The White Rabbit is based on the character with the same name from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
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- The White Rabbit was originally to be voiced by Paul Reubens.
- The on-set replacement for the White Rabbit was a blue pole.
- In the original twenty minute preview, the White Rabbit tells Alice he knows Cyrus is alive by showing her the genie's pendant and stating that if it survived the Boiling Sea, he must have too. This is changed in the actual premiere, in which he states that the Dormouse said Cyrus is alive.
- The Mad Hatter buys his daughter Grace a stuffed white rabbit for her tea party. ("Hat Trick")
- When Jefferson is rescued from his car by David, he comes out of the wreckage clutching a stuffed bunny, a reference to the March Hare and the White Rabbit. ("We Are Both")
- Among the many fairy tale illustrations pinned to the wall in Henry's room are:
- "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - A Mad Tea-Party" (1907) by the famous English book illustrator Arthur Rackham. It is an illustration of a scene from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with Alice at the Mad Hatter's Tea Party with the March Hare, the Dormouse and the Mad Hatter. ("The Price of Gold", "The New Neverland")
- An illustration by the American illustrator Jessie Willcox Smith, from Nora Archibald Smith's book Boys and Girls of Bookland (1923). It features Alice in a scene from the book, surrounded by the characters of Wonderland, including the White Rabbit. ("The Price of Gold", "The New Neverland")
- "Who stole the Tarts?" (1907) by Arthur Rackham. This illustration depicts the scene where the Knave of Hearts is standing before the White Rabbit and the King and Queen of Hearts, as he (the Knave) stands trial for a tart burglary. Note that the illustration can be seen on the right hand side of Henry's cuckoo clock, but not very clearly. It can be seen more clearly in a Flickr set photograph from Season Two. ("We Are Both")
- There is a white ceramic rabbit in Mary Margaret's loft. ("The Shepherd" et al.)
- The tool set next to Jefferson's (also known as the Mad Hatter) fireplace in Storybrooke is topped with a rabbit. ("Hat Trick")
- There is a white rabbit plush toy in Emma's nursery room at the Royal Castle. ("The Stranger")
- When young Alice returns to Victorian England, she walks past a small dining table with several plush toys sitting in chairs around it. The party guests at the table include a white rabbit. Many years later, Alice's daughter has the same toy. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "And They Lived...")
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|"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...":|
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|"Unforgiven":||"Enter the Dragon":||"Poor|
|"Best Laid Plans":||"Heart of Gold":||"Sympathy|
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