'Ravenswood': Remy's sleep problems stem from a nightmare she had as a child
Check out this exclusive sneak peek look at "Ravenswood's" latest episode, titled "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" -- which we hope does not turn out to literally be true for Remy (Britne Oldford).
In the clip, Remy and her father meet with Dr. Russell (guest star Linda Gehringer), who tells the Beaumonts, "Remy is displaying an unusual combination of sleep symptoms. But I'm more concerned about what the stress is doing to her physically. ... Your mind's a busy place, always has been. You saw a psychologist for sleep-related issues when you were seven."
When Remy says that the medication Dr. Elmore prescribed at the time made the sleep problems go away, Russell then says, "I think that everything happening now can be traced back to that nightmare you had as a little girl."
That's interesting. What do you suppose "that nightmare" is? Was Remy dreaming about the pact and/or the curse roughly a decade before it started affecting her and her friends?
"Ravenswood" airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.
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