Frabjous Day finally arrives. The White and Red Queens and their armies meet each other on a battlefield that looks like a large chessboard. The White Queen (Anne Hathaway) extends her hand in peace, but the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) turns her down and calls for the Jabberwocky (Christopher Lee). While the armies wage war on each other, Alice (alone but armed with the Vorpal sword and fortifying herself by thinking of six impossible things) faces the Jabberwocky. They chase each other up a tower, where Alice climbs on the Jabberwocky's back, but he tosses her into the air. On the way down, Alice yells, "Off with your head!" and beheads him with the Vorpal sword. Suddenly, both armies cease fighting and put down their weapons. The Red Queen's crown flies off her head and lands on the head of the White Queen, thanks to a little help from the Cheshire cat. The White Queen banishes the Red Queen to the Outlands and handcuffs her to Stave, the Knave of Hearts (Crispin Glover). Horrified that he is to be bound to the Red Queen forever, Stave attempts to kill her, but the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) stops him, so Stave asks to be killed, but the White Queen refuses. To celebrate their victory, the Mad Hatter dances the futterwacken. The White Queen gives Alice a vial of purple Jabberwocky blood with which to go home. Mad Hatter asks Alice to stay in Underland, but she drinks the blood and passes back through the rabbit hole, returning to the garden party and explains that she fell down a hole and hit her head. She goes on to tell Hamish that she can't marry him, warn Lowell (John Hopkins) that she'll be watching him closely, and suggest that Aunt Imogene (Frances de la Tour) get help for her delusions. She then meets Lord Ascot in the study where they discuss expanding the trade route to go all the way to China. Lord Ascot, charmed with her idea, takes her on as an apprentice. In the final scene, Alice boards a trading ship, and Absolem (now a blue butterfly) comes to sit on her shoulder before fluttering away.