History Series / OnceUponATimeInWonderland

28th Jul '17 7:48:00 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ArabianNightsDays: Agrabah. As the Enchanted Forest is modelled after medieval Europe, it's only fitting that Agrabah gets patterned after the Middle East. Plenty of genies and flying carpets, with a BedlahBabe or two thrown in.
14th Jul '17 5:27:47 PM Ingonyama
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* LeapOfFaith: Subverted. Alice first thinks that believing in her love with Cyrus will makes her cross the great divide. [[spoiler: Alice's true trial is to prove herself to be pure-hearted enough by sparing the life of the one who put Cyrus in Prison]].

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* LeapOfFaith: Subverted. Alice first thinks that believing in her love with Cyrus will makes make her cross the great divide. [[spoiler: Alice's true trial is to prove herself to be pure-hearted enough by sparing the life of the one who put Cyrus in Prison]].



* MsFanservice: The Red Queen, who wears many form fitting outfits that show off her cleavage and figure

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* MsFanservice: The Red Queen, who wears many form fitting outfits that show off her cleavage and figurefigure.



* NarniaTime: The show implies that Wonderland's time is faster than Alice's homeworld (see below YearOutsideHourInside), the scale doesn't seem to be consistant. [[spoiler: In the final, Alice return to her home but doesn't appear like she missed several years.]]

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* NarniaTime: The show implies that Wonderland's time is faster than Alice's homeworld (see below YearOutsideHourInside), but the scale doesn't seem to be consistant. consistent. [[spoiler: In the final, finale, Alice return returns to her home but doesn't appear like she missed several years.]]



* RedHerring: When the Jabberwocky [[spoiler: temporarily sides with Alice against Jafar]], she brings up how she wasn't born a monster and that evil is made, not born. This point is never brought up again in the plot, although it is otherwise a reference to a line from [[Series/OnceUponATime the parent series]].

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* RedHerring: When the Jabberwocky [[spoiler: temporarily sides with Alice against Jafar]], she brings up how she wasn't born a monster and that evil is made, not born. This point is never brought up again in the plot, although it is otherwise [[ArcWords a reference to a line line]] from [[Series/OnceUponATime the parent series]].



* TheReveal: From the end of "And They Lived...", [[spoiler: in the OUAT universe, Alice is the author of ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'']]

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* TheReveal: From the end of "And They Lived...", [[spoiler: in the OUAT universe, Alice is the author of ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'']]''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'']] What is not revealed [[spoiler:is whether she, like J.M. Barrie, Mary Shelley, the Grimm brothers, and more, was also one of ''the'' Authors]].



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Alice fighting Jafar comes off as this, especially since Aladdin himself hasn't yet appeared in either version of Once Upon a Time.

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Alice fighting Jafar comes off as this, especially since Aladdin himself hasn't yet appeared in either version of Once Upon a Time. This does eventually get addressed in season six of the parent show.



* TitleDrop: The Red Queen drops the "Once Upon A Time" in "Dirty Little Secrets".

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* TitleDrop: The Red Queen drops the "Once Upon A Time" portion in "Dirty Little Secrets".



* UncoveringRelationshipStatus: In Down the Rabbit Hole, Cyrus mentions to Alice her husband during their first meeting, she corrects him, since she's not married, to which he replies "Good."

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* UncoveringRelationshipStatus: In Down "Down the Rabbit Hole, Hole", Cyrus mentions to Alice her husband during their first meeting, she corrects him, since she's not married, to which he replies replies, "Good."



* WeaponOfXSlaying: Well, not so much slaying it appears, but like in ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010'', the Vorpal Blade seems to be [[AchillesHeel the only weapon which can harm]] the Jabberwocky, at least to the extent of being able to keep it pinned to a wall indefinitely. Like in that film, this is a MythologyGag to the blade being the one used on the creature in the poem named for it.



*** Also evident with Will and Anastasia who lived in the pre curse Enchanted Forest alongside the characters from the main show 28 years ago. The main show characters did not age due to the curse or Cora's time bubble, but Will and Anastasia are the same ages in the present despite being in Wonderland the whole time.

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*** Also evident with Will and Anastasia who lived in the pre curse pre-curse Enchanted Forest alongside the characters from the main show 28 years ago. The main show characters did not age due to either the curse or Cora's time bubble, but Will and Anastasia are the same ages in the present despite being in Wonderland the whole time.
14th Jul '17 5:01:35 PM Ingonyama
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* LateArrivalSpoiler: If you haven't watched the main show, [[spoiler: Cora]] being the Queen of Hearts is one.


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* LateArrivalSpoiler: If you haven't watched the main show, [[spoiler: Cora]] being the Queen of Hearts is one.
14th Jul '17 5:00:01 PM Ingonyama
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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: The Red Queen at the end of "Home", and solidified in "Nothing to Fear", both in her genuinely sad reaction to Lizard's death and her deciding to fight Jafar, though she suffers a brief reversion in the next episode due to a major BreakTheCutie moment, and again in the finale due to be put under a spell. Ultimately, though, her turn is permanent]].

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: The Red Queen at the end of "Home", and solidified in "Nothing to Fear", both in her genuinely sad reaction to Lizard's death and her deciding to fight Jafar, though she suffers a brief reversion in the next episode due to a major BreakTheCutie moment, and again in the finale due to be being put under a spell. Ultimately, though, her turn is permanent]].
14th Jul '17 4:58:51 PM Ingonyama
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** ** [[spoiler: The Jabberwocky performs something along these lines near the end, not actually turning good so much as working with the heroes to ensure her own freedom, mainly because she realizes Jafar is not a trustworthy partner. It doesn't work out very well for her.]]

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** ** [[spoiler: The Jabberwocky performs something along these lines near the end, not actually turning good so much as working with the heroes to ensure her own freedom, mainly because she realizes Jafar is not a trustworthy partner. It doesn't work out very well for her.]]



* ForgotAboutHerPowers: In the episode 9, the Red Queen is easily kidnapped and almost killed by the local inhabitants. She never use the magic to defend herself.

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* ForgotAboutHerPowers: In the episode 9, the Red Queen is easily kidnapped and almost killed by the local inhabitants. She never use used the magic to defend herself.
22nd May '17 6:37:50 PM DustSnitch
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22nd May '17 6:35:45 PM DustSnitch
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* FairySexy: Like most fairies in the OUAT-universe, Silvermist looks like an attractive young female.
22nd May '17 6:35:10 PM DustSnitch
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* WorkingWithTheEx: Silvermist the fairy has to transport the Knave across a lake. But that's not a problem for her. [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial She's a professional who won't let old feelings that she's completely over affect her work.]]
22nd May '17 6:34:34 PM DustSnitch
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* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: Referenced. Alice and Will clap in order to summon a fairy to help them out.


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* PsychoExGirlfriend: While transporting Alice and the Knave across the lake, Silvermist, a former lover of the Knave, drops the Knave into the water. She then goes looking for him after she hears about the Caterpillar's bounty on his head.
21st May '17 11:07:45 AM nombretomado
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** Alice comes from a world where VictorianBritain still exists.

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** Alice comes from a world where VictorianBritain UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain still exists.



* VictorianBritain: As usual, Alice is from this time period. However, [[WordOfGod according]] to [[http://tvline.com/2013/08/04/once-upon-a-time-in-wonderland-pilot-details-scheduling/ the producers]], this version is located in a separate universe and is a “land of story” removed from time (similar to Dr. Frankenstein's black-and-white Austria in another world from the parent show), thus handling the issue of ''Alice in Wonderland'' being a fictional story in its parent show. Demonstrated by the fact that the Rabbit and Knave travel from modern day Storybrooke to Alice's London ([[spoiler: and Alice, Cyrus and the Rabbit briefly return there]]) without actual TimeTravel.
** It should be noted that ''most'' characters in the parent show are simultaneously known as fictional characters (Frankenstein, Peter Pan, etc). At least to Emma Swan.
** This also allows the writers to get away with what would otherwise be PoliticallyCorrectHistory. For example, Jafar (played by an Indian actor) is able to convincingly pretend to be a doctor named "Sheffield" in Alice's world.
** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]] is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.
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