Fairy tales are all about leading up to happily-ever-afters, but presumably when ABC's "Once Upon a Time" reaches its happily ever after, the show is over. Right? Things can't get too happy or else the drama is gone?
 
Not true, protests Ginnifer Goodwin, who I talked to on the PaleyFest red carpet in Los Angeles last weekend. The "Big Love" veteran, who plays Snow White on "Once Upon a Time," suggests that the characters deserve some downtime.
 
"I want to see them making tacos," Goodwin suggests.
 
Tacos may not be in the cards for the "Once Upon a Time" characters, but Goodwin suggests that we'll soon get to see more of my favorite incarnation of Snow White, the Woodland Warrior version of Snow. She also discusses her own accident-prone nature which led to a hospital vision last season.
 
Check out the interview above, as well as my chat with series creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis.
 
The next new "Once Upon a Time" episode airs on Sunday (March 10) night.