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Dr. Lydgate is a well-known doctor in Victorian England who lives with his daughter Mary and wife, though he is also having an affair with his lab assistant. One day, he arrives at the home of Edwin, whose daughter, Alice, has been missing and presumed dead, but reappeared and insists she traveled to a world called Wonderland. He convinces the concerned father that Alice is delusional, but can be cured. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Strange Case")
Eventually, Lydgate visits Dr. Henry Jekyll, who wishes to show him a serum he created in order to be accepted into the academy which Dr. Lydgate is a part of. However, Lydgate responds that Jekyll's work is far too dangerous and leaves with his daughter. Later, he attends a party with Mary and is approached by Mr. Hyde. Lydgate questions if they've met, and Hyde responds that he is a friend of Dr. Jekyll's. Suspicious of the man's intentions, he sends Mary away to get drinks for them and tells Hyde that if Jekyll thinks sending a brute will convince him to accept him in the academy, then he is wrong. Hyde fires back by pointing out Lydgate's assistant and expressing knowledge of their affair, and threatens to tell Mary and Mrs. Lydgate unless Jekyll is accepted into the academy. As such, Lydgate reluctantly complies. ("Strange Case")
Later, Lydgate enters Mary's room after hearing sounds of a struggle, but is shoved aside by a fleeing Mr. Hyde. Lydgate discovers that Mary was killed by being shoved out of the window, and assumes Hyde is responsible. ("Strange Case")
Dr. Lydgate is called upon again by Edwin when Alice, now older and still ever as insistent of Wonderland's existence, chooses to enter an asylum because no one believes in her stories. The day she is set to depart, Dr. Lydgate arrives by carriage to pick up a sullen Alice. ("Who's Alice")
After being admitted into the asylum, Alice is interviewed by Dr. Lydgate over her previous claims of traveling to Wonderland and falling in love with a genie. As he converses with her, Alice repeatedly lapses into a daze and doesn't respond. Though she does make weak admissions to those recollections as lies, Dr. Lydgate does not believe it because Alice still calls out for her lost love in her sleep. Instead, he offers her a medical solution that will take away all the pain. After she gives her consent to the procedure, Dr. Lydgate begins making the necessary preparations and encounters Alice in the hallway as she is fleeing. Hastily, he tries to stop her from going, but is stunned into silence upon seeing a talking rabbit. Recalling his disbelief in her "delusions", Alice smugly asks if he, too, is seeing things. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")
On another day at the asylum, Dr. Lydgate meets Dr. Sheffield, who wishes to know more about one of his patients, Alice. Initially, Dr. Lydgate denies there is any patient by that name, but then Dr. Sheffield pulls out the same rabbit he saw the day Alice escaped the asylum. The sight of the talking creature terrifies him, and he pleads for Dr. Sheffield to put the rabbit away. After doing so, Dr. Sheffield orders Dr. Lydgate to give him information about Alice, which he presumably does. ("Who's Alice")
- The casting call describes him as, "DR.LYDGATE,40-50\'s-possibly recurring role!"
|Once Upon a Time in Wonderland|
|"Down the Rabbit Hole":||"Trust Me":||"Forget Me Not":||"The Serpent":||"Heart of Stone":||"Who's Alice":||"Bad Blood":|
|"Home":||"Nothing to Fear":||"Dirty Little Secrets":||"Heart of the Matter":||"To Catch a Thief":||"And They Lived...":|
|Once Upon a Time: Season Six|
|"The Savior":||"A Bitter Draught":||"The Other Shoe":||"Strange Case":||"Street Rats":||"Dark Waters":||"Heartless":||"I'll Be Your Mirror":||"Changelings":||"Wish You Were Here":||"Tougher Than The Rest":|
|"Murder Most Foul":||"Ill-Boding Patterns":||"Page 23":||Episode 615:||Episode 616:||Episode 617:||Episode 618:||Episode 619:||Episode 620:||Episode 621:||Episode 622:|