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* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: As Cassandra's part of the story is Prince Charming, she becomes attractive even to women.

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* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: As Cassandra's part of the story is Prince Charming, she becomes attractive even to women.women ([[ShipTease including Eve]]).


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** Also, Jenkins implies another one (although this one [[SubvertedTrope ultimately gets explained in one of the books]]):
-->'''Jenkins:''' (''regarding which artifact could be behind this'') And the genie's lamp can go.
-->'''Cassandra:''' Why not the genie's lamp?
-->'''Jenkins:''' ...it's ''never'' the genie's lamp.


* BitchInSheepsClothing:
[=McGuire=] seems like such a nice man but that's just a facade for the selfish predator he is.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing:
BitchInSheepsClothing: [=McGuire=] seems like such a nice man but that's just a facade for the selfish predator he is.


* BitchInSheepsClothing: McGuire seems like such a nice man but that's just a facade for the selfish predator he is.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: McGuire BitchInSheepsClothing:
[=McGuire=]
seems like such a nice man but that's just a facade for the selfish predator he is.



* ItsAllAboutMe:McGuire is willingly to kill an entire town and drain the life of a child if it means restoring himself and stopping his aging. It's even mentioned how he believes that since he gave so much to the town, the town should give back to ''him''.

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* ItsAllAboutMe:McGuire ItsAllAboutMe: [=McGuire=] is willingly to kill destroy an entire town and drain the life of a child if it means restoring himself and stopping his aging. It's even mentioned how he believes that since he gave so much to the town, the town should give back to ''him''.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: McGuire seems like such a nice man but that's just a facade for the selfish predator he is.


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* ItsAllAboutMe:McGuire is willingly to kill an entire town and drain the life of a child if it means restoring himself and stopping his aging. It's even mentioned how he believes that since he gave so much to the town, the town should give back to ''him''.


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* DudeWheresMyRespect: The woman who Jacob saved from the wolf's stomach thanks Cassandra for saving her due to her becoming prince charming.

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* BlatantLies: The Librarians are conducting a traffic flow study. During the course of which, they discover swamp gas. But no need to call the authorities, it's all been dealt with.
* BornLucky: Ezekiel takes on this archetype for the episode.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Ezekiel has trouble believing that the traffic accident was caused by a troll. Jenkins assumes it's because trolls aren't indigenous to the Pacific Northwest.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: The woman who Jacob saved from the wolf's stomach thanks Cassandra for saving her due to her becoming prince charming.Prince Charming.



* NoodleIncident: The chalkboard of artifacts.

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The fairy tale takes a hard left turn in this direction after Ezekiel gives Jamie the book. The huntsman is a robot! The princess is a ninja! Prince Charming is actually Merlin!
* NoodleIncident: The chalkboard of artifacts.
artifacts.
* RoboCam: We get a brief shot like this from Jacob's perspective, after Jamie declares that he's a robot.
* RousingSpeech: Cassandra gets to give one at the climax of the episode.



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!!This episode is contains the following tropes:

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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Non-human example: The ArtifactOfDoom responsible for the fairy tales coming to life also caused The Black Death (by draining life from people to fuel its power).


* MartyStu: Ezekiel becomes's 'the Jack', who Jenkins describes as being the only character in fables who never gets a bad ending and always wins.

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* MartyStu: Ezekiel becomes's 'the Jack', who Jenkins describes as being the only character in fables who never gets a bad ending and always wins.


* DudeWheresMyRespect: The woman who Jacob thanks Cassandra for saving her due to her becoming prince charming.

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* DudeWheresMyRespect: The woman who Jacob saved from the wolf's stomach thanks Cassandra for saving her due to her becoming prince charming.

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* DudeWheresMyRespect: The woman who Jacob thanks Cassandra for saving her due to her becoming prince charming.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: As Cassandra's part of the story is Prince Charming, she becomes attractive even to women.



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* NoodleIncident: The chalkboard of artifacts.

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Fairy tales are coming to life in a small town. Not only are magical creatures coming from nowhere, but the people in the town are getting pulled into the stories and assigned roles. And ''real'' fairy tales don't have happy endings.

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* EvilOldFolks: Getting old sucks. So says the VillainOfTheWeek.

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