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This article focuses on the Wonderland episode. For the Season Four episode with a similar name, see "Heart of Gold".
I am many things, darling, but pure of heart is not one of them.
—The Red Queen to Alice

"Heart of Stone" is the fifth episode of ABC's Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. It was written by Katie Wech and directed by Paul Edwards. It premiered on November 14, 2013.

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In a flashback, Will Scarlet and Anastasia jump through the looking glass to enter Wonderland against her mother’s wishes, since she disapproves of Will. They both soon realize that life in Wonderland isn’t exactly what they had both imagined. After being humiliated while attending a ball at the palace, Ana convinces Will to steal the crown jewels in order to get them out of poverty, but in an instant, Ana is caught red handed by the King who makes her a proposition she can’t refuse – to marry him and be his Queen to avoid prosecution. Meanwhile, in current Wonderland, the Red Queen convinces Alice to help her acquire magic dust in exchange for information about Cyrus, who in turn has managed to skillfully escape Jafar’s castle leaving the White Rabbit in a compromising situation.[2]

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  • The Red Queen has many aspects in common with Cinderella's stepsister from the Disney film, such as her name, Anastasia, and the fact that a prince chose her stepsister instead of herself.

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