet Shoe". My question is why aren't they in Fabletown? They won't be noticed in the Mundy world.
Reynard finally clues in Snow on what's going on.
Snow White has been out of the loop while everything has been swirling and coming into fruition around her. It's the risk of leadership. Because of the authority and power given to a leader everybody below her or him is very careful not to get attention. The effect is that, in an organization, the one on top or the people on top are sometimes the last to know about what's going on.