History Series / OnceUponATimeInWonderland

3rd Apr '16 5:57:22 PM Aiguille
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* FeministFantasy: Alice is not only an ActionGirl, but brilliant and able to outwit the various {{Chessmaster}}s gunning for her. Discovering that her LostLenore is still alive, Alice undertakes a quest to rescue him.

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* FeministFantasy: Alice is not only an ActionGirl, but brilliant and able to outwit the various {{Chessmaster}}s gunning for her. Discovering that her LostLenore TheLostLenore is still alive, Alice undertakes a quest to rescue him.
12th Jan '16 4:11:10 PM wrm5
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Since most of the fairytale characters are based on Disney's interpretation more than their original source material, this happens a lot, most obvious with [[GrandVizierJafar Jafar]].

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Since most of the fairytale characters are based on Disney's interpretation more than their original source material, this happens a lot, most obvious with [[GrandVizierJafar [[UsefulNotes/GrandVizierJafar Jafar]].
19th Dec '15 12:07:17 PM Yahya
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Agrabah seems to resemble the Great Moghul Empire more than anything in this version.
28th Sep '15 7:03:56 PM NOYB
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* 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 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.

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* 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.



** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that [[OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]] is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.

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** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that [[OneHundredAndOneDalmatians [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]] is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.
28th Sep '15 7:02:35 PM NOYB
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** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that Cruella de Vil is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.

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** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that [[OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil Vil]] is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.
28th Sep '15 7:01:30 PM NOYB
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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: {{Justified}} since, according to the producers, Alice's Victorian London is a separate "land of story" that exists in our time rather than the actual historical Victorian London. This allows Jafar, played by an Indian actor, to pose as "Dr. Sheffield" without anyone batting an eyelash.

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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: {{Justified}} since, according to the producers, Alice's Victorian London is a separate "land of story" that exists in parallel with our time world rather than the actual historical Victorian London. This allows Jafar, played by an Indian actor, to pose as "Dr. Sheffield" without anyone batting an eyelash.


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** The parent show later uses the same concept by showing that Cruella de Vil is from another parallel England that's stuck in TheRoaringTwenties.
1st Aug '15 11:44:00 AM emperormasakado
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* FeministFantasy: Alice is not only an ActionGirl, but brilliant and able to outwit the various {{Chessmaster}}s gunning for her. Discovering that her LostLenore is still alive, Alice undertakes a quest to rescue him.
9th Jul '15 3:01:11 AM rafi
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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 the magic to defend herself.
27th Jun '15 6:19:32 AM rafi
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Since most of the fairytale characters are based on Disney's interpretation more than their original source material, this happens a lot, most obvious with [[GrandVizierJafar Jafar]]. Though the Cheshire Cat is notably more aggressive towards Alice here than both the original and the Disney movie.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Since most of the fairytale characters are based on Disney's interpretation more than their original source material, this happens a lot, most obvious with [[GrandVizierJafar Jafar]].
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Though the Cheshire Cat is notably more aggressive towards Alice here than both the original and the Disney movie. movie.
** The Caterpillar. He was a side character who gave cryptic advice in Alice in Wonderland, but turns out to be more like a mob boss in the series.
15th Jan '15 6:50:56 AM NemuruMaeNi
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* ActionGirl: Alice and Lizard.



* TheAtoner: [[spoiler: The Red Queen]].



* BattleCouple: Alice and Cyrus.



* [[spoiler: EvilVersusEvil: In "Home" The Red Queen and Jafar's alliance falls apart and Jafar is now actively trying to kill her]].

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* [[spoiler: EvilVersusEvil: In [[spoiler:In "Home" The Red Queen and Jafar's alliance falls apart and Jafar is now actively trying to kill her]].



* [[spoiler: HappilyEverAfter: The series ends with Alice and Cyrus married in England with a daughter. Will and Anastasia become the White King and the White Queen of Wonderland. Naturally, the episode is titled "And They Lived..."]]

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* [[spoiler: HappilyEverAfter: The [[spoiler:The series ends with Alice and Cyrus married in England with a daughter. Will and Anastasia become the White King and the White Queen of Wonderland. Naturally, the episode is titled "And They Lived..."]]



* [[IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim If You Kill Her, You Will Be Just Like Her]]: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by Alice as the reason she [[spoiler: didn't kill The Red Queen]] when presented with the opportunity:

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* [[IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim If You Kill Her, You Will Be Just Like Her]]: IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by Alice as the reason she [[spoiler: didn't kill The Red Queen]] when presented with the opportunity:



* KnightOfCerebus: [[spoiler: The Jabberwocky]].
* LadyOfBlackMagic: Amara.



* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Cheshire Cat.



* [[ThatManIsDead That Woman Is Dead]]: An interesting example - Will treats the Red Queen and [[spoiler: Anastasia]] as two separate people. The actress also adjusts her performance accordingly.

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* [[ThatManIsDead That Woman Is Dead]]: An interesting example - ThatManIsDead: Will treats the Red Queen and [[spoiler: Anastasia]] as two separate people. The actress also adjusts her performance accordingly.
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