Once Upon A Time Spoilers: A Knock Out This Sunday, Plus More Fairytale Characters Headed Our Way!

Once Upon A Time Spoilers: A Knock Out This Sunday, Plus More Fairytale Characters Headed Our Way!

Once Upon A Time Co-creators, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis dropped a sweet spoiler to TV Line about this Sunday's installment, "The Doctor". In addition to finally learning Dr. Whale's fairytale alter-ego, someone will get knocked out and according to sources fans will be cheering.
In other OUaT news, Kitsis and Horowitz teased and revealed a few new characters fans can look forward to seeing as well as a few you will not be seeing. Here's the run down!!

Robin Hood

Kitsis: “Absolutely.”
Horowitz: “Definitely in-bounds.”


Kitsis: “Never talked about Tarzan. But in a world where The Jungle Book exists, I don’t know why Tarzan couldn’t either.”

Mickey Mouse

Kitsis: “He’s been on the show — in phone form. I can’t ever see how he’d get on and feel real.”

Genghis Khan

Kitsis: “Probably not. Too historical.”

Capt. Jack Sparrow

Kitsis: “We loved [Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl] so much. But unless we get Johnny Depp, how could we do Jack Sparrow?”
Horowitz: “We can’t do it. He’s Jack Sparrow.”
Kitsis: “Unless Johnny Depp [wants to appear on] Once Upon a Time, then we will write Jack Sparrow all day!”

Tom Sawyer

Kitssi: “You never know.”
Horowitz: “That’s an interesting one.”

The Little Mermaid

Kitsis: “Absolutely. We’re waiting for the right moment. You don’t want it to be just one episode.”
Horowitz: “It’s already woven into the fabric of what we’re doing; the only question is when.”


Horowitz: “He’s on the border. Possible.”

Wizard of Oz

Kitsis: “We’ve been talking about Oz since Day 1. Look at the pilot. One of the pages of Henry’s book shows flying monkeys. And in Jefferson’s hat there seemed to be an emerald curtain.”
Horowitz: “Oz is another ‘when,’ not ‘if.’”

Captain Ahab

Horowitz: “I like Ahab.” Kitsis: “You never know.”

Sherlock Holmes

Kitsis: “Here’s something interesting. Originally the sheriff was Sherlock Holmes. He was going to be a detective and his curse was he was in a town with no mystery. So he was this bored sheriff. And there was a rights issue so we could not get it.”
Everybody else is doing it.
Horowitz: “Everybody else overcame it.” Kitsis: “But now we’re so in love with the BBC’s Sherlock, I don’t want to even play in that arena. We’ll never have Sherlock unless Benedict Cumberbatch wants to come on.”


Kitsis: “I could see Alan Bradley being the IT guy in Storybrooke.”

Mary Poppins

Kitsis: “In-bounds, but it won’t be this year.”