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Once Upon a Time Fandom Jargon - A Guide

We as a community love our jargon and that sometimes makes it hard to follow our discussions for new fans but also can trap people into situations where they use a term that one part of the fandom thinks is neutral and another sees as offensive.  This list is far from complete but is meant to help those old and new navigate the fandom without offending people.

Please feel free to pass on corrections and additions.

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TVLine: What Makes Once Upon a Time's Wicked Witch So Wicked? Plus: Who's Dorothy In this Story?

In her Storybrooke form, the witch “is seemingly a kindred spirit to Snow White, which is part of what makes her so evil,” Ginnifer Goodwin explained during TVLine’s visit to the show’s Vancouver set last week. “She seems so genuinely kind and has a way of becoming intimate with others and making them trust her…. Rebecca Mader called her ‘Mary Poppins,’ because she was just so damn likeable!”

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Of course, if you bring on a Wicked Witch (and, ultimately, a good one), it stands to reason that somewhere in this Oz-some arc, there must be a Dorothy. Could that role be filled by Emma, who for the past year has been living with Henry in New York City, oblivious to her fantastical origins or their Storybrooke days? If a certain pirate can somehow find a way to convince Emma of the unbelievable truth?

“I think so…. Eventually,” Jennifer Morrison offers. “I’m not sure, but… a lot of this is about Emma accepting Storybrooke as her home, so I think that’s where the Dorothy theme will come into it, that ‘there’s no place like home.’”

[Read the full article on TVLine’s site]