One of the best episodes of Wonderland so far. I'm not sure if it's the reduced amount of CGI in Agrabah or Naveen Andrews without the Jerry curl, but it was much better (despite the fact that his mentor since he was a small child became his lover, gross) It makes me want to see Jafar in the Enchanted Forest a little bit, and seeing bandit Snow with Alice might actually be pretty cool (doubt it will happen, but could spark some medicore fanfiction) Either way, Jefferson proved that "loosing your head" in no way means death, so that was confusing. And "Bill the Lizard" is in secret crush-love with knave, who is becoming more attractive every episdoe. And that old man prisioner, the sultan? A spy (ala Aladdin)?
This episode did a good job of showing that the series is indeed getting better, that the storyline gets better as the series progresses. 'Cuz honestly the first few episodes were..ehhh...not that great :/
Arctucrus wrote: This episode did a good job of showing that the series is indeed getting better, that the storyline gets better as the series progresses. 'Cuz honestly the first few episodes were..ehhh...not that great :/
^ I could not agree more, regarding the first few episodes. I really thought it was crap.
I keep watching b/c I really like the Red Queen and Jafar. And I get more invested with every episode!
I think that Jafar's snake staff is the source of his power and since it's Amara she would die if it got smashed, since she was turned into a serpent than harden into a staff, and he would lose some of his powers but not all of them.
I loved the Tweedles in this episode too. The way they pose all the time when they stand still xD.
I already saw it coming that Amara was going to be poisoned and turned into a snake (when that scene arrived though, not in the beginning of the episode). And I have a hunch that the old prisoner is the Sultan. At least I want him to be.
I really hate the Red Queen here. Especially when she had this confrontation wih Alice after Jafar turned Will into stone. I really want Regina comes there and b**thslap that little wannabe cheerleader and take her heart out...
Also maybe had Jafar duel with Rumpel with Rumpel wins the battle...
These two villains are horrible. Good job on this episode, producer and the actors! I start hating them both!
I KNOW!!!! I thought she might have some human in her when she saw her former lover turned to stone. Jafar kept waiting, I think he was testing RQ more than he was testing Alice to be honest. I was not that invested in the show, but I think Jafar's quest to "change the rules of magic" most deff will affect our most beloved OUAT characters, in a twist sort of way, even if it's minor. I barely care about the love-situation going on here, but the knave turning to stone is somehow widly romanictic. It brings back to the first seaon, where you first fell in love with Fredrick and Abigail. Very Romeo and Juliet, just so tragic, which makes you more invested for some reason. I don't think I would care as much if it were someone who was less hansome/tragic as Michael Socha (really, he looks so lovable in that cell). I'm not sure what they are doing to him that makes me root for someone on a platform With this show, I thought I could care less about the romanitc aspect (if anything), but it's somewhat working. I was super pissed at "Anastsia" (who I'm becoming increasingly conviced is Maleficent's daughter, just a theory) because she should have saved him. As cheesy as it is, I'm almost hoping for a love-triangle.
Jafar said something about the power of the "3 Genies". And one of them is Cyrus. Do you guys think that one of these genies happens to be Sidney Glass? When I see the lamp, I thought it was belonged to the genie that became trapped inside Queen Regina's mirror. But I guess I'm wrong, considering that when Jafar look at the empty red circular thing, it happens during the current Wonderland timeline.