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Sleeping Beauty (Literature)

"Good day, Sleeping Beauty."

This classic fairy tale tells of a beautiful princess who falls into an enchanted slumber after pricking her finger on a spinning wheel, cursed to sleep until awakened by a kiss from a handsome prince. Mason compares Wallace to the ensorcelled princess, but girl, please: Sleeping Beauty wouldn't be caught dead with a messed up 'fro and pajamas, even if she was late for basketball practice, and I seriously doubt that she drools in her sleep like a certain freshman basketball player who shall remain nameless. On the other hand, I'll take Piz as my Prince Charming any day of the week.

3.06 "Hi, Infidelity"

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Sleeping Beauty (Characters)

"Wake up, sleeping beauty."

As applied to anyone else, a compliment. As applied to Logan, an axiom. Sleeping Beauty is a staple of fairy tales, a beautiful princess who is sent to sleep by a prick. She is rescued one hundred years later by a prince when he kisses her. So where's the kiss, then? What? You think the two kidnapping biker boys who tortured our boy are immune to his charms? You're deluded.

2.08 "Ahoy, Mateys!"

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