Let’s play the OUAT plot generator game. All you need is some paper, a pen, and four containers. Write the names of the main cast on slips of paper and put them in the first container. In the second write some fun verbs, like kill, kiss, face plant, fly, etc… and put them in the second container. In the third container write down Disney characters not yet featured on Once. Lastly, we need objects iconic to Disney. Examples would be Rafiki’s staff from the Lion King, the shotgun used to Kill Bambi’s Mom, or hell Launchpad McQuack’s bomber jacket. Give em all a good shake and draw two for cast and then one each for the rest.
And this is how we arrive at Rumplestiltskin and Hook kill Mickey Mouse with the sorcerer’s hat.
Say, have you ever said to yourself "Gee, if only I could get my daily intake of Disney, American History, Doctor Who, Hetalia, Neopets, Once Upon a Time, politics, and all other sorts of nerdy fun all in one blog"? Then you have come to the right blog, my friend.
My name is Rachel, and I'm a teenage geek from Virginia who is far too obsessed with the American Revolution and likes things she probably should grown out of years ago. I also need to revamp my blog and get a half-decent theme.
I am currently in a committed love affair with Frank Turner's voice.
I will never understand people who watch OUAT but are surprised and annoyed by shameless Disney references and references to movies that “aren’t fairy tales”, or think they are a new thing.
Pongo in season one?
Hell, Jimminy Cricket (he was not a significant character in Pinocchio, and didn’t have a name)?
Belle’s costumes from season one?
The fact that she’s named Belle in the first place?
Maleficent as a dragon?
The dwarfs whistling “Hi Ho” in season two?
The Dwarves’ names?
I’m sorry, but I put them in the same boat that I put the people who play Kingdom Hearts and complain about there being “too much Disney.” Like what did you expect?