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"Street Rats" is the 116th episode of Once Upon a Time. In flashbacks to Agrabah, the princess, Jasmine, recruits a supposed street rat, Aladdin, to help her recover a secret weapon capable of breaking Jafar's hold on the Sultan and saving the city from ruin; their quest takes them to the Cave of Wonders, where Aladdin's fate is revealed. Over in Storybrooke, the Evil Queen tricks Emma's loved ones and forces the savior to reveal her secret in an effort to divide the family. The Queen also takes to pampering Zelena while, elsewhere in town, Regina and our heroes scramble to learn what became of a certain diamond in the rough.
"Dark Waters" is the 117th episode of Once Upon a Time. While Emma tries convincing Aladdin to work with Jasmine to help Agrabah, Regina teams up with Snow and David to free Archie from Zelena. The Evil Queen spends this time sowing suspicion between Henry and Hook, even as Mr. Gold reminds her of his most important lesson. In the past, Hook finds himself kidnapped by the mysterious Captain Nemo and held captive inside his legendary submarine, the Nautilus.
Jafar is one of the main characters of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A powerful dark magician, Jafar has great plans for the young and willful Alice, related to her lover's magic bottle and the wishes he can great. Jafar originates from the land of Agrabah and has somehow found his way to Wonderland, wherein he will stop at nothing until he gets what he wants, and will try to dispose of those who stand in his way or who no longer are of any use to him. Ultimately, Jafar succeeds in his aim to change the laws of magic, but this comes back to haunt him when Nyx, the guardian to the Well of Wonders, punishes him for stealing her water by forcing him to serve eternity as a genie in a bottle.
"The Serpent" is the 4th episode of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. When the Knave's life is in danger, Alice has to make the tough decision on whether to use one of her three precious wishes and what that would mean for her and Cyrus. Her new friendship with Lizard reveals some of the Knave's backstory, and Cyrus plots to escape. Meanwhile, Jafar's plan to kill the Knave puts the Red Queen in a difficult position as she grapples with her feelings for him and her desire to get what she wants. In a flashback, we explore Jafar's origins and find out what he truly wants from Cyrus.
Snow White and Prince Charming's wedding is interrupted by the Evil Queen's announcement that she will destroy everyone's happiness. The Queen fulfills her promise by unleashing a curse upon the fairytale world that rips away everyone's happy endings by sending them to our world. The fairytale characters we know and love therefore become trapped in the town of Storybrooke, Maine, dazed and unable to remember their past and prior identities, assuming new ones, and unaware of the fact that time is frozen. When young Henry Mills, the adopted son of Mayor Regina Mills - the real world alter-ego of the Evil Queen - starts believing in the curse and that everyone in town is a fairytale character, due to a book given to him by his teacher, Miss Blanchard (Snow White), he tracks down his birth mother, Emma Swan, in Boston, knowing her to be the child of the royal couple, and the key to everyone's salvation.
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Did You Know..?
- Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas, who play Snow White and Prince Charming respectively, are a real-life couple and have two children. They met on set filming for the show.
- Once Upon a Time and its spin-off feature multiple actors and actresses who appeared on the TV series Lost, which co-creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz previously wrote for. These include: Lana Parrilla, Alan Dale, Emilie de Ravin, Jorge Garcia, Rebecca Mader, Naveen Andrews and Zuleikha Robinson.
- Prince Charming was originally meant to have died in the pilot episode.
- Robert Carlyle's high-pitched speaking voice as Rumplestiltskin was inspired by his son.
- Jennifer Morrison, who plays Emma Swan, was previously in a relationship with Sebastian Stan, who plays Jefferson, better known as the Mad Hatter.
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