“Your magic is the only thing strong enough to save us all,” Evanora tells the fraudulent wiz. Again, this exchange might be from earlier in the movie; they’re still in the treasure vault when she makes her plea. And his next scene is with Glinda, and they don’t look to be in Emerald City anymore. In fact, they seem to have reached the end of the yellow-brick road. Or the beginning. Is it Munchkinland? The residents might not be trained to fight the battle that’s coming, but they can sing. Note to Michelle Williams: Don’t encourage the rowdy Munchkins.
Um, yeah, Glinda, about that whole magic thing. Faced with incoming firebombs and a flock of evil winged monkeys, Oz tries to come clean. But Glinda doesn’t care, telling him that the people he’s defending don’t know — or need to know — that minor detail. “You are capable of more than you know,” she says with all the earnestness she can muster. At this point, the two sisters may have turned on him, because Williams told Comic-Con attendees that Glinda was “the only one who continually sees the best in Oz, even when his selfish nature makes that very difficult.”