History Series / AdventuresInWonderland

9th Jan '17 4:13:52 AM Silverblade2
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition, and the Duchess, who goes from a {{Gonk}} to [[HeyItsThatGuy Teri Garr.]]

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition, and the Duchess, who goes from a {{Gonk}} to [[HeyItsThatGuy Teri Garr.]]
9th Jan '17 3:52:54 AM Anddrix
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* AnAesop: Each episode has its own moral. Some are {{Anvilicious}}, but still others are actually [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped poignant.]]
** AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle: A variation, as Alice would end most episodes discussing the day's aesop with her cat Dinah, providing the lesson in a way that wasn't disconnected from the rest of the episode.

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* AnAesop: Each episode has its own moral. Some are {{Anvilicious}}, but still others are actually [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped poignant.]]
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AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle: A variation, as Alice would end most episodes discussing the day's aesop with her cat Dinah, providing the lesson in a way that wasn't disconnected from the rest of the episode.
8th Jan '17 3:48:53 PM Pamina
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition, and the Duchess, who is changed from a {{Gonk}} to Teri Garr.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition, and the Duchess, who is changed goes from a {{Gonk}} to [[HeyItsThatGuy Teri Garr.]]


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* NoMatterHowMuchIBeg: The Hatter evokes this trope word for word in "He's Not Heavy, He's My Hatter," when he makes the Hare promise not to let him eat any more cookies so he can lose weight.
8th Jan '17 3:05:37 PM Pamina
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* SpinningClockHands: Parodied in "The Adventures of Spectacular Man," when the Hatter and Hare spend the night reading comic books - at first we think the trope is being played straight, but then the Hare comments "You really should fix that clock," and the Hatter pounds it to make the hands stop spinning.

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* SpinningClockHands: Parodied in "The Adventures of Spectacular Man," when the Hatter and Hare spend the night reading comic books - at first we think the trope is being played straight, but then the Hare comments "You really should fix that clock," and the Hatter pounds it to make the hands stop spinning.
8th Jan '17 3:00:00 PM Pamina
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* SpinningClockHands: Parodied in "The Adventures of Spectacular Man," when the Hatter and Hare spend the night reading comic books - at first we think the trope is being played straight, but then the Hare comments "You really should fix that clock," and the Hatter pounds it to make the hands stop spinning.
7th Jan '17 2:09:55 PM Pamina
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The Queen, the Hatter, and especially Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who are sleek, athletic dancers instead of the fat little twins of tradition.tradition, and the Duchess, who is changed from a {{Gonk}} to Teri Garr.



* StockAnimalDiet: The White Rabbit loves carrots and leafy green vegetables, while the Dormouse loves cheese... even though dormice [[FridgeLogic aren't really mice.]] (Then again, real mice don't actually love cheese either.)

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* StockAnimalDiet: The White Rabbit loves carrots and leafy green vegetables, while the Cheshire Cat loves cream, and the Dormouse loves cheese... even though dormice [[FridgeLogic aren't really mice.]] (Then again, real mice don't actually love cheese either.)
6th Jan '17 9:15:09 PM Pamina
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* BrokenTreasure: the rabbit accidentally breaks a crystal vase belonging to the Queen, and has to take a second job plus various odd jobs in order to afford to replace it. It turns out the original vase was made of cheap glass.

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* BrokenTreasure: In the episode "This Bunny for Hire," the rabbit accidentally breaks a crystal "crystal" vase belonging to the Queen, and has to take a second job plus various odd jobs in order to afford to replace it. It turns out the original vase was made of cheap glass.
6th Jan '17 9:05:48 PM Pamina
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* TheMovingExperience: In the episode "Welcome Back Hatter," the Hatter wins a "castle" in a contest and everyone thinks he'll be moving away from Wonderland to live in it, but in the end it turns out that the castle is a tiny toy.
4th Jan '17 11:20:16 AM LarryMullen
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* DisabledCharacterDisabledActor: Two different episodes follow the pattern of "a disabled female cousin of one of the main cast, played by an actually-disabled actress, visits Wonderland and teaches everyone how she copes with her disability." The episode "On a Roll" features the Hatter's wheelchair-bound cousin Hedda Hatter, played by Christopher Anne Templeton, while "The Sound and the Furry" features the Hare's deaf cousin April Hare, played by Marlee Matlin.
1st Jan '17 5:49:48 PM Xtifr
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** In "The Red Queen Crown Affair," the Hatter's Box of Clues includes a sled named [[CitizenKane Rosebud]].

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** In "The Red Queen Crown Affair," the Hatter's Box of Clues includes a sled named [[CitizenKane [[Film/CitizenKane Rosebud]].
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