|Dora in Wonderland|
|Airdate||Tuesday, March 4, 2014 (DVD)|
Monday, March 10, 2014 (TV)
|Written by||Chris Gifford|
|Previous||Riding the Roller Coaster Rocks|
|Next||Dora's Museum Sleepover Adventure|
Dora in Wonderland is a Dora the Explorer TV special, as well as the 12th episode from Season 8.
- Swiper (Knave of Hearts)
- Fiesta Trio
- Benny (Tweedledum)
- Tico (Tweedledee)
- Cheshire Cat
- Mad Hatter
- Queen of Hearts
- White Rabbit
- Bandersnatch the Big Blue Chicken
- Mami (mentioned)
Dora and Boots travel to Wonderland to retrieve Dora's lost kittens.
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Places in this episode
- Giant Trees
- Tiny Animals
- Forgetful Forest
- Queen's Tea Party
- We're in Wonderland
- Look at Time
- Find the Hat That's Right for You
- Swimming in the Wonder Sea
- Cheshire Cat (song)
- If We Don't Forget
- Leave My Tarts Alone!
- This is the 170th episode of the show.
- This episode is a retelling of Alice in Wonderland, a book by Lewis Carroll.
- This is the 12th double-length episode of the series.
- Although it is a Season 8 episode, this episode was produced as a Season 7 episode in 2012 according to the end credits.
- However, streaming providers like iTunes lists this episode as a Season 7 episode, along with the aired Season 6 episode A Ribbon For Pinto.
- The Fiesta Trio plays the wrong notes for their fanfare tune after Dora and Boots pass through the forgetful forest.
- Bandersnatch resembles the Big Red Chicken, however, he is blue instead of red.
- The Queen of Hearts is similar to the Greedy King in "Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom", they both do not like sharing, but at the end, Dora show them the importance of sharing and they end up agreeing.
- However, unlike the Greedy King, the Queen of Hearts is not portrayed as greedy in any way.
- Mel Brooks, Alan Cumming, Sara Ramirez, and Jewel Kilcher (Jewel) make their voice acting appearance on this double-length episode.
- Dora wears a light blue and white dress similar to Alice’s signature dress with white tights, black Mary Jane shoes and a light blue hairbow.
- When Dora and Boots go through the mirror, they are technically still at Dora's house backwards but with everything that comes to life.
- Dora and Boots don't sing the Travel Song in this episode not even in Wonderland. However, when they were at the Forgetful Forest, they sing a song called "If We Don’t Forget" where at the beginning, instead of listing places, they list what they have to remember "Dora, Boots, Kitties, Party", which sounds exactly like the first stanza of the four places version of the Travel Song, but they sing about going to the tea party.
- Isa does not appear in this episode.
- The Cheshire Cat is male in the original Alice in Wonderland, but is female in this episode.
- This is the 29th instance where Dora and Boots returned to where they started after reaching the final destination on the map.