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This article focuses on the Season Seven episode.
For the event, see Taste of the Heights.
Jacinda: And speaking of cool, tonight's the night... Taste of the Heights is happening.
Lucy: A food fair in an abandoned skate park? Oh, that's so cool!

"A Taste of the Heights" is the twelfth episode of Season Seven of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by David H. Goodman & Brigitte Hales, and directed by Nina Lopez-Corrado. It is the one hundred and forty-fifth episode of the series overall, and premiered on March 9, 2018.

Synopsis

On the day of Tiana's coronation, a confrontation with Dr. Facilier compels her to take a trip through the Bayou, where a surprising encounter changes her life and the hunt for an alligator takes a dark turn. In Hyperion Heights, Sabine reconnects with an old friend whose plans could jeopardize her culinary dreams. Meanwhile, Rogers and Weaver investigate a Blind Witch, leading them to a shocking discovery about the Coven.[2]

Recap


Deleted Scenes

A scene involving Colin O'Donoghue, Robert Carlyle and Rose Reynolds was cut from the episode, as was a scene with Adelaide Kane.[3]

Cast[2]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring

Uncredited

  • Unknown baby as Lucy


Trivia

Title

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

Disney

Fairytales and Folklore

Lost

Popular Culture

  • Henry's podcast H-Town is a reference to S-Town, a popular investigative journalism podcast hosted by Brian Reed.
  • The song playing when Henry is sitting at Roni's and receives a text message from Jacinda is "Float" by Jude Shuma.
    • The same song was playing in the bar when Henry was having drinks with Ivy in "Beauty". It can also be heard when Jacinda visits the bar with Lucy in "Sisterhood".
  • Roni comments on how her cursed persona made some poor decisions, saying "I mean, who loves Def Leppard lyrics that much?", a reference to the famous British rock band. Kelly adds, "Well, pour some sugar on me", a reference to the famous song by the band.
  • Jacinda's mixtape to Henry includes songs by Beyoncé and Lauryn Hill, and the song "Pull Me Down" by Mikky Ekko.

Props Notes

  • The lead article in the newspaper that Sabine holds (a few words are obscured or blurred on-screen, but can be seen on a newspaper prop which was auctioned off on eBay in January 2019;[8] the missing text is set in fuchsia) reads:[6]


Still No Answers In Real Estate Mogul's Death


By H. Leung
Washington State Journal News Staff


Police continue to search for clues
in the mysterious death of real
estate magnate, Victoria Belfrey.
The body of the successful business-
woman was found last week by her
daughter, Ivy Belfrey, in the Hyperi-
on Heights Greenhouse
at the edge
of Lyric Park. Autopsy results are
still pending, but police have not
ruled out foul play.
"We continue to follow all investi-
gative leads, no matter how small,"
Detective Weaver, lead investigator
from the Hyperion Heights Police
department
, said during a press
conference this morning. "But
we've only just begun." Detective
Weaver refrained from offering up
any potential suspects or motives,
but did say that a woman in Ms.
Belfrey's position had "burned
many bridges".
The loss of this great community
leader has come as a shock to this
small, insular neighborhood, one of
the lesser known suburbs of Seattle.
A common refrain among residents
is that these streets have been safe
for as long as anyone can remember.
"You can't help but wonder if things
are changing now," said a fifty-three
year old woman, who asked that her
name not be printed. "If someone
like Victoria Belfrey isn't safe, then
who is?"
With its community clearly
rattled, the Hyperion Heights police
department is working hard to
assure residents there is no cause
for alarm. "Whatever happened to
Ms. Belfrey has a perfectly reason-
able explanation," Detective Rogers,
coleader of the investigation, said
in a meeting with local leaders.
"Our streets are as safe as they've
ever been. Of that much I'm sure."


See LEUNG / Page 2


[picture]
Local real estate magnate, Victoria Belfrey


Any information regarding this incident
is greatly appreciated. Please contact
your local police precinct.
  • Another article is called "Seattle police find arson suspect".[6] It is adapted from a real article from The Seattle Times, "Seattle police identify suspect after man is set on fire in Fremont area", published on November 8, 2017.[9] Note that one sentence from the final paragraph of the original article was moved to a different part of the show's article; it is marked with a yellow background.
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Seattle police identify suspect after
man is set on fire in Fremont area

By Steve Miletich
Seattle Times staff reporter

Seattle police detectives are searching for
a man suspected of setting another
man on fire Tuesday evening in the
Fremont area, leaving him critically injured.

Seattle police
find arson suspect

By M. Lane
Washington State Journal News Staff

Seattle police detectives have found
a man suspected of setting a store
front on fire Tuesday evening in
Fremont.

The man being sought was identified
Wednesday by police as Christopher Burrus, 31.


The man was identified Wednes-
day by police as M. Stope, 36. About
7 p.m., a passer-by saw Stope setting
fire to the store front and called 911.
Detectives believe Burrus doused the 39-year-old
victim with a flammable liquid before setting him on
fire, Seattle police said in a post on the department's
news website.
[not used]
No details were provided on why
detectives believe Burrus was
involved in the incident. If you know
where police can find Burrus,
please call 911 immediately
No details were provided on why
detectives believe Stope was
involved in the incident. If you have
any information on this incident
please call 911 immediately.
and do not approach him, police said. Detectives are
asking anyone with information to call the
homicide/assault tip line at 206-233-5000.
[not used]
The man who was set on fire was taken to Harborview
Medical Center
. He was in critical condition Wednesday
in the hospital's intensive-care unit, a Harborview
spokeswoman said. The incident took place in the 4500
block of Leary Way Northwest. About 7 p.m., a passer-
by saw the man on fire and called 911.
As the two
waited for medics, the passer-by put out the flames.
Stope is currently at Hyperion Heights
Hospital
, where he's being
treated for second degree burns.
Stope was in critical condition
[image ends]


  • M. Lane is a reference to set decorator Mark Lane.
  • M. Stope is a reference to art director Mark Stope.
  • What little that can be glimpsed of the third article, reads "Local farm will live on under new o[image ends] / By S. McKinley / Washington State Journal News Staff / (...) for its Community-support[image ends] culture [image ends]".[6] The article can be seen in its entirety on a newspaper prop which was auctioned off online in April 2019.[10] It is adapted from a real article published in The News Tribune,[11] a daily newspaper in Tacoma, Washington, in November 2017, a few months before the episode was filmed (note that a couple of lines have been shrunken down to fit within the table):
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Farm in Puyallup Valley will live on
under new ownership

BY ALLISON NEEDLES

Local farm will live on
under new ownership

By S. McKinley
Washington State Journal News Staff

Last month, Puyallup farmers Mark and
Katie Green got to share with the
community some big news.
After years in the making, the
couple officially purchased the farm
from Dick and Terry Carkner, the
former owners of Terry's Berries Farm locat-
ed at 4520 River Road in the Puyallup River Valley.
Last month, local farmers Mark and
Jan Soparlo got to share with the
community some big news.
After years in the making, the
couple officially purchased the farm
from Stacy and Harley Thomas, the
former owners of a berry farm locat-
ed in the Puyallup River Valley.
The farm is now named
Wild Hare Organic Farm
under the Green's ownership.
/
When we shared (the news) with
our customers they were so excit-
ed," said Katie, 36. (The farm) is
very special to them and it's very
fun to see.
The Carkners cultivated the farm
for more than 30 years. For the past
three years, the Greens were
When we shared (the news) with
our customers they were so excit-
ed," said Stacy, 36. (The farm) is
very special to them and it's very
fun to see.
The Thomas' cultivated the farm
for more than 30 years. For the past
three years, the Soparlo's were the

managers on the farm, harvesting
for its Community-Supported Agri-
culture (CSA) program.
caretakers, administrators and
managers of the farm, harvesting
for its Community Supported Agri [sic]
culture (CSA) program.
But purchasing the farm wouldn't
have been possible without the help
of PCC Farmland Trust, a nonprofit land trust dedicated to
preserving local farmland for future
generations of farmers.
But purchasing the farm wouldn't
have been possible without the help
of a nonprofit land trust dedicated to
preserving local farmland for future
generations of farmers.
PCC Farmland Trust was familiar with
both the Carkners and farmland in
the Puyallup River Valley.
/
"Through knowing (the Carkners)
and the area, we knew they were
planning on transitioning into
retirement," PCC Farm-
land Trust Conservation manager
Robin Fay said.
In order for to make the farm more
affordable to the Greens, PCC Farm-
land Trust stepped in, and in collabo-
ration with partners under the Puyallup Floodplains for the Future
Initiative, secured $125,000 in ease-
ment funding through the Department of Ecology's
Floodplains by Design grant with Pierce County.
"Through knowing (the Thomas')
and the area, we knew they were
planning on transitioning into
retirementfairly [sic] soon, the farm-
land trust conservation manager
Gina Mackay said.
In order for to make the farm more
affordable to the Soparlo's,the farm-
land trust stepped in, and in collabo-
ration with partners under a local
initiative, secured $125,000 in ease [sic]
ment funding through a local grant
program.
Through a conservation easement
— an agreement between the trust
and farm to not develop the property
— Mark and Katie could not only
afford to buy the farm, but the farm
would be preserved in perpetuity.
Wild Hare became the trust's 20th
forever farm, and 10th in
Pierce County.
Through a conservation easement
— an agreement between the trust
and farm to not develop the property
— Mark and Jan could not only
afford to buy the farm, but the farm
would be preserved in perpetuity.
The farm became the trust's 20th
forever farm, and 10th in
Pierce County.
"We're so thrilled that this
represents an opportunity for one
generation that has farmed to hand
it over to another generation who
will farm," said Rebecca Sadinsky,
PCC Farmland Trust's executive director. (...) They both grew up in
the state and met at Central Washing-
ton University
.
"We're so thrilled that this
represents an opportunity for one
generation that has farmed to hand
it over to another generation who
will farm," said Oliver Zentner,
director. Mark Soparlo grew up in
Indiana before moving to Washing-
ton
to attend Montlake University.
Mark was studying philosophy and
Katie was studying literature.
They moved to the East Coast
so Mark could attend graduate school.
/
It was there, while living at the
east end of Long Island, that the
couple got a taste of growing food.
Katie worked for a specialty grower there,
selling to chefs in New York. (...)
It was there that he took a class in
the practice of Sustainable Agricul-
ture, and he was hooked. Putting his
studies to use has been a thrill, says
Soparlo.
/
See YUSEP / Page 4
  • The third article, which can only be seen on the aforementioned prop which was auctioned off in April,[10] is adapted from an article published in the newspaper The Olympian, based in Olympia, Washington, in November 2017:[15]
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
What will climate change mean
for Mount Rainier's wildflowers?

BY ABBY SPEGMAN

Climate change
and wildflowers?

By [illegible name]
Washington State Journal News Staff

Climate change will mean big changes for
wildflowers on Mount Rainier by the end of the
century, but we're already starting
to see some of those changes.
That's the takeaway from a University of
Washington
paper published online last month
in the journal Ecology.
/
UW ecologists collected data on
subalpine wildflowers — including
avalanche lily, magenta paint-
brush, mountain blueberry and
wild huckleberry — that bloom in
the summer on the southern slopes
of Mount Rainier. Each year when
the snow melts, the flowers typical-
ly have a two- to four-month
window to emerge, flower and
produce fruit and seeds before the
snow returns.
Local ecologists collected data from 2010 to 2015 on
subalpine wildflowers — including
avalanche lily, magenta paint-
brush, mountain blueberry and
wild huckleberry — that bloom in
the summer on the southern slopes
of Mount Rainier. Each year when
the snow melts, the flowers typical-
ly have a two- to four-month
window to emerge, flower and
produce fruit and seeds before the
snow returns.
The unseasonably warm, dry
summer meant snow started to melt
earlier than in previous years. All
of the species studied flowered
earlier than normal and about
half flowered for longer than
normal; some species that
normally flower weeks apart
flowered at the same time. (...)
The unseasonably warm, dry
summer meant snow started to melt
earlier than in previous years. All
of the species studied flowered

See MacKay / Page 2



  • MacKay is another reference to Gina McKay.
  • According to the bottom of the same newspaper prop:[10]
  • A top story reads "Development freeze in the suburbs must end Seattle has an urban containment policy that freezes suburban development to most sectors of the city, restricting the choice of homes available."
  • A web article reads "Your guide to active living Seattle residents who live within a five minute walk of a park increase the rate of people meeting US physical activity guidelines by 25%. Find all this and more at The Capitol Online."
  • An article inside the newspaper reads "Montlake University campus plans to rebuild Students at the university can look forward to learning in a brand new and long awaited facility. The new addition will a new gym, a library and a new wing."
  • When Sabine picks up the newspaper, the headline "The Journal's homeless initiative" can be glimpsed on a page.[21] A newspaper prop auctioned off on eBay in June 2019 reveals this article in its entirety.[22] It is adapted from a page on the official website of The Seattle Times, about a newspaper initiative called Project Homeless:[23]
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
About Project Homeless
The journal's homeless initiative
/
[image]
The regional homeless response system spends about
$200 million a year and touches the lives of tens of
thousands of people from the street to permanent
supportive housing.
Project Homeless is a Seattle Times initiative that
explores and explains the region's
complex, troubling problem of
homelessness. With strong watch-
dog reporting and vivid storytelling,
Project Homeless seeks to spotlight what
is working, and what is not work-
ing, in responding to homelessness.
We will also feature solutions-ori-
ented reporting from elsewhere in
the country.
The Capitol initiative that
explores and explains the region's
complex, troubling problem of
homelessness. With strong watch-
dog reporting and vivid storytelling,
this project seeks to spotlight what
is working, and what is not work-
ing, in responding to homelessness.
We will also feature solutions-ori-
ented reporting from elsewhere in
the country.
The regional homeless response
system spends about $200 million a
year and touches the lives of tens of
thousands of people from the street
to permanent supportive housing.
Nonetheless, the homeless popula-
tion rises by the year. The mission
of Project Homeless is to pull back the
curtain on the response system and
see how well it serves the distinct
populations of homeless families,
youth, veterans and single adults.
The regional homeless response
system spends about $200 million a
year and touches the lives of tens of
thousands of people from the street
to permanent supportive housing.
Nonetheless, the homeless popula-
tion rises by the year. The mission
of The Capitol is to pull back the
curtain on the response system and
see how well it serves the distinct
populations of homeless families,
youth, veterans and single adults.
The project is modeled after our The project is modeled after other
successful Education Lab, launched
in 2013, and Traffic Lab, launched in
/
2017, which rely on communi-
ty sponsorship to help The Seattle Times
pay for public-service journalism.
Project Homeless is supported by
initiatives which rely on communi-
ty sponsorship to help The Capitol
pay for public-service journalism.
Project Homeless is supported by
[long list of organizations] (...) Belfrey Developments.
  • The article next to it is called "Local teens to volunteer time".[22] Curiously, the headline does not match the content; it is about a group of students who became stranded on a mountain.
  • The article is based on two real world articles. The first four paragraphs are adapted from an article from February 2014, published in the Maine newspapers The Times Records,[24] and the Sun Journal.[25] The last two paragraphs are a word-by-word rendering of the firsts parts of an article published by the Canadian newspaper Vancouver Sun in December 2013.[26]
  • This is a comparison of the first four paragraphs (the headline from The Times Record is used here; the wording for the headline of the Sun Journal version is slightly different), with the final two paragraphs, which are from the other article (called "2 fathers, group of 8 kids rescued after unplanned night on mountain near Rossland") at the end:
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Group of Boy Scouts
rescued from Black Cap
Local teens to
volunteer time
Authorities say three Boy
Scouts
and two of their adult
leaders became stranded on the
side of Black Cap Mountain in
Eddington and were rescued by
a group of game wardens, firefight-
ers and professional climbers.
Authorities say six nature study
students and three of their adult
leaders became stranded on the
side of Black Cap Mountain in
Washington and were rescued by
a group of park rangers, firefight-
ers and professional climbers.
The Warden Service says that
four climbers lowered the three boys
and two adults down the moun-
tain early Sunday morning after
they became stranded Saturday
night when they ventured off a
trail.
The Ranger Service says that
four climbers lowered the six boys
and three adults down the moun-
tain early Saturday morning after
they became stranded Friday
night when they ventured out of
bounds.
The two Scout leaders went to
find the boys after they didn't
return from a hike, but they also
became stranded and called 911
around 7:30 p.m.
The three adult leaders went to
find the group after they didn't
return from a hike, but they also
became stranded and called 911
around 8:30 p.m.
After the Scouts were found
by the game wardens, the profes-
sional climbers lowered them to
firefighters waiting at the bottom
of the mountain. The Scouts but [sic]
did not require treatment for any-
thing except being cold.
After the students were found
by the park rangers, the profes-
sional climbers lowered them to
firefighters waiting at the bottom
of the mountain. The students but [sic]
did not require treatment for any-
thing except being cold.
/
The overnight rescue of two
fathers and a group of eight kids
from the backcountry of a ski
resort in the West Kootenays
should be a warning to others to
stay in bounds unless they have a
GPS tracking device, a search and
rescue expert says.
/
The group – up from Washing-
ton State
and staying at one of the
adult's resort properties – spent a
chilly night huddled with rescuers
after. [sic]

(Note that the sentence from the original
article ends with"…after accidentally going
out of bounds on a new portion of Red
Mountain Resort
, near Rossland.")


  • The third unseen article is called "New house builds on the rise in Hyperion Heights".[22] Once again, the content does not match the headline; it is about a fire in an apartment building and is adapted from a real article published in August 2012 by Guelph Mercury,[28] a daily newspaper published in Guelph, Ontario, which was discontinued in 2016:
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
Guelph apartment fire
appears accidental,
$500K in damage
New house builds
on the rise
in Hyperion Heights
[image]
Fire Deputy Chief John Osborne,
left, speaks with Guelph Police
Sgt. Doug Pflug at the scene of an
Edinburgh Road apartment fire
last week. The fire's origins
appear accidental.
[image]
The blaze, which caused an
estimated $500,000 in damage
is still under investigation.
GUELPH — A fire last week that saw the
evacuation of an eight-storey
apartment building appears to
have been started accidentally,
officials revealed Tuesday.
A fire last week that saw the
evacuation of an eight-storey
apartment building appears to
have been started accidentally,
officials revealed Tuesday.
The blaze, which caused an
estimated $500,000 in damage to
the building at 120 Edinburgh Rd.
S., is still under investigation and
fire officials are still taking
witness statements.
The blaze, which caused an
estimated $500,000 in damage to
the building at 120 Edinburgh Rd.
S., is still under investigation and
fire officials are still taking
witness statements.
Approximately 120 residents of
the building at Edinburgh Road
and Bristol Street stayed at the
Holiday Inn for two nights after
the fire, with others choosing to
stay with family or friends.
/
Arrangements have been made
to accommodate the residents
living in the penthouse where the
fire began because of extensive
damage. All other residents
returned to their homes on Satur-
day.
Arrangements have been made
to accommodate the residents
living in the penthouse where the
fire began because of extensive
damage. All other residents
returned to their homes on Satur-
day.
The father of one of the tenants
told the Mercury last week his son
and a roommate — who were both
working a night shift — awoke in
the late afternoon to find their
apartment on fire and were able
to get out of the unit.
The father of one of the tenants
told authoritieslast [sic] week his son
and a roommate — who were both
working a night shift — awoke in
the late afternoon to find their
apartment on fire and were able
to get out of the unit.
All other residents of the build-
ing were evacuated. Two Guelph Transit
buses were provided for shelter,
but most residents chose instead to
sit on the curb and watch
firefighters, who used a ladder
truck to reach the penthouse.
All other residents of the build-
ing were evacuated. Two transit
buses were provided for shelter,
but mosresidents [sic] chose instead to
sit on the curb and watch
firefighters, who used a ladder
truck to reach the penthouse.
“We are very thankful no one
was seriously injured,” Fire
Chief Shawn Armstrong said in
a news release Tuesday.
/
"It is unfortunate the fire had
such a large impact on the resi-
dents of the building, but inci-
dents like this remind us how
important it is to have working
smoke detectors and a fire safety
plan.
It is unfortunate the fire had
such a large impact on the resi-
dents of the building, but inci-
dents like this remind us how
important it is to have working
smoke detectors and a fire safety
plan. The Red Cross, Victim
"We extend our thanks to all of
the agencies that arrived so
quickly on the scene to support
the victims."
/
The Canadian Red Cross,
Victim Services Wellington Victim
Services Wellington
and the
County of Wellington Social
Services staff were all on scene
quickly to provide assistance.
Services staff were all on scene.
  • The last article is called "City council will re-shape budget"[22] and is based on excerpts from an article by BBC News from February 2010.[29] Note that one segment was moved to a different part of the article for the prop version; it is highlighted in yellow:
ORIGINAL VERSION
SHOW VERSION
US President Barack Obama
unveils 2011 budget plans
City council will
re-shape budget
US President Barack Obama has announced a $3.8tn
/
(£2.4tn) budget plan for
2011, which includes increased spend-
ing for job creation, but cuts in other
areas. He also forecast the US deficit would rise to a
record $1.56tn this year.
The plan for the budget for the
new year includes increased spend-
ing for job creation, but cuts in other
areas. The US deficit will rise to a
record $1.56 trillion this year.
He scrapped plans to send astronauts back to the Moon
and will seek to save $250bn by capping a range of domestic
spending programmes for three years.
/
Congress must approve the budget
for the financial year starting on 1
October for it to take effect.
Congress must approve the budget
for the financial year starting on 27
September for it to take effect.
Mr Obama blamed the huge deficit on
the decisions of President George W Bush, previous Con-
gresses and his administration's moves
to prevent an economic collapse. (…)
They blamed the giant deficit on
the bad decisions of previous Con-
gresses and administration's moves
to prevent an economic collapse.
The budget includes about
$100bn of tax incentives designed to lower double-digit
unemployment, including inducements for companies to
hire workers.
/
So his $3.8tn budget includes more
money for education and scientific research and
more for defence programmes. But
it also looks forward to eliminating
waste and freezing many other
domestic programmes.
The budget will include more
money for scientific research and
more for defence programmes. But
it also looks forward to eliminating
waste and freezing many other
domestic programmes.
/
The budget includes about
[article ends]


  • According to Henry's website, his blog has garnered 240 reviews. It reads:[7]


Never even knew Hyperion Heights existed!!!

Super fresh podcast, dude. Lived the NPR vibe and the slow story burn.
I was hooked right to the end. But now I have to know – who killed Victoria
Belfrey?!? Must. Have. Season. Two. RIGHT NOW. –Jerome S,


Binged the whole thing in one night!!

Started listening to this podcast on my way home. I didn't even realize that I was
still sitting in my driveway an half hour later, mesmerized by your wonderful
podcast. Even though I've never been to Seattle, I feel like I've walked the streets
of Hyperion Heights, plucked a few of Lucy's hyacinths and eaten at Mr. Cluck's
with Jacinda and Sabine. I very much hope this beautiful story continues! – Piper Lou


So many ships, so little time!

So many ships, so little time! Don't usually listen to podcasts, but you sound hot. Like
SERIOUSLY hot. I never cared so much about real estate deals in my life.
The story's pretty good too, but wow. If that whole thing with Jacinda doesn't
work out, I am stopping by Roni's sometime. –Dana H.


Great, but I hate cliffhangers!

Wait, so Victoria Belfrey DIED?! And that's it?! You've got to be kidding me.
I really enjoyed listening but I'm taking one star away for that crazy
cliffhanger. Stories have a beginning, middle, and end. What kind of
ending was that?!? –David G.


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Filming Locations


International Titles


Videos

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  1. Porter, Rick (March 12, 2018). ‘Blue Bloods,’ ‘Agents of SHIELD,’ ‘Taken,’ ‘Confronting Putin’ adjust down: Friday final ratings. TV by the Numbers. “Once Upon a Time (ABC). 0.5/2. 2.22.”
  2. 2.0 2.1 ONCE UPON A TIME: A TASTE OF THE HEIGHTS (3/9). Disney ABC Press (March 5, 2018).
  3. TwitterLogo @OUATSpoilers (OUATSPOILERS) on Twitter (November 7, 2017) (screenshot)
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  5. TwitterLogo @AdamHorowitzLA (Adam Horowitz) on Twitter (November 1, 2017). "Here’s another #OnceUponATime #scripttease — hope to see ya Friday!" (screenshot)
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  8. ONCE UPON A TIME Prop Washington State Journal Belfry (OUAT2094). eBay (January 30, 2019). (Photograph)
  9. Miletich, Steve (November 8, 2017). Seattle police identify suspect after man is set on fire in Fremont area. The Seattle Times.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 ONCE UPON A TIME TV Series Collection of Props with Newspapers. eBay (April 2019). (Photograph)
  11. Needles, Allison (November 6, 2017). Farm in Puyallup Valley will live on under new ownership. The News Tribune.
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  13. File:709IvyEnters.png
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  15. Spegman, Abby (November 7, 2017). What will climate change mean for Mount Rainier's wildflowers?. The Olympian.
  16. Washington State Journal. Newspapers.com. Retrieved on September 15, 2018.
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    Street view of 615 Clarkson Street, which doubles as the backyard where the Rollin' Bayou is parked: 606 Clarkson St New Westminster, British Columbia. Google Maps (June 2016).
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    TwitterLogo @yvrshoots (YVRShoots) on Twitter (November 7, 2017). "#OnceUponaTime spotted near PNE today, filming at skate park." (screenshot)
    FacebookIcon thecrowandI (Canuck and I). November 9, 2017.  "Canuck showed up on the set of "Once Upon A Time" as it has been filming in the neighborhood for the past couple of days. Thanks goes out to the two people that sent these shots of Canuck on set. :-)" (archive copy)
  54. FacebookIcon BlackRookBakehouse (Black Rook Bakehouse). November 17, 2017.  "We're back in business as usual! Keep an eye out for Black Rook Bakehouse in the new season (season 7) of 'Once Upon A Time'. Thank you all for you patience and see you in store." (archive copy)
  55. InstagramIcon mo_co_lee (Lee J. Buckley). April 27, 2018.  "Final touches for hair and make up: Anyone? Lol." (archive copy)
  56. InstagramIcon roseareyn (Rose Reynolds). November 6, 2017.  "Dreaming of breakfast burritos." (archive copy)

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